Dec 6, 2010, 4:28 PM
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Fury Project 4 way team
The Perris Fury Project is building another 4-way team.
Perris Fury has now completed their 4-way team with the addition of Todd Hawkins. In order to continue growing the project, they are looking at putting together a second team with the goal of competing at a high level in the open category. In addition to competing and working with Perris Fury, the new team members will continue to grow the sport of formation skydiving through coaching, organizing and putting together even more exciting FS events at Skydive Perris.
Both Flemming Andersen and Kristina Peterson just moved to Perris to become part of the project and are looking for two more people who want to take on the challenge of training hard and becoming immersed in the world of relative work. The Fury team-building event over Thanksgiving weekend gave Flemming and Kristina the opportunity to jump with some perspective teammates.
Flemming Andersen has been part of the Danish National 4-way Team Project for four years, most recently on the team Bodyflight Voluntas that competed at the World Meet in 2010 in Menzelinsk Russia. He will continue on the Danish national 4-way team and has put together an 8-way team to compete for Denmark at the World Meet in 2011. Bodyflight Voluntas and the 8-way team has a very light training schedule for the year 2011 so Flemming will have plenty of time to train on this new Perris 4-way team.
Kristina Peterson has been competing in 4-way for 10 years. In 2006 she competed at the World Meet in Gera Germany with Elsinore Select the US 4-way FS female team. In 2008 and 2009 she was inside center for Sebastian Tempest which was one of the top amateur 4-way teams in the US. In 2010 she was the player coach for the intermediate team Deland Dunamis and a member of Perris Moxie 8-way team which was the highest scoring amateur 8-way team at the 2010 US Nationals. She will continue as a member of Perris Moxie in 2011 in addition to the new 4-way team in Perris.
This new team will be a guest team at the USPA Nationals in 2011 so the nationalities of these two people do not matter.
Perris Fury and P3 (Perris Performance Plus) have done a great job over the last five years of building interest in relative work and creating opportunities for skydivers of all levels to learn, progress and compete. These projects continue to grow so there is an increased need for additional qualified coaches and organizers.
Anyone interested in being part of the 4-way team or in upcoming events at Skydive Perris please contact Kristina at email@example.com