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Did you know that the new French FLY-IN Girls have caught up quickly with the Golden Knights?
posted: Apr 15th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News evaluated the recent indirect scoring relationship between NMP PCH Hayabusa and Arizona Airspeed when the news broke that Tail Thiago Gomes and videographer Justin Price are on Airspeed's injury list. Both teams met each other directly last time at the World Air Games 2015. A personnel change followed on the Airspeed side before the new lineup competed at the Shamrock Showdown 2016. The Sun Path Products NSL News used the results of teams who competed at the same recent events that Hayabusa and Airspeed attended (French FLY-IN Girls, Qatar Tigers, SDC Rhythm... (more)

Did you know that Czech indoor winter season is complete?
posted: Apr 14th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News mentioned during the previews of the World Challenge 2016 that the Czech Republic would have a large delegation in Bedford. It turned out that six 4-way teams competed in three of the four categories. It was not only the great participation from the Czech Republic that caught the attention of the Sun Path Products NSL News. The passionate Czech 4-way community, with godfather Jan Klapka in the Bad Boys lineup, also had a very busy spring schedule. Most of the Czech teams in Bedford participate in the monthly race for the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard. The... (more)

Did you know that NSL-TV features the Indoor Cloud League Best of March video?
posted: Apr 13th, 2016 The March competition of the Indoor Cloud League was completed successfully. Eight different tunnel groups posted their scores and videos for the six March sequences on the ICL leaderboard. Z-Hills team PreciZion was the first team with a new April video and 19 points for the Florida group. The BEST OF MARCH video features five different teams this time. It is no surprise that the Bad Boys from the Czech Republic contributed once again heavily to the Hurricane Factory account. The Czech national 4-way team posted the highscores for the AAA/AA Class sequences before traveling to Bedford a few... (more)

Did you know that the group of mixed-gender teams were the winners at the World Challenge?
posted: Apr 12th, 2016 The results of the poll that was set up during the aftermath of the 4-way Women competition at the World Challenge 2016 have not changed much. The significant majority in favor of dropping the female 4-way category became a little bit stronger, while an actual discussion of the topic only took place on the Flowhouse TV platform on the second day of the competition. The first input of a voter on the poll page has not initiated further discussion so far. (more)

Did you know that NSL-TV features the 1-point battle in 8-way at Paraclete?
posted: Apr 12th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News goes back to the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2016, where an earlier story on March 22nd had covered the Golden Knights 8-way performance and included the videos of all ten meet rounds. The Golden Knights were in a league of their own, as they keep waiting for a serious challenger in this event, which could only come from France. However, there was an extremely exciting 1-point battle for the 2nd place, which connected Golden Knights and the potentially opposing French 8-way team indirectly. Team White was guided by Frenchmen Martial Ferre and Damien Sorlin,... (more)

Did you know that Rotor Out and Bellatrix maintain status of Australian national teams?
posted: Apr 10th, 2016 High scores and enlightenment were at the heart of the Australian Nationals, run and won before the end of March at Skydive Nagambie, Victoria, Australia. A judging dispute - where the viewing public were wrong, and the judges were indisputably correct - provided the only small measure of controversy. At the head of the AAA Class queue, Rotor Out failed to disappoint, their 17.6 average accomplished without any seeming fuss and belying the hard work and professionalism in their engine room. Bellatrix, the hard-training 4-way Women team, showed the benefits of their efforts working under Steve... (more)

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