Did you know that 4-way history is in jeopardy?
posted: Aug 11th, 2014 Round 1 of the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 is less than two weeks away, and the teams are in the phase of final preparations.
The Sun Path Products NSL News will be at the competition site for the usual live coverage of the event. It is much easier to be up-to-date with the daily news stories at SKYLEAGUE.COM compared to a monthly magazine. Blue Skies Mag recently published the next TURNING POINTS column, which was the last opportunity for an update before the event. The next story can only be... (more)
Did you know that Ex3mo won the Italian Nationals 2014?
posted: Aug 10th, 2014 Another national team posted the last scores before the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 last week. The Italian national 4-way team Ex3mo won the national championships with a 17.4 average.
Ex3mo battled for the last slot in the finals at the Mondial Dubai 2012 and ended up a few points behind Satori in 7th place. It required a 20-average to get into the finals two years ago, and a 19-average to make the first cut after Round 8. Ex3mo then easily made even the second cut with an 18.4 average at the... (more)
Did you know that NSL-TV features the DeLand Norgies 2014 reunion?
posted: Aug 9th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported the Norwegian Nationals on 4 August 2014, including the annual reunion of the DeLand Norgies and the battle for the top spot in the A Class. NSL-TV now follows up with eye candy for the weekend, the competition jumps of the DeLand Norgies at this year's national championships in Voss.
The lineup of the DeLand Norgies was identical with the one at last year's national championships, where Polaris member Sissel Maria Finnseth took the Tail slot for original Norgies member Carl-Erik Tuv.... (more)
Did you know that the British A Class teams skipped a jump-off round for 2nd place?
posted: Aug 8th, 2014 The British A Class teams were just as much jockeying for positions as all other British 4-way teams at the Hibaldstow Cup 2014, a month before the national championships. Last weekend's results promise the next exciting A Class showdown in September.
The A Class and Rookie Class winners at last year's Hibaldstow Cup, Tr4ck and Fly Wild, also won the gold medals at the national championships a few weeks later. This means that Kintama might have the best chances to win the national A Class competition this year.
Kintama's 13.2... (more)
Did you know that Vision 99 will have the third different 2014 lineup in Prostejov?
posted: Aug 7th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News covered the AAA Class competition at the Hibaldstow Cup 2014 on 4 August 2014. It was mostly the story of the two British national 4-way teams who will soon compete at the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014, Kaizen (4-way Women) and Vision (4-way Open).
The story mentioned that it has been a smooth road to Prostejov for Kaizen so far, while... (more)
Did you know that Equal Pay 4 Women edged out Phoenix by 0.09 seconds in a jump-off round?
posted: Aug 6th, 2014 It is about time for the story of the biggest drama at the Hibaldstow Cup 2014 last weekend.
Equal Pay 4 Women (EP4W) won the AA Class competition by 0.09 seconds over Phoenix in the jump-off round. It was the first time this year that the new tie-breaking rules had to be applied. The earlier completion of the very last formation within working time wins the meet after the rule change in 2013.
EP4W would have won the gold medals according to the previous tie-breaking rules, as well, with the highest score of the meet in Round... (more)