Georgia Skydiving League Meet
The first meet of the 2007 Georgia Skydiving League (GSL) took place this past Saturday at Atlanta Skydiving Center. There was a great turnout for the meet with jumpers from all over the state, as well as regulars, competing.
After four rounds of tough competition and a viewing of each team's jumps (video slots were furnished by Atlanta Skydiving Center), the results were in. In the A Class, Adam's Madams (Adam Chamely, Elizabeth Athanas, Polina Wilson, and Laura Yund) came in first place with 15 points followed in second by Mike and a Three-Way (Mike Gruwell, Tyler Lawson, Kathleen Largent, and Jessica Wesnofske) with 9 points. In the AA Class, Black Hawk Down (Svetlana Cherkasova, Val Filatov, Anthony Stone, and Bob Seaman) took the top spot.
Special thanks to Anthony Stone for organizing the meet, Edvaldo Cruz, Shane Migliore, and Doug Lewis for flying video slots, as well as all the participants. GSL events will continue throughout the summer. For more information, contact Anthony Stone at email@example.com.
Armed Forces Day
Come celebrate Armed Forces Day at Atlanta Skydiving Center on Saturday, May 19th. All experienced jumpers with military IDs get $15 lift tickets to 14,000 ft!
Southeastern CPC Update
Round #5 of the Southeastern CPC tour is set to take place this Saturday May 19, 2007 in Deland, Florida. Dan McAlister, Brian Ward and Ryan Clough from Atlanta Skydiving Center will be heading down to Florida for the competition.
The jumpers will participate in six rounds of competition, including two rounds of distance, two rounds of speed, and two rounds of zone accuracy. Good luck to all the competitors, especially the guys from Atlanta Skydiving Center!
The Parachute Place
Chuck Owen has recently taken over the rigging loft at Atlanta Skydiving Center. Bring in your gear for any maintenance, reserve repacks or upgrades. For information or to set up an appointment, contact Chuck at (678) 234-2437.
Finally, congratulations to Junior Ludvik, who recently became a tandem evaluator through United Parachute Technologies (UPT)! According to recent tandem recurrency candidate, Rick Bray, Junior is just as good at grabbing his feet on exit as any first-time tandem jumper.