Did You Know...... that Dutch team Whooops was the last Shamrock team leaving DeLand?
Whooops at the Shamrock Showdown 2011
The NSL News used the opportunity to invite the four Whooops 2011 members to an NSL Talk before they gave their coach Gary Smith a ride to the Orlando airport and their own departure in the evening. The Whooops competition jumps are coming along with the video of the conversation.
The Netherlands have a wide open slot for the new national 4-way team when Dynamic Fource stepped back after the World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2010. Whooops is one of the teams that will be in contention for the national title and the status as the new Dutch national 4-way team.
Working with coach Gary Smith after the opening ceremony
In Deland last weekend, the Dutch team tried to keep up with the new national team from Denmark, Bodyflight Voluntas, and SonicNutz from the United Kingdom. Both teams could be Whooops competition at the World Meet 2012 in Dubai.
NSL Talk with Team Whooops
The Whooops members expect the toughest opposition in the Netherlands this year from last year's AAA Class rival Ignition and possibly from AA Class team Creeps who will step up into the AAA Class this year.
Many teams in the Netherlands work with DeLand Majik and DeLand Fire 4-way world champion Gary Smith as the coach who now lives on the Dutch island of Texel. Ignition also has a different coach. Dynamic Fource member Erwin van den Braak is working with Ignition and knows all the tricks that Gary Smith is teaching, as Gary Smith was also coaching Dynamic Fource. It will be an interesting year in the Netherlands, and the NSL News will follow the race for the 4-way title.