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Did you know that the AA Class leaderboard of the July 16 weekend allows a preview of the USPA Nationals 2016?
posted: Jul 25th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News posted the first preview of the USPA Nationals 2016 with the introduction of Seattle Swift on July 20th. The Northwest Skydiving League team became instantly one of the top contenders for medals in USPA's Intermediate Class with the 11.1 average after eight rounds. An 11+ average is usually bringing AA/Intermediate Class teams into medal contention at USPA Nationals. The July 16 weekend brought together several AA Class teams on the overall leaderboard who might meet each other again under live event conditions and for ten rounds at the national championships in... (more)

Did you know that Satori XL completed all ten rounds of the July 16 weekend?
posted: Jul 24th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News began with the coverage of the July 16 record weekend on July 18th. It was the AAA Class leaderboard that received the first attention, with the national 4-way Open Class teams from France and Great Britain on the top of the rankings. France and Satori XL are both potential medal contenders of this year's World Championship of Formation Skydiving at the Mondial 2016. France has been the top candidate for the Sun Products NSL News audience ever since the bronze medal poll was offered, while Satori XL is an underdog behind the Qatar Tigers, Evolution from Canada... (more)

Did you know that iFLY SFBay took the lead on the 12+ Indoor Cloud League leaderboard?
posted: Jul 23rd, 2016 It did not take too long until iFLY SFBay's Indoor Cloud League team countered the recent update of iFLY Orlando's July scores. In fact, Northern California Skydiving League Director Lori Connor had collected her scores and videos earlier this month and just posted all data later. However, the iFLY SFBay team outscored the ICL teams and competitors in Florida and took the July lead for the 12+ flying chambers. The updated 12+ leaderboard now also includes the AAA Class score posted by iFLY Houston earlier this month. The July Tunnel Kicker of the Northern California Skydiving League happened... (more)

Did you know that iFLY Orlando had an internal 3-team Indoor Cloud League competition last night?
posted: Jul 22nd, 2016 iFLY Orlando's Indoor Cloud League team had launched their challenge of the July sequences for the 12+foot flying chambers on July 15th with a total of 72 points. The AAA Class sequence was the only one of the six ICL categories without a number after the first event at iFLY Orlando, and last night's ICL team made sure that the void would be filled. Three of the four lineups had the AAA Class sequence (B-14-C-17) on the training and competition agenda, together with the sequences for the AA and A Class. It was a true internal 4-way competition over three rounds that took place last night... (more)

Did you know that Eclipse has become a AAA Class underdog for UK medals with the original 2010 A Class lineup?
posted: Jul 21st, 2016 Last weekend's 4-way events included the July meet of the United Kingdom Skydiving League at Skydive Hibaldstow, where 32 British teams contributed heavily to create a combined leaderboard with new record participation (71). The Sun Path Products NSL News covered the international field on the AAA Class leaderboard with the story on July 18th. The French national team in 4-way Open and Satori XL caught most of the attention by posting world class scores in their run-up to the World Meet 2016. The French B-Teams and the best U.S. team, Skydive Midwest Next, were also mentioned in the same... (more)

Did you know that Seattle Swift is training hard for the USPA Nationals 2016?
posted: Jul 20th, 2016 The AA Class was the most popular category on last weekend's record breaking leaderboard with a total of 71 teams. Northwest Skydiving League team Seattle Swift took the top spot away from the French team Arbeit 4 ASPU Maubeuge. Swift was five points ahead after five rounds, which were completed by all AA Class teams. Both teams actually completed the next three rounds, as well, and Swift maintained and extended the lead. The adjusted leaderboard is showing the rankings after Round 5, which was the end of the competition at the Southern Skydiving League meet. The British teams added another... (more)

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