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Did you know that Defiance are getting ready for a new battle for bronze at the USPA Nationals?
posted: Jun 2nd, 2019 It is not only the race for USPA's 4-way Advanced Class medals that is beginning to shape up, as the NSL News reported on May 26th. Of course, the preparations of the U.S. top teams in the 4-way Open Class competition at the USPA Nationals are in full swing, as well. This year's first outdoor test will be the annual Paraclete XP Summer Classics later this month, as much as Paraclete's indoor championship event in February was a serious meet experience for teams in the middle of the indoor competition season. The USPA Nationals 2018 had not offered a battle for the top spot on the 4-way Open... (more)
Did you know that Amnesya and ex3MO are both back in action with new lineups?
posted: May 31st, 2019 The indoor season is still not completely over yet. Italian 4-way teams meet this weekend to determine their new indoor champions, and they may also qualify for the FAI Indoor World Cup 2020. Amnesya are the defending Italian indoor and outdoor champions, and they had competed for their country at the FAI Outdoor World Meet in Australia last year. Then they even won the bronze medals at the FAI Indoor World Cup 2018 in Bahrain. However, Italy did not have a team at the FAI Indoor World Meet in April at Weembi Lille. Team member Giuseppe Cossu explained that his team had to replace two members,... (more)
Did you know that U.S. and French 8-way experts have built a bridge between indoor and outdoor 8-way?
posted: May 31st, 2019 The new French national 8-way outdoor team has started the first year of training and competition and resumes the country's long and successful tradition in this event. By coincidence, it happens at a time when 8-way competition has been picking up the momentum in Formation Skydiving competition. Especially Paraclete XP and Weembi Lille have been offering 8-way opportunities in the past years, which even resulted in the integration of 8-way competition at the recent FAI Indoor World Meet. The momentum began with indoor opportunities at the two wind tunnels that had enough flying space available... (more)
Did you know that Volto was the first part of the current NFTO story?
posted: May 29th, 2019 The recent coverage of teams transitioning back from indoor to outdoor training and competition began with the British national 4-way team NFTO and their first outdoor training camp in Empuriabrava, Spain. A later NFTO update provided more details of the current lineup, which had its official starting point with only indoor training and competition at the FAI Indoor World Cup 2018. There was still a missing piece in the evolution of the current lineup that needs to be added to complete the NFTO picture in 2019. Point Catherine Anderson had stepped back into the alternate slot after the FAI... (more)
Did you know that R2G member Christopher Kuhlmann is the newest Paraclete XP8 member?
posted: May 28th, 2019 The NSL News update on April 24th was posted after the completion FAI Indoor World Meet and covered Paraclete XP8's current position in the 8-way world. The winner of the first FAI/IPC 8-way indoor competition at Weembi Lille has naturally the world's top position, even though it's not even guaranteed yet that XP8 will compete for the United States at the next FAI/IPC 8-way outdoor competition at the world meet in Tanay 2020. The Golden Knights will still try to win the national championships later this year and take the 8-way slot in the U.S. delegation for Russia. An earlier story before... (more)
Did you know that HF Flying Circus and M Team exited from the Antonov AN-2 last weekend?
posted: May 27th, 2019 HF Flying Circus was another 4-way team with the outdoor comeback last weekend, after a long indoor season. In fact, they were the first national team posting outdoor scores after the FAI Indoor World Meet. HF Flying Circus attended a total of ten indoor meets since October 2018 and finished off the indoor season with a 24.7 average in 10th place at Weembi Lille. The young Czech team also contributed Indoor Cloud League points for the Hurricane Factory month by month in the same time period. It was not the step up into a new dive pool category, as it was for SDC RhEvolution XP last weekend,... (more)
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