Did You Know...... that the Rookie Class competition has become a major factor of the Carolina Skydiving League?
CASL Rookie Class team Fast Fockers
Fast Fockers and Luckiest Guy in Raeford switched their positions once again after the four rounds at Carolina Sky Sports last weekend. Fast Fockers had won the first meet of the season in April over Luckiest Guy, and the Raeford team took the first place in the Rookie Class competition of the second CASL meet in May.
CASL Rookie Class team Luckiest Guy in Raeford
CASL team PFFFFFT has not been able to keep the pace with Fast Fockers and Luckiest Guy at this year's CASL meets to date. However, meet by meet PFFFFFT has carefully improved the scoring average and moved closer to the two CASL Rookie Class leaders. Only a 0-pointer in the first round last weekend prevented PFFFFFT from finally catching up with Luckiest Guy in second place.
CASL Rookie Class team PFFFFT
Carolina Ice represented the Carolina Skydiving League in the AAA/Open FAI Class and improved the team's meet average from 10.5 in May to 11.7 last weekend. This result placed the CASL team in the middle of the international AAA Class leaderboard.
CASL Rookie Class team 4-way Virgins
CASL Director Randy Garman was the event judge and put the event management in the hands of Dan Winkelstein. He reported that the meet ran smoothly and was finished with enough time for the competitors to make a fun jump after the award ceremony.
Golden Knights videographer Larry Miller jumped all four rounds with PFFFFFT and filmed the last two rounds for Carolina Ice, as well. He won won the CASL award for the best meet videos. His team mates were busy filling in for the Army's Demo Team's duties and missed another CASL meet. Team captain Brian Krause thinks that his team will be able to compete at the USPA Nationals without problems, and he also hopes to compete as a guest team at the NSL Championship 2006.