Did you know that John D'Annunzio won the player coaching AA Class competition by a single point?
posted: Aug 7th, 2015 Last weekend's AA Class competition was not as close as the duel between H4O in Ireland and Perris Quattro in the AAA Class. However, three AA Class teams were close enough to take turns in claiming and tying highscores for the six meet rounds.
Team Name of the Northern California Skydiving League eventually finished in the top spot, four points ahead of Southern Mix of the Southern Skydiving League. Team Name competed with the same lineup that recently competed for iFLY SF Bay's Indoor Cloud League team and became a part of the Sun Path Products NSL News story on August 3rd.
The competition... (more)
Did you know that the Northern California Skydiving League needed the second tie breaker in the second meet?
posted: Jun 17th, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News update on June 15th mentioned that the two Californian leagues did not interfere with each other at all last weekend. The teams of the Northern California Skydiving League competed only in the A and Rookie Class this time, with five teams in the A Class competition.
NCSL Director Lori Connor reported from Skydance in Davis that it was a successful event: "Relaxed vibe, warm and sunny, friendly winds with everyone having a super fun time while learning lots! We got our fast rides to 13k all day in SkyDance's Super Van and our exits made easier with its nice big... (more)
Did you know that last weekend's meets generated the year's first cross-league leaderboard?
posted: May 12th, 2015 Several indoor and outdoor leaderboards have been on SKYLEAGUE.COM's scores pages this year. The indoor leaderboards have naturally been dominating so far, as the winter season is the perfect opportunity for teams to test their competition skills in flying chambers all over the planet.
The outdoor meets that are scheduled earlier in the calendar year are still running a higher risk of weather troubles. In fact, a few of those early 2015 meets became victims of the weather (Czech Republic, Slovenia), and the teams at the season opener of the Southern California Skydiving League in Elsinore were... (more)
Did you know that Lori Connor is the Skydiver of the Year 2014?
posted: Feb 24th, 2015 The Northern California Skydiving League had a successful comeback last year and has exciting plans for the 2015 season, as the Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 17 November 2014.
NCSL Director Lori Connor had begun with her preparations for the league's comeback in the summer of 2013, and the first update was posted on 24 July 2013.
It did not take very long until she also began to organize her own group of Northern Californian 4-way coaches and competitors for the monthly Indoor Cloud League events at iFLY SF Bay, and her group has not missed a single score for any of the six monthly... (more)
Did you know that R4 had another reunion at the NCSL October meet?
posted: Oct 29th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News covered the last outdoor competition of the Florida Skydiving League on 23 October 2014 and mentioned that the Northern California Skydiving League concluded the 2014 season on the same weekend.
The Florida story featured the impressive scoring progression of AA Class team Zhills TranZend after the six meets this year. NCSL team Safeish competed in Lodi on the same weekend in the same category and also finished with the team's best meet average of the 2014 season.
Counterpoint FX and High Anxiety were actually the busiest teams in Northern California with six... (more)
Did you know that Dirty Low and Counterpoint FX pushed each other to new highscores and team record averages?
posted: Jul 30th, 2014 The Northern California Skydiving League returned to Skydance Skydiving for its fourth meet of the 2014 outdoor season. Seven teams came out to jump on a beautiful and very warm summer day in Davis, CA.
The weather was perfect, and the teams got to jumping as early as possible to beat the heat. Meet coach Samer Haija stayed cool on the ground helping teams engineer and dirt dive, while judge Sharon Hawkins enjoyed the comfort of the air-conditioned judging station.
The Rookie class had three teams, including NCSL regulars Last Minute, who competed with substitute Brian Naiman last weekend,... (more)