The NSL News had reported on 14 May 2013 how AAA Class team Raykipo has progressed through the competition classes year by year in a special way. Raykipo was back in action last weekend and added three more rounds to the team's AAA Class experience, including the second sequence of the UKSL 2013 season with a slot switcher.
This time, Raykipo's AA Class rival of 2012, Hyrrokkin, was also on site and placed ahead once again. Both teams have battled it out four times at outdoor meets so far, and Hyrrokkin has had the upper hand every single time. Last weekend it was closer than ever before.
World Challenge 2013
|June 8th, 2013||Round 1||Round 2||Round 3||Total||Avg|
|1||Bodyflight Isis (UK)||15||18||16||49||16.3|
|2||Dynamite Wolf Squadron (UK)||14||19||15||48||16.0|
|5||Finger Puppet Mafia (UK)||9||14||11||34||11.3|
However, the outdoor battles between the two teams have been exciting enough, and they added the closest one ever last weekend. Hyrrokkin won the team's first AAA Class outdoor competition by one single point over Raykipo after three rounds.
AAA Class winner Bodyflight Isis had more competition this time than at the season opener in May. Dynamite Wolf Squadron was much closer to UK's top team in the female category compared to last year (15.7 - 13.5) at the July meet and beat the Isis average (15.7) at this year's May meet. However, Isis was prepared and went up to 16.3 to save the 1st place finish last weekend.
June 8th, 2013 Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total Avg Rank AA Class 19,K,J E,2,L 22,9 Total Avg 1 Anti Gravity Ninja Swans (UK) 11 11 9 31 10.3 2 Taranis (IE) 11 10 7 28 9.3 3 Mental BloX (UK) 9 7 5 21 7.0 4 Fiasco (UK) 1 9 6 16 5.3
All three British teams of last weekend's meet and 4mula competed together in the A Class last year, and Taranis has attended all three meets on UK turf this year in the AA Class, including the World Challenge 2013.
The Anti Gravity Ninja Swans have the top position after two first places at the outdoor meets, and Raykipo was the only UK team ahead at the World Challenge. The AA Class competition in the United Kingdom will be as exciting this year as it was expected to be after the results of the first meet. The NSL News will follow up with details of the A and Rookie Class competition.