Did you know that Germany's national team Paratec-Saar attends its first indoor meet at the World Challenge?
posted: Feb 20th, 2014 The field of teams for the World Challenge 2014 has grown significantly since the last Sun Path Products NSL News update on 6 February 2014.
25 teams were registered by then, and 55 teams have officially signed up at this point in time, and with six more weeks to go. There are still ten days left to take advantage of the reduced registration fee, which will go up from £300 to £350 on March 1st.
78 teams competed in the traditional 4way categories last year, and the latest record number is once again in jeopardy. France has finally registered the two national teams in 4way Open (VoltR) and... (more)
Did you know that Arizona Airspeed celebrates the 20-year anniversary in May?
posted: Feb 18th, 2014 The 2014 season is a very challenging one for Arizona Airspeed. The reigning 4way world champions, with two new members after the Mondial Dubai 2012, have to defend the gold medals against the charging NMP-PCH Hayabusa who came back with the same lineup.
Hayabusa ended up only one single point behind Airspeed in Dubai and had a significantly better starting point into the new 2-year cycle. However, Airspeed is the defending champion, and both teams have more than enough pressure to deal with. France, with two 4way world champions of 2010, has become the underdog for the gold medals.
The 2014... (more)
Did you know that the Paraclete XP double header begins with the TOP 3 indoor showdown in Raeford?
posted: Feb 17th, 2014 It is no surprise that previews of the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2014 have been in the center of the attention for the Sun Path Products NSL News for a while. The winter break is long, and the indoor meets and activities have been dominating for a while.
The power of the World Challenge 2014 does not make it much easier for outdoor competition to get back to the center of attention either, and newer indoor events, such as the Canadian Indoor Championship 2014, are also moving into the event picture.
It happened almost unnoticed that another indoor competition brings the first top... (more)
Did you know that the Bad Boyz posted their highest meet average in team history?
posted: Feb 14th, 2014 The indoor events are still dominating the Sun Path Products NSL News updates. The latest scores came once again from the Czech Republic, and they were not a direct answer to the Florida group's scores ay iFLY Orlando for the Indoor Cloud League, which were posted yesterday.
The Skydive Arena in Prague hosted the February meet of the Czech Republic Skydiving League. Most of the Czech teams collect Indoor Cloud League scores for the Skydive Arena, as well. However, they also have their monthly 10-round competitions, where the whole dive pool comes into play.
Ten of the eleven Czech teams improved... (more)
Did you know that Aerodyne French Girls and Golden Knights may change the top standard in 4way Women this year?
posted: Feb 9th, 2014 The French national lineups in the female 4way category often have to look at the Open Class leaderboards to set their standards and compare their scores realistically with the 4way top performances in the world. This was standarad procedure for Aerokart Deep Blue who did not have much competition in their own category at all in 2011 and 2012.
Sophie Deremaux, Berangere Duplouy, Francoise Simons-Hamouchi and Amelie Tirman won the gold medals in Menzelinsk 2010 with a 23.6 average, 20 points ahead of Team Bodyflight in 2nd place. The meet average matched the 6th place of Sinapsi in the 4way Open... (more)
Did you know that the field for the World Challenge 2014 is shaping up?
posted: Feb 6th, 2014 The registration process for the World Challenge 2014 has once again started early, as many teams try to save some money by using the offer of a reduced entry fee (£300) before March 1st. The registration of a team will cost £350 from then on until the event begins.
One of the six 4way categories (AAA Open - AAA Women - AA - A - Rookie - Dynamic) is already ahead of last year's participation. Six teams competed in the AA Class at the World Challenge 2013, and eight teams have signed up in the same category for this year's event.
It is also an interesting situation so far, as none of the... (more)
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