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Did you know that Gary Smith and Chris Talbert discussed NSL Talk topics today?
posted: Jan 5th, 2016 Live NSL Talk in the Coaches Corner has become a regular feature at events when the Sun Path Products NSL News provides live coverage from the competition site. The last Coaches Corner video was recorded during the Clash of Champions 2015 where Solly Williams, Craig Girard, Jeremie Rollett and Mathieu Bernier discussed the situation after the completion of the event. The Coaches Corner turned into the "Talbert WAG Corner" at the World Air Games 2015. Chris Talbert reported as much as possible from and of the events in Dubai, this time without the live NSL Talk video. The feedback and insights... (more)

Did you know that Southern Mix moves up into the AAA/Advanced Class?
posted: Jan 4th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported earlier this year how well prepared several A Class teams came to the Intermediate Class competition of the USPA Nationals 2015 after previously attending meets of the regular season at their home leagues. One of the four A Class teams in the Top 5 of the USPA Intermediate Class rankings was Southern Mix who missed the bronze medals only by one point in the jump-off Round 11. The one point deduction in the extra round avoided a tie-breaking procedure and gave the Air Force team Allegiance the bronze medals. The Southern Skydiving League team had started... (more)

Did you know that the Golden Knights placed higher than any other 4-way Women team in history?
posted: Jan 3rd, 2016 One piece of the World Air Games 2015 aftermath is still missing. The Sun Path Products NSL News has regularly posted a combined AAA Class leaderboard after events where the AAA Class teams, who apply the same FAI/IPC Open Class dive pool and competition sequences, were still separated in different categories. This was once again the case at the World Air Games, where the gender separation caused two different leaderboards, 4-way Open and 4-way Women. To be more correct: It is not really a gender separation, as female 4-way, 8-way and VFS competitors are still members of Open Class lineups (Laurence... (more)

Did you know that the four NSL 4-way categories were introduced in December 2001?
posted: Jan 2nd, 2016 The first news update this year, with the A Class aftermath of the Clash of Champions 2015 on January 1st, included a brief looking back at the origin of the four traditional NSL competition classes. The turn of the year was a good opportunity for the review, as the plans for the completion of the NSL competition structure were also published at the end of the year, precisely at the end of the 2001 season. The NSL News posted an update on December 17th, which introduced the last of the four categories, the Rookie Class. A few adjustments followed after more discussions with the league directors,... (more)

Did you know that the iFLY Seattle team is waiting for the final 2015 scores from iFLY Dallas?
posted: Jan 2nd, 2016 The 2015 season of the Indoor Cloud League was over at the turn of the year, as well, and the new sequences for the first month of the 2016 season are posted. The leaderboard is not complete yet, as the ICL teams still have a few days to submit missing December videos. The teams in the first three places of the 2015 leaderboard (Hurricane Factory - iFLY Orlando - iFLY SF Bay) have confirmed and secured their positions with the December scores. There will be no changes on the top of the 2015 leaderboard. However, iFLY Dallas was only three points ahead of iFLY Seattle (1199 - 1196) at the... (more)

Did you know that all three 4-way leaderboards at the Clash of Champions had unlimited lineup combinations?
posted: Jan 1st, 2016 The A Class competition at the Clash of Champions 2015 was very well attended, with an even higher number of participating teams than in the AA Class (11 - 8). The A Class was introduced by the National Skydiving League in 2002, together with the new Rookie Class. Both categories brought 4-way competition closer to the grass root level of Formation Skydiving competition and made it easier to learn and master the complete FAI/IPC dive pool. The Rookie Class dive pool includes only the 16 random formations (A - Q). The A Class then brings the first eight blocks to the teams who grow out of... (more)

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