Did you know that Equinox has not missed a World Challenge since 2012?
posted: May 28th, 2015 The AA Class competition at the World Challenge 2015 lived up to the name of the event as much as all other categories did this year. Teams from seven different countries gave the AA Class competition the atmosphere of a world meet.
The Sun Path Products NSL News zoomed in on the details of the AA Class competition on April 23rd, with the main focus on the winner, UK home team Chatterchicks, and the teams in the medal rankings.
The team right behind the medalists... (more)
Did you know that the Dubai delegation has the year's Grande Finale on home turf?
posted: May 27th, 2015 The end of the 2015 season will bring teams and competitors once again to Dubai, this time for an indoor/outdoor doubleheader, as the Sun Path Products NSL News reported on May 2nd.
The Dubai 4-way and 8-way delegation, headed by Craig Girard and Eliana Rodriguez since 2011, is usually traveling across the planet throughout the competition season before coming back to their home turf at Skydive Dubai (outdoor) and Inflight Dubai (indoor) for the last major event of the year, the Dubai International Parachuting Championship (DIPC). This... (more)
Did you know that Gary Smith and Joey Jones discussed Hayabusa, Majik and the UK 2015 situation?
posted: May 26th, 2015 The first 2015 outdoor scores from the United Kingdom brought back memories and videos of the World Challenge 2015. Gary Smith and Joey Jones had discussed the situation after the last training day before the start of the competition.
They did not only talk about the teams they were coaching or competing with. The 2015 season in the United Kingdom was also a topic, especially the AAA Class competition, which will produce the next UK national team at this year's national championships.
Voodoo, Vision 99, Satori... (more)
Did you know that iFLY Orlando added 12 points to the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard?
posted: May 26th, 2015 The second May meeting of iFLY Orlando's Indoor Cloud League group included only a few members of the current Florida Skydiving League teams.
Two DeLand Flashpoint members were out of town, however, the complete rear piece (Jim Prochaska, Jairo Garcia) still decided to join the Indoor Cloud League event and joined forces with Sebastian Jimenez and Kurt Gaebel.
ZEUS' Inside Center Amer Kassas came to iFLY Orlando with coach Bob Byrne, as the complete ZEUS lineup was not available. They both teamed up with Sebastian Jimenez and Michael Patterson... (more)
Did you know that two Southern Skydiving League teams are still on the front page Top 3?
posted: May 25th, 2015 The coverage of last weekend's events begins with the Southern Skydiving League. SSL Director Brandy Verhalen invited 4-way teams and competitors in her region to visit Gold Coast Skydivers, and five teams attended the 2015 season opener.
Three teams competed in the AA Class, where SSL winner Platinum kept up with the British teams in the same category on the overall leaderboard. Three Platinum members came back from last year's 4-way season (Don Hurd, Eric Mixon, Bill) with a new Point (Nicole Cronin) and David Price on camera.
Platinum trains at Skydive Alabama... (more)
Did you know that Marin Ferre is happy with the progression of his new 4-way Open Class lineup?
posted: May 24th, 2015 French national 4-way coach Marin Ferre recently updated the Sun Path Products NSL News with information of the Aerokart Ak'demie 4-way project for kids and teenagers that he oversees. He also provided a brief update of the French national team in the 4-way Open Class, which is actually his main coaching project, as the story on January 3rd explained.
Marin Ferre first guided the French 4-way Open Class team to the silver medals in Maubeuge 2008 before winning the gold medals in Menzelinsk 2010. At the same time, he worked with the famous... (more)