Did you know that NMP-PCH Hayabusa is probably still ahead of Arizona Airspeed?
posted: Apr 8th, 2015 It was not really a big surprise that SDC Rhythm XP once again increased the team record average for a 10-round indoor competition at the World Challenge 2015. In fact, the Sun Path Products NSL News concluded on 24 March 2015 that this could somehow be expected:
"Rhythm's next opportunity is coming up next week. Arizona Airspeed will not compete at the World Challenge 2015. However, Rhythm can do once again what the team has been doing patiently year by year: increasing the performance level and meet average.
26.6 is Rhythm's new indoor team record average. There is more than enough top... (more)
Did you know that NSL-TV features the complete Hayabusa Hostage Crisis at the World Challenge 2015?
posted: Apr 7th, 2015 Many teams and competitors who attended the World Challenge 2015 are probably suffering the post-meet blues after the conclusion of this year's most popular Formation Skydiving competition in the world.
It was a dramatic finish in the AAA/Open Class competition, which the audience of the live streaming service was able to follow on-site and on-line. NMP-PCH Hayabusa was in big trouble before Round 10.
The Belgian 4-way world champions were far ahead of SDC Rhythm XP after Round 9 (268 - 244). However, the 14-point lead could have melted away in Round 10 when the team was missing a member... (more)
Did you know that it's a tough deal to knock out Airspeed?
posted: Apr 6th, 2015 The first bells have rung between the top contenders for the 2015 U.S. 4-way title, Arizona Airspeed and SDC Rhythm XP, and both are still standing upright in their corners after 16 rounds. The Paraclete XP Championships 2015, with the indoor (Raeford) and outdoor (DeLand) double-header, are history and the starting positions for the remainder of the 2015 season are set.
It was a promising start for challenger Rhythm at the indoor competition. Airspeed copied their meet average (28.7) from the same event a year ago, while Rhythm added a point to their meet average (from 25.6 in 2014 to 26.6... (more)
Did you know that 10-year anniversary fireworks concluded the World Challenge 2015?
posted: Apr 5th, 2015 The World Challenge 2015 was completed successfully on Saturday night with 10-year anniversary fireworks and a big party in the Flowhouse. There is an almost unlimited amount of footage and topics that will be used for the aftermath very soon.
The last live video update and summary of Saturday action begins when the teams were coming to the end of Round 7 in the morning. The 4-way Women competition concluded each AAA Class round, and the new British team NFTO was getting ready when the NSL-TV camera was running on the flight level of Bodyflight Bedford.
NFTO and pickup team Fly Like a Girl... (more)
Did you know that NSL-TV features videos of the top teams in Round 4?
posted: Apr 3rd, 2015 The first day of the World Challenge 2015 has been completed successfully. The scores for the first five rounds are posted, and the leaderboard is showing the numbers of exciting competition in all categories.
NMP-PCH Hayabusa has created more distance to all other AAA Class teams than it might have been expected. There seems to be only one team that could offer serious opposition to the Belgian 4-way world champions with the new lineup, and Arizona Airspeed is only watching the event from the distance.
SDC Rhythm XP will most likely improve the team record average once again, and the first... (more)
Did you know that the Golden Knights kept their eyes on the French Girls?
posted: Apr 2nd, 2015 Training for the World Challenge 2015 is over at Bodyflight Bedford, and the 90 teams have all arrived, ready for action. There are a few changes in the lineups, and the Sun Path Products NSL News will cover as many of them as possible.
First of all, there will be no shortage of the usual SKYLEAGUE.COM live event coverage, even if the updates are not all posted at the same location as in the past. Host Paul Mayer has dedicated some of his resources to the NSL-TV coverage, which will make it a lot easier to post even more updates and bring the event closer than ever before to the audience.