Did you know that Lithuania's team Equinox concluded the A Class experience with a 20.2 average at Flyspot?
posted: Jan 18th, 2015 The Polish Indoor Open 2014 also included an A Class competition where three teams created a very interesting leaderboard.
Equinox, the winner from Lithuania, won or tied the highscores for all ten rounds. However, the other two teams from Poland were able to keep up with the Equinox pace in two rounds, while they battled with each other throughout the whole competition.
The all-female lineup of the Flyspot Chicks eventually won this duel by four points in the team's first competition ever. Coach Gordon Hodgkinson... (more)
Did you know that four Czech AA Class teams move closer to the 3-time winner PB Fire?
posted: Jan 16th, 2015 The 4-way teams in the Czech Republic completed their 3rd indoor meet of the 2014/2015 winter season this Thursday at the Hurricane Factory in Prague.
14 teams had attended the first meets in November and December, and only the HF Chicks missed this week's competition. The Bad Boys added their next 20+ average to the team record before traveling to Spain next week for the Wind Games.
The Flying Circus has taken a dominating position in the Rookie Class competition of five teams at each meet. Flying Circus (Lukas Kaderabek, Martina Vavackova, Dagmar Bezdekova, Hana Weinlichova, Lenka Dvorakova)... (more)
Did you know that the SolarFlakes continue with coach Luc Verstrepen in 2015?
posted: Jan 11th, 2015 The field of teams at the Polish Indoor Open 2014 included three national 4-way teams, two from Lithuania (Magic 4 - Open Class, SolarFlakes - Women) and VFS team Fly Definition from Poland.
Both teams from Lithuania had attended the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 earlier last year and before finishing off the 2014 competition season in the Flyspot wind tunnel chamber. Fly Definition had placed 2nd at the FAI... (more)
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... (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... (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... (more)