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Did you know that HF Flying Circus broke the 10-average benchmark at the team's first AAA outdoor meet?
posted: May 29th, 2017 The next outdoor scores of the 2017 season were posted last weekend, and the teams from the Czech Republic and the Northern Plains Skydiving League carefully separated each other on the latest leaderboard. The four Czech teams posted their scores in the AAA Class, while the NPSL teams were by themselves in the other three categories. Only four Czech teams showed up for the first outdoor meet this year, and most of the indoor experts, including the multiple 4-way junior teams, were apparently not ready or eligible for outdoor competition yet. However, it was still a very important meet for... (more)
Did you know that Weembi videos feature Veloce QRF Elite and Weembi 8-way Girls?
posted: May 27th, 2017 There are still many interesting meet videos of earlier events that the Sun Path Products NSL News has not used yet. This time, the new video update goes back to the 8-way competition at the French Indoor Nationals 2017. The outstanding performance of the new Belgian 8-way team Fly-In Machine 44, with all NMP PCH HayaBusa members in the lineup, was covered on 26 March 2017, with a follow-up story a few days later. The six rounds of the Belgian 8-way team were featured in the first of these two 8-way updates from Weembi. Fly-In Machine 44 was far ahead of the rest of the 8-way teams, with... (more)
Did you know that Florida's 4-way rookies are picking up the pace?
posted: May 26th, 2017 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 20 May 2017 how iFLY Sacramento's Indoor Cloud League team completed the set of May scores on the 12+ May leaderboard with a second visit to one of the two wind tunnels where the Northern California Skydiving League teams and competitors run their indoor activities. Teams and competitors of the Florida Skydiving League have access to two wind tunnels, as well, one in Orlando and one in Tampa. The story on 13 February 2017 explained how Florida's ICL team was bidding farewell to the very first vertical wind tunnel for skydiving training. iFLY Tampa... (more)
Did you know that France, USA and Great Britain are the three powerhouses in 4-way Women?
posted: May 25th, 2017 Recent updates of the Sun Path Products NSL News covered the history of Formation Skydiving competition since 1985. The 40-year anniversary of the two original events (4-way Open, 8-way Open) at the FAI Mondial 2016 offered a good opportunity for a review. The update on 6 May 2017 was related to Russia's national 8-way team from Tanay and became the first part of the "FS Powerhouse Story". The second part on 20 May 2017 picked up the topic and focused on the 4-way Open Class history. Both stories were showing how the USA, France and Russia have been dominating the two events, although Russia... (more)
Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League has gone outdoors in Northern California?
posted: May 24th, 2017 The Sun Path Products NSL News story on 9 May 2017 covered the 2017 season opener of the Northern California Skydiving League and explained a new format that NCSL Director Lori Connor applies this year. The same story also mentioned that the Outdoor Cloud League is now officially in its test phase, and the experimental region is Northern California, as well. The concept of the Outdoor Cloud League is based on the experiences of the traditional National Skydiving League outdoor network and the successful introduction of the Indoor Cloud League. The Outdoor Cloud League is a combination of... (more)
Did you know that Russia has a powerful lineup in 4-way Women?
posted: May 23rd, 2017 The Russian Indoor Nationals 2017 did not only feature the dramatic 1-point battle between Black Cat and IFS Moscow. The Sun Path Products NSL News audience has probably noticed that there was a third team that won Round 7 and tied the highscore in Round 1. Bubble Trouble has an all-female lineup and posted a meet average (23.5) that other Russian 4-way Women teams have only been dreaming of in the past. In fact, the same 23.5 average would have won the bronze medals at the FAI Indoor World Cup 2016, not far away from the silver medal position. Bubble Trouble would instantly become a medal... (more)
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