Did you know that NMP-PCH Hayabusa has a lot of experiences with new team members?
posted: Oct 20th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 13 October 2014 that Roy Janssen is leaving NMP-PCH Hayabusa and followed up with more information on 16 October 2014. Roy Janssen mentioned that Hayabusa alternate Jeroen "Bob" Nollet will take the tail slot.
The changes in the lineups of the top teams in the world initiated a discussion of the potential for a new "FS Sweep" that Solly Willimas shared with the audience on 17... (more)
Did you know that Florida added four points to the Indoor Cloud League October account at iFLY Orlando?
posted: Oct 20th, 2014 The teams and competitors of the Florida Skydiving League had a busy week, which began with the latest FSL Tunnel Kicker at iFLY Orlando last Thursday and was concluded with the last outdoor competition on Saturday at Skydive City.
Goal at the FSL Tunnel Kicker was once again to add some scoring points to the October account of the Indoor Cloud League competition. At the same time, several participants used the opportunity to warm up for the outdoor competition on the weekend.
One of the two AAA and AA Class lineups (Teiwaz) at iFLY Orlando... (more)
Did you know that not everything was happy-happy-joy-joy in Prostejov?
posted: Oct 18th, 2014 The 4-way world has a new order. It was actually no big surprise that NMP-PCH Hayabusa won the gold medals, as many readers of Blue Skies Mag and Sun Path Products NSL News probably know. The Belgians were the top contender
in 4-way open, and they confirmed their position without any doubt.
It's the first time since 1985 that neither France nor the U.S. won the gold medals in 4-way open. It's also the first time that one of those two formation-skydiving powerhouses went home empty-handed; France (Volt'R) ended up in fourth place. The three Lemay brothers with Katie Woods won the first medals... (more)
Did you know that Solly Williams discussed the chances for a new FS Sweep in 2016?
posted: Oct 17th, 2014 The aftermath of the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 is obviously far from over, as topic after topic brings the event back to the attention of the Sun Path Products NSL News and the audience.
In fact, the coverage of this event actually never comes to an end. The World Championship of Formation Skydiving is the biggest and most relevant competition in the sport and always has more than enough topics to offer. The end of one world meet is only the beginning of a new 2-year cycle to the next one.
Did you know that Part 2 of Roy Janssen's Hayabusa story goes back to Prostejov?
posted: Oct 16th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 13 October 2014 that NMP-PCH Hayabusa's tail Roy Janssen is leaving the reigning 4-way world champions from Belgium.
The story explained how Roy Janssen came to that decision and mentioned that an update will follow with his plans for the future.
There is one more step before Hayabusa's new situation and Roy Janssen's plans will become the next topics.
The Sun Path Products NSL News has brought the actual meet experiences of teams and the insider view to the audience many times,... (more)
Did you know that AtomiX finished 13.8 three times within four weeks?
posted: Oct 15th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News has not yet researched well enough whether any 4-way team has ever posted exactly the same meet average three consecutive times during the same competition season. However, it is most likely unique that a team did exactly that within one month.
It is unusual enough that a team attends three meets in such a short time period. It was the German 4-way team AtomiX who competed first at the German Nationals 2014, followed up at the Nord... (more)