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Did you know that Skydive San Diego had to stop the SCSL 4-way meet due to a wildfire?
posted: May 31st, 2017 The Sun Path Products NSL News mentioned the 4-way comeback of Paul Bertorelli on 22 April 2017, who competed in the earliest years of the Florida Skydiving League. He first joined the Indoor Cloud League activities in Tampa this year and then also re-connected with one of his 2005 team mates at the first meet of the Florida Skydiving League 2017, where Purple HaZe was the only team that joined the leaderboard with teams of the Southern California Skydiving League on the May 20 weekend. James Saine and Paul Bertorelli competed together for Z-Hills CTRL-Z throughout the 2005 season. Bill Bickner... (more)
Did you know that last weekend's combined SCSL/MWSL leaderboard includes prominent names?
posted: Jun 8th, 2016 Last weekend featured the first combined leaderboard of the year. There have been earlier weekends where different leagues and events were scheduled for the same dates. Unfortunately, the weather interfered too much at the different locations, and no combined leaderboard could be produced so far. The weather was far from perfect last weekend, as well, as a good number of scores are missing. However, it was good enough at Skydive Perris and Skydive Chicago for at least one common round in all four categories. In fact, it was only AAA Class team CSC Survival Instinct who did not get beyond... (more)
Did you know that Christy Frikken and Sarah Smith turned an old table last weekend?
posted: Jun 15th, 2015 The teams from California treated each other very friendly last weekend. They kindly staid away from each other and avoided any confrontation in all four competition categories. The Northern California Skydiving League competed only in the A and Rookie Class, while the teams of the Southern California Skydiving League filled the leaderboard with scores in the AAA and AA Class. Yvonne "Yo" Owyeong reported a successful event from Perris: "We had a great Saturday and the weather was awesome. Everything went smoothly, the clouds broke early, and it was a beautiful day, light winds and all smiles.... (more)
Did you know that Elsinore GT wants both titles?
posted: Jul 26th, 2014 Elsinore GT is still on top of the AAA Class leaderboard, which will change this weekend when new scores will be posted. The Sun Pat Products NSL News mentioned on 21 July 2014 that the team's reunion will get special attention soon. Sydney Williams and USPA/SCSL judge Steve Miller now provided the needed information, and it seems like the rumor of Elsinore GT’s demise has been greatly exaggerated. Following the USPA Nationals 2005, the EGT members of 2002 - 2005 just went different ways to pursue other interests. Citing work stress and related issues, various GT members spent time overseas... (more)
Did you know that Sydney Williams discussed Josh Hall and Yo Oweyong's SCSL plans in Elsinore last weekend?
posted: Jul 22nd, 2014 On July 19, Skydive Elsinore hosted the final meet of the season for the Southern California Skydiving League. Teams in attendance included Elsinore GT, Perris Liquid, Perris Franz, 3 Jars and a Head, and How Did John Get So Lucky. The morning weather was unusual for a typical SoCal July meet day. High clouds with mysterious drops of precipitation were covering the Elsinore skies, allowing for teams to reach competition altitude, but not without some added elements. 3 Jars and a Head and How Did John Get So Lucky were captained by Tom and Tracy Bohm, respectively. The Bohms (Elsinore El Eminope... (more)
Did you know that 4-way world champion Josh Hall and Yvonne "Yo" Owyeong have big plans for Southern California?
posted: Jul 3rd, 2014 This year's great comeback success of the Northern California Skydiving League must have been inspiring for competitors of the neighboring Southern California Skydiving League, which was launched even earlier than the original NCSL. In fact, it was the Southwest Skydiving League, including Arizona and California, that became the first league in the NSL Network on the west coast in 2000. Arizona and California eventually separated and formed their own leagues due to the long travel distances. California also finally split up into the northern and the southern leagues. The Northern California... (more)
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