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Did you know that even a new record average does not get Monaco seniors closer to Aerokart Ak'demie juniors?
posted: Feb 12th, 2019 The French 4-way teams launched their 2019 indoor season last weekend with a Coupe de France indoor competition at Aerokart in Paris. Three French teams (Weembi High Rollers, Nephtys Weembi, Les Affranchis) had made the trip to the Wind Games in Spain at the end of February, and 16 teams competed on home turf last weekend. It was the first time that Aerokart hosted the official Coupe de France indoor event after running the Aerokart Indoor Championships many times in the past. One of the French national 4-way teams attended the competition and took the 1st place on the AAA Class leaderboard.... (more)
Did you know that Arizona Airspeed's Niklas Hemlin commented the Wind Games experience live on NSL-TV?
posted: Feb 10th, 2019 It was not too long ago when Arizonas Airspeed's team captain Niklas Hemlin discussed the two new blocks 1 (Molar - Molar) and 13 (Mixed Accordian - Mixed Accordian) live on NSL-TV with NMP PCH HayaBusa's Inside Center David Grauwels. The NSL News story on January 10th included the video of this conversation and some technical details. A few weeks later, Niklas Hemlin and David Grauwels met each other live on site with their teams at the Empuriabrava Wind Tunnel in Spain for the Wind Games 2019. Block 13 was drawn for Round 6 of the indoor meet, while Block 1 was not a part of the 10-round competition. Neither... (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 World Tunnel League registered new record participation in January?
posted: Feb 7th, 2019 The January leaderboard of the World Tunnel League was by far the largest in the history of the SKYLEAGUE indoor part. A total of 33 teams shared the same leaderboard in all four NSL categories. The teams from California completed once again only the first six rounds, which are drawn for 12-foot flying chambers. Cali4nia Kids had tough competition with the HF Dragonflies, the all-female junior team from the Czech Republic, who finished one single point behind after the first six rounds at the Hurricane Factory. Ladies&Gentlemants, a senior team from the Czech Republic, was another point... (more)
Did you know that SDC Rhythm XP finished with a new team record average at the Wind Games?
posted: Feb 6th, 2019 The Wind Games 2019 also included a new U.S. showdown between Arizona Airspeed and SDC Rhythm XP at the beginning of the 2019 season, which concludes in the United States with the USPA Nationals in September and the qualification for the next FAI World Meet 2020 in Tanay, Russia. The FAI World Cup 2019 will still follow in October on Airspeed home turf at Skydive Arizona. However, the scores at the national championships determine the U.S. national teams for the next year. The U.S. delegation for the FAI World Cup 2019, with four eligible teams in each event, is selected by the results at last... (more)
Did you know that Paraclete XP and Hurricane Factory have similar good problems?
posted: Feb 6th, 2019 The NSL News reported the first monthly scores of the Indoor Cloud League competition in 2019 with the update from the Hurricane Factory in the Czech Republic on February 2nd. It was a great start for the Czech 4-way teams, as they almost matched the December total (145) that finally wrapped up the 2-point advantage over the Paraclete XP team for the year (1461 - 1459) even though Paraclete had won the December competition (149). However, Jan Klapka mentioned earlier that he has a good problem, as his 4-way Junior teams are progressing so quickly through the first stages of 4-way competition... (more)
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