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Did you know that Round 10 between Chimera and Eros was like a jump-off?
posted: Aug 27th, 2019 The aftermath of the UK Nationals begins with the dramatic battle between Chimera and Eros for the BPA silver medals. The InTime competition videos now allow a review of this 10-round duel. In fact, it almost became a competition for the gold medals, too. NFTO were safely in 1st place, nine points ahead of Chimera after Round 6. The first two rounds on Sunday changed the situation significantly when Chimera reduced the difference with two sole highscores by six points. Only three points were left of NFTO's 9-point lead, and there were two more rounds to go. NFTO picked up the pace again and... (more)
Did you know that Amnesya won the team's second outdoor title in Italy?
posted: Aug 26th, 2019 The second day of the UK Nationals 2019 was just as exciting as the NSL News story on August 24th expected it to be. Chimera eventually took the silver medal position away from Eros by two points and outscored NFTO by the total of the last four rounds. The UK Nationals over-shadowed the national outdoor championship in Italy that took place at the same time in Fano. The annual duel for the top spot between Amnesya and eX3MO had the same outcome as in 2018. Amnesya defended the 4-way outdoor title successfully and won the second set of Italian gold medals. eX3MO was the Italian 4-way champion... (more)
Did you know that Eros and Chimera will probably feature a thrilling battle for silver at the UK Nationals?
posted: Aug 24th, 2019 The UK Nationals 2019 are in full swing, and the four teams that Joey Jones mentioned during his NSL Live Talk preview on Friday are in the TOP 4 positions. Only the ranking order is different than expected, and Team 4mula is probably too far behind the well trained opponents currently in the medal positions. Joey Jones is expecting Chimera to clean up the performance in the remaining four rounds and avoid more penalties, with the help of coach Katie Woods, whose brother James is in the Chimera lineup. He had expected Chimera as the top challenger for NFTO, while his own team Eros is in 2nd... (more)
Did you know that the 8-way competition at the USPA Nationals features a 3rd U.S. top contender?
posted: Aug 23rd, 2019 The USPA Nationals have always been a 1st Category event in international Formation Skydiving competition, even though it is a national championship. The winning teams in any event will most likely compete for FAI medals at the next international high-profile competition, and guest teams from other countries often visit to measure up with the best U.S. teams. This year, and next month at Skydive Paraclete in Raeford, the reigning 4-way world champions from Belgium, NMP PCH HayaBusa, will try to finish once again on top of the USPA leaderboard, as they did two years ago in Perris, California.... (more)
Did you know that Joey Jones expects a race of four teams for three medal positions at the UK Nationals?
posted: Aug 22nd, 2019 The UK Nationals are coming up this weekend, and Joey Jones has transitioned from Sweden to Skydive Hibaldstow in Great Britain. He had updated the NSL News with information from the Swedish Nationals on July 24th and mentioned that his next stop will be back on his current home turf. He provided a preview of the upcoming national championships, where he is aiming at the medal positions with his own team, Eros. He is expecting an interesting situation at the top of the leaderboard. There are probably four teams who have the potential for finishing in one of the three medal positions, and... (more)
Did you know that the USPA Nationals are next for the Texas Skydiving League teams?
posted: Aug 21st, 2019 The last meet of the Texas Skydiving League, this year's Dallas Super Cup, was scheduled a weekend before several more teams posted their scores in all categories, and the teams in Texas had the whole leaderboard for themselves. It was the final meet of the Texas Skydiving League 2019 season and took place at Spaceland Dallas on Saturday, August 10th. Meet director Scott Latinis kicked off the meet with the competitor briefing, introduced judges Ron Shipp and Bill Schmitt, and followed up with a discussion of the basic rules of a 4-way meet, before DZ manager Ben Nelson finished with a thorough... (more)
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