Did you know that 13-year old Yannick Bisson mastered five memory sequences with a 20.1 average?
posted: Mar 26th, 2015 The Canadian 4-way indoor teams completed their eight meet rounds on Sunday last weekend, and Parachute Montreal Fuzion won the AAA Class competition of the 3rd Canadian Indoor Skydiving Championship 2015 with a 21.9 average.
It was not the team's highest indoor average, which was posted by the 2014 lineup (Janylene Breton, Gabrielle Prevost, Marie-Eve Dallaire, Kassandra Gagnon - 23.6) at the same event in Montreal. Last year's Fuzion lineup finished later in 4th place at the FAI... (more)
Did you know that Dallas 350 and Spaceland Lite had their first 2015 battle on the same leaderboard?
posted: Mar 23rd, 2015 Spaceland Lite's team history began in 2009 when the first lineup appeared for the first time on a leaderboard of the Texas Skydiving League. Spaceland Lite won the Advanced Class competition two years later at the USPA Nationals 2011 and was going into the second AAA/Open Class year when Dallas 350 was formed in 2013.
Both teams have been competing with each other directly only once at a meet in Texas ever since, while they were separated at the USPA Nationals. Spaceland Lite had to move up into the AAA/Open Class in 2012, while Dallas 350 was still eligible for USPA's Advanced Class medals.
Did you know that four British top competitors will fly like a girl at the World Challenge?
posted: Mar 22nd, 2015 The latest additions to the field of teams at the World Challenge 2015 included a 3-team delegation from Portugal, headed by the Atmosfera G4 lineup, regular visitors in Bedford for many years.
The most interesting new lineup was added to the teams competing in 4-way Women, and it promises an exciting competition in this category.
The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 29 January 2015 that NFTO, with three former Bodyflight Isis members, won... (more)
Did you know that 4Astrophe and Fuzion have serious family business this weekend?
posted: Mar 21st, 2015 The 3rd Canadian Indoor Skydiving Championship 2015 is hosted by iFLY Toronto for the first time this year.
The indoor competition offers three categories (AAA - AA - A) and a total of 13 teams are scheduled for eight rounds in the 14-foot flying chamber.
The field includes several well know teams and names. The Canadian national team in 4-way Women, Parachute Montreal Fuzion, is the top contender in the absence of Evolution. However, one Evolution member is trying to make it as difficult as possible for Fuzion,... (more)
Did you know that the Bad Boys fended off the HF Chicks by one single point?
posted: Mar 20th, 2015 14 Czech 4-way teams attended the March indoor competition at the Hurricane Factory on Thursday night. It was the highest participation this year and matched the 14-team record participation of 2014.
It was the last test at the same time for the five teams who will soon travel to Bodyflight Bedford and represent the Czech Republic at the World Challenge 2015.
It was a tough test for the AAA Class teams, due to the block-heavy competition draw. None of the three teams were able to beat or get even close to their... (more)
Did you know that Russian 4-way competitors are warmed up for the World Challenge 2015?
posted: Mar 15th, 2015 The Russian indoor teams and competitors seem to be well prepared for the upcoming World Challenge 2015 where three teams from Russia (SportLoto, Red Cat, Neugomon) are registered for the AAA/Open Class competition.
Most of the best Russian 4-way competitors came together for a 5-round meet at the FreeZone Moscow tunnel on February 28th. The XOteam, winner of the Polish Indoor Open 2014, took the next 1st place in Moscow after a 1-point... (more)