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Did You Know...

... that a new Dennis Praet video features NMP-PCH Hayabusa's trip to Brazil?

   
posted Jul 30th, 2011 - The NSL News has featured video clips made by NMP-PCH Hayabusa member Dennis Praet in previous stories. The young Hayabusa Point showed his editing talent on NSL TV the first time after the Dubai Championship 2011. The story on 13 January 2011 included a video clip of Hayabusa's Dubai experience. The next piece provided footage of Hayabusa's visit at the Aerokart Indoor Championship 2011.

Dennis Praet once again took the time to put together a new clip that features the recent Hayabusa trip to Brazil. The NSL News reported that the Belgian team won with a new 36.0 record average. Germany won the silver medals after a tie breaking procedure over the Golden Knights.

The video shows much more than only the competition jumps. In fact, there are only pieces of freefall action showing Hayabusa's breath taking CISM speed. Dennis Praet may not want to discourage the other 4way teams at the World Cup 2011 too much, and he entertains the audience with the story of the whole trip.


   
Dennis Praet and Andy Grauwels at the Copacabana in Rio    
The Belgians arrived in Saarlouis today. There was cloudy weather in this part of Germany, as well, but Hayabusa did not plan to jump today as the team needed a rest due the long trip and some health issues. They expect good jumping weather tomorrow and have a few training jumps on the agenda.

The NSL News audience sees NMP-PCH Hayabusa as the top contender for the gold medals so far. The NSL News evaluated the situation at the top of the 4-way world for Blue Skies Mag after the World Challenge 2011, as the story on 17 May 2011 explained.

Is it still the same? Arizona Airspeed is not a part of the competition next week. The battle for the top spot will take place between Hayabusa and the French national team Aerodyne Aerokart. Russia's Sky Panthers Barkli are in the underdog position and could interfere. However, Hayabusa's position has surely not weakened after the CISM Championship 2011...

World Cup 2011 - 4way Open

Who is going to win?

France (Aerodyne Aerokart)
Belgium (NMP-PCH Hayabusa)
Russia (Sky Panthers Barkli)
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