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Did you know that iFLY Orlando added 26 points to the Indoor Cloud League June total?
posted: Jun 17th, 2016 iFLY Orlando's Indoor Cloud League team followed up with new June scores and videos yesterday, after the first ones were posted at the beginning of the month. Two 4-way lineups had launched the ICL competition of the new month with scores in four of the six categories and a total of 84 points. Last night's three lineups tried to improve the previous scores and also added a number for the R Class sequence. The combination of the previous scores of the June 9 event, the improved AA/A Class scores and a new number for the R Class turned the total from 84 to 110 points at iFLY Orlando's second... (more)

Did you know that Rhythm could be on eye level with Airspeed in 2017?
posted: Jun 16th, 2016 The update of Thomas Hughes' NSL Profile was another piece in the Airspeed puzzle that the Sun Path Products NSL News has recently covered extensively. The U.S. 4-way champion and national team of the last nine years will most likely add the 10th consecutive national 4-way title to the Airspeed collection, shortly after trying to win back the FAI gold medals that NMP PCH HayaBusa took to Belgium in Prostejov 2014. However, the recent Airspeed coverage of the Sun Path Products NSL News was still not only about the team project legacy from Skydive Arizona in Eloy. The battle for the next FAI... (more)

Did you know that Thomas Hughes' NSL Profile was finally updated?
posted: Jun 15th, 2016 Most of the recent news related to Arizona Airspeed go back to a fact that became public knowledge after the USPA Nationals 2015 and was announced by the Sun Path Products NSL News on December 21st, 2015. Thomas Hughes, Airspeed's Outside Center since 2011, steps back from the active lineup after this year's national championships. This Airspeed situation required the logical consequence of the next Airspeed recruiting campaign for a new member. Mikhail Markine committed to the new lineup and would have to wait until after the USPA Nationals 2016. This changed when Chris Farina left the team... (more)

Did you know that the Qatar Tigers have always enjoyed high-profile coaching?
posted: Jun 14th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News has introduced the potential bronze medal contenders at the Mondial 2016 with a series of previews that included the related poll question. The expected ranking order has not changed at all since the poll question was published the first time. However, the five potential contenders (FLY-IN France, Black Cat, Evolution, Qatar Tigers, Satori XL) have moved significantly closer together in the meantime. The French lead has decreased to the current 8 % over Russia, after 2-digit numbers for a long time. Satori XL and Evolution have both moved closer to the higher rankings. The... (more)

Did you know that the World Challenge 2016 featured the most colorful combination of 4-way competitors?
posted: Jun 13th, 2016 It was almost a year ago when I felt like bringing the 4-way juniors to the attention of the valued Blue Skies Mag and SKYLEAGUE.COM audience. It surely was not the first time that I had given them attention at all. In fact, the new generation of 4-way competitors have fascinated me for a long time, and the SUN PATH PRODUCTS NSL NEWS has covered their participation in our sport many times for many years. Fortunately, the emotional level in discussing their legitimate participation in our sport, and how to format it, is not even close to the waves when it comes to the discussion of 4-way women.... (more)

Did you know that Das Booties heard the music in Round 6?
posted: Jun 13th, 2016 The new overall leaderboard of last weekend's meets is once again an incomplete one, due to the weather situations in Germany and Great Britain. The A Class teams of the Northwest Skydiving League were actually the only ones with six completed rounds. Last weekend's leaderboard still turned out to be the largest one of the 2016 outdoor season so far. The A Class competition was the most popular one, where teams from all three countries had at least one A Class ranking. In fact, this category has the greatest participation in the United Kingdom Skydiving League, with a total of 13 teams... (more)

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