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Did you know that Mikhail Markine and Ari Perelman guided SCZ ZEUSpeed to the top of the WTL May rankings?
posted: Jun 8th, 2019 The May competition of the World Tunnel League was exclusively an exchange between west coast and east coast of the United States, with teams from Florida and Northern California. The World Tunnel League indoor season of the teams in the Czech Republic was over after the April meet, even though they continue to post scores every month on the 14+ leaderboard of the Indoor Cloud League. The Finnish Tunnel League is not done yet. In fact, the next meet is scheduled for June, and the upcoming World Tunnel League leaderboard will once again feature international competition. The U.S. teams... (more)
Did you know that Amnesya's new lineup consists of four Italian FAI indoor and outdoor bronze medalists?
posted: Jun 6th, 2019 The NSL News posted a preview of the Italian Indoor Nationals on May 31st and followed up with the scores last weekend. The story explained that both top contenders, Amnesya and ex3MO, would compete with new and different lineups. The breaking HayaBusa news on June 3rd were directly related to the update from Italy, as former Amnesya member Michele Silvi joined the Belgian 4-way world champions to take an active slot after the world meet in Tanay 2020. The preview mentioned that Amnesya could not defend the FAI bronze medals at Weembi Lille in March that they had won at the FAI Indoor World... (more)
Did you know that Airspeed Odyssey has a 15-year anniversary at the FAI World Cup 2019?
posted: Jun 5th, 2019 The NSL News reported on June 2nd that a new and exciting battle for bronze medals can be expected at the USPA Nationals 2019. Defiance is aiming at the 4-way Open Class bronze medals this year, after moving closer to Airspeed Odyssey at the USPA Nationals 2018. The NSL News also added Ranch 2nd Generation to the two teams in medal contention behind Arizona Airspeed and SDC Rhythm XP. However, Airspeed Odyssey member Craig Girard told the NSL News recently that his team does not have plans for the USPA Nationals. Instead, Airspeed Odyssey will compete at the FAI Outdoor World Cup on home... (more)
Did you know that Jessica Haugaard and Morgan Womble focus on the indoor/outdoor bridge at Paraclete XP?
posted: Jun 5th, 2019 Paraclete XP's Indoor Cloud League team followed up quickly with the May scores after the newest numbers of the Hurricane Factory were posted, and the 14+ leaderboard is still not complete yet. ICL organizer Jessica Haugaard had only one world champion available this time, Jennifer Davidson of the Golden Knights 8-way team. The Paraclete XP Summer Classic is coming up very soon, and the top teams and competitors focus naturally more on outdoor training and competition at this time of the year. Jessica Haugaard and Morgan Womble have also made the recruitment of new participants a high priority.... (more)
Did you know that HF Cubs catch up with HF Flying Circus?
posted: Jun 3rd, 2019 It was actually only a matter of time when it would happen. HF Flying Circus and HF Cubs shared the same leaderboard for the first time when the 4-way Junior team moved up into the AAA Class, at least for training purposes and competition experiences. It was the November meet of the World Tunnel League 2018 at the Hurricane Factory when the young Czech ladies took on their first ten AAA Class sequences. The HF Cubs won their first AAA Class round with a typical AA Class/4-way Junior sequence (G,15,14) at their first meet in this category. The new Czech AAA Class indoor duel has continued... (more)
Did you know that Michele Silvi is the newest NMP PCH HayaBusa member?
posted: Jun 3rd, 2019 The preview of the Italian Indoor Nationals on May 31st was indirectly related to breaking news coming from Belgium this morning. The story had mentioned that both Italian top contenders, Amnesya FlyX and ex3MO, would compete with new lineups. Michele Silvi and Mario Fatturoso did not come back for Amnesya this year, and Michele Silvi had a special reason for making new and very different plans. He is moving to Belgium. The NSL News had received a request for a new NSL Live Talk from NMP PCH HayaBusa's inside center David Grauwels, without revealing the topic of the interview. Plans were... (more)
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