Rivalry in the final round of worlds’ one of the wealthiest indoor tunnel flying events begins on Saturday 28 November. 2015.
It is managed under the benefaction of Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, who is a Crown Prince of Dubai, the $200,000 Clash of Champions has successfully fascinated the world famous sky divers along with the UAE-based flyers sharing their own against the cream of the sport.
The UAE possibly will be fighting fit to be set for a ‘Dubai Double’ with the brilliant brother and sister grouping of Noah and Kayleigh Wittenburg – with ages of just nine and eleven years respectively, The duo is storming in front of the nineteen opposition teams in a dynamic 2 way class.
Challenging as Mini Maktoum, the young people have charmed the audience and astonished their older competitors with some out of the world practices that have pushed them to the top of the leader board on 122 points, five points ahead of HF Ravens from the Czech Republic (117 points) and 13 points ahead of Team Firefly (Singapore) and Windoor (Spain) with an amazing two rounds to be upcoming in the future.
In the meantime, the clash royals among Belgium’s HayaBusa and Airspeed Arizona of the USA will go accurate to the wire with a simple two points unscrambling two of the world’s supreme indoor sky diving teams battling at the 2015 Clash of Champions being staged at In-flight Dubai as one of the main events in Dubai in the year 2015- 2016
After eight of ten rounds in the blue riband AAA 4-Way Formation Skydiving group, the Belgians go ahead on 247 points with Arizona Airspeed right on their tails on 245, in spite of leading after the early few rounds. Eight points adrift in third is the French foursome of Weembi Lille.
HayaBusa’s David and Andy Grauwels, Jeroen Nollet and Dennis Praet started as among hot favourites but till now they cannot manage to pay for a drop in any points over the final two rounds against the challenge of their American rivals. In the competition of the world’s largest tunnel for indoor flying events, the two have traded punches for eight rounds with HayaBusa winning four rounds to Airspeed’s three with one drawn.
In Dynamic 4-Way, the French flyers from Windoor Warriors lead by just three points from the Inflight Dubai Skynamic team of Simon Whittle, Dani Roman, Ryan Dudderidge and Mathew Munting who are performing heroics in their own tunnel.
“Our speed has been very good although I believe we are being judged harshly in the free routine but we’ll push on,” said Munting.
“This is only our third competition but we work and live together like brothers. We only feel the pressure we put on ourselves – we are trying to represent ourselves because we know we have the support of Inflight Dubai and the supporters.”
In the AAA 8-Way Formation Skydiving, as expected it is America’s multi-world championship winning Golden Knights who lead the way with 191 points well ahead of France Weembi (162) and the TO RUSSIA WITH LOVEn team Tanay (154).
Elsewhere, Hurricane Factory Chicks from the Czech Republic lead in AA 4-Way Formation Skydiving on 144 points with Flyspot Chicks of Poland in second (139) and the UAE’s Assar Girls tied for third with Aerokart AK Demie of France on 138 points.
In the final 4-Way Formation Skydiving category for A-ranked flyers, Flying Circus (159 points) from the Czech Republic enjoy a 17-point lead over the Italian team Amnesya on 142 with SkyBlockers from Singapore holding third place on 132.
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