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Did You Know...

... that the Aerodyne French Girls are waiting for the sun?

   
    Best engineering: Barkli after Round 1
posted Aug 14th, 2013 - The games have begun in Banja Luka, and the first scores are posted.

The Sun Path Products NSL News start at the beginning, which is the boarding area in the morning. The teams took off in the order of the rankings at the Mondial Dubai 2012 and on scheduled time at 8 am.

Gary Smith was with NMP-PCH Hayabusa in the boarding area, and he had a few minutes before he continued with the other two teams that he helps at the World Cup 2013, Whooops (Netherlands) and Hexagon (Sweden).

The NSL Reality TV camera then captured the three top contenders in the landing area after Round 1 before meeting Joey Jones and again Gary Smith in the packing tent. They commented the jumps that were already shown on the Omniskore screen and the running one.BORDER=0 height=64 width=630


   
Wet surprise in the morning: Aerodyne French Girls    
Gary Smith and Joey Jones agreed that Russia's national team Barkli had the best engineering for Round 1, and Barkli ended up only one single point behind Hayabusa at the meet opener. NSL-TV will follow up as soon as possible with a few videos of the top teams.

The completion of Round 1 in 4way Women will take a little while. The French world champions had a rude awakening when they came to the dropzone this morning. They had stored their whole equipment in the hangar overnight. A very strong rainstorm hit Banja Luka late at night and was too strong for the roof of the hangar.

The whole French equipment was soaking wet in the morning and not secure enough to get in the air. The Aerodyne French Girls could only watch the Golden Knights start with a 22-pointer, which was the third highest score of all 4way teams. France will follow up as soon as there was enough sun to dry out the equipment...

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