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)
Did you know that the jumpoff at the World Challenge 2014 was a nerve-wracker?
posted: Apr 8th, 2014 The most exciting part of the World Challenge 2014 has only been shown in numbers on the leaderboard so far, the jumpoff between XL and Volt'R.
The Sun Path Products NSL News now provides a comprehensive review of the 11-round competition between the two teams, which was actually a 3-team battle for a while. Gavroches from France was in 2nd place behind NMP-PCH Hayabusa through Round 6 and then fell behind. The graphic shows the intensity of the battle for the 2nd place and XL's and Volt'R's road to the jumpoff.
The battle for the 2nd place between Volt'R, the new French national 4way Open... (more)
Did you know that NSL-TV presents two hours in the competition life of NMP-PCH Hayabusa?
posted: Apr 6th, 2014 The NSL-TV coverage of the top teams in 4way Open and 4way Women at the World Challenge 2014 live from the flying chamber at Bodyflight Bedford missed a few rounds when the Sun Path Products NSL News had other topics on the meet agenda. One of them was the best indoor 4way team in the history of Formation Skydiving competition, NMP-PCH Hayabusa.
Fortunately, there is other footage available that presents all teams from the judging perspective, and NSL-TV will follow up with as much videos as possible. Bodyflight Bedford and InTime provided the footage from the top view and allowed the Sun Path... (more)
Did you know that the Golden Knights had a much better second half at the World Challenge 2014?
posted: Apr 6th, 2014 The World Challenge 2014 is over, and NSL-TV is now catching up with earlier videos, which have been showing a new entry technique this year. Bodyflight Bedford's host Paul Mayer and Paraclete XP's host John D'Annunzio discussed at the World Challenge 2013 how they could synchronize the beginning of the working time at their indoor events and came to a conclusion that they both applied this year at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2014 and now at the World Challenge 2014.
John D'Annunzio's team Paraclete XP4 competed in Bedford last year, and it was a great opportunity to find the best way... (more)
Did you know that NSL-TV zoomed in on NMP-PCH Hayabusa?
posted: Apr 5th, 2014 NSL-TV now presents the last videos of yesterday's five rounds and Round 6 on Saturday morning.
The video coverage of a round in the 4way AAA/Open Class always concludes with the NMP-PCH Hayabusa performance, as the teams were set in a roughly expected ranking order.
The video of Round 6 features the Belgians from a different camera angle. Actually, the camera zooms in more than usual and tries to catch as much as possible of the facial expressions, the "game faces". It is fascinating to watch any skydiving competitor perform, and it is much easier when the faces are only a few feet away.... (more)
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