posted May 4th, 2006 -
The results of round six at the Florida Skydiving League's April meet
did not change anything in Lake Wales anymore. The AAA/Open Class teams had already settled in their positions, and the last round of the meet only confirmed the final outcome.
The British Army team, DeLand Brits, added a 15-pointer to the scoreboard and finished the 6-round meet with a 16.0 average. Aaron Faith (Tail), Dane Kenny (Center Outside), Al Macartney (Point), David Tylor (Center Inside) and Spencer Hogg (Camera) won or tied the highscore in each of the six rounds.
Bad Boys from the Czech Republic
The British 4-way national team of 2006 will now focus on the World Meet 2006. There are three 4-way events scheduled in the United Kingdom as a part of the European Skydiving League, and the Army team might use some of them for more competition practise before traveling to Germany.
Teiwaz Lake Wales ended up three points ahead of Punky Guppy with a 14.8 average. Both teams were happy with the results after a tight competition. The Bad Boys from the Czech Republic finished with a 6.0 average and took home great additional competition experiences. The league season in the Czech Republic begins on May 27.
The AA/Intermediate Class and A Class teams had the same sequence for the first time in the last round of the meet in Lake Wales (7-4). The scores were also in the order of the rankings after five rounds. FSC Wind Damaged finished the 6-round meet with an 8.2 average. Skydive City won the second A Class showdown with ZT Mal4mations with a 6.7 average.
Round six completes the NSL-TV coverage of the FSL April competition in Lake Wales. All rounds of this event can still be reviewed on the meet's special NSL-TV page. The next FSL meet is scheduled for May 20 at Skydive City.