Did you know that 11-year old Yannick Bisson is a very focused 4way competitor?
posted: Apr 4th, 2014 The NSL-TV videos of Round 3 are showing how XL lost the 2nd place before winning it back in Round 4. They also include the videos of the same round in 4way Women where the Aerodyne French Girls gave up the first highscore to the Golden Knights.
The Sun Path Products NSL News then followed one of the AA Class teams throughout the preparations for Round 3, the competition performance in the flying chamber and the aftermath. 4Astrophe from Canada is not new to the audience after several updates from Canada, including the Canadian Indoor Skydiving Championship 2014.
4Astrophe is one of the growing... (more)
Did you know that the NMP-PCH Hayabusa 4way machine keeps adding points to the lead?
posted: Apr 4th, 2014 The judging for Round 3 has been completed in four of the five 4way categories, and NMP-PCH Hayabusa keeps going like a 4way machine. There is a 12-point distance to the team in 2nd place after three rounds...
The battle for the 2nd place is just as exciting as the scores after Round 2 indicated. There has been a different leader of the 4-pack after each round. Volt'R was in 2nd place after Round 1 before SportLoto and XL took that spot in Round 2. Round 3 has a new team in 2nd place with Gavroches.
Thunder took a point from SportLoto in Round 3 but has to watch out, as well. Qatar Tigers... (more)
Did you know that four teams are battling for the 2nd place in AAA/Open at the World Challenge?
posted: Apr 4th, 2014 As usual, it is difficult to keep up with the pace at Bodyflight Bedford. Round 2 is almost complete, and the teams are getting ready for Round 3.
It is no surprise at all that NMP-PCH Hayabusa is six points ahead after Round 2. It would be a surprise if any other team were able to just win a single round. There is no competition for the Belgians at the World Challenge 2014 without Arizona Airspeed, and even the reigning world champions had a hard time challenging Hayabusa seriously at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2014.
However, there is a very hot race going for the 2nd place. XL,... (more)
Did you know that fastest round of the World Challenge is the jump-off sequence?
posted: Apr 4th, 2014 The World Challenge 2014 is in full swing after the opening briefing at 8:00 AM on Friday morning. The 87 teams in the 4way competition are sharing the space with each other for their preparations, and the new NSL-TV clip provides the first impressions.
Bodyflight Bedford has a lot of space available, as host Paul Mayer finds and develops more areas each year. However, even the generous space seems to be crowded when 87 teams are in the middle of a 4way competition.
The Sun Path Products NSL News made the morning tour for the first NSL Reality TV clip before the competition began and will... (more)
Did you know that XL and the Fun Flag are not directly connected?
posted: Apr 3rd, 2014 The last update from the World Challenge 2014 at Bodyflight Bedford on Thursday features the most important part of the indoor competition - the actual flying part in the 16-foot tunnel chamber.
The official training sessions for all teams began at 5:00 PM, and the latest NSL-TV clip presents a colorful mixture of teams who participate at this year's event, starting at Rookie Class newcomer HF Chicks from the Czech Republic, including Dynamic 2way performances, and finishing with the famous XL warmup sequences.
XL has never been too serious about their last and official training sessions... (more)
Did you know that Cats in a Bath speak four languages and go far back in 4way history?
posted: Apr 3rd, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 23 February 2014 that Joey Jones and Paul Mayer are back at the World Challenge 2014 with Bodyflight Black Majick and the same lineup as last year. Black Majick has signed up for the A Class competition.
It is not the only team for Joey Jones. The field of 4way teams also includes AAA Class team "Cats in a Bath", and the Sun Path Products NSL News found all four team members at least in the same room at the same time. Joey Jones was working with Portugal's national team Atmosfera G4, while Luc Verstrepen, Marco Arrigo and Martial Ferre were watching... (more)