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Did you know that the NSL Championship 2017 will generate the best all-round 4-way team?
posted: Oct 16th, 2017 Teams and competitors of the Florida Skydiving League and other Indoor Cloud League participants came together at iFLY Tampa last week to complete their fifth 10-round meet of the World Tunnel League this year. Differently compared to the 4-way teams in the Czech Republic, Florida and Northern California continue with the monthly indoor competition throughout the outdoor season, as well. Florida has been running the WTL meets every other month, while Northern California offers 6-round meets each month. The competition draw is synchronized between the participating teams, and the draw is... (more)
Did you know that each 4-way Junior team could be in medal contention in Montreal?
posted: Oct 15th, 2017 Two 4-way Junior teams from the Czech Republic participated in the first FAI indoor world meet at the Hurricane Factory in Prague two years ago, the HF Junior Cubs and the HF Junior Flies. They finished in the last two places on the AAA Class leaderboard. FAI/IPC then created the 4-way Junior category with its separate leaderboard for the FAI Indoor World Cup 2016 at the Flyspot in Poland. The AA Class dive pool and the respective sequences (4 or 5 points per page) were assigned to the new category, while the number of rounds was limited to eight. The FAI Indoor World Cup 2016 brought a total... (more)
Did you know that the defending champion in 4-way Women will not compete in Montreal?
posted: Oct 14th, 2017 The NSL News continues with previews of the FAI Indoor World Meet 2017. This time, the power rankings present the field of teams in 4-way Women. The number of participating teams is identical with the 2015 event at the Hurricane Factory in Prague, even though four countries (Belgium, Finland, Lithuania, Slovenia) are not back with teams in this category in Montreal. Teams from four other countries replace the four missing nations. Canada did not send the national team in 4-way Women, Parachute Montreal Fuzion, to Europe in 2015, and the home team at SkyVenture Montreal is now one of the top... (more)
Did you know that the FAI Indoor World Meet 2017 features a very strong field in 4-way Open?
posted: Oct 13th, 2017 The International Parachuting Commission (IPC) of the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI - World Air Sports Federation) decided years ago to become involved with indoor competition and hosted the first world championship event in 2015 at the Hurricane Factory in Prague, Czech Republic. NMP PCH HayaBusa became the first 4-way Open Class indoor world champions and have maintained the top spot ever since, together with the top spot in outdoor competition that they took in Prostejov 2014. The 2-year cycle for FAI indoor events is identical with outdoor competition, while it is scheduled... (more)
Did you know that all original Arizona Airspeed members competed once again at the USPA Nationals 2017?
posted: Oct 12th, 2017 The NSL News has covered the history of the Arizona Airspeed lineups several times in the past years, and the story on 3 June 2016 had evaluated the Airspeed roster more in detail. The roster overview was showing that the eleven years between 2007 and 2017 have been the most successful ones domestically, even though the lineups have changed more frequently than in the earlier years. The time period between 1994 and 2003 was covered by only two different lineups, beginning with the original Airspeed members Jack Jafferies, Dan, BC, Mark Kirkby and Kirk Verner, with John Lemming on camera, and... (more)
Did you know that NMP PCH HayaBusa has good reasons to focus only on 4-way?
posted: Oct 11th, 2017 NMP PCH HayaBusa's visit at the USPA Nationals 2017 turned out to be very successful, as the reigning 4-way indoor and outdoor world champions from Belgium finished in 1st place on the Open Class leaderboard and placed 2nd behind the Golden Knights in 8-way with the Fly-In Machine 44. The 2nd place in 8-way with an 18.5 average was probably even more impressive than the 1st place in 4-way. HayaBusa was expected to outscore the two best U.S. 4-way teams, and the 12-point difference after the ten rounds in Perris was convincing enough to confirm the top spot in the world at this point in time. The... (more)
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