Okay, okay -- I promised a few people that I'd have the
results posted here, but I done dropped the ball and forgot
to print out score sheets for myself before I packed up the
scoring processor and headed for home. Sorry, you'll have to
settle for a few casual observations.
There were about 10
4-way teams here yesterday; Airspeed was jumping, but not
with the lineup that they'll have when they're all healthy.
They dominated the field anyway. The Golden Knights were
also competing, and they looked pretty sharp for what
amounts to a new team (John Hoover returns with three mostly
new faces). I didn't see much of the jumps as I was chasing
Ryan around and
catching up with people I haven't seen in a long time.
Today was 8-way and I got to push buttons (judge). Three
intermediate teams and two open teams. Airspeed 8 was
jumping with two stand-ins and still looked great. They will
be going to Croatia for the world meet this year. The other
open team team was composed of two 4-way teams coached by (I
hope I have this right) Mark Kirkby and Gary Beyer. They
looked very good.
Sorry that's all. But now on to the IMPORTANT stuff.
After two years of getting my
ticker fixed and
my shoulder whacked, I'm going to start jumping again next
month and I CAN'T WAIT!
Tim "T2" Wagner