Did you know that AARspeed was the only team with four 4-way world champions in the lineup?
posted: Jan 1st, 2015 The Arizona Airspeed US and world champions of earlier days usually get back together at the USPA Nationals when it is time for 8-way competition. Then they join forces with the current 4-way lineup and win silver or gold in 8-way, plus additional medals in 10-way and 16-way.
Often they arrive earlier and use the 4-way competition to warm up for their 8-way meet jumps in different lineups. Once in a while, they also get back together in 4-way with Airspeed members of different generations, and then they become competitive without any training.
Three members of the first and original Airspeed... (more)
Did you know that the Bad Boys are the competition team of the year 2014?
posted: Dec 31st, 2014 The team page of the Bad Boys is a very unique one in the history of Formation Skydiving competition, at least for as long as the Sun Path Products NSL News has had information and data in the archives.
The Czech national 4-way team has attended 14 competitions this year, not counting the events of the Indoor Cloud League. This is by far the highest number of meets that any team has recorded so far.
Teams in the Czech Republic completed their second indoor competition of the 2014/2015 winter season on December 18th at the Hurricane Factory... (more)
Did you know that Jim Rees joins Dallas 350 for the 2015 season?
posted: Dec 30th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported the exciting battle for this year's USPA Advanced Class gold medals with the story on 14 October 2014.
The same story mentioned that the Dallas 350 road to the gold medals began earlier. Ron Hill, Lucas King and Scott Levy connected first in 8-way, with the Dallas teams Rogue and Fusion. Then they formed Dallas 350 for the 2013 season, and Solly Williams filled an open slot at the USPA Nationals.
The 5th place For Dallas 350 in 2013 turned into the 1st place this year, with exactly... (more)
Did you know that the 2014 season was a remarkable year for the Bisson family?
posted: Dec 29th, 2014 The latest scores and videos of the Indoor Cloud League came from SkyVenture Montreal in Canada and bring Yannick Bisson back to the headlines, the 14-year old 4-way competitor, who scores for team 4astrophe, together with his father Richard and his sister Valerie.
The reason for the new attention of the Sun Path Products NSL News is not only the 23-pointer for December's AA Class sequence, which ties the Bad Boys highscore for the same category. The 2014 season was just another remarkable year for the Bisson family, and especially for Yannick... (more)
Did you know that eight Airspeed world champions are going to the World Championship 2001?
posted: Dec 28th, 2014 That was the headline of the news update on 24 December 2000.
The turning time of the year is once again an opportunity for the Sun Path Products NSL News to go back to a time when SKYLEAGUE.COM was in the earliest stages of online journalism and news updates. In fact, the website was mostly a tool to post the meet scores of the NSL Network, which was consistently growing.
The events generated a lot of stories and other meet information at the same time, which eventually created the foundation for the journalistic part of the National Skydiving League. This news update covered the situation... (more)
Did you know that Arizona Airspeed does not support the proposed change of Block 10?
posted: Dec 27th, 2014 A week has gone by since the Sun Path Products NSL News reported plans to change Block 10 (Diamond - Bunyip) on 20 December 2014 and followed up on 21 December 2014. The participation in the poll has tripled ever since, while the results are still very similar compared to the first reactions a day after the first article. There is a significant majority opposed to any changes of Block 10.
Additional feedback came from France, where national coach Jeremie Rollett... (more)