The AAA Class teams had to master Block 18 (Zircon - Zircon) for the first time in the 12-foot flying chambers of iFLY Seattle, iFLY Orlando and SkyVenture New Hampshire, and the 6-point sequence also brought Block 6 to the AAA Class lineups.
The teams used different techniques to execute Block 18. The Northwest Skydiving League competitors applied a horizontal maneuver, while Ari Perelman and his assistant coaches went vertical at iFLY Orlando, as well as Brian Touhey's AAA Class lineup at SkyVenture New Hampshire. The AAA Class was one of only two categories where the Florida Skydiving League was able to outscore the Northwest in the May competition.
iFLY Seattle - AAA
iFLY Orlando - AAA
|May 2013||AAA Class||AA Class||A Class||Rookie AAA||Rookie AA||Rookie A||Total|
|3||SkyVenture New Hampshire||15||14||19||6(-1)||3(-1)||8||65|
iFLY Seattle - A Class
iFLY Orlando - A Class
|June 2013||AAA Class||AA Class||A Class||Rookie AAA||Rookie AA||Rookie A||Total|
The sequences for the month of June are posted and are coming from SkyVenture New Hampshire this time.