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Did you know that many Indoor Cloud League competitors from Texas competed at the USPA Nationals?
posted: Nov 1st, 2016 The U.S. teams of the Indoor Cloud League were in a similar situation as the Czech teams in October. The USPA Nationals 2016 had first priority, and several teams and competitors were unable to squeeze extra tunnel time into the tight schedule. Deb Correia reported from iFLY Seattle that her event had to be held without any members of Seattle Swift who were in the final preparations for their top performance in the AA/Intermediate Class competition in Eloy. However, she still had four strong lineups who combined for a total of 117 points, which is only three points short of the Hurricane... (more)

Did you know that The Czech Indoor Cloud League team is back in full force?
posted: Oct 31st, 2016 FAI Mondial and FAI Indoor World Cup kept many teams busy in September and October, at least the national teams of each participating country at the world meet, plus additional 4-way teams at the world cup. It is not only the travel to the event site and the actual competition that require additional time and efforts. The teams and competitors are also timing their training and the last preparations according to the meet schedule each year. The Czech Republic had only one team at the Mondial, the CZ Ladies in 4-way Women. However, the Czech delegation was one of the largest at the indoor... (more)

Did you know that AtomiX YUU starts the 2017 preparations with a new inside center?
posted: Oct 30th, 2016 The 2016 season competition is hardly over, while the preparations for next year are beginning. It happens earlier in regions where the weather does not allow much skydiving in the fall/winter season. Germany's competition season is usually over after the national championships, which took place at the end of August, even though some of the teams still attend outdoor meets later on. Germany's national teams (Airbus 4-way and 8-way, Skymix) competed at the FAI Mondial 2016, and AtomiX YUU won the AAA Class competition at the ESL Championship 2016 at the beginning of October. Germany's two... (more)

Did you know that Kurt Isenbarger retires at the end of a very successful year?
posted: Oct 29th, 2016 The USPA National Skydiving Championships of Formation Skydiving are not over when the traditional events are completed. 16-way and 10-way Speed competitions follow right after the 10-round meets in 4-way and 8-way. The two top spots have been reserved for Arizona Airspeed and Golden Knights for many years. Both teams have to extend their lineups and invite other Formation Skydiving competitors to fill the open slots. Both events are still very competitive, and there is a serious medal count at the end of the Formation Skydiving championships. Arizona Airspeed dominated the overall placing... (more)

Did you know that team videographers launched a labor union at the FAI Mondial 2016?
posted: Oct 28th, 2016 The completion of the 4-way and 8-way events at the USPA Nationals 2016 allows the Sun Path Products NSL News to continue with more aftermath of previous events. There is a topic that is almost as important as the adventures of the Fun Flag, and sometimes the stories of both topics even connect. The team videographers are usually not getting a lot of attention behind their cameras, even though running a Formation Skydiving competition would simply be impossible without them. There is more to it than just the fact that the sport completely depends on presenting the freefall footage visually... (more)

Did you know that NWSL director Deb Correia can be proud of Seattle Swift?
posted: Oct 27th, 2016 The Intermediate Class competition at the USPA Nationals 2016 had still the largest participation of all Formation Skydiving events, even though roughly a dozen teams had moved up into the Advanced Class with the complete IPC dive pool. However, ten of the 26 Intermediate Class (AA) teams were not eligible for official rankings on the USPA leaderboard, and one of them finished on the very top, Seattle Swift. The Northwest Skydiving League team attended three of the four NWSL meets before the USPA Nationals, and the Sun Path Products NSL News had introduced Seattle Swift as a top contender... (more)

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