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Did you know that Jeremie Rollet added two variations to the Qatar Falcons' exit options?
posted: Feb 15th, 2019 The NSL News has visited Skydive City a few times in the past years when the Qatar Falcons 8-way team visited Florida for winter and spring training camps. Then it was the update on 14 December 2018 that reported a change in Qatar's Formation Skydiving delegation. Coaches Gary Smith, who had been working with the Falcons 8-way team, and 4-way coach Jeremie Rollet had decided to switch their responsibilities. DeLand Majik and DeLand Fire 4-way world champion Gary Smith would take over the Qatar Tigers, and French 4-way and 8-way world champion Jeremie Rollet switched back to the 8-way event. Jeremie... (more)
Did you know that HF Junior Cubs competed once again in the AAA Class?
posted: Feb 14th, 2019 The January competition of the World Tunnel League was just completed with new record participation, and the first scores for the ten February sequences are already on the new leaderboard. Four teams from Florida posted the first February numbers when Arizona Airspeed member visited for the indoor activities last weekend. Thirteen Czech teams followed up this week, and the best ones put the U.S. teams from Florida once again in place, as they have been doing it on a regular basis. The all-female HF Chicks seniors have picked up the pace again, after the all-female HF Cubs juniors outscored... (more)
Did you know that Phoenix XP is back with a new lineup and a new 2-year plan?
posted: Feb 13th, 2019 Phoenix XP, the U.S. national team in 4-way Women at the FAI World Meet 2018, was formed at the beginning of the 2017 season and had a 2-year plan. It worked out well for original members Christine Bruchac, Lauren Byrd, Amanda Lampton, Morgan Womble, and team videographer Elliot Byrd, who won the qualification for the world meet at the USPA Nationals 2017 as the highest placed 4-way Women team on the Open Class leaderboard. The same lineup was back at the beginning of the 2018 season for their second Paraclete XP Indoor Championship where they lifted the 16.5 average of 2017 to 21.2 in February... (more)
Did you know that Seattle Swift is back on the January leaderboard of the Indoor Cloud League?
posted: Feb 13th, 2019 The Indoor Cloud League team of the Northwest Skydiving League had a great start into the 2019 season at iFLY Seattle. The total of 115 points brought the 2nd place behind the Czech teams at the Hurricane Factory, ahead of Paraclete XP and iFLY Tampa. The iFLY Seattle team finished with a higher total only once throughout the complete 2018 season. Last year's total still won the 3rd place by five points (1262 - 1257) over iFLY Tampa on the 14+ leaderboard. Seattle Swift member Djordje Mandaric is now captaining the 4-way team and the ICL team both, while Deb Correia still participates as a player... (more)
Did you know that even a new record average does not get Monaco seniors closer to Aerokart Ak'demie juniors?
posted: Feb 12th, 2019 The French 4-way teams launched their 2019 indoor season last weekend with a Coupe de France indoor competition at Aerokart in Paris. Three French teams (Weembi High Rollers, Nephtys Weembi, Les Affranchis) had made the trip to the Wind Games in Spain at the end of February, and 16 teams competed on home turf last weekend. It was the first time that Aerokart hosted the official Coupe de France indoor event after running the Aerokart Indoor Championships many times in the past. One of the French national 4-way teams attended the competition and took the 1st place on the AAA Class leaderboard.... (more)
Did you know that Arizona Airspeed's Niklas Hemlin commented the Wind Games experience live on NSL-TV?
posted: Feb 10th, 2019 It was not too long ago when Arizonas Airspeed's team captain Niklas Hemlin discussed the two new blocks 1 (Molar - Molar) and 13 (Mixed Accordian - Mixed Accordian) live on NSL-TV with NMP PCH HayaBusa's Inside Center David Grauwels. The NSL News story on January 10th included the video of this conversation and some technical details. A few weeks later, Niklas Hemlin and David Grauwels met each other live on site with their teams at the Empuriabrava Wind Tunnel in Spain for the Wind Games 2019. Block 13 was drawn for Round 6 of the indoor meet, while Block 1 was not a part of the 10-round competition. Neither... (more)
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