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Did you know that there was tunnel traffic between Finland and Sweden last weekend?
posted: Feb 15th, 2016 Sweden and Finland are neighboring countries in Scandinavia. However, the southern parts of both countries are separated by a large body of water, the Gulf of Bothnia, which eventually connects with the Atlantic Ocean, through the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. Both capital cities (Stockholm, Helsinki) are located in the southern parts where most of both countries' citizens live. It takes about ten hours to cross the Gulf of Bothnia from the Finnish shores (Turku) to Stockholm by ferry. Teams and competitors from Finland have made the same or similar trips in the past to attend events in Sweden,... (more)

Did you know that the AA Class field for the World Challenge is very competitive?
posted: Feb 14th, 2016 The field for the AA Class competition at the World Challenge 2016 takes shape too at the beginning of the registration process and promises once again great competition. The Sun Path Products NSL News is showing and seeding the teams in this category in four sections. Five of the teams who have signed up by now competed in the AA Class last year and are seeded according to their indoor averages at the 2015 meets. The Flyspot Chicks from Poland are in the No. 1 spot for many good reasons. They are actually the reigning champions in the A Class after launching their 2015 season at the World... (more)

Did you know that the preview of the World Challenge 2016 begins with the current AAA Class field?
posted: Feb 12th, 2016 The preview of the 4-way Spring Tour 2016 begins with the AAA/Open Class competition at the World Challenge 2016. The event in Bedford is the last one in the traditional 3-meet series early in the competition season. However, early registration is in full swing, and the Sun Path Products NSL News is taking a closer look at the teams who have signed up for the AAA/Open Class competition at this point in time. The AAA Class field consists of teams from seven different nations by now, including five national teams: Black Cat (Russia), FLY-IN (France), Tigers (Finland), Lupus (Estonia), Savolo... (more)

Did you know that SDC Rhythm XP is not Airspeed's farm team?
posted: Feb 12th, 2016 It is usually the beginning of a new year and a new competition season that creates that funny feeling in the stomach: that combination of anticipation and excitement of unknown things to come. It was the end of the year this time that was possibly even more exciting than new beginnings. The Dubai double header, Clash of Champions and World Air Games, threw NMP PCH Hayabusa and Arizona Airspeed - and their new lineups - at each other two times in two weeks, including the first outdoor battle over 10 rounds. The results did not really change anything in the bigger picture. Yes, Hayabusa remains... (more)

Did you know that the 4-way Spring Tour 2016 has the same Raeford - DeLand - Bedford travel agenda?
posted: Feb 10th, 2016 It is time to get excited about the annual 4-way Spring Tour, which traditionally brings teams to Raeford (Paraclete XP Indoor Championship)- DeLand (Shamrock Showdown) - Bedford (World Challenge) within a few weeks. This year, there are 2-week breaks between the three events. Paraclete launches the Spring Tour 2016 on the March 5/6 weekend, followed by the Shamrock on March 18-20. The World Challenge's first meet day is scheduled for April Fool's Day. There have always been a few teams who attend all three events. SDC Rhythm XP, Golden Knights and Dubai Asaar Gold completed the Spring Tour... (more)

Did you know that Lise Nansen of the DeLand Norgies is in her 32nd year in the sport?
posted: Feb 9th, 2016 One of the many NSL Profiles that need updates is the one of Lise Aune Nansen. It seems like many Formation Skydiving competitors stay in the sport for a very long time, which makes it even more necessary to follow up on the profile stories. Lise Aune Nansen's NSL Profile was published in April 2001, when she was 34 years of age and had 17 years in the sport. The update adds another 15 years to the time in the sport, which makes it 32 years. That's a long time, and Lise Aune Nansen is not an exception. Her name was still Lise Aune 14 years ago, and before she met and married Nikolai Nansen,... (more)

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