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Did you know that the Golden Knights are fielding a new 4-way Open Class team?
posted: Jan 23rd, 2017 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 28 December 2016 that Jennifer Davidson, reigning world champion in 4-way Women, has joined the Golden Knights 8-way team. The same story explained briefly that she will also continue to train and compete in 4-way on a significantly smaller scale with the same lineup that won the USPA bronze medals at last year's national championships in Eloy (Matt Davidson, Kurt Isenbarger, Sean Sweeney). The female 4-way lineup of the Golden Knights has disbanded. JaNette Lefkowitz, who filled in for Angela Nichols last year, is back with her own team, SDC Rhythm... (more)

Did you know that iFLY Orlando and iFLY Tampa will post scores on different Indoor Cloud League leaderboards?
posted: Jan 22nd, 2017 The Indoor Cloud League 2016 season is over, and the iFLY SF Bay team turned the battle for the top spot on the 12+ leaderboard at the last minute. The December highscore of 153 points was the highest total of the year for iFLY SF Bay, and the 30-point difference to iFLY Orlando secured the 21-point victory (1482 - 1461) after the 12-month race. The monthly battle between iFLY SF Bay and iFLY Orlando was very close between August and November with a maximum 5-point difference, and the Florida team still carried a lead into December. However, the Northern California Skydiving League team systematically... (more)

Did you know that NMP PCH HayaBusa will be prepared for the Weembi challenge at the Wind Games?
posted: Jan 20th, 2017 Yesterday's Weembi update came just a few weeks before the first showdown between Weembi's signature lineup and NMP PCH HayaBusa at the Wind Games 2017 in Empuriabrava. The competition for the world's indoor top spot in 4-way will once again take place without Arizona Airspeed who traveled to Spain twice in 2014 and 2015. It's a good point in time to look at the situation from the perspective of the reigning indoor and outdoor world champions, who had announced their new Belgian 8-way project with Fly-In Machine 44 not too long ago. HayaBusa's orginial member Andy Grauwels, the team's outside... (more)

Did you know that Weembi's signature lineup will challenge NMP PCH HayaBusa once again very seriously?
posted: Jan 19th, 2017 The recently posted Team World Indoor Rankings 2016 included a 4-way team in the Top 10 that has attended only indoor competitions, a total of six in 2015 and 2016. The Weembi team project was launched by Julien Degen, who works at the wind tunnel in Lille, together with French Girls member Christine Malnis. They had Sophia Pecout and Thomas Perrin in the first Weembi lineup at the World Challenge 2015 where they finished in 3rd place. Julien Degen has been a member of the French national 4-way and 8-way teams since 2005 and has collected two FAI world meet gold medals in 8-way (2006, 2008),... (more)

Did you know that each drop zone should have a wind tunnel?
posted: Jan 18th, 2017 It's a good thing that the young BSM editor ladies, Kolla and Lara, have much more creative minds than I have. I am usually set on collecting data (scores, team and event information etc.) and deliver it to the audience, with a few words attached. They come up on a regular basis with topics that should be covered, and I use their, and Skygod's, inspirational ideas to move into areas that are usually not on my daily agenda. Thank you for that. This time, my thoughts don't really have to wander that far off when they asked me and their BSM audience what every drop zone should have, next to a jump... (more)

Did you know that Weembi Lille is aiming at the top spot of the Team World Indoor Rankings?
posted: Jan 17th, 2017 The Sun Path Products NSL News started with the update of the Team World Rankings 2016 with two stories. The first one covered the 4-way Open Class rankings at outdoor meets last year, followed by the 8-way outdoor rankings a few days later. The outdoor rankings reflected the results of the FAI Mondial 2016 precisely, even though two of the ten best 4-way teams in the world (Golden Knights Gold, SDC Rhythm XP) could not compete at the event. They found their place instead in the Top 10 of the SKYLEAGUE.COM team rankings. Two all-female teams (Golden Knights, French Weembi Girls) were also... (more)

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