Did you know that Betsy Waite, Nick Davis, Michael Rendon and Leslie Eggenberger flew on a higher level?
posted: Sep 30th, 2015 The end of the month increases once again the activities and updates of the Indoor Cloud League. iFLY SF Bay posted the first scores of the month and held the lead over iFLY Orlando until the Czech Sportsflight group took the 1st place with the latest scores and videos from the Hurricane Factory in Prague.
Florida's group came back to iFLY Orlando on Thursday last week and added 17 points to the ICL account for September, which won back the 2nd place for the month and was still not quite enough to catch up with the Czech teams and competitors, who are still six points ahead (118 - 112).
Did you know that the AAA Class competition at the Clash of Champions includes all possible combinations of gender and age?
posted: Sep 29th, 2015 The later months of the calendar year are not slowing down the annual schedule of events any longer. The indoor competition world and Dubai's major events at the end of each year have extended the time period where teams and competitors can find event opportunities.
The month of October is soon bringing the 1st FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championships to competitors and audience, followed immediately by the USPA Nationals 2015, while additional smaller events take place, as well. ISR Grand Prix 2015 in Roosendaal, Clash of Champions and World Air Games, both in Dubai, then finally conclude the... (more)
Did you know that Ex3mo and Energy joined forces in Ex3energy?
posted: Sep 28th, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News brought the reunion of the Italian 4-way Woman team Kewara to the attention of the audience on September 25th. The former national team at the world meets in 2003 and 2004 came back this year and placed 3rd at the Italian Nationals 2015.
The same story mentioned that the two teams in front of Kewara (Ex3mo, Energy Cumiana) went on to compete at the FAI World Cup 2015, where Kewara could have been in contention for silver medals in 4-way Woman.
Ex3mo, Italy's national 4-way team in the Open Class since 2011, won the national championships again this year and... (more)
Did you know that the Czech 4-way teams completed their national indoor championships last week?
posted: Sep 28th, 2015 The Czech 4-way teams completed their national indoor championships last week after ten rounds at the Hurricane Factory in Prague.
Three of the teams will soon compete again at the same location, as the Hurricane Factory is hosting the 1st FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championships in October. Each country can send one national team per 4-way category to the event, except in 4-way Dynamic, where two teams can compete for the same nation.
The Bad Boys will compete for the Czech Republic in 4-way Open, and the HF Chicks will probably compete in 4-way Women. The CZ Ladies were the Czech national... (more)
Did you know that Slovenia will have two teams at the Indoor World Meet in Prague?
posted: Sep 26th, 2015 Slovenia is one of the relatively young countries in Eastern Europe, which became independent nations when the Russian Empire downsized in the 80s and 90s. Slovenia was actually a part of Yugoslavia until 1991 and joined the European Union in 2004.
It was the same year when Croatia hosted the World Meet 2004 in Rijeka. Croatia was also a part of Yugoslavia and split in 1991. A 4-way team from Slovenia competed at a World Championship of Formation Skydiving for the first time in Spain 2001, followed up in 2003 and then came back a year later to the neighboring country.
Then came a long break... (more)
Did you know that Kewara's comeback could have been even more successful in Teuge?
posted: Sep 25th, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News goes back to an earlier event with a topic that was not covered yet. Joey Jones reported from the Italian Nationals 2015 on September 1st, and one team caught not only his attention:
"With one round tomorrow, the medal places seem all wrapped up although Kewara is only three points out of 3rd place and seems to have a great meet, despite being out of the game for so long. Well done, girls, or in my best Italian: Brave Fragoline..."
Kewara turned it around in the last round and won the Italian bronze medals with the same meet average (14.8) that the team had... (more)
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