supported by:
Vigil Logo


National
Skydiving
League

1665 Lexington Ave
Suite 102
Deland FL 32724
tel: (386) 490-9366

© 2003 - 2016
All Rights Reserved


supported by:



Valid HTML Valid CSS!

Sun Path Products NSL News


| Viewing Articles 4587 to 4592 of 4616
First | Previous | Next | Last

Did you know that nothing changed in France in the second half?
posted: Aug 8th, 2016 Nothing changed in France after the first five rounds of the national championships last week. The national 4-way Open Class lineup defended the top position successfully, and the French Girls had to accept their first unofficial and internal defeat since the personnel change after the FAI World Cup 2015. The Open Class team even extended the 3-point lead after Round 5 to eight points. However, the French Girls still ended up with the highest average (22.6) in the French 4-way Women history, disregarding the 23.6 average at the World Meet 2010 in Menzelinsk, where all 4-way teams benefitted... (more)

Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League features July's BEST OF THE MONTH video?
posted: Aug 6th, 2016 The July competition of the Indoor Cloud League is over, and the two different monthly leaderboards for the 12+ and 14+ flying chambers have not changed the annual rankings. iFLY Seattle had the highest total on the 14+ leaderboard, and the Hurricane Factory still maintained the top spot after adding only 38 points last month. However, the Czech lead is down to 49 points at half time, and there are six months to go in 2016. The BEST OF THE MONTH video features once again the Bad Boys with the highscores for both FAI Open Class sequences. The Czech national team in 4-way Open has finally decided... (more)

Did you know that the French national Open Class team has the first lead over the French Girls since October 2015?
posted: Aug 5th, 2016 France is next in the line of national championships in the European summer. It's a smaller event compared to the Coupe de France meets earlier this year, however, the four national 4-way teams are using the opportunity for a serious competition practice before two of them travel soon to the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2016. The teams in 3rd and 4th place after Round 4 are the French national B-Teams, and the two teams in the top spots don't need much of an introduction any longer. The Sun Path Products NSL News has covered both teams on a regular basis. The French Girls... (more)

Did you know that iFLY Seattle outscored iFLY Houston by one single point in July?
posted: Aug 4th, 2016 The July competition of the Indoor Cloud League was completed, while scores and videos were still submitted at the very end of the month. It was a slower month on both leaderboards (12+ and 14+) since the summer months are still mostly dedicated to outdoor training and competition for most 4-way teams and competitors. It is a very unusual situation when the Hurricane Factory ends up on the bottom of the leaderboard. Jan Klapka said that several of his Czech teams did not visit the Hurricane Factory last month. However, the Bad Boys still posted the highscores for the AAA and AA categories and... (more)

Did you know that the German national team Airbus has joined the Top 10 rankings?
posted: Aug 3rd, 2016 Last weekend's scores (Mid-German Championship 2016) included this year's first outdoor scores of Germany’s national team in 4-way Open, Airbus, who will compete for their country at the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2016. Airbus posted a new team record average after the six rounds in Eisenach, and the nature of the competition draw was similar to the one that NMP PCH HayaBusa had last week in Belgium. It was a slow first half with 13 of the 22 blocks and 7 of the 16 random formations in six rounds, and four of the six rounds started with a block on the hill. Satori XL... (more)

Did you know that 4shades of Grey and BOOBs had an ICL 1-point battle at iFLY Houston?
posted: Aug 2nd, 2016 iFLY Houston's Indoor Cloud League team came together a second time last month after posting the first July scores on July 19th. Katrina and Devon Shows had four lineups on July 26th who tried to challenge the previously posted scores. 4shades of Grey had once again player coach Scott Latinis in the lineup and improved the 14-pointer of July 14th by four points. However, it was not enough to hold off Babes On Our Bellies (BOOBs) with the same player coach. Erika Barczak, Debbie Hoffpauir and Amber Taylor outscored Chad Hall, Randy Morgan and Billy Whitaker by a point and posted the A Class... (more)

Get your weekly updates - Subscribe to the Sun Path Products NSL News

You can comment on this and discuss it with your friends on Facebook or share with even more:
Bookmark and Share