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Block 8 (Canadian T - Canadian T) was drawn as the substitute block and is a slow block for any team in any competition class. As a result of this situation, the teams in the AAA/Open Class had a 5-point sequence with two of the faster blocks (9-P-5) and memory or mirror image, while the AA/Intermediate Class teams had a slower 5-point sequence (9-P-8) that went back to the original top of the page.
FSC Wind Damaged was the only team that competed in the AA/Intermediate Class that weekend since no other league had scheduled a competition on the same date. It was interesting to see that the slower sequence did not stop the Lake Wales home team from posting the highest score of the meet, as well.
FSC 2005 members Mike Green (Center Outside), Joel Kmetz (Center Inside) and Martin McKerrell (Point) began looking for a full member at the end of the 2005 season after a few years with player coach Bruce Robertson. They found Mario Luppa who has filled the tail slot in the first two meets of the 2006 season and seems to fit well for the team.
FSC Wind Damaged also recruited a new team videographer, and Jerry Whitledge filmed the team for the first time at the April meet in Lake Wales. He received some valuable feedback during the meet from event judge Pete Allum that he will be able to use for his team engagement.
All three Florida Skydiving League 2005 champion teams competed at the April meet in Lake Wales. FSC Wind Damaged was the winner of the AA/Intermediate Class in Florida, Teiwaz represented the FSL in the AAA/Open Class at SkyQuest 2005, and ZT Mal4mations competed under the name Zero Tolerance Miami in 2005.
The team from Skydive Miami decided to change the name for the 2006 season, and Zero Tolerance (ZT) still remains in the new team name in memory of previous years and line-ups. The new team name must have a serious origin since ZT Mal4mations came up with its own version of the Random Formation P (Side Body) in round three. The team members don't take the scores too serious and accepted the point deduction as an honor to the new team name. However, they also insisted that this mal-formation was not planned in advance...