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Did you know that High Five finished off their first 10-round A Class meet in a special way?
posted: Aug 30th, 2019 The Czech Outdoor Nationals are part of the series of national championships in Europe, and they were completed at the same time as the Italian Nationals 2019. The German teams added a few more rounds, and Oceanside AtomiX increased the lead in 4-way Open. Skynamite is now on track to beat the 14.1 qualification average for Tanay 2020. At the same time, the Dutch teams have launched their national championship, and Out of the Blue had an impressive start. Jan Klapka in the Czech Republic had invited other European teams to visit his national championship in Most. However, the event schedule... (more)
Did you know that Out of the Blue and HF Flying Circus share an outdoor leaderboard for the first time?
posted: Jul 6th, 2019 It was only a few days ago when the NSL News update included a leaderboard with two national teams, Pro Team from Finland and CTR Optimum from Brazil, who had never posted scores at the same event. It was the June indoor competition of the World Tunnel League that had brought the two teams together on the same leaderboard for the first time. By coincidence, a very similar situation is happening this weekend, at two different outdoor events this time, the July meet of the Czech Skydiving League and the annual Tomscat Trophy in the Netherlands. There are once again two national teams who are... (more)
Did you know that HF Flying Circus and M Team exited from the Antonov AN-2 last weekend?
posted: May 27th, 2019 HF Flying Circus was another 4-way team with the outdoor comeback last weekend, after a long indoor season. In fact, they were the first national team posting outdoor scores after the FAI Indoor World Meet. HF Flying Circus attended a total of ten indoor meets since October 2018 and finished off the indoor season with a 24.7 average in 10th place at Weembi Lille. The young Czech team also contributed Indoor Cloud League points for the Hurricane Factory month by month in the same time period. It was not the step up into a new dive pool category, as it was for SDC RhEvolution XP last weekend,... (more)
Did you know that HF Flying Circus is the new Czech 4-way champion?
posted: Aug 6th, 2018 The scores of two of the teams on last week's AAA Class leaderboard came from the Czech Republic where a total of five teams attended the national championships this year. Bad Boys were the defending national champions and did not even try to oppose HF Flying Circus this year. Bad Boys won the national 4-way title consecutively between 2013 and 2017 and were still quite far ahead (13.0 - 10.5) of the young Czech team at the national championships last year. HF Flying Circus had competed for the first time in the AAA Class at national championships in September 2017. Both teams did not meet... (more)
Did you know that AAA Class teams from three different countries shared the leaderboard last weekend?
posted: Jul 6th, 2018 Last weekend's events created once again an interesting international AAA Class leaderboard. Teams from Germany, United States and Czech Republic competed at three different locations (Nordcup at YUU Skydive in Itzehoe, CZ Cup in Most, SCSL June meet in Elsinore) and used the same competition draw. AtomiX YUU won the AAA Class competition in Germany easily and finished on top of the combined leaderboard. AtomiX was still not very happy with the 10-round performance, as the German team has scored significantly higher last year and was aiming at a higher meet average than the 15.5 that won the... (more)
Did you know that HF Flying Circus have arrived at the Czech outdoor top level?
posted: May 28th, 2018 The first combined outdoor leaderboard of the year with a synchronized competition draw brought together teams from three different locations. Nine teams competed at the outdoor season opener of the Midwest Skydiving League at Skydive Chicago, six teams for the Northern Plains Skydiving League at Skydive Twin Cities, and six more teams of the Czech Skydiving League turned it into an international meet weekend. The three AAA Class teams from the Czech Republic completed all ten rounds in Prostejov, while the two meets in the United States were scheduled for only six rounds, which were all completed... (more)
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