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Did you know that NWSL director Deb Correia can be proud of Seattle Swift?
posted: Oct 27th, 2016 The Intermediate Class competition at the USPA Nationals 2016 had still the largest participation of all Formation Skydiving events, even though roughly a dozen teams had moved up into the Advanced Class with the complete IPC dive pool. However, ten of the 26 Intermediate Class (AA) teams were not eligible for official rankings on the USPA leaderboard, and one of them finished on the very top, Seattle Swift. The Northwest Skydiving League team attended three of the four NWSL meets before the USPA Nationals, and the Sun Path Products NSL News had introduced Seattle Swift as a top contender... (more)

Did you know that the race between Arizona Airspeed and SDC Rhythm XP will have a fresh start in 2017?
posted: Oct 26th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News has been following the competition between the two major U.S. team franchises or powerhouses in 4-way Formation Skydiving competition ever since the SDC Rhythm XP team project was launched by JaNette and Steve Lefkowitz in 2007. The Lefkowitz couple have reduced the difference between their different lineups and Airspeed from 10.9 in 2007 (23.0 - 10.9) to 2.7 (26.5 - 23.8) this week in Eloy. This distance is identical with the one at the USPA Nationals 2012, which was for Airspeed the run-up to the gold medals at the Mondial Dubai 2012. Thomas Hughes, Josh Hall,... (more)

Did you know that Round 6 has a very fast 8-way sequence for tomorrow?
posted: Oct 25th, 2016 The 4-way competition at the USPA Nationals 2016 was completed without any surprises and extra jump-off rounds. Arizona Airspeed still ended up with the highest outdoor average of the 2016 season, despite the slow last three rounds. The first seven rounds of the meet on Monday with three very fast sequences (47 - 39 - 37) had produced a 30.1 average, which was reduced to 26.5 by the 18-average of the last three rounds and still enough to beat NMP PCH HayaBusa's 26.2 average at the FAI Mondial 2016. Mass Defiance defended the 5th place successfully against Arizona Alpha and came back only... (more)

Did you know that Open and Advanced Class 4-way teams suffer low scoring today?
posted: Oct 25th, 2016 The second day with the three remaining 4-way rounds is a much harder one for the AAA Class teams at the USPA Nationals 2016 who have to deal with the same three sequences for scores on the Open and Advanced Class leaderboards. The fastest round of the competition at the end of Monday was followed by the slowest one this morning. It will not get much easier today, as Chris Talbert told the Sun Path Products NSL News this morning during a live NSL Talk from Eloy. Each of the last three rounds has a 3-block sequence, and the scores of Round 8 indicate how the teams have to be ready to see the... (more)

Did you know that there are tough battles for USPA medals in all categories?
posted: Oct 24th, 2016 The Open Class competition at the USPA Nationals 2016 began with an exciting shocker when SDC Rhythm XP took a 1-point lead over Arizona Airspeed. Could it really be possible that the challenger was ready to cause some serious problems for the defending champion? The answer came quickly in the next round, and Airspeed is now 23 points ahead after Round 7. Thomas Hughes will retire with a USPA gold medal, and Ari Perelman, who is competing with Arizona Zulu this week, will have to defend the title next year, while SDC Rhythm XP is showing clearly that the real charge begins right after this national... (more)

Did you know that SDC Core dominates the 4-way VFS world?
posted: Oct 23rd, 2016 The 8-way lineup of the Golden Knights is not the only U.S. team in complete control of their event at this point in time. VFS team SDC Core has shown the same dominance this year, and the latest victory was completed yesterday at the USPA Nationals. This time, the U.S. teams tried to interfere with the defending VFS champion. The same four teams who took on SDC Core at last year's national championships were back on Friday to challenge the currently best indoor and outdoor team in the world. They had even less of a chance than a year ago, and the distance between 1st and 2nd (Arizona Arsenal)... (more)

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