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Did you know that the Qatar Tigers' bronze medal threat could turn into more in two years?
posted: Sep 24th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News started the aftermath of the battle for the 3rd place in 4-way Open at the Mondial 2016 with the winner of the bronze medals, France. This was not a big surprise, as the online audience expected the French 4-way Open Class team to finish behind NMP PCH HayaBusa and Arizona Airspeed. Russia's national team Black Cat was also in a finishing position that matched the forecast. There was one team though that did not agree with the forecast of the bronze medal battle and changed the ranking order. The bronze medalist of 2014, Evolution with the new lineup, was expected... (more)

Did you know that Dallas 350 posted a new team record average last weekend?
posted: Sep 22nd, 2016 The aftermath of the Mondial 2016 still has to take turns with other events that happened while the national teams of 21 different countries in the four Formation Skydiving events competed at Skydive Chicago. The September 17 weekend brought together U.S. teams at three different locations who competed in all four NSL categories. The Northern Plains Skydiving League (NPSL) and the Virginia Parachute Council (VPC) held their final meet of the 2016 season, while the Dallas Super Cup attracted 12 teams from Texas. Dallas 350 competed for the first time with the new lineup and finished the 6-round... (more)

Did you know that the French 4-way Open Class team lived up to all expectations?
posted: Sep 21st, 2016 The outcome of the race for the bronze medals at the Mondial 2016 was not a big surprise for the Sun Path Products NSL News audience, as the latest results of the bronze medal poll are showing. This does not mean that the battle for the 3rd place was not exciting enough. In fact, it was probably the toughest competition in the 4-way Open Class category, as the first two places were settled early, after Round 4 at the latest. France (158), Black Cat (158) and Qatar Tigers (155) were separated by only three points after Round 7, and France managed to turn the 3-point deficit after Round 6 into... (more)

Did you know that Marin Ferre brought France back to Open Class medal level?
posted: Sep 20th, 2016 The SKYLEAGUE.COM contribution for the TURNING POINTS column in the Blue Skies Mag September edition was written before the start of the Mondial 2016 and after the completion of the French Nationals 2016. The French national team in 4-way Open had won the competition after three losses against the French Girls, and the Sun Path Products NSL News took a closer look at the situation in the French 4-way runup to the upcoming World Championship of Formation Skydiving. Coach Marin Ferre had the challenging task to bring back a new Open Class lineup to the lost medal rankings. It turned out that... (more)

Did you know that the Mondial competition video coverage begins with the 4-way Open Class showdown?
posted: Sep 19th, 2016 The aftermath of the Mondial 2016 will now include the competition videos of all teams, as FAI/IPC kindly provided footage and permission to publish the most important part of the actual competition. The video coverage begins with the two top teams in 4-way Open, NMP PCH HayaBusa and Arizona Airspeed, who copied the 2014 leaderboard almost exactly, after a very different 10-round competition at Skydive Chicago though. There was an 11-point difference between 1st and 2nd place in Prostejov, which was down to eight points after last week's ten rounds. However, the distance was significant at... (more)

Did you know that the Golden Knights had a happy end in 4-way Women?
posted: Sep 18th, 2016 The aftermath of the Mondial 2016 continues with a new NSL Talk video clip, which was recorded after the completion of all Formation Skydiving competition events. The Sun Path Products NSL News has followed the duel for gold medals in 4-way Women between the French national teams and the Golden Knights from the very beginning, which was the FAI World Cup 2011, where the Golden Knights started with a 15.3 average. The lineup of the U.S. Army team (Jennifer Davidson, Laura Davis, Angela Nichols, Dannielle Woosley, with Scott Janise on camera) has been the same ever since this first competition,... (more)

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