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Did you know that Marin Ferre is happy with the progression of his new 4-way Open Class lineup?
posted: May 24th, 2015 French national 4-way coach Marin Ferre recently updated the Sun Path Products NSL News with information of the Aerokart Ak'demie 4-way project for kids and teenagers that he oversees. He also provided a brief update of the French national team in the 4-way Open Class, which is actually his main coaching project, as the story on January 3rd explained. Marin Ferre first guided the French 4-way Open Class team to the silver medals in Maubeuge 2008 before winning the gold medals in Menzelinsk 2010. At the same time, he worked with the famous... (more)

Did you know that the Hurricane Factory has taken a 26-point lead for the ICL May sequences?
posted: May 23rd, 2015 The latest Indoor Cloud League scores for the month of May came from the Hurricane Factory in Prague, where four Czech teams combined for the total of 133 points for the six May sequences. The Czech indoor winter season with the monthly meets of the European Tunnel League (ETL) is over by now, and the Czech teams are back to the league's outdoor competition, however, they still continue to collect points for the monthly Indoor Cloud League competition. Sportflight organizer Jan Klapka said that the total of 133 points may not be his last... (more)

Did you know that the Chuteless Devils are getting ready for the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard?
posted: May 21st, 2015 Canada has a history of family teams, and the Sun Path Products NSL News has covered the Lemay family (Evolution) and the Bisson family (4Astrophe) on a regular basis in the past years. This week's story of the French Aerokart Ak'demie team project for kids connected fathers and sons in a special 4-way, as well. It's time to go back to Canada now, where the same topic continues. In fact, the 3rd Canadian Indoor Skydiving Championship 2015 also included two teams... (more)

Did you know that the 2015 game is on in Denmark?
posted: May 20th, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News published a preview of the 2015 season in Denmark on May 5th. The DFU Cup 2015 took place last weekend and became a victim of bad weather. The Danish teams had only twice the chance to get some numbers on the scoreboard, and the reigning champions, VAF Warriors, made it very clear who is the team to beat in Denmark this year. Challenger Pangaea could not even get close, and Prime Pickles did not have the event on the team schedule. The VAF Warriors attended their first meet this year, while the challengers... (more)

Did you know that 4-way kids are challenging their parents in France?
posted: May 19th, 2015 Wind tunnel practice did not only bring a new training tool to skydivers and a new attraction to non-skydivers. It also opened the door for a new generation of teams and competitors. Teenagers do not have to wait any longer until they turn 18 and are permitted to jump from air planes in most countries of the world. There are no age limits for indoor training and competition, and it did not take very long until the first kids showed up at indoor 4-way competitions. The Sun Path Products NSL News history in this area began with Ellie McCoy, who competed with Team Aeon at the World Challenge... (more)

Did you know that eight teams competed in Florida last weekend?
posted: May 18th, 2015 Eight teams attended the May meet of the Florida Skydiving League last weekend, which was hosted by Skydive City and Skydive DeLand. Three teams missed the meet (DeLand Momentum, DeLand Flashpoint, DeLand 3D), and the first 2-digit participation in years has to wait for the next opportunity in June. Teiwaz did not have any direct AAA Class competition in the absence of DeLand Momentum, and the DeLand Bees were the only Rookie Class team. However, the Bees still posted the team's highest meet average in team history and beat their own previous highscore for a round (6) three times. The first... (more)


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