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News Article Did you know that Airspeed's Mikhail Markine provided technical insights of 4-way data evaluation?
posted: Mar 12th, 2023 The six AAA Class teams completed their ten rounds on Saturday, and the scores after ten slow sequences speak for themselves. Arizona Airspeed's Mikhail Markine explained as briefly as possible the details of the assessment of a competition draw during NSL Live Talk with the winner after the completion of the event. One team member was still busy when the conversation for the NSL News took place. Chris Kuhlmann was helping out for Pour Decisions when Eliana Rodriguez had to step back. She is still recovering from a back injury and could complete only six rounds. Airspeed's inside center completed... (more)
News Article Did you know that France has reduced the distance to Airspeed significantly through Round 5?
posted: Mar 10th, 2023 The Shamrock Showdown 2023 is in full swing since Friday morning. Seven teams will try to complete up to seven rounds on the first day of the competition, four more teams will join the event on Saturday morning and complete their rounds over the weekend. Arizona Airspeed and NMP PCH HayaBusa are actually planning to go back into training mode after the completion of their ten rounds on Saturday. Skydive DeLand is using a PAC for the daily operation, as well, which is the jump plane for the next world championship in Israel 2024. Arizona Airspeed and NMP PCH HayaBusa both will most likely... (more)
News Article Did you know that teams are ready for Shamrock Showdown Round 1 in DeLand?
posted: Mar 9th, 2023 Thursday was the last opportunity for training before Round 1 of the Shamrock Showdown 2023, which is scheduled for Friday morning. The French national team in 4-way Open had their last day of the 1-week outdoor camp at Skydive DeLand, as the NSL News reported on March 7th. Arizona Airspeed completed five training jumps on Thursday, and Pour Decisions, with former Airspeed members Craig Girard, Eliana Rodriguez and videographer Taylor Buffington, joined them with their own jumps from the Cessna Caravan. Jill Stephenson and Jonathan Perl complete the Pour Decisions lineup and will continue... (more)
News Article Did you know that Tall Boys won the next internal Indoor Cloud League competition of the Air Force teams?
posted: Mar 8th, 2023 The Indoor Cloud League team at iFLY Colorado added the second set of scores and videos to the February leaderboard. Three Air Force Academy teams and two civilian lineups combined once again for the total of 85 points last month. The three Air Force Academy teams had their next internal competition for the monthly highscores, this time only for the two Open Class sequences (AAA/AA). Tall Boys, 9-Ball and Artemis had the same Air Force Academy competition in January in all three technical categories (AAA/AA/A) and the 9-Ball seniors won (63 - 53 - 52). Last month, the Tall Boys cadets won... (more)
News Article Did you know that the French 4-way Open Class team is in full training swing for the Shamrock Showdown?
posted: Mar 7th, 2023 The best 4-way teams in the world usually travel to the location of their next competition early enough to accommodate themselves in a new environment and warm up with some training jumps before Round 1. The Shamrock Showdown begins this Friday morning at Skydive DeLand, and the four currently best 4-way teams in the world have their own and different ways how to get well prepared for the event. The Qatar Tigers have been training with coach Andy Grauwels at Jump Florida in Lake Wales, as the NSL News reported on February 26th. NMP PCH HayaBusa have arrived at Skydive City for their final preparations... (more)
News Article Did you know that Last Minuet had the last word in the last round?
posted: Mar 6th, 2023 The combined AAA Class leaderboard of the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship actually features teams from three different categories: 4-way Open, 4-way Advanced, 4-way Women. The colored overview is showing how the teams compare directly to each other, as they are using the same competition draw. Their scores were posted on two different leaderboards at the event, and they had their own two sets of medals. The best 4-way Women team on the 4-way Open Class leaderboard qualifies as the U.S. national team for FAI/ISC events in the following year. Three of the four teams with all-female lineups... (more)