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Did you know that AtomiX YUU will be rewarded for this year's performances?
posted: Oct 6th, 2015 Several teams competing at the FAI World Cup 2015 did not have much time between the last round of their national championships and Round 1 in Teuge. VAF Warriors (July), Eclipse and 4mula (UK), French Girls and the Dutch teams (August) did not have to hurry too much to get to Teuge in time. There was more time pressure on NMP-PCH Hayabusa and the Italian teams (Ex3mo, Energy) with a longer travel distance, who had only two weeks between their two events. The German team AtomiX YUU did not have any time for a break and drove their cars straight from Saarlouis to Teuge as soon as the German... (more)

Did you know that Junior teams Zeleny and Zluty have a lot of AAA Class homework to do?
posted: Oct 5th, 2015 The latest Indoor Cloud League scores and videos from the Hurricane Factory in the Czech Republic were posted shortly after the national indoor championships at the host location of the upcoming 1st FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championships. Jan Klapka's ICL team is back in 1st place, as it has been in four months this year. His group of Czech 4-way teams has allowed three other ICL teams to finish in 1st place in the last three months, and the September leaderboard is not complete yet. Seven different Czech teams competed for the honor of posting the ICL scores for the Hurricane Factory last... (more)

Did you know that the Thund8rbirds launched their 8-way project with a 16.3 average?
posted: Oct 4th, 2015 The 4-way update of Belgium's national 4-way championships came four weeks after the conclusion of the event, although scores and leaderboard information were posted timely by the Sun Path Products NSL News. The Belgian 8-way competition was completed last weekend, and the news update offers additional event information much earlier this time. There is a very good reason why the 8-way update deserves special attention. NMP-PCH Hayabusa winning another national 4-way title was nothing unusual, even though the closer look at the other categories on the Belgian 4-way leaderboard was interesting,... (more)

Did you know that Belgium outscored the Czech Republic in five categories?
posted: Oct 3rd, 2015 Belgium is not only currently hosting the reigning 4-way world champions, NMP-PCH Hayabusa. Formation Skydiving competition in the small European country, geographically located between France and Germany, has been growing, and Belgian teams appear regularly on different leaderboards. This year, the organizers of the national championships in Belgium and the Czech Republic coordinated and synchronized the competition draw for their events, which created an interesting leaderboard on the last weekend of August. Teams from Belgium won all four NSL categories, and they even swept the three top... (more)

Did you know that Dallas Super Cup and Indoor Cloud League connected at iFLY Dallas?
posted: Oct 2nd, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News posted the results of this year's Dallas Super Cup with the story on September 21st, which focused mostly on the AAA Class competition between Dallas 350 and Spaceland Lite. The recent Indoor Cloud League update with new scores and videos from iFLY Dallas connects the competition in the other two Super Cup categories (AA - A) with the indoor event, as Amanda Lampton reported from Texas. Team Quad (Amanda Lampton, Dave Eisele, Roland Hicks, Paul McEnany) won the AA Class competition at the Super Cup after a good battle with Dallas HOT and then posted the 20-pointer... (more)

Did you know that Pamela Lissajoux is the new Outside Center for the French Girls?
posted: Oct 1st, 2015 The search for the ideal new lineup of the French national team in 4-way Women continues. The Sun Path Products NSL News recently reported live from the FAI World Cup 2015, where the French Girls attended their first outdoor competition with the new lineup. It was an impressive performance with a meet average that might have even surprised the Golden Knights, main opponent for the reigning French world champions in this category, at this point in time. However, French national coach Mathieu Bernier informed the Sun Path Products NSL News that there was another change in the lineup after the... (more)

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