The Ranch has been a player in the Northeast and at USPA Nationals for many years and continues to be the home of numerous skydiving teams of all disciplines with excellent 4 way competitors from all over the Northeast.
This year, we are pleased to announce that we have several teams in both freefly and RW who won medals at Nationals and who are training to go out there and dazzle the masses once more.
We also have The Ranch Golden Girls, Team Isis, who will be leading the Ranch Freefly League. This is an open league. Click here for more information.
Freefly Pool Coming soon!
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Competition Classes for 4-way
||5 - 6 points
||4 - 5 points
||3 - 4 points
||Whole AAA dive pool
||Whole AA dive pool
||Whole A dive pool
||B, E, M, O|
AAA ClassThis is the current USPA Open/Advanced Class, applying the whole IPC 2005 dive pool and rules.
AA ClassThe AA Class is identical with the current USPA Intermediate Class. This class is the next step for teams and competitors that have mastered the Rookie Class and the A Class. Eight additional blocks (1, 11, 13, 14, 15, 18, 20, 22) without memory and mirror image and a little longer sequence are added to the rules of the A Class.
A ClassThe A Class is the next step up after learning the basics of 4-way competition in the Rookie Class.The A Class applies the following eight blocks for the 2005 season: 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 19, 21. The sequence can be three or four formations long.
Rookie ClassThis is the class for the beginners in the sport. The events of this class are an introduction to Formation Skydiving competition at the grass roots. The rules have now been synchronized between the leagues for the 2005 season. This will fully include the Rookie Class teams in any possible prize giving. Each sequence begins with one of the four exit formations: B, E, M, O.