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Did you know that the female way teams did better than ever at the World Challenge 2014?
posted: Apr 24th, 2014 The AAA/Open Class leaderboard of the World Challenge 2014 was big enough and does not really need an extension. In fact, it was the biggest one in the history of the event. However, it needs to be extended to accommodate the ten teams who competed in 4way Women with the same competition draw. It was also record participation in this category, which has now created the most gigantic record leaderboard including all teams who performed the same AAA Class competition draw. There are many good reasons for showing the combined AAA Class leaderboard. One of them is the fact that the Aerodyne French... (more)

Did you know that the Qatar Tigers keep moving up the leaderboards?
posted: Apr 18th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News covered the traditional amateur duel between Thunder ISR and SportLotto with the story on 14 April 2014. Gavroches from France was also brought into the "amateur equation" after the World Challenge 2014. The same story also mentioned that the situation right behind the best "amateur teams" on the leaderboard was also very interesting. The Qatar Tigers are a full time national team and don't qualify for the unofficial race for the "amateur top spot". However, South Africa's former national team Voodoo would surely be in the same league with Thunder, SportLoto and... (more)

Did you know that Aaron had complete Faith in his Bahrein Army team?
posted: Apr 17th, 2014 Aaron Faith attended his last competition with Satori at the Mondial Dubai 2012. He was serving in the British military before he moved to Bahrein to run his own coaching operation. Satori continued with a reduced training and competition schedule, and Steve Hamilton filled the open slot to win the UK Nationals 2013. Satori's former Tail had connected with the military forces in Bahrein during his own service time and began coaching 4way there, while Satori continued with the Satori Academy project in the United Kingdom. Aaron Faith recently came back to his homeland, and he brought a team from... (more)

Did you know that SportLoto edged out Thunder ISR by two points at the World Challenge 2014?
posted: Apr 14th, 2014 The 4way Open Class duel between Thunder ISR and SportLoto from Russia has been going on since 2011, and the Sun Path Products NSL News has paid attention to it with several stories over the years. This duel has also been a part of the race to claim the unofficial title of the best amateur team in the world. The World Challenge 2014 featured the Thunder/SportLoto battle for the fourth time, and the Russian team won three of the indoor showdowns at Bodyflight Bedford. Thunder won at the World Challenge 2012 when SportLoto did not compete with the original lineup and also had the upper hand later... (more)

Did you know that the Hurricane Factory Chicks have moved up into the A Class?
posted: Apr 12th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News had introduced the Hurricane Factory Chicks from the Czech Republic with the story on 5 April 2014. It was half time at the World Challenge 2014, and the Rookie Class team was far ahead of the rest of the field after five rounds. The HF Chicks continued with their impressive demonstration of excellent basic 4way skills at their first competition away from home turf, which is the Skydive Arena in Prague. Eventually, they ended up 108 points ahead of the team in 2nd place with a 33.0 average. NSL-TV featured the HF Chicks with a video from eye level in Round 4.... (more)

Did you know that the Irish delegation at the World Challenge brought home another set of medals?
posted: Apr 11th, 2014 Five teams from Ireland attended the World Challenge 2014, and it happened for the second time in the history of the event that one set of medals made the trip to the green island. Kinetix had won the A Class competition at the World Challenge 2011 before Trajectory now took the 3rd place in the Rookie Class. The World Challenge 2014 turned out to be a great meet for the Irish teams, and none more than for Project 4way Rookie Class team Trajectory (Christine White, Keefe Meehan, Darren Murphy, Cia Cia NicFhionnain). AAA Class competitor Ronan Whelan (Celtic Air) explained that Project 4way... (more)


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