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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)

Did you know that the Northwest Skydiving League completed the 2016 season last weekend?
posted: Sep 17th, 2016 The completion of the Mondial 2016 allows the Sun Path Products NSL News to catch up with other events that have taken place while the best teams in the Formation Skydiving world competed at Skydive Chicago. The aftermath of the event will still offer plenty of information and stories, including the competition videos. However, the first break brings the review of the previous meet weekend, where 4-way teams of three different leagues (Midwest, Northwest, Southern California) posted their scores on the same leaderboard. The leaderboard of the September 10 weekend was the last one before the... (more)

Did you know that the Fun Flag adventure could not distract Savolo too much?
posted: Sep 16th, 2016 The happy ending of a world meet disregards the scores and placings and includes the Fun Flag. The Sun Path Products NSL News was not able to give the Fun Flag much attention during the very busy four days of the competition. However, this does not mean that there were no Fun Flag activities. In fact, the Fun Flag changed ownership several times at Skydive Chicago. The Sun Path Products NSL News was at least able to catch enough of this event's adventure story for a new update. This time, it was the South African national team in 4-way Open that was seriously involved with the Fun Flag and... (more)

Did you know that Arizona Airspeed won the last seven rounds by a point?
posted: Sep 16th, 2016 Belgium, the small European country with roughly 800 skydivers, is still hosting the world champions in 4-way Open. NMP PCH HayaBusa defended the gold medals successfully with new member Jeroen "Bob" Nollet in the tail slot and was the only team that could oppose the U.S. delegation in Formation Skydiving competition. SDC Core won the VFS gold medals on home turf, the Golden Knights won the third consecutive 8-way gold medals, and the U.S. team in 4-way Women outscored the French Girls for the first time at a world meet. Arizona Airspeed ended up strongly in 2nd place after a slow start,... (more)

Did you know that four Golden Knights and JaNette Lefkowitz added the third set of gold medals to the U.S. collection?
posted: Sep 15th, 2016 The third finish of a Formation Skydiving event at the Mondial 2016 brought the third set of gold medals to the U.S. delegation. Four more Golden Knights (Jen Davidson, Laura Davis, Dannielle Woosley, Scott Janise on camera) followed up on the record victory of the U.S. Army's 8-way team yesterday and won the 4-way Women competition, together with SDC Rhythm XP member JaNette Lefkowitz. It was a horse race with the French Girls through eight rounds, and the U.S. team had the stronger finish, while the French team fell victim to bad injury luck, on top of the toughest battle with the strongest... (more)

Did you know that the Evolution 4-way gamble worked out for the first Canadian silver medals?
posted: Sep 15th, 2016 The 4-way VFS competition was also completed on Wednesday, and France ended up in 3rd place, after three consecutive gold medals in 2010, 2012 and 2014. The Canadian Evolution gamble worked out well for the three Lemay brothers (Martin, Vincent, Benoit) and Jean-Christophe Ouimet, with Jeevee Vadeboncoeur on camera. Evolution won the first set of silver medals for Canada, after two bronze medals in 2014. Evolution gave the VFS competition first priority and sacrificed the bronze medal position of 2014 in 4-way Open, with the identical lineup in both events at the Mondial 2016. Transfert,... (more)

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