Did you know that ten Czech teams tried to get their scores onto the Indoor Cloud League December leaderboard?
posted: Dec 18th, 2015 Most of the Indoor Cloud League scores and videos are usually being submitted at the end of each month when the team managers have completed all ICL activities and collected the footage.
iFLY Orlando often submits the data each time an event has taken place and adds on to the leaderboard when higher scores have been accomplished. This month, the Czech teams of the Sportflight 4-way project at the Hurricane Factory in Prague joined the Florida teams and competitors earlier on the ICL leaderboard and once again took the top spot right away.
Both ICL teams were separated by only one point in... (more)
Did you know that four 4-way Women teams beat their previous outdoor averages in Dubai?
posted: Dec 17th, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News presented the updated Top 10 of the World Outdoor Team Rankings in 4-way Open after the World Air Games 2015 with the story on December 14th.
Two of the Top 10 teams in the 4-way Open Class (Golden Knights - 4th, French FLY-IN Girls - 9th) are naturally in the two top spots of the 4-way Women rankings, as well.
Not much has changed in the 2015 rankings for the teams in this category, even though the results of the World Air Games were quite different compared to the previous rankings in October. The Golden Knights were and still are far ahead of the French national... (more)
Did you know that there is heavy FS Sweep pressure on Arizona Airspeed?
posted: Dec 16th, 2015 No trouble this month, wheeewwww... In fact, great news. I just came back from the USPA National Skydiving Championships 2015 in Eloy, where I did once again what I usually do for the SUN PATH PRODUCTS NSL News: Try to bring the event to the poor audience that cannot be there live on competition site.
It has been quite a trip over the many years, as I would never know what to expect for my working environment at USPA Nationals. My intentions have never been doubted when I did what I usually do at any other major events, where I have felt welcomed while my work was appreciated. It has not always... (more)
Did you know that iFLY Orlando won the Indoor Cloud League November competition by one point?
posted: Dec 15th, 2015 The exciting recent events in Dubai required most of the attention of the Sun Path Products NSL News. The pace is slowing down now, at least for the outdoor competition world, while the world's wind tunnels will continue to run, even throughout the winter season in colder areas.
It is time to catch up with other interesting news and events that took place while the Clash of Champions 2015 and the World Air Games 2015 featured most of the best indoor and outdoor competitors in the world.
November's Indoor Cloud League competition was completed in the meantime, and the new BEST OF THE MONTH... (more)
Did you know that nothing is the same behind the 4th place in the World Outdoor Team Rankings?
posted: Dec 14th, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News explained on December 5th how the results of the Clash of Champions 2015 changed the official SKYLEAGUE.COM World Indoor Team Rankings. The World Air Games 2015 generated new scores and had a similar impact on the World Outdoor Team Rankings.
The Top 4 positions did not change, and NMP PCH Hayabusa is still only in 2nd place after winning each 4-way competition that the Belgian world champions, now with Jeroen Nollet in the lineup, have attended since the Mondial 2012. Arizona Airspeed benefits from higher meet averages at two outdoor events this year, while Hayabusa... (more)
Did you know that HayaBusa And Golden Knights Claim Formation Skydiving Titles?
posted: Dec 13th, 2015 DUBAI (UAE): The world's biggest indoor tunnel for flying proved to be an unrivalled success when more than 300 skydivers from over 20 countries gathered in the UAE for the first Clash of Champions, staged at Inflight Dubai.
With $200,000 in prize money, the event was comfortably the richest of its kind and flyers from all corners of the globe came to do battle in what turned out to be a fierce-ly-contested, three-day tournament featuring competition in three classes of 4-Way Dynamic, an AAA 8-Way Formation category and a Dynamic 2-Way.
Living up to its name, Clash of Champions attracted... (more)