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Did you know that the Dutch Team Red finished on top of the NSL Ultimate 4-way AA Class Rankings 2018?
posted: Jan 20th, 2019 The NSL News story on 27 December 2018 had presented the best ultimate 4-way teams in the world. All available scores in the database of 2018 were used to find the world's strongest 4-way teams in both environments, indoor and outdoor competition. The story covered only the AAA Class teams, and there was no big difference between the number of indoor and outdoor teams in the respective Top 15 positions. Only three teams in the Top 15 of the indoor rankings did not compete at outdoor meets, as well. (more)
Did you know that France is back in 8-way with a national indoor lineup for the world meet?
posted: Jan 19th, 2019 Several stories that covered last year's FAI World Meet 2018 in Australia and the run-up to the event pointed out that France would not send a national 8-way team. It become an unusual and sad reality when the 8-way leaderboard did not show a team from France. It was the first time in Formation Skydiving history that France did not compete in 8-way and logically did not win a medal. The Golden Knights continued their next "Decade of Excellence" with the 4th consecutive 8-way victory in Australia. Russia's Tanay 8-way team placed 2nd, and the Qatar Falcons won the bronze medals. French national... (more)
Did you know that Skydive University Slovakia completed four 10-round meets within one month?
posted: Jan 18th, 2019 The exciting January competition of the World Tunnel League did not only feature the special family situations on the top of the leaderboard and the battle of the female 4-way generations in the Czech Republic. The AAA Class field alone had even more to offer in the middle of the leaderboard. Pro Team and HF Flying Circus were separated by only two points for the AAA top spot. However, another 2-point thriller also took place between the Skydive University team from Slovakia, who visited the Hurricane Factory in Prague for the January competition, and Blackjack at the Fööni wind tunnel in... (more)
Did you know that HF Cubs could compete for the Czech Republic in 4-way Junior and 4-way Women?
posted: Jan 18th, 2019 The NSL News story on January 16th pointed out two recent 4-way family situations, one of the Pro Team from Finland and the other one between HF Flying Circus and HF Bad Boys in the Czech Republic. Father and son Kimmo and Kalle Pohjola train and compete together in Finland, while Jan and Jakub Klapka are opponents in the Czech Republic. Another friendly battle of the 4-way generations has been going on in the Czech Republic for a while, and the situation is very similar to the one between HF Flying Circus and HF Bad Boys. The recent January meet of the World Tunnel League at the Hurricane... (more)
Did you know that the battle for the world's Top 10 indoor spots has begun?
posted: Jan 16th, 2019 The busy start of the 2019 competition season included two meets of the World Tunnel League, one in Finland , the other one in the Czech Republic. A total of 24 teams posted their scores on their own national leaderboards, and the synchronized competition draws brought all of them together on the combined leaderboard, as well. The AAA Class competition featured a very exciting battle between two internationally up and coming 4-way teams. In fact, Pro Team and HF Flying Circus have already represented their countries as national teams, the team from Finland for over a decade. Flying Circus... (more)
Did you know that two team slots are open before maximum capacity at New Hampshire?
posted: Jan 15th, 2019 The first very busy meet week of the young 2019 competition season is history, with scores posted only by 4-way teams from the Czech Republic and Finland. There is a short break before the next leaderboard will feature only U.S. teams. The last preview of this year's indoor competition at SkyVenture New Hampshire in January was showing the 36 teams that were registered in December. The NSL News had first announced the event on November 21st. The field of teams has grown to 40 in the meantime, and there are only two more team slots available until event organizer Ben Liston reaches full capacity... (more)
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