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Did you know that the German national team Airbus has joined the Top 10 rankings?
posted: Aug 3rd, 2016 Last weekend's scores (Mid-German Championship 2016) included this year's first outdoor scores of Germany’s national team in 4-way Open, Airbus, who will compete for their country at the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2016. Airbus posted a new team record average after the six rounds in Eisenach, and the nature of the competition draw was similar to the one that NMP PCH HayaBusa had last week in Belgium. It was a slow first half with 13 of the 22 blocks and 7 of the 16 random formations in six rounds, and four of the six rounds started with a block on the hill. Satori XL... (more)

Did you know that 4shades of Grey and BOOBs had an ICL 1-point battle at iFLY Houston?
posted: Aug 2nd, 2016 iFLY Houston's Indoor Cloud League team came together a second time last month after posting the first July scores on July 19th. Katrina and Devon Shows had four lineups on July 26th who tried to challenge the previously posted scores. 4shades of Grey had once again player coach Scott Latinis in the lineup and improved the 14-pointer of July 14th by four points. However, it was not enough to hold off Babes On Our Bellies (BOOBs) with the same player coach. Erika Barczak, Debbie Hoffpauir and Amber Taylor outscored Chad Hall, Randy Morgan and Billy Whitaker by a point and posted the A Class... (more)

Did you know that there will be a tough battle for the Top 10 4-way Open Class spots at the Mondial 2016?
posted: Aug 1st, 2016 The Belgian teams did not complete any more rounds at their national championships last weekend, and the faster second half of the 10-round draw could not be used by the AAA Class teams to increase their meet averages. However, even the first five slower rounds of the competition still lifted NMP PCH HayaBusa to the highest 4-way outdoor average of the 2016 season, disregarding the scores at the CISM World Military Parachuting Championship, where HayaBusa finished with a 35.1 average. The recent scores at several national championships provided data and information that allow a closer look... (more)

Did you know that NMP PCH HayaBusa aims at the top outdoor average of the year?
posted: Jul 31st, 2016 The series of national championship events in Europe continues with the Belgian Nationals 2016. Old and freshly crowned new CISM 4-way world champion NMP PCH HayaBusa did not have much time after the award ceremony in Russia to switch back to the FAI/IPC rules and dive pool. The 35.1 winning average at the military championship is only a fading memory back in the tougher world of exits and sub-terminal pages. However, the competition draw in Belgium may allow Hayabusa to take the top position in the world for 10-round outdoor meets. Arizona Airspeed's 24.3 average at the Shamrock Showdown... (more)

Did you know that the Pro Team won with a Tigers rear piece in Finland?
posted: Jul 31st, 2016 Finland was the third Scandinavian country completing the national championships this year, after Denmark and Sweden. Three teams are on this week's leaderboard, and the two new A Class teams are ahead of the 3-Ring Circus from the Northern Plains while waiting for more scores from Germany. The two A Class teams from Finland had actually a very close battle. Only the 3-pointer in Round 5 threw Ne Piirtaa Kell On Liituu too far behind, and Round 8 did not help much either, while Tempo had a very consistent performance. The Pro Team is the only AAA Class team on this weekend's leaderboard so... (more)

Did you know that the Swedish Nationals 2016 had the highest participation since 2007?
posted: Jul 30th, 2016 Summer time in Europe usually brings the national championships of the many countries to the competition schedule. Denmark was the first Scandinavian country this year at the beginning of July, and two countries from the northern parts of Europe followed this week. Sweden completed the ten rounds of the national championships in two days, as Sun Path Products roving reporter Joey Jones reported from Sweden: "My second stop of the year brings me to Skydive Vasteras for the Swedish Nationals. Five teams are in the AAA/Open Class, two in AA, and four in the A category. In the open category reigning... (more)

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