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Silver medalists at the British Nationals with an 18.5 average

The team remain the second best AAA team in the UK with an 18.5avg after this weekend concludes the competition. It was a tough meet this year as the weather wasn’t as predictable as usual and lots of time on the ground. More teams were challenging for places in the top 5 and several teams either tied or took rounds of the UK champions, Satori. Could this be a new dawn for UK 4way?

It’s been a monumental British Nationals competition, rolling over to the following weekend due to weather. We closed the gap between us and Satori - only 19 points this year compared to 23 last year, dealt well with the start and stop of the competition, maintained our focus despite the weather, kept our cool under pressure from other teams such as Eclipse, Vision, NFTO, and Chimera, and qualified for the 2017 World Cup & European Championships in Saarlouis.

With a change of line-up and 130 jumps we improved our average from 18.3 to 18.5 however that doesn’t really show the progress.

We had a good competition.

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British Nationals 2016  - AAA Silver 18.5 avg

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Joey talking about visualisation and preparation we do before every competition jump.