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Did you know that Arizona Skydiving League teams were strong on the A Class leaderboard?
posted: Jun 10th, 2019 The U.S. teams of the Arizona Skydiving League kept up much better with the German teams at the Paranodon Cup on the A Class leaderboard, after the four rounds that all teams completed. ASL team AZ Defiance had finished in 4th place behind three German AAA Class teams for the best placement. The AAA leaderboard had the combined rankings after five rounds. The wind conditions at Skydive Arizona did not allow additional rounds. Exit Practice was new on the Arizona Skydiving League leaderboard and tied the German team Connected 4 in 1st place. Both teams had a great start at their first meets. ASL... (more)
Did you know that the Arizona Skydiving League's AAA Class is becoming competitive?
posted: May 12th, 2019 Freshly crowned 8-way indoor world champion Michelle Karamon was back to her Arizona Skydiving League project after winning FAI gold in 8-way and bronze in 4-way Women for the U.S. delegation at the FAI Indoor World Meet in April. She met her ASL partner Eliana Rodriguez once again at Skydive Arizona last weekend, where they organized and completed successfully the 5th monthly 2019 meet of the Arizona Skydiving League. Michelle Karamon and Eliana Rodriguez now also share a world championship title. Eliana Rodriguez won her first FAI gold medal in 4-way Women with Synchronicity in 2001. She... (more)
Did you know that the Arizona Skydiving League 2019 is gaining momentum before the ASL/SCSL showdown in April?
posted: Mar 26th, 2019 It is not really a big surprise that the comeback of the Arizona Skydiving League is gaining momentum meet by meet. One of the major reasons is the free world class coaching that the participating teams and competitors can enjoy at the meets in Eloy. Eliana Rodriguez and Michelle Karamon have been managing the events and providing their 4-way knowledge and expertise at the first three events of the 2019 season. However, other world class competitors and coaches have been joining the meets and adding to the 4-way experience of the participating teams. Arizona Airspeed member Mikhail Markine... (more)
Did you know that Craig Girard joined Eliana Rodriguez and Michelle Karamon at the ASL February meet?
posted: Feb 8th, 2019 The indoor competition season is still in full swing and will continue for many teams until World Challenge and FAI Indoor World Meet are over, while World Tunnel League and Indoor Cloud League events continue throughout the whole year. The indoor season in the United States concludes usually with the Paraclete XP Indoor Championships in February, and the Shamrock Showdown in DeLand, Florida, has been the first outdoor competition for many years. However, it used to be the Valentine's Meet at Skydive Arizona in February that launched the U.S. outdoor season before the Shamrock Shamrock followed... (more)
Did you know that the first Arizona Skydiving League meet of the year was a treat for the teams?
posted: Jan 14th, 2019 The NSL News announced on 20 December 2018 that the Arizona Skydiving League has a comeback this year, with Eliana Rodriguez and Michelle Karamon managing the activities and organizing the events. The first meet of the year was successfully completed last weekend, and the four participating teams could enjoy the full attention of the two world class competitors and highly experienced coaches. In fact, it got even better when current Arizona Airspeed member Mikhail Markine joined Eliana Rodriguez and Michelle Karamon at the ASL season opener on his home turf. He was also player-coaching the... (more)
Did you know that Eliana Rodriguez and Michelle Karamon offer free coaching at the Arizona Skydiving League 2019 events?
posted: Dec 20th, 2018 It's been a long time since the Arizona Skydiving League posted the last scores that were generated at an ASL 4-way competition. In fact, it was Pat For 5 (Pat Atkin, Lou Massie, Sarah Smith, Kim Winslow, Jim Vance on camera) who competed at two meets in 2015 before the league went into hibernation. The Arizona Skydiving League grew out of the Southwest Skydiving League, which was launched in 2004 and then split up into the Arizona and the Southern California leagues. The Arizona Skydiving League had its most active period in 2007 and 2008 when Arizona Divewerkz, USPA Advanced Class champion... (more)
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