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Did you know that teams from Florida and Northern California battled on the AA Class leaderboard?
posted: Aug 20th, 2019 The AAA Class teams of the Arizona Skydiving League did not have additional competition from teams in other areas of the United States or in other countries last weekend, even though the Air Force Academy teams were actually visitors from Colorado. Only new A Class team Tang and the Harpets posted their scores on the same leaderboard with two other teams from Florida and the Northwest. DeLands Hit Show completed five rounds in Florida, even though the rainy pattern of the summer weather did not change on the meet weekend. SCZ Zeus and Furtheranze were completely rained out after Round 2 at... (more)
Did you know that Carolina and Florida 4-way teams and competitors began on their roads to the next USPA Nationals?
posted: May 21st, 2019 Teams of the Florida Skydiving League launched their 2019 outdoor season together with the Carolina Skydiving League last weekend. Both league areas will be hosting the USPA Nationals in the coming two years, Paraclete XP this year in Raeford, and Skydive City next year in Zephyrhills. The USPA Nationals offers 4-way competition in the Open and Advanced Class (AAA) and in the Intermediate Class (AA), next to the additional Formation Skydiving events (8-way, 10-way, 16-way, 4-way VFS) and several other skydiving and parachuting disciplines. The 4-way Women competition and qualification is embedded... (more)
Did you know that the Platinum XP 2018 lineup has to make a difficult decision?
posted: Nov 18th, 2018 The NSL Ultimate 4-way Championship 2018 was almost completed after ten indoor rounds on Thursday evening at iFLY Tampa and additional ten outdoor rounds on the following weekend days at Skydive City. Platinum XP visited from the Southern Skydiving League region and was one of the teams that attended both events and finished after a total of 20 rounds in three days. Team members Don Hurd and Matthias Kaminski also used the opportunity of a connected Arizona Airspeed indoor and outdoor camp to sharpen their individual skills by adding more indoor training to their weekend's agenda. Three Platinum... (more)
Did you know that SP Moderate Risk increased the meet average significantly to win A Class?
posted: Aug 24th, 2018 Another busy meet weekend follows the leaderboard that featured only U.S. teams from four different leagues, and it is time to wrap it up with a few details of the A Class and Rookie Class competition. A Class team SP Moderate Risk from Skydive Palatka came back for the team's second meet this year and took the top spot on the leaderboard with a significantly increased 6-round average, which included an impressive 20-pointer in the last round. Two teams of the Midwest Skydiving League and Waiting on Nuts from the Northwest posted highscores for single rounds too. However, Moderate Risk was... (more)
Did you know that DeLands Hit Show has a short 4-way career and a long history?
posted: Jun 15th, 2018 New Rookie Class team DeLands Hit Show made the NSL News first time on 4 May 2018 after three team members attended an FSL Tunnel Kicker for the first time in April and posted Indoor Cloud League scores for the Florida Skydiving League team at iFLY Orlando. The complete lineup had also posted their first outdoor scores at the FSL April meet and came back for the next competition at Skydive DeLand in May. DeLands Hit Show entered the 4-way belly world with so much fun and enthusiasm that the NSL News had a live interview with the team on the list for a while. The logistics for the NSL Live... (more)
Did you know that the Golden Knights upset Arizona Airspeed and DeLand Majiik both at the USPA Nationals 2002?
posted: Dec 25th, 2017 The Christmas holidays and the change of the year are usually slower times in Formation Skydiving competition, even despite the constantly increasing number of indoor events. The NSL News has an opportunity to go deeper back into the archives and add events and stories of times before the current version of the SKYLEAGUE.COM website. Yesterday's update with information of the NSL Championship at SkyQuest 2002 related to a time when four U.S. top teams battled for the one top spot and the status of the U.S. national team in 4-way Open. Three of the same four teams eventually won the USPA... (more)
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