supported by:
Vigil Logo


National
Skydiving
League

1665 Lexington Ave
Suite 102
Deland FL 32724
tel: (386) 801-0804

© 2003 - 2017
All Rights Reserved


supported by:
In Time Scoring


Valid HTML Valid CSS!
Check Pre-Registration Information for the Shamrock Showdown 2018

NSL News


| Viewing Articles 1 to 6 of 5043
Did you know that 14 nations have competed in 4-way Women between 2013 and 2016?
posted: Nov 17th, 2017 The FAI 2016 rankings in 4-way Women are listing only 14 teams, which is the total number of participating nations at FAI world meets and world cups in this category between 2013 and 2016. France was the FAI world leader at the end of the 2016 season, even though the Golden Knights were undefeated since August 2014 until they discontinued after the gold medals at the FAI Mondial 2016. The U.S. delegation did not have a 4-way Women team at the FAI World Cup 2015 in Teuge, which explains the 4th place in the rankings. The French national team in 4-way Women had several personnel changes between... (more)
Did you know that NMP PCH HayaBusa and Airbus have matching spots in the world rankings?
posted: Nov 16th, 2017 The new website design of the world's air sports federation (FAI - Federation Aeronautique Internationale) also disclosed once again the latest world rankings in the Formation Skydiving disciplines. The current rankings have the end of the 2016 season as the defining point in time. FAI is ranking the nations and not specific teams, and the algorithm considers the results of the respective national teams at the last four FAI events. The world cups in 2013 and 2015 and the world meets in 2014 and 2016 account for the 2016 rankings. The FAI rankings are based on the placements at these events,... (more)
Did you know that VR-UNiQ barely fended off the 4-way junior Recruitz challenge at the Revenge?
posted: Nov 15th, 2017 There was only one other re-match at the Revenge, next to the one in the AAA Class between ACM and NFTO. It was of a very different kind and took place in the Rookie Class with a different outcome. The challenger was a 4-way junior team, one of the two Recruitz lineups, who took on the Rookie Class visitors from Ireland, VR-UNiQ, who had also competed at the World Challenge 2017. The Irish team had a slightly different lineup, as Stephen Kenny replaced Lorraine Wilton at the team's second competition this year in Bedford. The lineup at the Revenge was well prepared for ten new Rookie Class... (more)
Did you know that ACM won the Revenge over NFTO in Bedford?
posted: Nov 14th, 2017 This year's Revenge at Twinwoods Adventure in Bedford, host of the annual World Challenge, was indeed at least a successful opportunity to change the outcome for one team that attended both events. ACM and NFTO had ended up right next to each other in April this year, and the British national outdoor team in 4-way Women had the upper hand at the first meet that included the family duel between Anna and Gareth Hicks. Both teams were back for the Revenge in October, and it was once again a close battle, even though the difference was six points this time, compared to the 2-point thriller at... (more)
Did you know that Florida's Indoor Cloud League participants will re-visit the same sequences at the NSL Championships?
posted: Nov 14th, 2017 The Florida Skydiving League team opened the November 12+ competition of the Indoor Cloud League with the first scores from iFLY Orlando. The November total of 71 points was posted by three different lineups, while the score for the R Class sequence still remains open for any other Rookie Class lineup in Florida. It was the second time that the Indoor Cloud League came back to Orlando after a long break due to the closure of the previous iFLY Orlando facilities that were built in 1998. Last Thursday's FSL Tunnel Kicker became the first time for Hands Full member Emily Bombardi to get on the... (more)
Did you know that the HayaBusa - Airspeed world meet history began in 2008?
posted: Nov 13th, 2017 The NSL News has covered the showdown between Arizona Airspeed and SDC Rhythm XP at the USPA Nationals 2017 and also NMP PCH HayaBusa's situation before and after the same event. The national championships are history, and all three teams are beginning with their preparations for the 2018 season. SDC Rhythm XP continue with the same lineup and will try again to take over the U.S. top position next year, while Airspeed and HayaBusa continue with their ongoing battle at the next world meet. This battle has pitched both teams against each other since 2007, even though the Airspeed and HayaBusa... (more)
Check Pre-Registration Information for the Shamrock Showdown 2018
Get your weekly updates - Subscribe to the NSL News