Monday, August 08, 2011

World Jet Masters

Dear All,

It is now 7h50 Sunday morning in Dayton, Ohio. Last night was the closing ceremony and banquet at the USAF Museum.

The results were announced and Dylan Roberts achieved a 4th place overhaul in the 20kg class which I think is a phenomenal achievement. He competed against the 42 top jet pilots in the world after he and his plane was battered by the storm and also dealing with a horrible cold. Well done Dylan we are really proud of you!

With a semi-scale plane Mark managed a 28th place, his flight scores were brilliant but was obviously let down by not scoring a good static score.

Everybody will start traveling back today and tomorrow, so we see you back in South Africa.

Kind Regards,

Marthinus JF Potgieter

Congratulations to Dylan for a job well done under difficult conditions.

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