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Did you know that the Virginia Parachute Council launched its 2016 outdoor season last weekend?
posted: Apr 21st, 2016 Scores from iFLY Virginia Beach have been on the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard since the beginning of the 2016 season. It is one 4-way team that has been collecting ICL points each month this year, Suffolk Sabotage, and the 2016 total of 136 points for the first three months is enough to maintain the 8th place out of ten currently participating ICL teams. Suffolk Sabotage is not mainly focused on indoor competition. In fact, the team members have been participating in events of the Virginia Parachute Council and attending USPA Nationals for many years before the iFLY Virginia Beach wind... (more)

Did you know that iFLY Houston had Indoor Cloud League support from iFLY Dallas?
posted: Apr 19th, 2016 The Indoor Cloud League competition in April began with the first score for the AA Class sequence from Florida, performed by Z-Hills PreciZion. Two additional Rookie Class scores lifted the current iFLY Orlando total for the month of April to 50. iFLY Houston now followed up with a total of 138 points, which is the highest result for the new Indoor Cloud League team since joining at the beginning of the year. 138 points is also on the high side in the history of the Indoor Cloud League, and the progression is not really such a great surprise. The iFLY Houston team is guided by Spaceland Lite... (more)

Did you know that Tanay's 8-way lineup is back with two new members?
posted: Apr 18th, 2016 Russia is still the reigning 8-way silver medalist after outlasting France in a jump-off round at the World Championship of Formation Skydiving in Prostejov 2014. However, it was a different team that won the silver medals with a 17.1 average. Barkli in Prostejov had Leonid Kazinets, Alexey Minaev, Vladimir Pavlenko, Dmitry Samokhval, Oleg Shalamykhin, Nikolay Sukharnikov, Alexander Tychinskiy and Nikolay Vylegzhanin in the lineup, with Andrey Seliverstov on camera. Barkli did not come back in 2015, and a new team, Tanay, took over the 8-way reigns in Russia. The new lineup consisted of three... (more)

Did you know that France is back on medal level in 4-way Open?
posted: Apr 18th, 2016 The 4-way Open Class competition at the World Challenge 2016 did not only include the next NMP PCH Hayabusa winning party and the impressive performance by the French FLY-IN Girls. It was also a very interesting step on the road to a set of word meet medals for a few other teams. Gold and silver medals seem to be in solid possession of NMP PCH Hayabusa and Arizona Airspeed, disregarding the outcome between the two top contenders. However, the race for the bronze medals seems to become a most exciting one - which it was already in Bedford. The French national team in 4-way Open has been in... (more)

Did you know that two French national coaches are opponents at the Mondial 2016?
posted: Apr 17th, 2016 The NSL Profiles have a new career story on the ever-growing page of celebrities in the sport. Jeremie Rollett, currently coach of the Qatar Tigers, provided some personal information, and the Sun Path Products NSL News added the stepping stones since his first selection for the French national 8-way team in 2003 and his current job with the Tigers. Jeremie Rollett is the 4th Frenchman in the NSL Profiles, and it is pure coincidence that all four are former 4-way and/or 8-way world champions who became professional coaches when they were done with active training and competition in the French... (more)

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)

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