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Did you know that the A Class teams also battled for bronze medals in Roosendaal?
posted: Nov 28th, 2018 The situation on the top level of the A Class leaderboard at the ISR Grand Prix 2018 was very similar to the AAA and AA Class. Each of the two top teams in the gold and silver medal positions had secured the finishing positions without a serious challenge for the winners, while several teams battled for the bronze medals. A Class winner MAD Team from Poland could be expected to be one of the top contenders, after posting a 23.8 average at the 5th Flyspot Polish Open in September. MAD Team had spent the 2017 indoor season in Poland's Rookie Class competition and finished off the first year in... (more)
Did you know that Jazz Republic are approaching the South African top level?
posted: Nov 28th, 2018 The NSL Power Rankings of the ISR Grand Prix 2018 projected only one final placement of the Top 6 correctly. ISR FireFlash defeated HF eX3MO easily with the help of substitute Jacco van Eerden, and the battle of the next four teams for the best placements behind the two top teams and the bronze medals turned out differently. HF Flying Circus took the bronze medals after a strong showing and with a new team record average, while the three other teams in the same battle finished in an unexpected order. Out of the Blue and Jazz Republic all posted team record averages, as well, while Jetmax did... (more)
Did you know that the HF Cubs seem to be moving closer to the 4-way Junior top level?
posted: Nov 26th, 2018 HF Cubs, the all-female 4-way Junior team from the Czech Republic, who recently won the bronze medals at the FAI Indoor World Cup, were not expected to face any serious opposition in the AA Class competition of the ISR Grand Prix 2018. The three best 4-way Junior teams in the world (Air Devils from Canada, Aerokart Ak'demie from France, HF Cubs) are also far ahead of all other AA Class teams who have posted indoor scores in this category in 2018. Dive pools and sequences are identical between the official FAI 4-way Junior event and the AA Class of the four NSL categories. The competition... (more)
Did you know that HF Flying Circus and Out of the Blue battled for bronze medals with new record averages?
posted: Nov 26th, 2018 The 8-round AAA Class competition at the ISR Grand Prix 2018 turned out slightly different than it was expected, according to the NSL Power Rankings. HF eX3MO from Italy was not able to challenge home team ISR FireFlash seriously, while taking the silver medals easily. The Dutch substitute for the Belgian team, former Thunder ISR member Jacco van Eerden, filled the tail slot like he had never taken a break from top 4-way competition, and FireFlash finished very close to the team's best scoring level with the 26.8 average. ISR FireFlash had posted a higher meet average (27.3) with the complete... (more)
Did you know that there will be tight battles for medal positions in Roosendaal?
posted: Nov 24th, 2018 It is time for the last high-profile indoor competition of the year, the ISR Grand Prix in Roosendaal, Netherlands, where a total of 49 teams will post their scores on the leaderboards of the four traditional NSL categories. Three of the defending champions are back this year, and two teams will be new champions in the A Class and the Rookie Class. One Shot from Italy is not back to defend the Rookie Class title, and Ayro has moved up into the AA Class competition. 4-way Junior team HF Cubs will probably defend the AA Class title, while ISR FireFlash is in a much more challenging situation... (more)
Did you know that ten Czech female 4-way competitors placed right behind Arizona FM?
posted: Nov 23rd, 2018 The NSL News update after the first part of the NSL Ultimate 4-way Championship 2018 at iFLY Tampa mentioned that the Czech 4-way teams used the same competition draw for their first meet of the 2018/2019 winter season. Arizona FM won the AAA Class competition of the NSL Indoor Championship with their complete lineup, after Niklas Hemlin had helped out at the indoor team's last meet in June. Arizona FM's lineup with Airspeed members Mikhail Markine and Ari Perelman was followed by three Czech teams and Slovakia's Skydive University team on the AAA Class leaderboard, tied by the next team from... (more)
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