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Did you know that Gary Smith evaluated the Airspeed/Rhythm showdown live on NSL-TV?
posted: Jun 22nd, 2017 There is no doubt that NMP PCH HayaBusa and other 4-way top teams in the world were watching the second 2017 showdown between Arizona Airspeed and SDC Rhythm XP at the Paraclete XP Summer Classic 2017 very carefully, along with all other 4-way fans and competitors. HayaBusa coach Gary Smith was probably studying the video footage even more carefully than all other viewers as a part of his job. The Sun Path Products NSL News connected with Gary Smith via Zoom in the middle of a HayaBusa training camp in Empuriabrava, Spain, and he was impressed with the performance of both teams. He took a... (more)
Did you know that the Tomscat Trophy 2017 will have record participation?
posted: Jun 21st, 2017 It seems like the Dutch 20+ Formation Skydiving 4-way project has not only generated a few new teams, with the signature team Orange on the top of the different performance levels. The whole 4-way community in the Netherlands has apparently been re-activated with this boost. The participation at the upcoming Tomscat Trophy 2017 is back to its highest levels. In fact, 23 teams have registered for this year's event, which matches the record numbers of 2008 and 2009 in the archives of the Sun Path Products NSL News. The Tomscat Trophy 2016 was the lowest point in participation with a total of... (more)
Did you know that the Northwest Skydiving League has a second AAA Class team?
posted: Jun 21st, 2017 The first meet of the season for the Northwest Skydiving League was forecast to have good weather on Saturday, and even better on Sunday. Five teams registered for the competition, and for the first time in many years, two teams registered for the league's AAA Class competition: Seattle Swift and Otter Droppings, in addition to two A Class and one Rookie Class team. Since the NWSL encompasses three states (Washington/Oregon/Idaho), it is set up so that teams can compete at whichever drop zone they prefer. For Saturday, the two AAA Class teams were signed up to compete at Skydive Snohomish. The... (more)
Did you know that Team Blue of the Dutch 20+ project is a combination of talent and experience?
posted: Jun 19th, 2017 The Dutch Formation Skydiving Project 20+ was introduced by the Sun Path Products NSL News on 5 January 2017, and an update with more information followed on 30 May 2017. The second story focused mostly on the signature team of the 4-way project in the Netherlands, Team Orange, with organizers Erwin van den Braak and Alex Egberink in the lineup, plus former Thunder ISR members Jacco van Eerden and Paul Hofstee, Jeroen van Dijk on camera. Even though Team Orange is primarily focused on the FAI World Meet 2018 in Australia they will still attend the annual Tomscat Trophy, which is scheduled... (more)
Did you know that R2G is a very coachable, talented and driven team?
posted: Jun 19th, 2017 The scores of the Paraclete XP Summer Classic 2017 are still on the front page, and the Sun Path Products NSL News follows up with the meet videos of the fourth team that competed in the AAA/Open Class on the June 10 weekend. Ranch 2nd Generation (R2G) actually finished in 3rd place behind the two best 4-way teams in the United States, Arizona Airspeed and SDC Rhythm XP, and ahead of Phoenix XP. In fact, R2G also outscored one of the best British 4-way teams, 4mula, in Round 1. The Sun Path Products NSL News introduced R2G on 14 March 2016 and has followed the young team's impressive progression... (more)
Did you know that 4-way juniors get their own event in Bedford?
posted: Jun 17th, 2017 I changed my mind. It's not the first time and fortunately our social and political system allows that, even though I often get in trouble at home when I do that... Almost a year has gone by since I last reflected on the part of our sport that is very close to my own heart, as I love to share things in my life with my own kids. Flying together is one of them, even though it does not happen often enough. My 4-way vision was that we all could not only fly together - girls and boys, teenagers, women and men - but also attend meets and enjoy 4-way competition with each other, and without separation... (more)
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