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The team managed to win the National title and the "European Skydive League" trophy after an exciting and thrilling ending vs Team Thunder.

With 2 points down going into Round 10, we gained 2 points back on thunder and this leaded towards an extra round 11: the Jump-off.

Our more efficient engineering pulled us over the line, but it was breath taking...
What a meet. Big congrats to Thunder for giving us the competition and towards Jeroen who filled in at Roy's slot after his illniss. 
For sure not an easy job, but an unforgettable memorie for all of us.

Big thank you to the Organisation, Federation, Volunteers, Pilots, fellow competitors and spectators.
This is what a meet needs to get a 5* rating.

We are looking forward to next years final.

The Spirit is back home were it belongs: BELGIUM

It took us 5 years for winning our 2nd World Cup and our 3th European Championship.
And you can be sure we've categorized this victory as well deserved.

Our score wasn't the most impressive, but we know we can do better, as our training results prove this.
Next week we will have the finals of the European Skydive League, this time in Belgium (Moorsele) and again we will do our very best to raise our  personal score.

We all want to thank our sponsors and of course our fans for the great cheers we've received, without these this result would have been much harder.

Yesterday Andy and myself did a great interview with the local news reporter (Kristel Bervoets) at a terras of the 
"Bij de Baas" in the centre of Diest.

We discussed our latest trainingcamp and the changement between coach (now Gary Smith).
Also our expectations came on the table, were we would like to do better than our 26,1p average last XP outdoor meet @ DeLand, US. (still our highest average so far)
This might be possible since we've been training a lot on our first 10" of the skydive.

Ofcourse why Skydiving isn't a Olympic discipline and what we thought about the performance of our Belgian Athletes.

Read it (in Flemish)

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