Did you know that Voodoo's UK lineup outscored the USPA lineup?
posted: Sep 25th, 2014 The AAA Class field at the UK Nationals 2014 included a new team - even though it was not really new. Voodoo had attended several national championships in Great Britain before (2009, 2010, 2012, 2013). However, Voodoo was the South African national 4-way team at those events and competed as a guest team.
This year, Vana and Dennis Parker and David Sumter had officially retired as the South African national team after having been living in Great Britain for several years. In fact, they were now eligible to win the... (more)
Did you know that FSL teams shook up last weekend's Rookie Class leaderboard?
posted: Sep 23rd, 2014 The 2014 outdoor competition season is slowly coming to an end. Russia is the last country holding the national championships this week, while only the Northern California Skydiving League and the Florida Skydiving League have one more competition scheduled, their playoffs, before this year's NSL Championship in November. The 5th Dubai Cup will be last major event of the year.
The Sun Path Products NSL News will soon have the opportunity to catch up with the aftermath of other major events of the 2014 season. However, winter will not be an end for the indoor events. The Czech Republic will hold... (more)
Did you know that the UK meet experience helped to win the ESL Spirit for the 2nd time?
posted: Sep 22nd, 2014 The ESL Championship 2014 was successfully concluded after eight rounds. Not much changed after the first six rounds on Friday, and the four teams from Great Britain made sure that the ESL Spirit sword went to their homeland for the 2nd time.
Bodyflight Aero (A Class) and Perpetual Chaos (Rookie Class) maintained their top spots and received 10 ESL points each. A Class team Entropy added 6 ESL points for the 3rd place, and Vultures 4 Mayhem finished off the other delegations with their 5th place in the AAA Class for... (more)
Did you know that there is a 4-point difference between indoor and outdoor scoring?
posted: Sep 21st, 2014 Thunder ISR won the ESL Championship 2014 with a 21.1 average this weekend. The same lineup had posted a 25.4 average at the Wind Games 2014 and then a 24.1 average at the World Challenge 2014.
Fire Coopers, winner of the A Class competition in Teuge this weekend, had an 18.7 average in April in Bedford and finished in 1st place at the ESL Championship with a... (more)
Did you know that the UK delegation is on top after Round 6 at the ESL Championship?
posted: Sep 20th, 2014 The ESL Championship is now in full swing in Teuge, Netherlands. The 23 teams completed six rounds on Friday, the first day of the competition.
Once again, the host has more teams registered than the other delegations from seven different countries, and the Dutch delegation can take the advantage of it by scoring with teams in all four categories. However, the Dutch Rookie Class teams actually put the Netherlands in 2nd place in the competition for the ESL Spirit, which goes to the delegation with the highest number... (more)