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Did you know that the Clash of Champions includes an 8-way indoor competition?
posted: Aug 26th, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News continues with the 8-way topic, which was recently covered with a preview of the 8-way competition at the FAI World Cup 2015. The next 8-way event is actually coming up very soon in Germany, where the national championships in Saarlouis include an 8-way event with several teams. The Sun Path Products NSL News will report live from the competition site. There has been only one 8-way indoor competition so far, which has been a part of the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship since 2011. 8-way indoor competition is realistically only possible in a flying chamber that... (more)

Did you know that the Czech Zeleny and Zluti juniors are scoring more and higher?
posted: Aug 25th, 2015 Old and new Dutch 4-way champion M4trix was the first AAA Class team this month posting scores and videos for the August sequence of the Indoor Cloud League competition. iFLY Orlando's AAA Class lineup had no chance to keep up, neither with the Dutch national team nor with the Czech national 4-way team Bad Boys, who now followed up with a 26-pointer as the new current highscore for the AAA Class sequences (G,6,F,3). Dutch AA Class team 4igami had added the 13-pointer to the Roosendaal account before competing at the Dutch Nationals 2015 last week. The Czech Indoor Cloud League Sportflight... (more)

Did you know that the 8-way competition at the World Cup promises exciting battles?
posted: Aug 24th, 2015 The results of the poll for the competition in 4-way Women at the FAI World Cup 2015 were not a big surprise at all, and the Golden Knights are going into this new battle as the top favorite. The situation in 8-way is different in many ways. The outcome on the very top of the leaderboard is open, even though the 8-way world champions of 2012 and 2014, the Golden Knights, will compete with a well-trained team and seven reigning world champions of 2014. There is a big question mark behind the performance level of the French 8-way team, which is loaded with former world champions, as well. The... (more)

Did you know that all UK teams are not done yet?
posted: Aug 23rd, 2015 The 70 teams at the UK Nationals 2015 needed both weekend days this year at Skydive Hibaldstow to complete two of the four 4-way events. The weather situation forces all AAA Class teams and several Rookie Class teams to come back on Monday for the remaining rounds. Only the AA and A Class leaderboards were complete on Sunday evening There are no big surprises in the AAA Class, as Satori XL became the top favorite as soon as the team announced a comeback with the new lineup. There is a fierce battle between 4mula and Vision 99 for the 2nd place though, and Joey Jones' 2015 lineup is two... (more)

Did you know that M4trix won the Dutch 4-way gold medals last week?
posted: Aug 23rd, 2015 The Dutch Nationals 2015 were completed after ten rounds on the island of Texel last week, while the 70 British 4-way teams are trying to complete their own national championships in Hibaldstow. There were no surprises in the Netherlands. The 4-way experts of the Dutch 8-way team M8trix (Jaap Keuter, Leon van Leeuwen, Leander van Schriek, Mechie Voermans, with Kjeld van Druten on camera) won easily with the team's best outdoor average of 15.5 after ten rounds. The Sun Path Products NSL News had posted a preview of the Dutch Nationals 2015 and the World Cup on August 9th. There was not much... (more)

Did you know that the DeLand Falcons presented a special Crank in Round 4?
posted: Aug 21st, 2015 Last but not least, the Rookie Class teams from the Northwest and the Florida Skydiving League had their own battles last weekend, as well, and the Rookie Class leaderboard was actually the only one where each team claimed or tied a highscore for a round. NWSL team Low Key and FSL team DeLand Falcons were racing for the top spot on the leaderboard, while Ritzville Sundown (NWSL) and Group Therapy (FSL) eventually finished tied in 3rd place. Low Key was the only Rookie Class team who had attended a meet prior to last weekend's events this year and improved the meet average from 3.8 to 5.3... (more)

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