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Did you know that Paraclete XP offers a special bridge between 4-way indoor and outdoor competition?
posted: Apr 9th, 2019 The upcoming FAI Indoor World Meet had an impact on the March event of the Indoor Cloud League at Paraclete, as well. Some of the usual player coaches, who perform the AAA and AA sequences and help the participants with engineering and technical advice, were not available, as the two Paraclete teams in the U.S. delegation (XP8 - XPG4) are busy with getting ready for the high-profile competition at Weembi Lille. XP8 and XPG4 will probably both be competing for gold medals in France and needed the time between Paraclete XP Indoor Championship and departure time for the final preparations. However,... (more)
Did you know that Jazz Dragons won the 8-way re-match with Brit Chicks?
posted: Apr 8th, 2019 The NSL News mentioned yesterday that the World Challenge was actually over after a small 8-way competition on Sunday, which pitched the same two teams at each other who competed for the 2nd place last year. It was a re-match for Brit Chicks and Jazz Dragons, and it was just as exciting as the same duel a year ago. It was for the gold medals this time, as the British national 8-way team MicroClim8 was not in Bedford last weekend. MicroClim8 will compete for the British delegation in the 8-way Challenge of the FAI Indoor World Meet. The Brit Chicks had finished three points ahead of Jazz Dragons... (more)
Did you know that the four original HayaBusa members met for NSL Live Talk at the World Challenge?
posted: Apr 7th, 2019 The small 8-way competition of the World Challenge on Sunday created much more drama in the battle for gold medals than the 4-way competition generated, and the NSL News will soon follow up with more 8-way details and videos. However, NMP PCH HayaBusa's cruise to the 25-point winning margin over Arizona Airspeed still offered more than enough interesting footage and topics. It's not only the 34.7 average performance, which can now be reviewed on the next set of NSL-TV videos, even though it's the third highest meet average in 4-way history, all posted by the Belgian indoor and outdoor world... (more)
Did you know that NFTO and Chimera are the new British indoor champions?
posted: Apr 6th, 2019 The 4-way competition of the World Challenge is complete, and a small 8-way meet will still follow on Sunday. NMP PCH HayaBusa won the 9th consecutive time in Bedford and was dominating like never before. It was the second time in the World Challenge history that the Belgian indoor and outdoor world champions won or tied all ten rounds. Only IFS Moscow and Qatar Tigers stopped the almost complete HayaBusa sweep in the very last minute. The French Girls had stopped a similar sweep in Round 5 of the World Challenge 2016, SDC Rhythm XP and a different Weembi lineup in 2015. The Belgians did... (more)
Did you know that British and Finnish teams have their internal showdown at the World Challenge 2019?
posted: Apr 5th, 2019 The latest two NSL Live TV clips from the World Challenge 2019 covered the very last training sessions on Thursday evening, and Round 1 on Friday morning. It was not really training for the competition any longer on Thursday evening. The last flying sessions are a part of the official competition package and are dedicated to each team's specific air speed. The "Speed Test" rounds define the specific air speed that each team will use for the ten competition rounds. Not all teams use the Speed Test flying time for a final and last check. The teams who have been training at the event site earlier... (more)
Did you know that World Challenge training continued on Thursday?
posted: Apr 4th, 2019 The second NSL Live TV video clip from Twinwoods Adventure in Bedford was still recorded on Wednesday evening and features more teams in training. SDC Rhythm XP had their training session when Arizona Airspeed had already checked out. The NSL-TV camera now had the opportunity to follow Rhythm on their way into the flying chamber. However, Airspeed was back on Thursday to get more familiar with flying chamber and air flow, and NMP PCH HayaBusa was back for more training on Thursday morning, as well. The U.S. duel goes into this year's third edition at the World Challenge. Both teams were separated... (more)
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