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Did you know that the 4-way gender mix in Australia was 11 - 8 - 7?
posted: Nov 22nd, 2018 International FAI/IPC events include three different 4-way Formation Skydiving events, Open - Women - VFS. The NSL News usually features a combined leaderboard of 4-way Open and 4-way Women, where the teams use identical competition draws. The combined leaderboard of the FAI World Meet 2018 was posted with the story on 24 October 2018. The combined leaderboard is showing additional battles between more teams who are closer to each other in the same competition with the same competition draws. Most of the teams in both events compare their scores with the numbers on the other leaderboard anyway,... (more)
Did you know that dive pool changes are coming to the SVNH Tunnel Meet in January?
posted: Nov 21st, 2018 The annual indoor 4-way competition at SkyVenture New Hampshire used to be the last event of the year in December when original Mass Defiance member Ben Liston launched the event in 2008. He hosted it at the same location three more times before changing the date, and it became the first competition of the new year in 2012. The 2019 event, 12th Annual SVNH 4way Formation Skydiving Tunnel Meet, is once again the indoor season opener and scheduled for January 26th. The ISR Grand Prix in Roosendaal is now concluding the competition season every year. The SVNH Tunnel Meet is not only the first... (more)
Did you know that Echochamber and ISR FireFlash crossed roads only twice in two years?
posted: Nov 19th, 2018 The NSL News update on 13 November 2018 covered the unfortunate situation of the Belgian 4-way team ISR FireFlash after team member Glenn Straeluyc's work accident. The FireFlash story connected to a familiar topic that the NSL News has brought to the attention of the audience on a regular basis, the unofficial world ranking of the "amateur teams" in the sport. The same story pointed out that Echochamber, the Swedish national 4-way team, and ISR FireFlash from Belgium are currently the best amateur teams in the world. There is no official definition of professional and amateur teams in Formation... (more)
Did you know that the Platinum XP 2018 lineup has to make a difficult decision?
posted: Nov 18th, 2018 The NSL Ultimate 4-way Championship 2018 was almost completed after ten indoor rounds on Thursday evening at iFLY Tampa and additional ten outdoor rounds on the following weekend days at Skydive City. Platinum XP visited from the Southern Skydiving League region and was one of the teams that attended both events and finished after a total of 20 rounds in three days. Team members Don Hurd and Matthias Kaminski also used the opportunity of a connected Arizona Airspeed indoor and outdoor camp to sharpen their individual skills by adding more indoor training to their weekend's agenda. Three Platinum... (more)
Did you know that Arizona FM impressed with supportive sportsmanship and high scores?
posted: Nov 16th, 2018 The first part of the NSL Ultimate 4-way Championship 2018 was completed on Thursday night at iFLY Tampa. Nine teams finished the indoor day with the ten rounds of the World Tunnel League's November draw. Three Arizona Airspeed members had prepared participants with earlier indoor training camps on Thursday for the concluding competition at the end of the day. Mikhail Markine and Ari Perelman had traveled to Florida with their indoor team, Arizona FM, which is the high-profile playing field for team founders Jimmy Xu and Ian Pedowitz. Both eventually helped out other participants of the indoor... (more)
Did you know that British 4-way teams concluded the 2018 indoor season at the Bodyflight Revenge?
posted: Nov 15th, 2018 Twinwoods Adventure in Bedford, host of the annual World Challenge, added the Bodyflight Revenge to the indoor events first time in 2014. The World Challenge has been the unofficial indoor world championship event ever since former owner Paul Mayer launched it in 2006, while the Bodyflight Revenge is mostly attended by British 4-way teams, who conclude their competition season with this event. This year's Revenge still took place after the change of ownership at Twinwoods Adventure, and the World Challenge will also be held again in 2019. NFTO and Satori XL were in Australia for the FAI World... (more)
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