supported by:
Vigil Logo


226 Pecan Street
Deland FL 32724
tel: (386) 801-0804

© 2003 - 2020
All Rights Reserved

supported by:
In Time Scoring

Valid HTML Valid CSS!

Did You Know...

... that NSL-TV features Arizona Airspeed vs. Aerodyne Cypres Maubeuge?

Round 8: an Airspeed round
posted Aug 4th, 2010 - Arizona Airspeed likes to come from behind, and they proved this point once again. The problem is now that the defending world champion is not behind any longer. It is an incredible race with the French challengers that sees both teams tied after 211 scoring formations.

Aerodyne Cypres Maubeuge was only less than an inch away from the 25th point. However, Airspeed had the better jump, which was expected by the 4-way experts on the competition site.

The two top contenders of 2008 and 2010 are tied in 1st place now. The Sky Panthers defended the bronze medal position, and NMP-PCH Hayabusa has to try taking advantage of the upcoming fast sequence of Round 9. Hayabusa is the bronze medalist of 2008.

Into the semifinals: Finland's Pro Team
The regular meet is over now for the Open Class teams. Ten teams will advance into the semifinals and perform Round 9. The Pro Team from Finland made it into the Top 10 and wins the unofficial Scandinavian Championship at the same time.

Bodyflight Voluntas was the strongest opponent and ended up four points short of the slot in the semifinals.

The race for the unofficial title of the best amateur team in the world is still open, at least for one more round. However, Germany's national team Paratec-Saar is so far ahead of the Dutch Dynamic Fource and Finland's Pro Team that this race seems to be over, too.

Last not least, Aerokart Deep Blue increased the lead over Sinapsi to five points for the virtual 6th place in the Open Class competition and the slot in the finals.

comments / feedback
Previous Article | Next Article