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Did you know that Fly Definition moved up a level in VFS 4-way?
posted: Nov 16th, 2014 The VFS 4-way part of the first FAI Indoor World Cup was almost as small as the competition in 4-way Women, where only Aerokart Deep Blue and HF Chicks had signed up for the competition. Three teams competed in the newest 4-way Formation Skydiving category at iFLY Austin, and the situation was very similar to 4-way Women. Both events had one world class team that did not have any serious competition (Aerokart Deep Blue - SDC Standard XP), and the second team in the respective event was far behind. Fly Definition from Poland was the second team in VFS 4-way and was in a slightly better situation... (more)

Did you know that three of the original Deep Blue members compete at iFLY Austin?
posted: Nov 15th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 12 November 2014 that the Bad Boys would attend their 12th 4-way competition this weekend, with a good chance to take a top position at the FAI World Cup of Indoor Skydiving 2014. It's not only a top position, the Czech national 4-way team is holding the 1st place in the Open Class after Round 8 and will most likely win the gold medals. The SKYLEAGUE.COM leaderboard shows the Bad Boys only in 2nd place after combining the AAA Class teams of the 4-way Open and 4-way Women categories.... (more)

Did you know that iFLY Orlando added 11 points to the Indoor Cloud League total?
posted: Nov 14th, 2014 The November competition for the top spot of the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard continues while two of the Czech teams (Bad Boys, HF Chicks) compete at the FAI World Cup of Indoor Skydiving 2014 in Austin, Texas. The Bad Boys are in 1st place of eight teams in the Open Class competition after four rounds with a 19.0 average. Aerokart Deep Blue, 4-way Women's world champions of 2010, are scoring significantly higher (22.0) but have their own FAI leaderboatd with two teams. In the meantime, the Florida ICL group met again at iFLY Orlando... (more)

Did you know that Julien Guiho is the best swooping Formation Skydiving competitor this year?
posted: Nov 13th, 2014 The 5th FAI World Canopy Piloting Championships 2014 were recently held at Skydive City in Zephyrhills, Florida. The Sun Path Products NSL News covers almost exclusively Formation Skydiving competition and events, and the swooping meet does not really fit into the SKYLEAGUE.COM territory. However, it would not be the first time at all that Canopy Piloting and Formation Skydiving competition have something in common, and the connection comes with the athletes. Former 4-way world champions Shannon Pilcher, Ian Bobo and Jonathan Tagle (DeLand Fire - 2006) made the news here and there when they... (more)

Did you know that the Bad Boys attend their 12th 2014 meet in Austin this week?
posted: Nov 12th, 2014 The November competition of the Indoor Cloud League is in full swing by now, and the Hurricane Factory in Prague generated its first scores and videos for the six sequences. It is no surprise by now that the Bad Boys outscored iFLY Orlando's and SkyVenture New Hampshire's AAA and AA Class lineups, and the performance of the Czech national 4-way team looks sharp and ready for competition. The Bad Boys have another 10-round competition on the agenda this week, and they seem to be well prepared. A Czech delegation (Bad Boys, HF Chicks) has... (more)

Did you know that the Golden Knights finished the 2014 season on the world's top level in 4-way Women?
posted: Nov 11th, 2014 The duel between France and the USA for gold medals in 4-way Women has been covered by the Sun Path Products NSL News ever since the current Golden Knights lineup came together for the 2011 season. There has been a lot of drama in those battles for the top spot, and the most famous one was probably at the World Cup 2013 when the Deep Blue Defenders and the Golden Knights were still tied after a jump-off round and had to go through the rules book to break the tie. The latest battle took place at the FAI... (more)


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