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Did you know that the A Class teams won last weekend's 4-way competition?
posted: Sep 15th, 2017 Last weekend's AA Class competition was an interesting experience for the teams that plan to travel to Perris soon for the USPA Nationals 2017. It offered almost every variation that a competition draw may create. The 6-round meet started with the fastest sequence of the six rounds, with only random formations (G,C,Q,O) which was followed by four block-heavy and technically challenging sequences. The last round eventually mixed up two random formations with a slow block, which generated the only 2-digit score (SDC Connect 4) of any team after the faster Round 1. It was a good test of the... (more)
Did you know that Seattle Swift lost six points and 15 seconds of working time?
posted: Jul 20th, 2017 Teams of the Northwest Skydiving League were back in action last weekend, and two of them competed in the AAA Class, together with two British teams. The AAA Class leaderboard did not need any adjustments, despite the different number of rounds at both locations, and Seattle Swift took the top position with a new team record average for a AAA Class meet. Swift improved the June average by almost two points and has arrived at the 13+ level. The forecast progression seems to continue as it did last year on the way to the 1st place at the USPA Nationals, where Swift competed as a guest team... (more)
Did you know that Seattle Swift might copy the impressive 2016 progression?
posted: Jun 23rd, 2017 Two teams competed in the AAA Class competition last weekend, and both are from the Northwest Skydiving League, as the Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 21 June 2017. The same story mentioned that the regular participation in the Indoor Cloud League events eventually created Otter Droppings, who completed their first outdoor competition last weekend. The second AAA Class team is not new to the Sun Path Products NSL News audience at all. Seattle Swift was formed in 2016 by NWSL competitors who started with other teams from the same area. Dmitry Rudchenko and videographer Andrey Ulanov... (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 the Northwest Skydiving League completed the 2016 season last weekend?
posted: Sep 17th, 2016 The completion of the Mondial 2016 allows the Sun Path Products NSL News to catch up with other events that have taken place while the best teams in the Formation Skydiving world competed at Skydive Chicago. The aftermath of the event will still offer plenty of information and stories, including the competition videos. However, the first break brings the review of the previous meet weekend, where 4-way teams of three different leagues (Midwest, Northwest, Southern California) posted their scores on the same leaderboard. The leaderboard of the September 10 weekend was the last one before the... (more)
Did you know that a total of exactly 100 teams competed on the August 20 weekend?
posted: Aug 26th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News goes back to the busiest weekend of the year before the next competition features teams from the Midwest and the Northern Plains Skydiving League. A total of exactly 100 teams competed on the August 20 weekend, 44 teams using the same competition draw, while the 56 British teams had and still have their own sequences for all four categories at the UK Nationals 2016. The Sun Path Products NSL News has covered the international AAA Class competition with several stories. Ten national 4-way teams created two very colorful and interesting leaderboards. Eight of... (more)
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