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Did you know that iFLY Dallas passed iFLY Seattle on the ICL 2015 leaderboard?
posted: Oct 12th, 2015 SkyVenture Montreal was the last Indoor Cloud League team to submit videos and scores for the September leaderboard, which is finally complete. Jan Klapka's Sportflight team at the Hurricane Factory in Prague claimed the highscores in three categories (AAA - AA - A). The Bad Boys have now posted the highest AAA and AA scores for three consecutive months. SkyVenture Montreal was able to keep up with the Czech national 4-way team earlier this year and now even missed scores at all for the two top categories last month. However, Richard Bisson and his Slim Jim lineup posted the highscore for... (more)

Did you know that Black Cat still has a very busy 2015 schedule?
posted: Oct 11th, 2015 The early Sun Path Products NSL News preview of the FAI World Cup 2015 on July 13th reported that Russia would send a strong delegation to the competition in Teuge. It turned out that the Russian delegation would actually be the largest one in Formation Skydiving competition. Russia was the only country with the maximum number of four teams in the 4-way Open Class competition, and there were also Russian teams in the three other FS categories: Infra Red Band in 4-way Women, Tanay in 8-way, Vertical Flystation and UFO in 4-way VFS. It was not only the number of teams that made Russia the second... (more)

Did you know that four world champions have to fix a serious problem for the Clash of Champions?
posted: Oct 9th, 2015 The Clash of Champions at Inflight Dubai at the end of November will feature the second direct confrontation between NMP-PCH Hayabusa and Arizona Airspeed this year, who will then both follow up with ten outdoor rounds at the World Air Games. Hayabusa won the first duel between the two current lineups at the Wind Games 2015, and both teams have not been at the same place and the same time ever since. The double-header in Dubai will pay back for the long break. Both events have very different formats. Only a limited number of invited national teams will compete at the World Air Games, while... (more)

Did you know that Spaceland Lite needed creative engineering for Block 10 at the Dallas Super Cup?
posted: Oct 8th, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News covered the two main 4-way events in Texas, the Texas Shootout in July, and the Dallas Super Cup in September, with a few updates. Both events introduced several of the 4-way teams from Texas who will compete later this month at the USPA Nationals 2015. The Sun Path Products NSL News will report live from the event site at Skydive Arizona in Eloy. Teams from Texas usually end up in USPA medal positions of the AAA/Advanced Class and the AA/Intermediate Class. The currently two strongest teams from Texas, Dallas 350 and Spaceland Lite, have won their USPA medals... (more)

Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League project has a promising start?
posted: Oct 7th, 2015 It's been a good year so far. I just read the August edition of Blue Skies Mag again, where I was quite excited about 4-way development, especially in the Rookie Class. It made me think even more of what's going on in my territory of the skydiving world - and it turns out I feel just as excited when I am checking on one of the newest projects, the Indoor Cloud League activities. I should explain something else before I begin to express my Indoor Cloud League excitement. The National Skydiving League is now probably mostly known for the SKYLEAGUE.COM website and the "journalistic coverage" of... (more)

Did you know that AtomiX YUU will be rewarded for this year's performances?
posted: Oct 6th, 2015 Several teams competing at the FAI World Cup 2015 did not have much time between the last round of their national championships and Round 1 in Teuge. VAF Warriors (July), Eclipse and 4mula (UK), French Girls and the Dutch teams (August) did not have to hurry too much to get to Teuge in time. There was more time pressure on NMP-PCH Hayabusa and the Italian teams (Ex3mo, Energy) with a longer travel distance, who had only two weeks between their two events. The German team AtomiX YUU did not have any time for a break and drove their cars straight from Saarlouis to Teuge as soon as the German... (more)

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