Did you know that new Indoor Cloud League competitor Nathan Taylor entered the iFLY Orlando chamber in his own way?
posted: Jan 30th, 2016 A few new scores have been added to the January leaderboard of the Indoor Cloud League, which usually grows at the end of the month.
iFLY Orlando's Indoor Cloud League team added scores and videos in four of the six ICL categories and improved the AA Class score from 15 to 18 points. The total of 102 points places iFLY Orlando currently in 2nd place behind the Hurricane Factory.
It was a unique month for iFLY Orlando's Indoor Cloud League team. The six scores for the six different sequences were posted by six different lineups, even though there was internal competition for the highest scores.... (more)
Did you know that the Wind Games competition draw was the slowest one in NMP PCH Hayabusa's indoor history?
posted: Jan 28th, 2016 The next live NSL Talk follows just a day later, and the logistics were back to online services. The four participants of the latest NSL Talk were at four different locations when the conversation took place: Florida (Sun Path Products NSL News) - Dubai (Gary Smith) - Spain (Andy Grauwels) - Belgium (Jeroen "Bob" Nollet and Dennis Praet).
The names of the participants make it easy to see that the topic was NMP PCH Hayabusa after the Wind Games 2016. Only Inside Center David Grauwels did not make it in time to his computer, and videographer Danny Jacobs is still on indoor vacation.
The topics... (more)
Did you know that coach Solly Williams has the Golden Knights seeded in the top spot?
posted: Jan 27th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News has recently used internet services to record live NSL Talk conversations with participants from all over the planet. The latest NSL Talk took place this morning, live at the same time and also at the same place - the NSL office in DeLand.
Solly Williams, DeLand Majik 4-way world champion of 2004 and professional coach, still resides in the same town that he moved to after winning the bronze medals for South Africa's national 4-way team Equanimity in 1997. He visited the NSL office on Wednesday morning for a new conversation in the Coaches Corner.
Solly Williams... (more)
Did you know that DeLand Momentum's new lineup posted the first Indoor Cloud League scores for iFLY Orlando?
posted: Jan 26th, 2016 Florida's Indoor Cloud League team added the first scores for the month of January 2016 to the leaderboard.
DeLand Momentum's new lineup had an indoor training camp at iFLY Orlando last week and included three of the January sequences in the training program. The scores for the AA and A Class sequences matched the first numbers from iFLY Virginia Beach, where Suffolk Sabotage also performed three of the sequences.
DeLand Momentum prepares once again for a competition season in the AAA Class and used the A Class sequence for a warm-up session at the beginning of the training. The AA Class... (more)
Did you know that NMP PCH Hayabusa is still the biggest obstacle in the way of a U.S. Sweep?
posted: Jan 25th, 2016 The potential for a U.S. Formation Skydiving Sweep at the Mondial 2016 on home turf has been a topic of the Sun Path Products NSL News for a while.
The situation looked very promising from the U.S. perspective after the USPA Nationals 2015, when Solly Williams, Gary Smith and Chris Talbert discussed the topic in a Coaches Corner on October 29th.
The TURNING POINTS column in the BLUE SKIES MAG October issue added more details to the story and confirmed the strong position of the U.S. delegation at that point in time. (more)
Did you know that the Wind Games aftermath begins with the combined leaderboard?
posted: Jan 25th, 2016 The aftermath of the Wind Games 2016 begins with the combined leaderboard. This is a feature that the Sun Path Products NSL News has applied whenever there were two different leaderboards with the same competition draw at the same event.
In fact, the "combined" leaderboard is one of the most traditional SKYLEAGUE.COM features, which was introduced as soon as the National Skydiving League was launched in 1998. There have always been several different leaderboards with the same competition draw on the same weekends, when different leagues or hosts had their meets on the same date. After collecting... (more)