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Did you know that Paraclete XP8 tied their own 8-way world record and HF Cubs are bored?
posted: Apr 19th, 2019 It was a very eventful Friday at the FAI Indoor World Meet 2019, and the new NSL-TV video clips offer a wide variety of the unlimited opportunities for news coverage at a major event. The video clip of Round 7 in 4-way Women does not only feature the two teams on the top of the leaderboard, whose athletic performances can also be reviewed on the InTime judging videos. It offers an additional insight of the people who are engaged as fans, coaches and other observers. NFTO and Weembi Nephtys were performing in the flying chamber, while their support groups are just as engaged on the other side... (more)
Did you know that meet director Patrice Girardin explained the leaderboard after Round 6?
posted: Apr 19th, 2019 The 4-way Open Class leaderboard of the FAI Indoor World Meet after Round 6 on Friday morning was not a mistake. All 18 teams actually performed Round 6, while only the 27-pointers by NMP PCH HayaBusa and Weembi High Rollers were officially posted. The judges did not have sufficient video footage for the other 16 teams, due to a flaw in the recording system, which was fixed before the last two teams in the Round 6 rotation entered the flying chamber. Meet director Patrice Girardin called the team captains to a meeting and explained the situation. He had decided to keep the two scores posted... (more)
Did you know that the NSL News zoomed in on 8-way and 4-way Junior on Thursday?
posted: Apr 18th, 2019 The first meet day at the FAI Indoor World Meet is over, and the competition in four of the five Formation Skydiving events is just as exciting as expected and hoped for. Only the 4-way VFS competition turns out to be different, as France did not even register a team - after winning the previous indoor world meet in Montreal 2017. Thus, SDC Core is ten points ahead of the field, and Russia's national team owns the 2nd place. However, there is a battle for the bronze medals between Italy and Poland. The medal positions in 4-way Open are identical with the NSL Power Rankings, while the battle... (more)
Did you know that Joey Jones commented Round 1 on NSL-TV?
posted: Apr 18th, 2019 The FAI Indoor World Meet was officially opened on Wednesday evening, after all teams had completed their speed test flying sessions. It turned out that the Russian national team in 4-way Women, under Bubble Hubble this time, needed the highest air speed in the flying chamber, while the Weembi High Rollers have the lowest number. IPC President Gillian Rayner announced during the opening ceremony that the IPC bid to become a part of the Olympic Games in 2024 was not successful. She added that the world's skydiving organization will continue with the same efforts in the near future. The competition... (more)
Did you know that the speed test videos feature almost all teams at Weembi Lille?
posted: Apr 17th, 2019 Things became a little bit more serious on Wednesday at the FAI Indoor World Meet 2019. All registered teams had three minutes of flying time at Weembi Lille to establish their final air speed for the competition. There were only a few teams who did not need the extra time or could not be at the wind tunnel in time. ACM Weembi have trained regularly in Lille and did not show up for the speed test. FlySpot Sky4Four from Poland and Papea from Spain are missing on the NSL-TV video clip of the speed test in 4-way Open, as well. None of the 4-way Women teams missed the extra flying time, and the... (more)
Did you know that Kalle Pohjola will continue in Tanay 2020 after this first indoor world championship?
posted: Apr 16th, 2019 Training for the FAI Indoor World Meet 2019 continues at both locations, Weembi Lille and FLY-IN Liege, and the NSL News follows the new arrivals at Weembi Lille. NFTO have been slowing down a little bit with flying time after the short visit to London and a day off, while the British national 4-way Open and 4-way Women champions are still successfully fine-tuning the team performance. At the same time, Nephtys Weembi's new lineup use every minute to get familiar with the new center work, after Pamela Lissajoux began to help out in her world championship slot. The French delegation is complete... (more)
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