The grandest of all events, became the largest 4-way meet in the world this year.
This year, a record breaking year with a total of 78 teams on the DZ competing in five different leagues, hoping to take the podium slots and walk away with a medal.
Competition was fierce this year at all levels but none more than the Open AAA FS.
With Satori standing down, the playing field was open for a new 2014 champion, and with it the competitors were fired up for big performances.
After one day the scores were extremely close at the top of the AAA table, but as the meet went on Voodoo slowly began to pull away from Vision 99 and Kaizen. Voodoo took the top slot with a 19.5 average, Vision took Silver with 18.5 average and Kaizen took Bronze, losing by only 1 point.
Double A was equally well contested with Phoenix and Equal Pay 4 Women battling hard for first place. In the end, Phoenix continued to pull ahead as time passed, and won the meet by 6 points. Bodyflight Aero took third with a 14.8 average.
In Single A, home team Kintama started strong off the blocks with a one point lead and never looked back. Kintama won the meet with 111 points and a 13.9 average. Bodyflight Fly Wild too bronze with an excellent 11.8 average, and Nobody Expects the Wurst third with 10.9.
In rookie, Naughty Slots, beat perpetual Chaos, and RAFSPA Firefly to gold by just two points, which kept jumpers guessing until the last round.
This year, the Bad Lieutenants were not in attendance and that couple with last years silver medalists QFX going hard on their training gave them the winning formula to take gold with a fantastic 9.3 average. They could be seen providing coaching for Tequilla (who took silver) and Fist 4 Glory (bronze).
All in all a stunning meet for 4-way and a great weekend for everyone involved.
See you next weekend for the 8-way, Artistics and Speed, its not too late to register. Call the DZ on 01652 648837 to register your intent.