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Did you know that the Rookie Class teams won last weekend's 4-way competition?
posted: Jul 24th, 2015 Last weekend's overall leaderboard has been completed just in time before new scores will be posted tomorrow. Teams from Texas and Northern Plains are challenging each other, and the new leaderboard will be updated on a regular basis. The last leaderboard features a rare and greatly appreciated outcome. The Rookie Class competition turned out to be the most popular one, with 15 teams posting scores in three different countries. The addition of four Rookie Class teams from the Midwest Skydiving League eventually outnumbered the 13 AA and 13 A Class teams. Nine British Rookie Class teams and two... (more)

Did you know that boys and girls can all win money at the Clash of Champions?
posted: Jul 23rd, 2015 The Clash of Champions at Inflight Dubai in November this year applies many competition categories. In addition to 4-way AAA - AA - A and 8-way in Formation Skydiving, there is also Dynamic 2-way and 4-way, a Best Trick competition and a Surprise event. Only the 4-way AAA Class competition and both Dynamic events (4-way and 2-way) apply the same new FAI/IPC indoor rules and regulations, which will also be used at the 1st FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championships 2015 in October at the Hurricane Factory in Prague. The Paraclete... (more)

Did you know that Florida improved the Indoor Cloud League scores at iFLY Orlando in vain?
posted: Jul 22nd, 2015 The Hurricane Factory has taken the lead for the Indoor Cloud League July competition, and the first complete Junior team scored for Jan Klapka's Czech group. The Sun Path Products NSL News will follow up with more information soon. In the meantime, a small group of Indoor Cloud League competitors in Florida tried to improve the first scores that a different group had posted on July 2nd at iFLY Orlando. The leaderboard of the internal competition between the team on July 2nd and the one on July 16th shows that the scores in five of the... (more)

Did you know that the Northwestern success of indoor/outdoor symbiosis became measurable last weekend?
posted: Jul 21st, 2015 It is nothing new that indoor and outdoor training can be mutually very beneficial. The Sun Path Products NSL News has covered the relationship between the indoor and outdoor world many times, and very specifically on June 25th. The story explained how the Northwest Skydiving League teams and competitors use the iFLY Seattle facilities and the Indoor Cloud League activities with great results. The success of the NWSL indoor/outdoor combination became even measurable last weekend. Two... (more)

Did you know that Vision 99 has turned from a top contender into a top challenger?
posted: Jul 20th, 2015 Last weekend's competition draw was just as challenging for all AAA Class teams as it was for the two teams in the Czech Republic, as the Sun Path Products NSL News reported yesterday. The scores of six AAA Class teams are currently posted on the overall leaderboard, with four of them from the United Kingdom, where Skydive Dunkeswell hosted the UKSL July meet. The 25 British teams completed all six rounds on Saturday from two Beech 99 jump planes. Three of the four British AAA Class teams posted meet averages slightly below their previous... (more)

Did you know that the Czech teams are holding their ground on this weekend's overall leaderboard?
posted: Jul 19th, 2015 This weekend, Czech Skydiving League Director Jan Klapka tried for the third time to get his 4-way teams into freefall from jump planes, and he eventually succeeded. He had tried two times earlier this year, and bad weather did not allow the Czech teams to post any scores on outdoor leaderboards. This weekend, six teams completed six rounds with great results. Bad Boys and CZ Ladies handled the block-heavy and, with three slot-switching sequences, challenging AAA Class draw very well. Bad Boys had posted a higher meet average only once in May 2014, when the 30-pointer for a Super Sequence... (more)

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