Did you know that the most experienced A Class team finished on top of last weekend's leaderboard?
posted: Jun 26th, 2015 Last weekend's A Class competition was not as clearly dominated by US teams as it was in the AA Class. The teams in the Top 4 positions competed at four different locations: Northwest (USA) - Netheravon (United Kingdom) - Florida (USA) - Tomscat (Netherlands).
The final rankings on the overall leaderboard were determined after four rounds, as well as in the AA Class, where teams in Florida were stopped after Round 4. There were several moves on the leaderboard, and GravitonZ had the biggest one up the rankings, from 6th to 3rd place.
The A Class winner, Northwest Skydiving League team Fun... (more)
Did you know that the league's indoor and outdoor activities in the Northwest are mutually beneficial?
posted: Jun 25th, 2015 The international teams dominated the overall AAA Class leaderboard last weekend, while the situation was the opposite in the AA Class.
Four US teams from three different leagues outscored all AA Class teams from the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. A few adjustments of the leaderboard were necessary to determine the final rankings, which are based on the total number of points after Round 4, as DeLand Flashpoint was one of the victims of the Florida summer weather pattern.
Two Midwest Skydiving League teams took the top of the leaderboard before and after the adjustments. SDC Jetstream... (more)
Did you know that China's national 4-way team is in 2nd place of the AAA Class leaderboard?
posted: Jun 24th, 2015 Last weekend's leaderboard is the largest one of the 2015 season, disregarding the indoor scores of the World Challenge 2015. 61 teams used the same competition draw, and the A Class had the highest participation with 19 teams.
The Sun Path Products NSL News still goes back one more time to the AAA Class competition, where the meet videos of winner Thunder ISR are the highlight of the coverage.
Nine AAA Class teams completed between four (Florida) and ten... (more)
Did you know that SDC Rhythm XP and Evolution are on the 24-pointer level of the "4-way Indoor Elite Club"?
posted: Jun 23rd, 2015 The most likely answer to the last poll question was also the correct one: NMP-PCH Hayabusa has posted the highest indoor meet average in history. The next question would be where and when the Belgian 4-way world champions finished a 10-round indoor competition with the record average, and the Sun Path Products NSL News will answer this question very soon.
The story on June 19th introduced the teams on the first level of the new "4-way Indoor Elite Club", with only 23-pointers and higher at a 10-round indoor competition. Pas... (more)
Did you know that iFLY Orlando stole a highscore from SkyVenture Montreal last Thursday?
posted: Jun 23rd, 2015 Florida's Indoor Cloud League team came back to iFLY Orlando last Thursday for the next attempt to improve the scores that the first team had posted on June 6th.
It was a successful effort, as last Thursday's team added a total of 19 points to iFLY Orlando's ICL account. The RR Class lineup (Amer Kassas, Mark Messersmith, Leslie Eggenberger, with player coach Bob Byrne) even managed to outscore SkyVenture Montreal's lineup in the same category and take the highscore.
SkyVenture Montreal... (more)
Did you know that the Thunder ISR meet videos come along with scores from the United Kingdom?
posted: Jun 22nd, 2015 NSL-TV follows up on yesterday's Tomscat Trophy story from the Netherlands with the competition videos of Thunder ISR. The SKYLEAGUE.COM audience has once again the opportunity to see the best amateur team in the world in action.
The video clip includes the sequence and performance of Round 5, which denied Thunder ISR the entry to the "4-way Outdoor Elite Club" at this point in time. However, team member Paul Hofstee said that the club membership is on the Thunder list of goals: "We are ready for it..."
In the meantime, the British 4-way teams have added their scores to all four categories... (more)