The 33-pointer for the AAA Class sequence (L,C,6,9) left the other AAA Class lineups simply in the dust and was the major contribution to the iFLY SF Bay account for the month of July. iFLY SF Bay is currently in 1st place, one point ahead of the Florida Skydiving League group at iFLY Orlando.
The NCSL group also claimed another highscore for the Rookie AAA Class sequence (L,J,F) where Ekaterina Alekseenko, Tony Biasotti, Ian Pedowitz and Baat Enosh posted a 21-pointer after one point deduction.
July 2014 AAA Class AA Class A Class Rookie AAA Rookie AA Rookie A Total Rank Teams L,J,6,9 L,J,F,6 6,9 L,J,F M,L,J M,L Total 1 iFLY SF Bay (US) 33 19 13 21(-1) 16 21 123 2 iFLY Orlando (US) 21 25 17 18 19 22 122 3 Skydive Arena (CZ) 24 31 17 - - - 72
It is not really so shocking that Rob Radez or Don Burnette are posting a score on world class level, as both have trained and competed with high-profile teams before. The performance is so impressive since the NCSL AAA Class lineup was more or less a pickup team for the Tunnel Kicker night.
Rob Radez and Don Burnette have been helping the NCSL group at previous Indoor Cloud League events at iFLY SF Bay and know each other well. Alan Lo and Baat Enosh also know each other better than other ICL participants.
Exceed competed in the AAA/Advanced Class competition at the USPA Nationals 2004 and had a 14.7 average on the leaderboard after Round 7. The team was then disqualified due to the lack of eligibility. The AAA/Advanced Class winner finished with a 13+ average in 2004...
Baat Enosh continued with Animal Unleashed (Flemming Andersen, Samer Haija, William Morrison, Baat Enosh, George Katsoulis on camera) in 4-way and Perris Moxie in 8-way. Now she supports the NCSL indoor group and contributes greatly to the iFLY SF Bay's ICL account - with 54 points out of two categories...