Did you know that XOteam from Russia won 1,000 Euro at the Polish Indoor Open 2014?
posted: Jan 8th, 2015 XOteam from Russia was the winner of the Polish Indoor Open 2014 and took home the 1,000 EURO cash for the 1st place after a new team record average of 20.5 after ten rounds.
The 2014 season was the third year for the same lineup. XOteam had competed with Sergy Polyansky, Alexandr Budakov, Sergey Romaniv and Tatiana Polyanskaya at the Russian Nationals 2012 (12.7) and 2013 (16.7 after only three rounds) before placing 5th last year with a 15.3 average.
The Polish Indoor Open 2014 was the last competition for this lineup. Tail Alexander Budakov is leaving the team, and former SportLoto and... (more)
Did you know that the Bad Boys are the competition team of the year 2014?
posted: Dec 31st, 2014 The team page of the Bad Boys is a very unique one in the history of Formation Skydiving competition, at least for as long as the Sun Path Products NSL News has had information and data in the archives.
The Czech national 4-way team has attended 14 competitions this year, not counting the events of the Indoor Cloud League. This is by far the highest number of meets that any team has recorded so far.
Teams in the Czech Republic completed their second indoor competition of the 2014/2015 winter season on December 18th at the Hurricane Factory in Prague, and they matched the record participation... (more)
Did you know that M4trix have double duties for the next two years?
posted: Dec 18th, 2014 It is time to go back to the 4-way thriller between M4trix and Creeps for the 2nd place in the AAA Class at the ISR Grand Prix 2014.
Both teams, M4trix for the Netherlands and Creeps for Belgium, gave each other a 10-round battle, which ended with a 1-point advantage for the 4-way lineup of M8trix. The 22.1 average for Creeps was the team's highest indoor average by far. Creeps has attended indoor competitions since 2012, and it was the first time that the team broke through the 20-average level. The M4trix lineup competed for the first time at an indoor meet.
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Did you know that Thunder ISR finished with a team record average at the ISR Grand Prix 2014?
posted: Dec 12th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News was in the middle of the live coverage for the 5th Dubai International Parachuting Championship when 55 teams competed at the ISR Grand Prix 2014 at the same time.
The story on 30 November 2014 offered an update from Roosendaal after the completion of Round 6. The missing scores for Rounds 7 and 8 were added a few days later.
The complete video footage of the AAA Class winner Thunder ISR's competition rounds can now be reviewed, as well. It shows the arguably best amateur team in the world in the successful pursuit of a new team record average. The 28.4 Thunder... (more)
Did you know that Thunder ISR is on track for a new indoor team record average?
posted: Nov 30th, 2014 The world's 4-way top competition surely takes place at the 5th Dubai International Parachuting Championship this week, with reigning world champion NMP-PCH Hayabusa, bronze medalist Evolution and US top team SDC Rhythm XP all competing for honors and cash.
However, the biggest 4-way competition runs in Roosendaal at the same time, the ISR Grand Prix 2014, where 55 teams completed six rounds yesterday.
The AAA Class leader, Thunder ISR, is on track to beat the team's previous record average of 27.9 at the Aerokart Indoor Championship 2012. Thunder stands at 29.0 after six rounds. There is... (more)
Did you know that DeLand 3D concluded the 2014 Rookie Class season with a 20.8 indoor average?
posted: Nov 27th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 22 November 2014 that the teams at the NSL Championship 2014 were not very fortunate with the weather situation and introduced team Foxtrot's very interesting lineup.
The story on 23 November 2014 followed up with NSL Talk with SDC Rhythm XP members Janette and Steve Lefkowitz and team videographer Thad Parker who all participated in the NSL event.
The story explained that the missing part of the outdoor competition was quickly turned into an indoor meet at iFLY Orlando when the weather situation did not show any signs of improvement on Saturday.... (more)