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Did you know that both British national 4-way teams came out on top at the Hibaldstow Cup?
posted: Aug 4th, 2014 As every year, the Hibaldstow Cup is the last test for the British 4-way teams before the national championships, which will take place at the same location in a month. This time, the popular event was also the final test for the two 4-way teams who will compete for the United Kingdom at the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014, Kaizen and Vision 99. In fact, the world meet in the Czech Republic is coming up sooner than the UK Nationals 2014, which are scheduled for the September 6 weekend. Kaizen knew... (more)

Did you know that Monaco Vitalsea won the 8-way competition in France?
posted: Aug 3rd, 2014 The French 4-way teams completed two more rounds at their national championships for an 8-round meet. Artemis Saumur Flyzone, the French national B-Team, walked away with two more highscores and 25 points ahead of the team in 2nd place. The 17.4 average is the highest score for each team member. Ookpik Pamiers and Smooteam defended their 2nd and 3rd places successfully, while Monaco Vitalsea finally outscored the French Air Force team from Nice with two strong rounds at the end, and the highscore for Round 8 between the teams in pursuit of the places behind Artemis. Monaco Vitalsea was once... (more)

Did you know that Joey Jones reported from the Swedish Nationals 2014?
posted: Aug 2nd, 2014 Sweden started the country's national championships a few days before France and completed the 10-round competition on Friday. Joey Jones, former DeLand Majik 4-way world champion, professional coach and regular anchor for the Sun Path Products NSL News live updates, was coaching a few Swedish teams and provided event information. He said that he had a few weeks of great weather in Sweden and that the teams were all well prepared and ready to fight it out for more Swedish medals than in the past: "This year marks the first time that Sweden offered three competition categories: A, AA, and AAA.... (more)

Did you know that former world champion team mates Erwan Pouliquen and Manu Sarrazin are fighting a coaching battle at the French Nationals?
posted: Aug 1st, 2014 France is holding the national championships this weekend, and the teams completed the first six rounds on Friday. It was to be expected that the national teams in 4-way Open, 4-way Women and 8-way would not attend the competition. The FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 is just around the corner, and national coach Jeremie Rollett did not ask his teams to compete in Vichy this weekend. In fact, the national teams usually don't attend the championships, where they cannot win medals according to the... (more)

Did you know that Barkli's 4-way lineup has a new Center Outside?
posted: Jul 31st, 2014 The preview of the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 by the Sun Path Products NSL News began when the field of teams was posted for the first time. Traditional 4-way competition is once again the dominating event, with 22 national teams currently registered. There have been a few updates ever since, mostly when information became available which teams are going to represent each country in Prostejov in August. The latest clarification came from Great Britain where Vision 99 will be the national team... (more)

Did you know that Dirty Low and Counterpoint FX pushed each other to new highscores and team record averages?
posted: Jul 30th, 2014 The Northern California Skydiving League returned to Skydance Skydiving for its fourth meet of the 2014 outdoor season. Seven teams came out to jump on a beautiful and very warm summer day in Davis, CA. The weather was perfect, and the teams got to jumping as early as possible to beat the heat. Meet coach Samer Haija stayed cool on the ground helping teams engineer and dirt dive, while judge Sharon Hawkins enjoyed the comfort of the air-conditioned judging station. The Rookie class had three teams, including NCSL regulars Last Minute, who competed with substitute Brian Naiman last weekend,... (more)

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