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Did you know that updated power rankings present the field of the French Indoor Nationals 2017?
posted: Feb 27th, 2017 The Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2017 was successfully completed, and the 4-way competition featured the first showdown between SDC Rhythm XP and Arizona Airspeed for this year's top position in the U.S.A. and the ticket to the FAI World Meet 2018 in Australia. The 4-way competition was exclusively a U.S. affair, with one exception. The Minions, with father and daughter who competed in 8-way last year and two members of the Monaco Parachute/Indoor Team, visited from France. The Laka lineup in the Intermediate Class was also heavily loaded with competitors from South Africa. The 8-way... (more)

Did you know that NSL-TV features SDC Rhythm XP wrapping it up in Round 10?
posted: Feb 26th, 2017 It does not happen very often that Arizona Airspeed ends up in 3rd place. The World Challenge 2012 was the last time when such an extraordinary event occurred. The results early in the 2012 season did not have an impact on the outcome of the most relevant event of the year though. Airspeed eventually won the gold medals at the FAI Mondial 2012 in Dubai. However, this weekend's final results at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2017 are still a significant milestone, at least for the 4-way competition in the Unites States. Airspeed has been undefeated by any U.S. team since 2006, when DeLand... (more)

Did you know that Arizona Airspeed and SDC Rhythm XP are on eye level at the beginning of the 2017 season?
posted: Feb 25th, 2017 The first day of the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2017 is over for the 4-way teams after the completion of seven rounds. Arizona Airspeed's first scores are posted, and SDC Rhythm XP starts the 2017 season on eye level. In fact, Rhythm is three points ahead after Round 7 and has also completed four additional formations within working time (193 - 187) that the judges did not accept. Airspeed had to digest the worst start that a new lineup can have before getting serious. Rhythm was seven points ahead after Round 1, caused by a serious loss of time with an early brainlock. However, Airspeed... (more)

Did you know that the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2017 begins tomorrow morning?
posted: Feb 24th, 2017 The aftermath of the Wind Games 2017 and the previews of the French Indoor Nationals 2017 and the World Challenge 2017 have taken much of the recent Sun Path Products NSL News attention, and there is more to come. The power rankings for the World Challenge were just updated, and the French Indoor Nationals will be next, as a total of 34 teams are currently registered for the 4-way events, and six teams will compete in 8-way at Weembi Lille. However, one of the longest standing indoor meets is coming up this weekend, the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2017, which was the first indoor event... (more)

Did you know that NFTO has a new lineup and new slots for the next two years?
posted: Feb 23rd, 2017 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 31 January 2017 that the British national indoor team in 4-way Women, Volition, was planning to increase the training efforts this year and what kind of an impact this could have. Volition's direct opponent in this category in the United Kingdom has been NFTO, even though both teams represented the country in different events. Volition competed for Great Britain as the official national team at the FAI Indoor World Cup 2016, while NFTO won the bronze medals at the FAI Mondial 2016. The two British teams have no agreement with each other to continue... (more)

Did you know that Koloncok stands for a cow bell on the coach's neck?
posted: Feb 22nd, 2017 The latest update of the field for the World Challenge 2017 has turned especially the power rankings in the AA and Rookie categories into a very international affair. The currently registered seven teams in the AA Class are from six different countries, even though none of the many UK teams have signed up yet. Zero from Italy has competed at the ISR Grand Prix three times, stepped up from the A Class to AA in November last year and now travel to Bedford for the first time. The HF Junior Cubs are new on the top of the power rankings, as well, even though it was only a matter of time when Czech... (more)


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