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Did you know that the Swedish Indoor Nationals had a dramatic finish?
posted: Feb 18th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported scores and stories of the combined Swedish and Finnish Indoor Nationals 2016 on February 12th. The story mentioned the 5-point competition between the two best 4-way teams in Sweden. However, this duel for the Swedish top spot was actually much more exciting than last week's story could bring across. Additional new meet information and the competition videos of the two AAA Class teams are now showing much better what a thriller this battle brought to the teams and to the audience. The dramatic story of the race between Volo and Echochamber began at... (more)

Did you know that Arizona Airspeed has the outdoor focus on the Shamrock Showdown 2016?
posted: Feb 17th, 2016 The previews of the World Challenge 2016 introduced many of the teams who will compete in Bedford this year. The Sun Path Products NSL News also mentioned on February 10th that SDC Rhythm XP is one of the teams who attend the three meets of the annual 4-way Spring Tour (Raeford - DeLand - Bedford). The Shamrock Showdown at Skydive DeLand has been the only major outdoor competition at this time of the year, after Skydive Arizona decided to discontinue the Valentine's Meet. The event is coming up soon (March 18 - 20) and will be SDC Rhythm XP's second stop after the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship... (more)

Did you know that iFLY Houston posted a complete set of Indoor Cloud League February scores and videos?
posted: Feb 16th, 2016 iFLY Houston, one of the latest additions to the Indoor Cloud League, started early this month to post scores and videos on the February leaderboard. Katrina Shows, Spaceland Lite member, joined the Indoor Cloud League with her iFLY Houston team in January. She added scores for two of the six categories (AA - A) with the same lineup and tested the new event at iFLY Houston. The test was more than convincing, and she followed up with scores and videos for all six categories early in February. She had more participants and even more fun than before, and it is not yet the last word from iFLY... (more)

Did you know that the World Challenge 2016 has once again a separate 4-way Women leaderboard?
posted: Feb 16th, 2016 The World Challenge has had a separate 4-way Women leaderboard since 2012. The French Deep Blue Defenders were the last team who posted scores on the combined AAA Class leaderboard at the World Challenge 2011. The 23.6 average brought the 9th place in Bedford. Paul Mayer then introduced the 4-way Women leaderboard a year later to match the FAI/IPC categories and make the separate competition more exciting. Eight teams signed up for the 4-way Women competition, and the British team Just 4 Fun (Tarn Hollis, Amanda Kemp, Liz Matthews, Claire "Sparky" Scott) won by two points over the Deep Blue... (more)

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)

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