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Did you know that the indoor Top 10 were busier than the outdoor Top 10 in 2019?
posted: Jan 25th, 2020 The Top 10 indoor 4-way teams in the world competed almost as often last year (27) as the outdoor Top 10 did in 2018 (29). There is probably a very simple and logical reason for this fact. The World Championship of Formation Skydiving, outdoor and indoor, is still the most relevant event, and FAI/IPC ran their indoor competition in April 2019. Eight of the Top 10 teams in the NSL World Rankings for indoor competition in 2019 were the national indoor teams and attended the event at Weembi Lille. All of them came well prepared to the event site with enough indoor training and after competing at... (more)
Did you know that the two busiest 4-way outdoor teams of 2019 were back in January?
posted: Jan 24th, 2020 The Arizona Skydiving League held the first 4-way outdoor competition of the new year. The early start of the 2020 season at Skydive Arizona still attracted three teams to Eloy, and two of the busiest teams of the 2019 season were back in action, AZ Defiance and AZ Windfall. The NSL News just pointed out with yesterday's coverage of the NSL World Team Rankings 2019 that AZ Defiance was the busiest 4-way outdoor team throughout the 2019 season. AZ Windfall were actually right behind their regular 4-way opponents in Eloy, with seven 4-way outdoor meets last year. AZ Windfall started the 2020... (more)
Did you know that the Top 10 teams of 2019 lost to the Top 10 of 2018?
posted: Jan 22nd, 2020 The end of each year is a good reason to take a closer look at the annual team world rankings that the SKYLEAGUE.COM database generates based on all recorded scores at all recorded meets. The first part of this series is 4-way AAA Class outdoor competition. The SKYLEAGUE.COM database has scores of 149 teams for the 2019 season, which is ten teams more compared to 2018. AZ Defiance of the Arizona Skydiving League was the busiest team of the year attending ten of the ASL meets. The Top 10 teams attended significantly lesser meets in 2019 (15) compared to 2018 (29). This is probably not a big... (more)
Did you know that the British Skydive Recruitz will be aiming at 20+ averages this year?
posted: Jan 21st, 2020 Most of the 4-way junior updates are related to the Czech teams, as Jan Klapka is generating new 4-way juniors consistently at the Hurricane Factory in Prague. The Czech 4-way juniors attend 4-way meets very frequently and participate at the Indoor Cloud League events on a regular basis, as well. However, the French Aerokart Ak'demie juniors caught the NSL News attention not too long ago after winning the Weembinamic 2019, and Great Britain has actually had a consistent presence at 4-way events without getting much of the headlines. Former World Challenge host Paul Mayer had launched a 4-way... (more)
Did you know that the HF Cubs were back in full strength for the Indoor Cloud League?
posted: Jan 20th, 2020 January has once again been a very busy month for the Czech 4-way teams. The first month of the new year began with the 3rd meet of the Czech Tunnel League's winter season on January 8th. The NSL News reported on January 10th that the teams needed several alternates and substitutes for the event. Ten days later, the Hurricane Factory hosted the annual Czech Indoor Open Championship that none of the Czech AAA Class teams were missing. The HF Cubs were back in full strength and with the complete lineup, and result was the 26.5 average at the end of the 10-round meet. HF Flying Circus, who had... (more)
Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League 2019 team posted a 23.3 average in the AAA Class?
posted: Jan 20th, 2020 The AAA Class lineups of the Indoor Cloud League represent the highest level of the participating teams. Many of them are 4-way teams who train and compete at other events, as well. Other ICL teams, with Paraclete XP as the most prominent example, put their strongest participants and player-coaches together in different lineups at each event to take on the most challenging sequences. Fact is that the 4-way competitors on the ICL top level are facing month by month 6-point sequences with a slot-switching block for the AAA Class sequences. Over the course of the year, each of the six slot-switching... (more)
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