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Did you know that Arizona Airspeed has lost only one outdoor meet against NMP PCH Hayabusa since 2007?
posted: Dec 3rd, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News published a video clip with a live NMP PCH Hayabusa NSL Talk on November 28th. The Hayabusa members made it very clear how much respect they still have for their main opponent at this point in time, Arizona Airspeed. The new set of competition videos, provided by InTime and Inflight Dubai, are showing how it came to the Belgian 8-point victory at the Clash of Champions 2015. The extended leaderboard adds the point deduction to the numbers, which help to create a more accurate picture of the current situation between the two best 4-way teams in the world. Disregarding... (more)

Did you know that 45 teams competed without Thunder on Saturday in Roosendaal?
posted: Dec 2nd, 2015 The teams at the Clash of Champions were in the middle of their competition with four more rounds at Inflight Dubai on Saturday when the ISR Grand Prix 2015 completed the 8-round competition in Roosendaal on the same day. M4trix member Leander van Schriek reported that the meet started with a message from Thunder ISR, who had a peak performance earlier the same day in Dubai. The Thunder members explained the reason why they were not present at this year's Grand Prix. Leander van Schriek said that this year's event was still as smooth and well attended as last year's: "Four judging panels,... (more)

Did you know that an active Indoor Cloud League winter season is coming?
posted: Dec 1st, 2015 The November competition of the Indoor Cloud League was in its last days while the best teams in the world were flying in the 16-foot chamber of Inflight Dubai for the $200,000 jackpot at the Clash of Champions. Indoor Skydive Roosendaal was also running the annual ISR Grand Prix last Saturday, and Thunder ISR had to miss the event on the team's home soil. The Sun Path Products NSL News has posted the scores and will follow up with more information later. The Indoor Cloud League teams still have a few days to submit videos and scores for flying sessions that were done at the end of last month,... (more)

Did you know that Golden Knights and French FLY-IN Girls have moved closer to each other?
posted: Nov 30th, 2015 The FAI/IPC sanctioned events usually require the creation of a combined leaderboard to compare the scores of the teams in 4-way Women with the scores of the 4-way Open Class teams. At least two of the female top teams are orienting themselves and their performance and scoring levels with the help of the 4-way Open Class leaderboards, the Golden Knights and the French FLY-IN Girls. The combined AAA Class leaderboard of the Sun Path Products NSL News is showing the Golden Knights in 2nd place at the 1st FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championships, where the French FLY-IN Girls finished in 6th place. Both... (more)

Did you know that four 4-way world champions and coaches met for a new Coaches Corner NSL Talk?
posted: Nov 29th, 2015 The aftermath of the Clash of Champions continues with the next Coaches Corner. Four 4-way world champions met for an NSL Talk session after the 4-way Speed Round was completed. Craig Girard, Solly Williams, Jeremie Rollett and Mathieu Bernier are now just as engaged as coaches as they were when they won their 4-way and 8-way gold medals. Craig Girard won several gold medals in 4-way and 8-way with the Golden Knights and Arizona Airspeed. He and Eliana Rodriguez moved to Dubai after their last world meet with Airspeed in Menzelinsk 2010. They were hired by Skydive Dubai to create a formidable... (more)

Did you know that NMP-PCH Hayabusa is still on high alert after a victorious Clash of Champions?
posted: Nov 28th, 2015 It's all said and done at the Clash of Champions, and NMP PCH Hayabusa had the last word, literally. The Sun Path Products NSL News saved the best for last and met with the reigning indoor and outdoor 4-way world champions at the end of the day to wrap up the historic event at Inflight Dubai. It turned out that it required exactly a 26.0 average to make the Top 10 at the Clash of Champions, as predicted in the preview on November 25th. The French national team in 4-way Open, FLY-IN, barely made it with the 10th place, and Gavroche missed the Top 10 for the first time ever since the 8-way... (more)

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