Did You Know...... that the Czech Republic already shows great scoring progression?
4-way competition in the Czech Republic
The results of the 15 teams from Denmark (9) and the Czech Republic (6) are already posted, and the complete leaderboard of all events last weekend only misses the scores of the Northern Plains Skydiving League. The six Czechian teams all competed in the AAA/Open Class competition.
April 20 for the first time. Visits of Czechian teams in Florida and their attendance at meets of the Florida Skydiving League this year related to the second season of the league in the Czech Republic and gave good reasons to learn more about the status of its 4-way competition.
League Director Jan Klapka, who is team member of the Bad Boys at the same time, mentioned that he aims at lifting up the quality of 4-way Formation Skydiving competition in his country and offer fun events for his teams. He seems to have achieved both goals already early this year.
National team Sky Service in 2006
The Czechian national 4-way team, Sky Service, posted the only meet average above 10.0 at the last meet in July 2005. Last weekend, two teams posted 10.8 and 10.7 averages after six rounds. Sky Service won the horse race with the Army team Dukla by one single point in the very last round and owns the new 6-round highscore of the Czech Republic.
PB Fire / Zero Team
Three of the teams visited Florida for team and wind tunnel training at SkyVenture Orlando this year, and two of them already had their team names on the SkyVenture Orlando scoreboard at the FSL meets. PB Fire is identical with Team Zero that attended the FSL Shamrock Showdown 2006 in DeLand.
Sky Service with player coach Robert Chromy in 2005
Sky Service also visited Florida for a training camp this year but could not attend any of the meets. Sky Service is the national team of the Czech Republic and will compete at the World Meet 2006 in Germany this year.
Each of these teams has been working with Czech born 4-way coach Robert Chromy at this year's training camps. Robert Chromy was also helping out as a player coach for Sky Service last year. He is currently preparing his next trip to Europe where he will continue his successful work with the Czechian teams.
Army team Dukla
The next league meet in the Czech Republic is scheduled for June 24 and coincides with meets in the neighbouring countries Austria and Germany, and also with the World Meet 2006 qualifyer in Belgium. The NSL has meets scheduled in the Northern Plains, the Midwest and the Blue Sky Ranch on the same weekend.