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Did you know that Simba posted new A Class record average and single-round highscore?
posted: Jun 21st, 2016 Last weekend's outdoor meet of the Florida Skydiving League brought back Simba to Skydive DeLand. Simba attended the team's second meet this year after the 2016 start at the May competition. Florida's summer weather allowed only the completion of four rounds this time, as the usual rain and thunder storms in the afternoon interfered with the skydiving operation. Simba had completed all six rounds in May. It was exactly the same Simba roster that came back last weekend and finished with a new outdoor team record average and a new highscore for a single round. Simba had posted a 15-pointer... (more)

Did you know that Z-Hills PreciZion's scores last weekend are misleading?
posted: Jun 20th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on March 27th how Z-Hills PreciZion from Skydive City in Florida helped iFLY Orlando's Indoor Cloud League team to add some points to the March account. PreciZion's Tail Jimmy Xu also attended a few additional ICL events at iFLY Orlando and scored several times with other lineups. Three of his team mates (Erica Gorski, Rebecca Maureen Ugo, Grant Underland) used to be regulars at iFLY Orlando's ICL events, as well, before they formed Z-Hills PreciZion, hired Sally Hathaway as a player coach and focused primarily on their team training. Grant Underland,... (more)

Did you know that two iFLY Houston teams tested the new tie-breaking rule?
posted: Jun 19th, 2016 iFLY Houston is the fourth wind tunnel group that submitted scores for the new June sequences. Once again, the Indoor Cloud League team from Texas performed sequences for both flying chamber sizes and misses only a scoring number for the 12-foot AA Class sequence (F,9,21) after scoring on both leaderboards first time in May. iFLY Houston's team joined the Indoor Cloud League at the beginning of this year and started with a group of tunnel flyers who wanted to learn more about 4-way competition. Spaceland Lite members Katrina and Devon Shows provided the guidance, and Dallas 350 member Scott... (more)

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)

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