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Did you know that the HF Cubs were back for the Hurricane Factory in August?
posted: Sep 9th, 2019 The outdoor summer season had its impact on the Czech Indoor Cloud League events at the Hurricane Factory, as well. Paraclete XP had missed a whole month in June, which increased the lead of the Czech teams significantly. The indoor activities were slower in the Czech Republic too, and Jan Klapka even missed a score for one of the Rookie Class categories last month. The NSL News reported Paraclete XP's strong comeback in July, and especially in August, on September 1st, and Paraclete XP actually reduced the distance to the Hurricane Factory by 43 points. The highscore for the month of August... (more)
Did you know that Airbus member Thomas Spielvogel won his next national title 31 years after his first one?
posted: Sep 8th, 2019 Oceanside AtomiX won the German Outdoor Nationals without too much trouble, even though Airbus Illertissen's 4-way team offered more opposition than expected. It still turned out to be a 9-point difference after Round 10. It was much more exciting right behind the two German 4-way top teams. Dark Energy had finished in 3rd place last year and had the same opponent for the same ranking spot, Bardarbunga 2.0 with one half of the Airbus Illertissen 8-way team. Both teams had different lineups in this year's battle. Airbus 8-way coach Marco Arrigo replaced Luc Vereecken for Dark Energy and was... (more)
Did you know that Christy Frikken helped out for her former Perris Fury team mate Josh Hall?
posted: Sep 6th, 2019 Josh Hall was one of Niklas Hemlin's team mates at the FAI World Meet 2012, where Arizona Airspeed posted the highest outdoor average in the history of Formation Skydiving competition, as the NSL News mentioned yesterday. The same story pointed out that Josh Hall has been player-coaching Elsinore Elevate in 2018 and 2019. Elevate won the USPA bronze medals in the AAA/Advanced Class at last year's national championships and will probably try to win gold later this month. Josh Hall has been organizing the Southern California Skydiving League, while he is managing the skydiving operation at... (more)
Did you know that Niklas Hemlin will try to defend his 27.9 record average at the USPA Nationals?
posted: Sep 5th, 2019 A new NSL Profile has been published, and it features Arizona Airspeed's Niklas Hemlin. The overview of Niklas Hemlin's skydiving career has been overdue for a while for many reasons. He has become one of the most experienced and most successful 4-way and 8-way competitors in the world. He has been a professional and full-time skydiver for many years and has dedicated his whole life to the sport and to his family with four children. He is jumping, coaching, organizing, and he is always open for sharing his experiences and for a joke. Niklas Hemlin was also a member of the legendary Airspeed... (more)
Did you know that Alex Predinger was the most successful German Formation Skydiving competitor at the nationals?
posted: Sep 4th, 2019 As Oceanside AtomiX did in 4-way Open at the German Outdoor Nationals, the national 8-way team Airbus Illertissen mastered the qualification for the FAI World Meet 2020 easily. There was no serious competition for the national gold medals, and the 13.9 average was well above the required 12.9 for the qualification. Airbus Illertissen had to work much harder to qualify for Australia 2018. The 2017 lineup, winner of the national championship, did not continue, and the Airbus team had a completely new lineup for the 2018 season. The German federation scheduled a qualification event for July 2018,... (more)
Did you know that Gary Smith commented the series of national championships in Europe?
posted: Sep 2nd, 2019 The NSL News goes back to outdoor competition after a brief excursion to the Indoor Cloud League, which runs throughout the whole year. NMP PCH HayaBusa coach Gary Smith was available for a new NSL Live Talk, which had the evaluation of the recent series of national championships as the main topic. Of course, the upcoming USPA Nationals became a part of the conversation, as well. The NSL News mentioned earlier that the Belgian 4-way world champions will compete as a guest team at Skydive Paraclete XP in Raeford. Gary Smith said that the team is in good shape and will arrive a week early for... (more)
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