Did you know that a new Florida Indoor Cloud League competitor has 4-way blood in the family?
posted: Sep 19th, 2015 Lori Connor's group of Northern California Skydiving League competitors and tunnel flyers was the first one this month to submit scores and videos for the September sequences of the Indoor Cloud League competition at iFLY SF Bay.
Her ICL team is only 54 points behind iFLY Orlando for the whole year (1005 - 951), and there are still four months to go, including September. She added a total of 97 points to the iFLY SF Bay account for September last Thursday.
It was coincidence that the Florida group had scheduled the first ICL September event for the same day at iFLY Orlando, and both groups... (more)
Did you know that Satori XL will reach out for a slot in the finals at the Mondial 2016?
posted: Sep 18th, 2015 The aftermath of the FAI World Cup 2015 is far from over, however, it is also time to catch up with other events and topics that have been put aside for a while. The UK Nationals 2015 are one of these events, even though a few earlier stories provided some information on the meet weekend.
The Sun Path Products NSL News now follows up with the InTime videos of Satori XL's ten competition rounds, which are showing the British 4-way champion with the new lineup in meet action for the first time.
Satori's comeback at this year's national championships was not a surprise any longer, as the Sun... (more)
Did you know that Rookie Class competitors are creating 4-way momentum?
posted: Sep 17th, 2015 I have heard it so many times in the last two decades: 4-way is dead. New skydivers turn to the dark side. There is no future in 4-way competition. Yeah, right...
Did you know the largest skydiving competition in the world is a 4-way event? Yup, it's the annual World Challenge at Bodyflight Bedford. Did you know that the World Challenge has grown every single year since the inaugural event in 2006? 12 teams competed then, and 88 this year. And I am talking about belly flying, not VFS or Dynamic or other modern ways of doing 4-way.
Did you know that traditional 4-way competition is by far... (more)
Did you know that the Fun Flag seems to be in Austria after the FAI World Cup 2015?
posted: Sep 16th, 2015 The last Fun Flag update from the FAI World Cup 2015 brought the Sun Path Products NSL News into new territory of the event coverage.
The first update on September 7th mentioned that the French Freefly team Solaris (Loic Perrouin, Pierre Rabuel) had the Fun Flag at the beginning of the event.
Possession changed a few times, and the Fun Flag went once again through a few interesting adventures after its latest travel to the Netherlands.
Speed Skydiving competitor Moritz Friess was involved in the adventures for a little while and provided the Sun Path Products NSL News with a live update... (more)
Did you know that the French Girls completed their first 10-round meet in Teuge?
posted: Sep 15th, 2015 The competition videos of the French Girls are completing the NSL-TV coverage of the three winners in the traditional Formation Skydiving events at the FAI World Cup 2015.
The new lineup of the French national team in 4-way Women attended the third outdoor competition this year and posted an impressive 21.3 average for the Golden Knights after the ten rounds in Teuge. The new French Girls had started with a 19.9 average after eight rounds at the Coupe de France event in July. The French Nationals 2015 were over after four rounds and a 20.3 average.
The World Cup 2015 was the first 10-round... (more)
Did you know that NSL-TV features eye candy for the 8-way fans?
posted: Sep 14th, 2015 Today's Sun Path Products NSL News update is a part of the FAI World Cup 2015 aftermath and includes eye candy for the 8-way fans.
There was just as little competition for the French 8-way team as there was for NMP-PCH Hayabusa in 4-way Open and the French Girls in 4-way Women. The World Cup was more like a better training opportunity for the winners in these three categories.
It was supposed to be a different situation, as the Golden Knights would have given the French teams more than enough competition in their events. However, it became clear a few weeks before the start of the competition... (more)
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