AAA Class team Bad Boyz went back to outdoor duties shortly after providing the indoor video and took back the AAA Class top position in the Czech Republic. The Relative Team had managed to tie the Bad Boyz at the 2-round weather meet at the end of May, which was a surprise after the results of the indoor meets last winter.
However, the Czech AAA Class competition is now back in perfect order, identical with the rankings at all four indoor meets earlier this year.
The exit from the PAC was the bigger challenge for most of the teams this time, said Jan Klapka. All teams posted scores that were below their previous meet averages.
The first page is still the most important part of any 4way competition jump, and a more challenging exit surely does not make it easier to post great scores. Rookie Class team Prilnave Kombosky still posted a new team record for a single round with a 3-pointer in the team's second competition.
June 29th, 2013 Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Total Avg Rank AAA Class 6,M,G,Q 14,D,B,22 16,13,J E,N,11,3 O,20,15 Total Avg 1 Bad Boys (CZ) 11 8 6 10 9 44 8.8 2 Relative Team (CZ) 8 5 3 8 7 31 6.2 3 Accord (CZ) 7 5 1 7 5 25 5.0 Rank A Class 6,M D,B,G J,Q,F E,N,21 O,9 Total Avg 1 Zoonte (CZ) 5 12 14 10 10 51 10.2 2 Monkeys (CZ) 5 3 5 5 5 23 4.6 Rank Rookie M,K,L D,B,G J,Q,F E,N,A O,D,J Total Avg 1 Prilnave Kombosky (CZ) 1 3 0 1 0 5 1.0
It was also the third time that the Czech team finished on top of the overall leaderboard. Zoonte had much tougher competition at the two previous meet weekends, however, the third 1st place finish in the third meet is impressive.
Zoonte has been switching back and forth between AA and A Class. It was time for the A Class again last weekend, as no other Czech teams had signed up for the AA Class competition, and the Monkeys were back in outdoor action in the A Class. Zoonte gave the Monkeys company in this category. The Monkeys had attended their last meet in June 2012 and are now back in action a year later.