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Did you know that Russia's Tanay 8-way team will compete at the USPA Nationals?
posted: Sep 15th, 2019 The NSL News has transitioned to Raeford, where the Formation Skydiving competition of the USPA Nationals begins on Monday with Round 1 in the 4-way events at Skydive Paraclete XP. Some teams were still using the Paraclete XP wind tunnel and its 16-foot flying chamber for the final preparations, and a visit there is only a 15-minute drive from the dropzone. It was not only team training that took place at Paraclete XP. In fact, the September event of Paraclete XP's Indoor Cloud League team was scheduled for Friday evening before the USPA Nationals, and Morgan Womble was organizing once again... (more)
Did you know that Skynamite will try to beat their 14.0 average at the FAI World Cup?
posted: Sep 13th, 2019 The German national team in 4-way Women at the FAI Outdoor World Meet 2018 finished in 5th place at the German Outdoor Nationals last month. The NSL News reported with an update on August 29th that Skynamite would have "serious work ahead" to master the qualification requirement that the German skydiving federation (DFV) had set for the 4-way Women event. Skynamite were standing at a 13.9 average after Round 7, shortly behind the required 14.1 average, which would qualify a German team for the next world meet in Tanay 2020. Neither the winner in 4-way Open, Oceanside AtomiX, nor the Airbus... (more)
Did you know that MicroClim8 won the UK Nationals after three training jumps?
posted: Sep 12th, 2019 MicroClim8, the British 8-way team, has won the national championship in this category consecutively since 2010, with one exception. The Ex-Presidents outscored MicroClim8 once in 2015 and then allowed them to take back the 8-way title a year later. MicroClim8 has also represented Great Britain at all FAI world meets ever since the team was founded in 2011, with another exception. The Brit Chicks competed at the FAI Mondial in Dubai 2012, even though MicroClim8 had won the qualifying UK Nationals in 2011. The 2018 lineup was the strongest one in the history of the British 8-way team. MicroClim8... (more)
Did you know that Phoenix XP member Irina Meshcheryakova has joined iFLY Seattle's ICL team?
posted: Sep 11th, 2019 The Indoor Cloud League leaderboards for the month of August are finally complete, with the latest scores and videos coming from the iFLY wind tunnel teams in Seattle, Dallas and SF Bay. Only Hurricane Factory and iFLY Dallas each missed a score for one category. Kyle Hermberg at iFLY Dallas had a complete Rookie Class team in his August lineup. However, FUP Ducks did not perform the R Class sequence and scored only the 7-pointer for the RR Class. It's the same team that attended its first outdoor competition at the last meet of the Texas Skydiving League, the Dallas Super Cup. FUP Ducks... (more)
Did you know that Pajama Pumas and Alola complete the UK 4-way delegation for the FAI World Cup?
posted: Sep 11th, 2019 The AAA Class field of the UK Nationals also included two more teams who will compete at the FAI Outdoor World Cup in Eloy next month. The NSL News mentioned earlier that NFTO, Chimera and Eros will compete for the British delegation in one of the 4-way categories. The FAI rules for world cups allow a maximum of four teams to represent each country, while all five British teams were on the same leaderboard at the UK Nationals. However, the British delegation has options to chose from, as two of the five teams (NFTO - Alola) could also compete in 4-way Women. Chimera, Eros and Pajama Pumas with... (more)
Did you know that the German Nationals featured an interesting international 8-way competition?
posted: Sep 10th, 2019 The 8-way competition at the German Outdoor Nationals turned out to be not only the qualification event for the German national team Airbus Illertissen for the next world meet in Tanay 2020. The NSL News reported on September 4th how Airbus mastered the qualification requirement of a 12.9 average quite easily. The visit of Qatar's national 8-way team, the Falcons, and Martial Ferre's Veloce QRF team gave the competition also an international atmosphere. The Qatar Falcons are the reigning FAI bronze medalists after the 3rd place at the FAI Outdoor World Meet 2018 in Australia. Veloce QRF added... (more)
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