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Did you know that NeVa FSZ Saar's 8-year recipe is great team dynamics?
posted: Sep 3rd, 2015 Today's live update from the German Nationals 2015 features one of the teams that did not finish in the medal rankings. In fact, Neva FSZ Saar, one of the several home teams in Saarlouis, finished in the most undesirable position - right behind the medal winners. It did not bother the NeVa members at all though, as they did not expect to be in the medal positions. A 5th place was the team's best finish at national championships so far, which happened at last year's event, after two 6th places in 2012 and 2013. This year's 4th place is the best result and also came together with the best meet... (more)

Did you know that It is a technically challenging competition draw in Germany?
posted: Sep 2nd, 2015 Solly Williams and Luc Verstrepen wrapped up the second meet day at the German Nationals 2015 with a summary of the 4-way action and a new COACHES CORNER video clip. National team Airbus Illertissen picked up the pace at the faster sequences after Round 3, while FSC Remscheid's 4-way veterans were hoping to begin catching up with AtomiX, a young 4-way team of a newer generation in Germany. It did not happen, and AtomiX eventually extended the lead in the battle for the silver medals to six points. Both teams completed approx. 200 training jumps this year, AtomiX with coach Luc Verstrepen... (more)

Did you know that Tuesday's updates are bad news for the sport?
posted: Sep 2nd, 2015 The next NSL TV Reality clip live from the German Nationals 2015 is including bad and sad news, which are not directly related to the event at FSZ Saar. In fact, only Golden Knights coach Solly Williams is directly effected by the latest FAI World Cup 2015 update. The Golden Knights will not compete in Teuge next week, neither in 4-way Women nor in 8-way. The Sun Path Products NSL News was on a DZ Tour this morning and captured different scenes after the morning fog was eventually blown and burned away and the competition continued. Solly Williams had a few minutes to explain that he was... (more)

Did you know that the German Nationals promise exciting competition after Round 1?
posted: Sep 1st, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News is moving operations to Europe for two weeks. The German Nationals 2015 at FSZ Saar are the first part of the 2-stop trip, followed by the FAI World Cup 2015 in Teuge, Netherlands. There are several other people with the same travel agenda. AtomiX is the one and only German 4-way team with enough energy to attend the two meets following each other without a break. AtomiX is first trying to challenge FSC Remscheid for the German silver medals and had a promising start. Both teams are tied in 2nd place after Round 1, three points behind Airbus Illertissen, the German... (more)

Did you know that Joey Jones reported from the Italian Nationals 2015?
posted: Sep 1st, 2015 The Italian Nationals 2015 was another event that took place last week and crowned the national 4-way champions of 2015. EX3mo's 4-way lineup, Italy's national team of the past years, won again after fending off a new challenge by last year's silver medalist, Energy Cumiana. EX3mo will now travel to Teuge in the Netherlands to compete at the FAI World Cup 2015. Joe Jones, who recently reported from the UK Nationals 2015 where his team 4mula won the silver medals, was now coaching Energy Cumiana in Italy and finished in 2nd place once again. He provided more details of the course of the 10-round... (more)

Did you know that Top 4 on the AAA Class leaderboard are national 4-way teams?
posted: Aug 30th, 2015 It was a weekend of national championships, as 4-way teams from Belgium and Czech Republic competed for their national titles, while the 8-way teams in the United Kingdom had their turn at the same time. Belgium and Czech Republic synchronized their competition draws, and the overall leaderboard features a good mix in the AAA and A Class competition, while the Belgian 4-way teams dominated in the two other categories. The national 4-way teams did not have any serious challengers in both countries. NMP-PCH Hayabusa finished with an impressive 25.7 average at the second outdoor meet with new... (more)


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