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News Article Did you know that Apex make plans for the next outdoor world championship?
posted: Sep 21st, 2023 Teams and competitors at the USPA Nationals 2023 have turned to the 16-way event, where the combination of Arizona Airspeed, GKXP8 and XPG4, with two outsiders (Steve Lefkowitz, Doug Barron), dominate the leaderboard the same way as they did in 4-way and 8-way. The NSL News is catching up with other events in the meantime, this time with more news from Great Britain. The update that covered the British Outdoor Nationals on September 17th focused mostly on NFTO's situation before and after the 23rd FAI World Cup of Formation Skydiving. The same update pointed out that the British national... (more)
News Article Did you know that XPG4 is the first 4-way Women team in 2nd place at USPA Nationals?
posted: Sep 20th, 2023 As it could be expected, Arizona Airspeed came back with vengeance after the Round 1 disaster. They did not allow any other team to get anywhere close to their highscores in the following nine rounds and still finished with the highest outdoor average that the current lineup has posted so far. The two teams who had outscored the 4-way world champions in Round 1, SDC Rhythm XP and XPG4, had a few of their own point deductions in the same Super Sequence and then followed up with their battle for the positions behind Arizona Airspeed. Rhythm started two points ahead of XPG4, which lasted only for... (more)
News Article Did you know that Arizona Airspeed gave away the first outdoor round since October 2021?
posted: Sep 19th, 2023 The story of the 4-way Super Sequence in Round 1 at the USPA Nationals 2023 began on Sunday evening during the opening ceremony at the end of the day. Meet Director Randy Connell and Chief Judge Judy Celaya handed out copies of the competition draw to the team captains after the welcome briefing for the 56 teams. The participation was significantly higher than last year when 48 teams competed at Skydive Chicago. It was not a live competition draw as it was done at Skydive Voss for the 23rd FAI World Cup of Formation Skydiving, where Dutch judge Rogier Carper drew the numbers and letters manually... (more)
News Article Did you know that NFTO were back on the podium at the national outdoor championship?
posted: Sep 17th, 2023 The series of aftermath events behind the 23rd FAI World Cup of Formation Skydiving also included the British Outdoor Nationals 2023, which were held on the weekend when the German Outdoor Nationals 2023 were concluded at the Fallschirmsportzentrum Saar.. Team Apex won the 4-way AAA Class title this month, after the British 4-way champion team of 2022, Chimera, had decided to discontinue after the 5th place at the FAI Outdoor World Championship 2022, as the NSL News reported on January 24th. The door to the national championship title and the qualification for the next outdoor world championship... (more)
News Article Did you know that the Bisson family has new 4Astrophe plans for Israel 2024?
posted: Sep 15th, 2023 The NSL News has paid attention to 4-way family teams for a long time, and the recent update from the combined Belgian/Dutch outdoor championship featured the next and latest version with Belgian bronze medal team Family Flash and the Ibens family at their first competition together. The special attention has been directed at family teams that consist of different generations and/or siblings. Married or unmarried couples together in 4-way lineups have never been unusual in the sport at all, and some of them even made it to the gold medal level in the past and presence. One of the most popular,... (more)
News Article Did you know that Siem Ibens won his first Belgian 4-way medal with 16 years of age?
posted: Sep 14th, 2023 Gary Smith was one of the most successful 4-way competitors in the sport, with two world championship titles of 2004 and 2006 under his belt. He started his career as a coach while he was still competing and has been just as successful with his job. He guided NMP PCH HayaBusa to the team's first world championship title in Prostejov 2014 and helped to defend the 4-way title in 2016, 2018 and 2021. He knows the Belgian team and their history better than anybody else, even though he has been a full-time coach for Qatar's Formation Skydiving delegation for several years. The new NSL Live Talk... (more)