supported by:


1665 Lexington Ave
Suite 102
Deland FL 32724

tel: (386) 490-9366

© 2003 - 2015
National Skydiving League
All Rights Reserved

BORDER=0 height=70 width=630


| Viewing Articles 73 to 78 of 581
First | Previous | Next | Last

Did you know that Gavroches and Golden Knights have something in commom?
posted: Jan 25th, 2015 The situation right behind the two top teams at the Wind Games 2015 was very similar. Gavroches from France won clearly by seven points, although the extended leaderboard shows a different picture. NMP-PCH Hayabusa still won the meet before and after penalties, while Thunder ISR actually completed more formations in the total working time than Gavroches. The nine point deductions were too much for Thunder to outscore their French rivals for the first time. Both teams have met each other every year at the World Challenge... (more)

Did you know that the current 4-way equation would result with Evolution in the top spot?
posted: Jan 24th, 2015 The Wind Games 2015 are over after the completion of the second five rounds on Saturday, and NMP-PCH Hayabusa remains undefeated at indoor meets. It was the second competition for new member Jeroen Nollet, who took the tail slot from Roy Janssen and had his first competition as a full member at the 5th Dubai International Parachuting Championship. Hayabusa's new lineup had met Canada's bronze medalist of the World Meet 2014 in Prostejov,... (more)

Did you know that Arizona Airspeed's Thomas Hughes will compete with a broken hand?
posted: Jan 22nd, 2015 The teams are set for the Wind Games 2015, which begin tomorrow. The Sun Path Products NSL News story on 20 January 2015 provided a preview of the first showdown this year between NMP-PCH Hayabusa and Arizona Airspeed. The Belgian indoor and outdoor world champions may have gained an advantage in the meantime that they did not desire to have. Arizona Airspeed's center outside Thomas Hughes broke his hand on Wednesday on the way to the wind tunnel... (more)

Did you know that the Golden Knights have a much better start into the 2015 season?
posted: Jan 21st, 2015 The "stop watch poll" did not attract as much attention by the audience compared to other previous topics, such as the discussion whether it makes sense to change Block 10 (Diamond - Bunyip) or not. The current results also somehow reflect that it does not seem to matter much how the winner will be determined in the tie-breaking rules and procedures. It could make a difference though, as the competition in 4-way Women at the World Cup 2013 demonstrated. The Golden Knights ended up in 2nd place after a jump-off with... (more)

Did you know that NMP-PCH Hayabusa's new lineup tries to defend the indoor top spot this weekend?
posted: Jan 20th, 2015 There are still a few other events on the new competition schedule for the 2015 season before the "Bedford Paraclete Showdown" will bring most of the world's top performers and many other teams together in 4-way competition. The next indoor meet is scheduled for this weekend in Spain. The Wind Games will be held for the second time after the inaugural event in January 2014. The field has grown from a total of nine teams in 4-way Open and 4-way Women last year to 16 teams this weekend. It is a strong field, and it includes the first direct... (more)

Did you know that the World Challenge celebrates its 10-year anniversary this April?
posted: Jan 19th, 2015 It's time to take a closer look at the 2015 schedule, as it will not be too long until the first major events of the year will be around the corner. SDC Rhythm XP's center inside Christy Frikken mentioned the "Bedrock Showdown" during the NSL Talk on 13 January 2015 to explain her team's travel agenda for the annual spring meet tour. She meant the three events that have launched the annual international competition season in the past years: Paraclete XP Indoor... (more)

Get your weekly updates - Subscribe to the Sun Path Products NSL News

You can comment this article and discuss it with your friends on Facebook or share with even more:
Bookmark and Share
BORDER=0 height=70 width=630