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Did you know that 4-way junior Kalle Pohjola moved from Tail to Point?
posted: May 5th, 2016 The A Class leaderboard of the World Challenge 2016 was the most diversified and literally the most colorful one. The Sun Path Products NSL News added the color red to the leaderboard that was posted with the story on April 12th. The first three colors helped to identify the A Class teams by gender (all-male: blue, all-female: magenta, mixed-gender: yellow). World Challenge 2016 - A1Pro Team ExtendedFI30.52PhoenixCZ19.43Brain StormingIT18.54One2ThreePL17.95HF Juniors CubsCZ16.76AlakranES16.37Aerokart Ak'demieFR15.88Offaly SlowSpeedIE15.39LevitationZA15.210Les Pierres qui TombentBE13.711AlateAE13.61299... (more)

Did you know that FLY-IN France is currently in poll position for the bronze medals?
posted: May 4th, 2016 The story of the Mondial 2016 bronze medals continues with the team that is currently on top in the poll results, the French national Open Class team. The defending bronze medalist from Canada, Evolution, is only in 3rd place after the first Sun Path Products NSL News article covering this topic. Satori XL is considered not only an underdog for bronze medals so far. It seems like the audience does not even agree with the British national team as a bronze medal contender. The Qatar Tigers are the actual underdog. There is also some hope that more teams might be involved in the battle for the... (more)

Did you know that 4mula left all Indoor Cloud League AAA Class teams in the dust?
posted: May 3rd, 2016 The previous highscore for the Indoor Cloud League AAA Class sequence in April was wiped out in the last minute. iFLY Orlando's AAA Class lineup had scored a 20-pointer in the 12-foot flying chamber last week, which tied the highscore that the Bad Boys posted earlier last month in the 14-foot chamber of the Hurricane Factory. Bodyflight Bedford, host of the World Challenge, now had the very last word with a world class 27-pointer. Bodyflight Bedford is the home turf for Joey Jones and his team 4mula, who took on the AAA Class sequence on Saturday, the last day of the month. It was the first... (more)

Did you know that the preview of the battle for bronze medals at the Mondial 2016 begins with Evolution?
posted: May 2nd, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News has mentioned the upcoming and potentially very exciting battle for bronze medals at the World Championship of Formation Skydiving at the Mondial 2016 randomly several times. Five national teams have been mentioned related to this topic: Evolution (Canada), Black Cat (Russia), FLY-IN (France), Tigers (Qatar), Satori XL (Great Britain). There was not much competition for the bronze medals at the last World Meet 2014 in Prostejov. Evolution was even dangerously close to Arizona Airspeed and had no challenger from behind. The situation will be completely different... (more)

Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League extends the dive pool?
posted: May 2nd, 2016 The Indoor Cloud League leaderboard for the month of April is almost complete. iFLY SF Bay and SkyVenture Montreal still have a few days to add their April scores and videos and possibly interfere with the exciting situation on the top of the leaderboard. The current scores would bring iFLY Houston much closer to regional rival iFLY Dallas and iFLY Seattle, who were separated by only one point in the 2016 rankings after the March scores. Both teams would have been very close again in April. However, iFLY Dallas does not have a score for the AAA Class sequence, and iFLY Seattle will move up... (more)

Did you know that Savolo is on the way to a Top 10 spot at the Mondial 2016?
posted: May 1st, 2016 Savolo defended the South African national 4-way championship title successfully last week and will represent the country at the Mondial 2016 later this year. It will be the second World Championship of Formation Skydiving for Savolo, who took Voodoo's spot for South Africa after the Mondial Dubai 2012. Savolo is carefully preparing for the next attempt of challenging the Top 10 teams at a world championship and at least making the first cut. Arizona Airspeed's Thomas Hughes has been coaching the South African team, and the national championships last week were the third competition for Savolo... (more)

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