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Did you know that iFLY Tampa is only 21 ICL points behind iFly Seattle (1167 - 1147)?
posted: Dec 4th, 2018 The Indoor Cloud League competition is not only coming to an exciting finish between Hurricane Factory and Paraclete XP on the 14+ leaderboard, as the NSL News pointed out yesterday. The competition between the Florida Skydiving League at iFLY Tampa and the Northwest Skydiving League at iFLY Seattle is almost just as close going into the last month of the 2018 season. The battle for the 3rd place between these two ICL teams has been even more eventful than the race for the 1st place, as the 2018 leaderboard is showing. The Florida team was far behind after a slow start in January and reduced... (more)
Did you know that it's still a 6-point difference between Hurricane Factory and Paraclete XP?
posted: Dec 3rd, 2018 The Indoor Cloud League update on November 5th presented an exciting situation after the conclusion of the October competition. The Czech teams at the Hurricane Factory had come out of their summer hole and won the second consecutive month over the Paraclete XP team. The difference for the year was down to six points, while Paraclete XP still had the lead. The difference between the two Indoor Cloud League powerhouses is still at six points at the end of November (1316 - 1310). However, the Hurricane Factory won the November competition by 12 points, and the 6-point advantage is now on the Czech... (more)
Did you know that the Weembinamic 8-way competition created the biggest upset?
posted: Dec 3rd, 2018 The Weembinamic 2018 was concluded on Saturday, and the different competition format created several upsets, the most prominent one on the very top of the 8-way leaderboard. The traditional leaderboard is showing the Qatar Falcons in 1st place after the ten rounds at Weembi Lille, while the Weembi Girls won the actual Weembinamic championship and defended their 2017 title successfully. Both teams had finished in the same order on the traditional leaderboard at this year's French Indoor Nationals. The NSL leaderboard is showing clearly what happened at this year's Weembinamic. The Qatar Falcons... (more)
Did you know that the top of the AA Class leaderboard in Roosendaal was an exact copy of the A Class?
posted: Dec 1st, 2018 The NSL News was not done yet with the coverage of the ISR Grand Prix 2018 when the Weembinamic 2018 began. The bronze medals races on the AAA and A Class leaderboards have been pointed out, and the story on 28 November mentioned that the AA Class teams had their own battle for bronze, as well. In fact, the AA and A Class situation on the top of the leaderboards were perfectly identical. The winners were far ahead of all other teams, and the teams in the 2nd places had distanced themselves from the rest of the field, as well. In both categories, four teams then battled for the bronze medals,... (more)
Did you know that SDC Rhythm XP has a long term plan with the current lineup?
posted: Nov 30th, 2018 SDC Rhythm XP has not been making the NSL News headlines much since the USPA Nationals 2018. It was a difficult year for the world class team that has been performing in the shadow of the Arizona Airspeed 4-way giant in the United States for many years. Rhythm was closer to Airspeed than ever before (252 - 258) at the USPA Nationals 2017, as the NSL News had reported on 7 October 2017. Airspeed became the US national team for the FAI World Meet 2018 and began to pull away again from the domestic challenger in the preparations for the showdown with NMP PCH HayaBusa in Australia. The attention... (more)
Did you know that Weembinamic 2018 promises exciting competition in 4-way and 8-way?
posted: Nov 30th, 2018 Weembi Mix member Julien Degen and his staff at Weembi Lille are ready to launch their special event again this weekend, the "Weembinamic 2018". The format of the competition is different than at the traditional Formation Skydiving meets. It is a combination of qualification and elimination rounds, while all teams still complete ten rounds. Julien Degen ran a test meet as an 8-way competition in December 2016 and then followed up a year later in 4-way and 8-way. For this weekend's Weembinamic he has also added the AA Class competition to the event with the same format. The participation in... (more)
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