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Did you know that SDMW NEXT member Daniele Smythe won USPA Advanced Class gold at her first national championship with 500+ jumps?
posted: Sep 24th, 2017 Training for the USPA Nationals 2017 is slowly coming to an end on Sunday afternoon at Skydive Perris. The team briefing and competitors meeting is scheduled for 7 PM and will be one of the largest gatherings of 4-way fans in the history of the sport. The briefing will be followed by the competition draw, and the teams will get busy with engineering the ten rounds and then preparing the meet opener for Monday morning as good as possible. Sunday was a light training day for many teams who arrived on the weekend and tried to get in the California air over Skydive Perris to get familiar with... (more)
Did you know that the USPA Nationals 2017 offer many exciting battles?
posted: Sep 22nd, 2017 The 22 teams at the ESL Championship 2017 have completed six rounds on the first day of the competition in Saarlouis, and it will be difficult to stop the German delegation from defending the ESL Spirit successfully. Two more teams from Europe are in Perris to compete at the USPA Nationals 2017. The exact number of teams will be published later, and USPA Director of Sports, Randy Connell, said that he anticipates a total number of 80 teams in 4-way. The VFS 4-way competition is in full swing after six rounds on Friday. The two European 4-way teams are from Belgium, as the NSL News reported... (more)
Did you know that the ESL Championship power rankings promise exciting competition in Saarlouis?
posted: Sep 22nd, 2017 This weekend is the start of a very busy time for the NSL News audience. The ESL Championship begins today, and the belly flying part of the Formation Skydiving competition USPA Nationals has Round 1 scheduled for Monday morning. The field of teams is set for the ESL Championship in Saarlouis, and the competition draw has been posted for the teams in all four 4-way categories. Germany is the defending ESL Spirit champion, and it seems like a strong 2017 delegation with a team in each category is planning to defend the sword on home turf. The power rankings are showing the positioning of the... (more)
Did you know that Florida and Northwest teams now focus on the USPA Nationals?
posted: Sep 20th, 2017 Three teams of the Florida Skydiving League came together at Skydive City in Z-Hills last weekend for the last meet of the 2017 season in Florida before the NSL Championship 2017, which will also be hosted by Skydive City this year. It was also the last outdoor test for teams before the upcoming USPA Nationals in Perris, where AA Class team SCZ ZEUS will compete in the Intermediate Class for the second time. In fact, the ZEUS members had exactly one week after the last training jump on Sunday before the competition draw will take place in Perris this Sunday. ZEUS first completed the 10-round... (more)
Did you know that Pajama Pumas are ready for AAA after 0.2 in Rookie Class last year?
posted: Sep 19th, 2017 The UK Nationals traditionally include great competition in the other three 4-way categories (AA - A - Rookie) that the British Parachute Association (BPA) applies at the national championships, as well as at the monthly meets of the United Kingdom Skydiving League (UKSL). The exciting 1-point battle in the AA Class between winner Salty Jacks and Pajama Pumas was mentioned in the story on 28 August 2017 that was also a preview of the ESL Championship 2017. It was just as exciting in the A Class, where RAFSPA Venom and Bacchus were tied in 2nd place after Round 8 and had to break their tie... (more)
Did you know that Formation Skydiving competition recently celebrated its 30-year anniversary?
posted: Sep 18th, 2017 Formation Skydiving competition as we know was born in 1985. The FAI Mondial 2016 at Skydive Chicago was actually the 30-year celebration of World Championships of Formation Skydiving in its modern version with a dive pool and 5-or-6-point sequences in the Open Class. Well, there was an FAI World Cup in 2015, which was the first part of the celebration at the Dutch Skydiving Center in Teuge. It was a great event, but a World Cup is a World Cup, and a World Meet is a World Meet. What's the difference? Only one national team is allowed to compete for a country at the FAI World Meet. It's the Olympics... (more)
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