It is not a big surprise that VFS 4way has its special place in Canada. The three Lemay brothers (Martin, Vincent, Benoit) of the national 4way team Evolution are passionate VFS fans and world class performers. They finished 4th at the Mondial Dubai 2012 with Philippe Thibodeau in the lineup.
4way videographer Jean-Christophe "JC" Ouimet then joined the VFS 4way lineup, and Evolution placed 2nd at the indoor competition Singapore in December 2012.
Evolution did not attend last weekend's competition, and Jean-Christophe Ouimet had the opportunity to join the Drop Outs lineup in VFS 4way. The new NSL-TV videos include the four competition rounds of the Drop Outs.
Para Montreal was the other team in the VFS 4way competition last weekend and had to accept the second place behind the Drop Outs. Para Montreal actually won one round due to a 0-pointer for the Drop Outs in Round 1. Para Montreal had their own 0-pointer in Round 2, and the videos provides the evidence.
June 14th, 2013 Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Total Avg Rank VFS 4way A,N,B,J,10 L,K,7,12 1,19,17 8,H,Q,20 Total Avg 1 Drop Outs (CA) 0 8 10 11 29 7.3 2 Para Montreal (CA) 2 0 7 8 17 4.3
The latest family update from Canada connects the VFS 4way team Para Montreal with last weekend's AAA Class winner Fuzion. Mario Prévost competed with the Para Montreal VFS team, while his daughter Gabrielle Prévost posted the highest Canadian score in the female 4way category.
Mario Prévost works at Parachute Montreal and is also involved with the SkyVenture Montreal wind tunnel. His family has enough opportunities to practice, and last weekend's leaderboards show some of the results.