Did you know that Northern California posted the first ICL June scores at iFLY SF Bay?
posted: Jun 13th, 2014 The Indoor Cloud League sequences for June include another slot switcher for the AAA Class lineups, and the Northern California Skydiving League group posted the first scores after their first NCSL Tunnel Kicker this month at iFLY SF Bay.
The May sequence for the AAA Class (O,E,14,3) had memory only for the front piece, as the Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 11 June 2014, when 13-year old 4Astrophe Point Yannick Bisson became the youngest AAA Class competitor in 4way... (more)
Did you know that Monaco Vitalsea and Armee de l'Air finished tied for the first time in 26 meets?
posted: Jun 12th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News update on 7 June 2014 was too early assuming that Monaco Vitalsea would turn the tables with the French Air Force team from Nice at the first Coupe de France competition of the 2014 season.
The next update of the same meet weekend on 9 June 2014 showed a leaderboard where both teams were tied on the very top of the AAA Class competition after eight rounds.
It was the end of the competition in France, while the German teams at... (more)
Did you know that Yannick Bisson is the youngest AAA Class competitor in history?
posted: Jun 11th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 6 June 2014 that Evolution member Katie Woods is a family team expert. The headline was not only related to the fact that she trains and competes with three brothers (Martin, Vincent, Benoit Lemay) and also has a brother (James Woods) who is a talented 4way competitor.
The recent coincidence brought her together with the Canadian Bisson family, where father Richard trains and competes with his daughter Valerie and his son Yannick. Katie Woods filled an open slot for 4Astrophe when Center... (more)
Did you know that the 20-year anniversary of the Tomscat Trophy comes up this weekend?
posted: Jun 10th, 2014 One of the senior events in Formation Skydiving competition is coming up this weekend, the annual Tomscat Trophy in the Netherlands.
The 4way competition is related to the plane crash in Perris in 1992 that caused the death of several skydivers. The Tomscat Trophy was created to commemorate two members of the Dutch 4way team Tomscat, Remie Herder and Sjaak Strating, who lost their lives in the same plane chrash that Dan BC survived. The two surviving Tomscat members, Jos Arkes and Gerard Fidom, are still competing and attending the Tomscat Trophy.
This year's event is also a 20-year anniversary,... (more)
Did you know that teams from France won all AAA Class rounds last weekend?
posted: Jun 9th, 2014 It does not happen very often that the same overall leaderboard of a meet weekend has two tied finishes on the top. It might have been the first time in NSL and SKYLEAGUE.COM history that two French teams shared the lead in the AAA Class, while two other teams were tied after ten A Class rounds in Germany.
There were even more tied rankings after the adjustments on the AAA Class leaderboard. The French teams completed eight rounds when AAA and A Class teams finished after the ten scheduled rounds at the annual Paranodon Cup in Germany. The total number of points after... (more)
Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League events are booming at iFLY Dallas?
posted: Jun 8th, 2014 The Texas group at iFLY Dallas has been the latest addition to the Indoor Cloud League. The May competition was the third time that Amanda Lampton collected ICL points for iFLY Dallas. The Sun Path Products NSL News had introduced the Dallas Khaos member with the story on 28 March 2014.
Her NSL Tunnel Kicker program at iFLY Dallas has been very successful, as new participants have been joining her group month by month. She said that the events are still gaining momentum generating... (more)