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Did you know that Scottish Kiss and Simba posted 2016 top averages last weekend in DeLand?
posted: May 25th, 2016 Last weekend was supposed to bring 4-way teams from four different states in the U.S.A. together on the same leaderboard. However, the weather cooperated only in Central Florida (Florida Skydiving League) and on the western end of the Florida Panhandle (Southern Skydiving League). The Carolina Skydiving League and the Virginia Parachute Council had scheduled meets for the same weekend, as well, which had to be canceled due to bad weather. The forecast was once again not much better for Florida, and the teams were positively surprised when the six meet rounds were quite easily completed on... (more)

Did you know that two different iFLY Orlando teams tied their Indoor Cloud League totals for May?
posted: May 22nd, 2016 Several 4-way competitors in Florida came together one more time at iFLY Orlando last Thursday before jumping from air planes this weekend for the May meet of the Florida Skydiving League. The previous iFLY Orlando Indoor Cloud League scores for May were the target of five different lineups who took on all six sequences. The first three iFLY Orlando scores for May were posted at the first event on May 7th and wiped out completely just five days later by James Hall, Sebastian Jimenez, Bob Byrne, Lee Perera, Jimmy Xu and Kurt Gaebel. However, a number for the R Class sequence was still missing... (more)

Did you know that M4trix competes for the Netherlands at the Mondial 2016?
posted: May 21st, 2016 The Dutch 8-way team project M8trix was launched in 2011, and some of the members also competed in 4-way with M4trix. The main focus has been on 8-way training and competition, and M8trix represented the Netherlands at the last two World Championships of Formation Skydiving in Dubai 2012 (7th) and Prostejov 2014 (5th). M8trix then placed 4th at the FAI World Cup 2015 with the team's highest meet average (13.9). The 4-way half of the 8-way team also competed in Teuge last year and was heavily involved in the same battle for the semi-final slots with the VAF Warriors and eX3mo. The Dutch 8-way... (more)

Did you know that the VAF Warriors are still Denmark's national 4-way team?
posted: May 21st, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported the results of Denmark's annual DFU Cup on May 10th. Valkyria had qualified as Denmark's national 4-way team in 4-way Women by beating the required 10.0 average. Pangaea won the AAA Class competition with a 13.7 average at the beginning of the team's own preparations for competing at the Mondial 2016. Denmark's national team in 4-way Open, VAF Warriors, had represented the country at the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 in Prostejov, where they finished 11th after battling with eX3mo 4 from Italy for the last slot in the semi-finals.FAI... (more)

Did you know that The FAI/IPC tie-breaker rules have been simplified?
posted: May 19th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News has recently brought important rule changes to the attention of the SKYLEAGUE.COM audience. Part 1 reported that the cuts for semi-finals and finals at FAI/IPC events were removed. Part 2 explained that the special "side-body link-up" definition does not exist any longer. Part 3 was indoor specific and related to contact with wind tunnel walls and floors. The last important rule change in 4-way and 8-way Formation Skydiving competition concludes the story of the tie-breaking rule, which began with the battle for gold medal in 4-way Women between Golden Knights... (more)

Did you know that Scott Latinis helped iFLY Houston to steal the Indoor Cloud League A Class highscore from iFLY Dallas?
posted: May 18th, 2016 The FAI/IPC competition rules for Formation Skydiving competition usually apply from the top level (World Cup - World Meet) down to the grass roots. However, the recent rule change for indoor competition does not have a serious impact on indoor events around the world, which have mostly been run without much concern about contact with walls and floors in the flying chambers. The Indoor Cloud League events will not be effected in any way, while the recent removal of the side-body link-up rule fully applies for all indoor and outdoor training and competition activities. The Indoor Cloud League... (more)

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