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Did you know that Weembi's signature lineup has not competed at the World Challenge yet?
posted: Feb 17th, 2017 The recent preview of the World Challenge 2017 included the list of teams that were already registered at this point in time, and it was history a few days later after several more teams signed up. The Sun Path Products NSL News will soon follow up with the new field. NMP PCH HayaBusa and Weembi Lille are still on the top of the current power ranking, which is not going to change. Even Arizona Airspeed would not be able to interfere with the top positions, as the U.S. national team has to offer "only" 30.5 as the highest indoor average. Airspeed is neither traveling to Bedford nor to the... (more)

Did you know that more FS Superwomen pursue the ultimate goals?
posted: Feb 16th, 2017 Did you know that there has been only one Superwoman in Formation Skydiving competition in the history of the sport so far? There have been several Supermen who have won gold medals at FAI World Championships of Formation Skydiving in different events (4-way and 8-way), including several Airspeed celebrities and French world champions, all of them topped by Mathieu Bernier who did it at the same event in Menzelinsk 2010. The only female Formation Skydiving competitor who has ever achieved winning both a 4-way (2008) and an 8-way gold medal (2004) is Eliana Rodriguez. On top of that, she also... (more)

Did you know that the team field for the World Challenge 2017 begins to take shape?
posted: Feb 15th, 2017 This is the time of the year when the 4-way field for the World Challenge begins to take shape. The event has been the unofficial indoor world championship for many years, even though FAI/IPC has now created its own indoor world cups and world meets. This year's event is not only the grande finale of the 4-way duel between NMP PCH HayaBusa and Weembi Lille for the indoor top spot in the world, unless both teams qualify for the FAI Indoor World Meet at SkyVenture Montreal in October. HayaBusa and Weembi will complete their third showdown within two months in Bedford. The Belgian world champions... (more)

Did you know that Dallas 350 is back with Christy Frikken and Chris Farina?
posted: Feb 14th, 2017 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on February 2nd that former Dallas 350 member Amanda Lampton has joined a new all-female team with the goal to qualify as the U.S. national team in 4-way Women. The same story mentioned that Dallas 350 did not have any plans for the 2017 season. The Dallas 350 situation has changed in the meantime in many ways. There are serious plans for the 2017 season, while the lineup has changed dramatically. Only Scott Levy will come back for Dallas 350, and he has three new team mates, plus a new 350 videographer. Former 350 member Scott Latinis has taken the... (more)

Did you know that Florida's ICL competitors celebrated farewell to the old iFLY Orlando tunnel?
posted: Feb 13th, 2017 4-way fans and competitors of the Florida Skydiving League came together most likely for the last time at iFLY Orlando on Thursday to post scores and videos for the 12+ leaderboard of the Indoor Cloud League. The Sun Path Products NSL News reported the first Indoor Cloud League event at iFLY Tampa on 28 January 2017, and the new ICL team posted a complete set of scores and videos on the 14+ leaderboard. It is not only the new wind tunnel in Tampa that attracts mostly the 4-way fans from the west coast of Florida, especially the Skydive City community, to the Indoor Cloud League events. iFLY... (more)

Did you know that the FAI/IPC regulations for changes of representation are still the same?
posted: Feb 12th, 2017 The Weembi Lille/NMP PCH HayaBusa story continues with the video of the NSL Live Talk that was recorded on Friday. HayaBusa coach Gary Smith had mentioned the French national team in 4-way Open, RealFly-Sion, as the most improved team, which became the topic for yesterday's Sun Path Products NSL News update. The 1-day delay for the NSL Live Talk video also gave additional time to study the FAI/IPC eligibility rules more carefully and inquire directly for clarification with IPC President Dr. Rainer "Exi" Hoenle. Roy Janssen's recent change from competing for Belgium to becoming a French member... (more)


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