Did you know that Golden Knights and French FLY-IN Girls have moved closer to each other?
posted: Nov 30th, 2015 The FAI/IPC sanctioned events usually require the creation of a combined leaderboard to compare the scores of the teams in 4-way Women with the scores of the 4-way Open Class teams. At least two of the female top teams are orienting themselves and their performance and scoring levels with the help of the 4-way Open Class leaderboards, the Golden Knights and the French FLY-IN Girls.
The combined AAA Class leaderboard of the Sun Path Products NSL News is showing the Golden Knights in 2nd place at the 1st FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championships, where the French FLY-IN Girls finished in 6th place.
Did you know that four 4-way world champions and coaches met for a new Coaches Corner NSL Talk?
posted: Nov 29th, 2015 The aftermath of the Clash of Champions continues with the next Coaches Corner.
Four 4-way world champions met for an NSL Talk session after the 4-way Speed Round was completed. Craig Girard, Solly Williams, Jeremie Rollett and Mathieu Bernier are now just as engaged as coaches as they were when they won their 4-way and 8-way gold medals.
Craig Girard won several gold medals in 4-way and 8-way with the Golden Knights and Arizona Airspeed. He and Eliana Rodriguez moved to Dubai after their last world meet with Airspeed in Menzelinsk 2010. They were hired by Skydive Dubai to create a formidable... (more)
Did you know that NMP-PCH Hayabusa is still on high alert after a victorious Clash of Champions?
posted: Nov 28th, 2015 It's all said and done at the Clash of Champions, and NMP PCH Hayabusa had the last word, literally.
The Sun Path Products NSL News saved the best for last and met with the reigning indoor and outdoor 4-way world champions at the end of the day to wrap up the historic event at Inflight Dubai.
It turned out that it required exactly a 26.0 average to make the Top 10 at the Clash of Champions, as predicted in the preview on November 25th. The French national team in 4-way Open, FLY-IN, barely made it with the 10th place, and Gavroche missed the Top 10 for the first time ever since the 8-way... (more)
Did you know that the Clash of Champions lives up to all expectations?
posted: Nov 27th, 2015 The historic 4-way competition at the Clash of Champions offers everything that could have been hoped for.
The showdown for the 4-way top spot in the world between Arizona Airspeed and NMP-PCH Hayabusa is bringing a new situation almost round by round. The Belgian 4-way world champions have the upper hand after eight rounds; however, the last two rounds on Saturday could easily turn the table once again. Both teams and the audience will have to be ready for the possibility of a jump-off.
The competition on the top of the leaderboard has turned into a 2-team battle, as Weembi Lille was eventually... (more)
Did you know that France is the biggest player in 4-way Formation Skydiving at the Clash of Champions?
posted: Nov 26th, 2015 The first day of the Clash of Champions is over, and the scores after four rounds speak their own language. In addition, the professional media work of the host, including the live streaming during the event hours, brings the meet atmosphere to the audience in a very entertaining way, anchored by Regan Tetlow and Ged Parker.
The highly anticipated showdown between NMP-PCH Hayabusa and Arizona Airspeed is as exciting as expected, and it is as challenging for the teams behind the three top teams to find a slot in the Top 10 as it was predicted by the Sun Path Products NSL News.
There is a third... (more)
Did you know that the audience will probably witness a historic 4-way competition at the Clash of Champions?
posted: Nov 25th, 2015 The 2-minute flying time that each 4-way and 8-way team at the Clash of Champions had available today to make sure that they have the correct and team specific air speed for the ten competition rounds was showing clearly what to expect tomorrow, Friday and Saturday.
The event will become a historic 4-way competition, which is not only related to the competition draw and probably high meet averages. The quality of the flying and competition performance promises to be something that the skydiving world may have never seen before.
The Sun Path Products NSL News mentioned earlier that the field... (more)