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Did you know that that the Golden Knights are challenging NMP-PCH Hayabusa?
posted: Oct 23rd, 2015 Seven rounds have been completed at the 1st FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championships, and only the competition in 4-way VFS has a battle for the top position. NMP-PCH Hayabusa is far ahead of all other top teams in 4-way Open, where Black Cat confirms the 2nd place in the world rankings after silver medals at the FAI World Cup 2015. Of course, the world rankings don't count much without the US national team competing, Arizona Airspeed. However, there is a US team in Prague, and the Golden Knights are not only as far ahead of all other 4-way Women teams as Hayabusa leads in the Open Class.... (more)

Did you know that five of the 4-way VFS indoor world meet teams also competed in Teuge?
posted: Oct 22nd, 2015 Six teams competed in 4-way VFS at the FAI World Cup 2015, and five of them were the current national 4-way VFS teams for their countries. Each of these five national teams is now coming back to the 1st FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championships to find out if there is any difference between the indoor and outdoor rankings. Both events were lacking participation from overseas, with one exception. The United Arab Emirates have registered a 4-way VFS team for the indoor competition at the Hurricane Factory. However, the strong US teams are not a part of this indoor double header in Europe, and... (more)

Did you know that the 2015 season brought the first triple for the VAF Warriors in Denmark?
posted: Oct 21st, 2015 The latest scores before the 1st FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championships, beginning this Friday, came from Denmark, where the 4-way teams competed at Bodyflight Bedford for the second national indoor championships. The Danish national 4-way team, the VAF Warriors, managed to squeeze in another meet after just coming back from the Netherlands and the FAI World Cup 2015. The VAF Warriors were in the mix for a slot in the finals until Round 6 in Teuge, as the Sun Path Products NSL News reported on September 10th. The VAF Warriors then lost some ground in the following three rounds and just... (more)

Did you know that Voodoo and Jazz Republic had their last indoor test before Prague at the Bodyflight Revenge?
posted: Oct 20th, 2015 Bodyflight Bedford, host of the annual unofficial indoor world championship, the World Challenge, recently changed the company name to Twinwoods Adventure and held it's second ever Revenge meet on the 26th of September. Unlike the World Challenge, which includes an artistic category, the Revenge meet is just a 4-way competition in all four categories (AAA - AA - A - Rookie) and gives teams a second chance who didn't do so well at the national championships to get revenge on their competitors. The competition was only two weeks after the British Nationals 2015, and as a result suffered a little... (more)

Did you know that the DeLand Falcons were facing good and bad news within a week?
posted: Oct 19th, 2015 Teams of the Florida Skydiving League finished off their 2015 season at the last meet on October 10th. It's not the last 4-way competition in Florida, as the annual NSL Championship brings together all teams in all four categories (AAA - AA - A - Rookie) who have not had enough of 4-way competition this year and want to enjoy the beautiful Florida fall weather in a 10-round meet. Several of the FSL teams will come back to DeLand in November, including the October winners, DeLand 3D and DeLand Falcons, and try to defend the home turf against any potential challengers from other leagues and... (more)

Did you know that Dallas 350 and Spaceland Lite have their tie-breaker at the USPA Nationals 2015?
posted: Oct 18th, 2015 Dallas 350 members Scott Levy, Scott Latinis, and Jim Rees have just returned from their participation in the 202-way World Record Sequential Event in Perris, CA. Both Scott Levy and Scott Latinis flew slots in the successful formation while Jim Rees was part of the 3-person panel of international judges that put their stamp on the new world record. Dallas 350 has been a meteoric 4-way rise for two of the members. Scott Levy and Lucas King first went to the USPA Nationals in 2009 on an intermediate 8-way team. Just four years later their 8-way coach, Ron Hill, would become their Dallas 350... (more)


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