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The story's headline indicated that Hayabusa Defence won the round with smart engineering, and it was based on the observations by FAI Controller Dr. Rainer "Exi" Hoenle who updated the NSL News with insights from Russia on a regular basis, as after the completion of Round 2: "Belgium's Hayabusa Defence won their 27-pointer highscore by excellent engineering of the sequence."
The impressive comeback in Round 2 can now be viewed on NSL-TV. There were several requests for more details about Hayabusa's "smart engineering", and the NSL News was hoping to get the meet videos soon enough. Hayabusa's videographer Danny Jacobs provided the NSL News with the footage of the competition jumps, thanks to the whole team.
"We already did Round 2 as well, and we timed a 27. We are still waiting for the judges to come back from their lunch break. Black Cat got scored: 24. France are hoping for a 25/26. But these are all speculations, nothing official yet.
Within a few minutes the opening ceremonie of the competition will start. And the 4-way is on a hold until 4:00 pm. We are not sure if we are allowed to jump the next round or if the 8-way competition will start.
Last update on Monday: Hayabusa Defence scored the highest score at a World Cup for a single round in history. The judges scored our jump, and we got a 27. Other teams: France - 26, Russia Black Cat - 24, Russia Sky Panthers - 23, Norway - 21. This makes the next classement for today: France - 47, Hayabusa Defence - 46, Sky Panthers - 46, Black Cat - 44, Norway: - 42.