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Did you know that Oceanside AtomiX and Out of the Blue battled for Top 10?
posted: Feb 7th, 2020 Round 10 at the Wind Games was a very interesting finale, and it was not really grande for all teams. It surely was a grande finale for NMP PCH HayaBusa, who love fast sequences. The world champions from Belgium were one of only four teams who finished the last round with clean score sheets. The overall damage for the one single round was one of the biggest in the history of Formation Skydiving competition. The combination of the slot-switching Block 3 with three random formations was the main component for the unusually high number of infringements and flaws in the flow of the sequence.... (more)
Did you know that Skydive Midwest NEXT and XPG4 both scored for Paraclete XP's ICL team in January?
posted: Feb 6th, 2020 January's 14+ leaderboard of the Indoor Cloud League is complete, and it features the first scores and videos of the 2020 season. The early submissions of the Czech ICL team at the Hurricane Factory were covered by the NSL News on January 20th, and nothing has changed on the top of the leaderboard. The HF Cubs and the Czech 4-way juniors held on to their five January highscores. Skydive Midwest NEXT were back with their new lineup for the 2020 season and posted the AAA Class score for the Paraclete XP team. NEXT had taken care of both Open Class sequences (AAA/AA) in December and left the AA... (more)
Did you know that IFS-Moscow member Dmitry Samokhval is used to double-duties?
posted: Feb 5th, 2020 The Russian team IFS-Moscow connects the recent NSL News updates after the Wind Games with the topic of teams and competitors with double-duties. Monday's NSL Live Talk conversation with Gary Smith, Jeremie Rollett and Andrew Starr included their own experiences with competing in 4-way and 8-way at the same event. Gary Smith did not train or compete seriously in both categories at the same time, even though his South African 4-way team Equanimity, 4-way bronze medalist of 1997, competed in 4-way and 8-way both at the FAI World Cup 1996. DeLand Majik and DeLand Fire, his world champion teams... (more)
Did you know that Andrew Starr, Gary Smith and Jeremie Rollett discussed recent topics?
posted: Feb 5th, 2020 Things are moving quickly this world meet year, and it is extremely busy for several world class teams and competitors. The NSL News has explained in several earlier updates who is involved in 2020 double duties. Golden Knights team captain Andrew Starr has been in this group since he joined SDC Rhythm XP. The Wind Games launched this busy season on the competitive side for Andrew Starr and the other teams and competitors with double duties. Actually, there was no 4-way team in Spain that trains and competes in 8-way at the same time. However, there were still competitors like Andrew Starr who... (more)
Did you know that Julia Swallow continues with NFTO?
posted: Feb 4th, 2020 The three teams in 4-way Women had their own separate leaderboard at the Wind Games, and they used the same AAA Class draw as the one for the 4-way Open Class. The NSL News mentioned earlier that NFTO would compete with former Satori XL member Julia Swallow at the Wind Games. She had filled an open slot for NFTO at the Wind Games 2019, as well. It turns out that Julia Swallow was not only stepping in for Kate Lindsley in Spain last week. NFTO have a new lineup for the 2020 season, and the team at the Wind Games will continue together throughout the whole year, including the FAI World Meet in... (more)
Did you know that the Gen Z juniors won the SkyVenture New Hampshire Rookie Class competition?
posted: Feb 2nd, 2020 It is difficult for any other event to catch a lot of attention if any of the most popular international competitions in the world is taking place at about the same time. The annual SkyVenture New Hampshire Indoor Championship was taking place just before the Wind Games and the event's related previews. There was barely enough time to complete the posting of scores and videos from New England in the United States until the attention shifted to Empuriabrava in Spain. Both events don't really interfere with each other. Ben Liston at SkyVenture New Hampshire attracts mostly local and regional... (more)
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