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Did You Know...

... that the Fun Flag had a rough trip to Bedford?

   
    Fun Flag evidence: Baggage inspection form
posted Apr 5th, 2013 - The audience has probably noticed by now that the Fun Flag has made it to Bodyflight Bedford. It came from Canada where Evolution had taken it to after the Mondial 2012 in Dubai.

It was no easy transition. Katie Woods reported yesterday that the flag got lost at customs and immigration. She even provided evidence for the very strange incident at the US/Canadian border and brought the original "Notification of Checked Baggage Inspection" issued by the Canadian Air Transport Security Transport.

The agency tried to "protect you and your fellow passengers, and in accordance with Canadian security regulations, the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) is required to inspect checked baggage..." The baggage was opened, and the Fun Flag was taken away. For the security of the fellow passengers. Yes, there have been tough battles for the possession of the Fun Flag in the past. Maybe the agency knew too much about the Fun Flag...


   
Catching up inch by inch: XL    
However, the Fun Flag was lost and then found, and it is flying at Bodyflight Bedford. Where? Paul Mayer seems to know, and the screens are showing it still with Evolution.

The videos of Round 4 are uploaded, and the Round 5 videos will follow very soon. NMP-PCH Hayabusa shifted into the next gear up in Round 4 and ran away from Evolution. They looked just as sharp in Round 5 and will increase the lead.

XL is catching up, inch by inch, round by round. Aerokart Deep Blue gave away a point in Round 4 after a point deduction and allowed the British teams to get closer. Both teams from Finland added highscores in Round 4 and are running far away from the field in their categories. Kalle Pohjola is standing at a 38.3 average after Round 4...

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