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Did you know that USA and Canada are in 15th and 16th place at the end of the 2015 season?
posted: Jan 23rd, 2016 While several of the best 4-way teams in the world compete at the Wind Games 2016 in Empuriabrava, Spain, the Sun Path Products NSL News has taken once again a closer look at the world rankings that the International Parachuting Commission (IPC) of the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) posted at the end of the 2015 season. The 4-way rankings are showing Belgium in 1st place, which is as accurate as it can be. NMP PCH Hayabusa represents Belgium and has been the undisputed indoor and outdoor leader in 4-way Formation Skydiving competition since winning the gold medals at the World... (more)

Did you know that Dallas 350 was the first team to match Defiance/Shmeland highscores?
posted: Jan 21st, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News had added the meet story on January 17th to the scores of SkyVenture New Hampshire's annual indoor competition. The new videos are now showing the three top teams of the AAA Class competition in action. The story mentioned that Arizona Airspeed's 4-way world champion of 2012, Josh Hall, was filling the open slot for Dallas 350, as Jim Rees was in the judging room all day long. His 2012 team mate Niklas Hemlin, who has been back in Airpeed's lineup since 2015, competed with Fallout who finished right behind Dallas 350. Niklas Hemlin could obviously not convince... (more)

Did you know that Arizona Airspeed introduced the new 2016 lineup on NSL-TV?
posted: Jan 20th, 2016 Arizona Airspeed has been in the headlines frequently since the USPA Nationals 2015, more than ever before in the 21-year history of the team franchise. The topics of the Sun Path Products NSL News went back and forth between coverage of the athletic part, including the opponents, and Airspeed's internal affairs, mainly personnel changes in the past years. The most recent change in the lineup is settled now, and Mikhail Markine is the new point, as reported on January 18th. Airspeed's 2016 lineup is in full indoor and outdoor training swing, and additional time is used to finalize the plans... (more)

Did you know that the Golden Knights had bad luck before the start of the Wind Games?
posted: Jan 19th, 2016 Bad news came from Spain today, where the Wind Games 2016 are scheduled to begin this weekend in Empuriabrava. Golden Knights coach Solly Williams informed the Sun Path Products NSL News that the world's current top team in 4-way Women had to cancel their participation at the upcoming indoor competition after arriving in Spain. The team's complete luggage was stolen from the rental car during a coffee break in Barcelona, and chances are little that the equipment can be recovered before the competition begins. The start of the team's 2016 competition season has to be postponed until the... (more)

Did you know that Mikhail Markine is Arizona Airspeed's new point?
posted: Jan 18th, 2016 It's a fact now: Arizona Airspeed has a new lineup. The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on January 9th that Arizona Airspeed canceled the trip to the Wind Games 2016. The 2015 lineup had decided not to continue after the World Air Games 2015 and parted with inside center Chris Farina. Thomas Hughes, Niklas Hemlin, Thiago Gomes and Justin Price (video) could not find and train a new team member quickly enough to make the trip to Spain this week. The first training camp of the year took place with Mikhail Markine, while Airspeed was also waiting for a decision from 2012 world champion... (more)

Did you know that Meet Director Ben Liston took back the New Hampshire top spot seven years later?
posted: Jan 17th, 2016 Original Mass Defiance member Ben Liston organized his indoor competition at SkyVenture New Hampshire for the 8th time this year, and it took place on January 9th. Once again, he used his modified dive pool to create four competition categories with blocks and random formations that can be executed successfully in the 12-foor flying chamber, according to the skills and experience level of the participants. It is also normal procedure at the New Hampshire competition that experienced 4-way competitors may sign up for more than only one team, which increases the number of participating teams... (more)

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