Did you know that Canada will have an exciting battle in 4way Women at the national championships?
posted: Jun 27th, 2013 Nouvel Air, home turf for Canada's national 4way team Evolution, hosted this year's second meet in Canada last weekend. The Canadian 2013 season had begun with the Canadian Indoor Championship 2013 in March and continued with the first outdoor meet this month at Parachute Montreal.
Three of the nine teams at Nouvel Air last weekend (Fuzion, Runway 4, Backcap) had attended both previous events.
Fuzion and Runway 4 repeated their first outdoor duel in the AAA Class and both increased their scoring averages by over... (more)
Did you know that Thunder videographer Grim Swinnen combines world class swooping and 4way filming?
posted: Jun 26th, 2013 Last weekend's leaderboard is complete with the scores from Canada and the Midwest. However, the Sun Path Products NSL News goes back one more time to the Tomscat Trophy for a good reason. More Thunder videos are now available, and the AAA Class winner has not received much attention yet.
Reason for the little attention was the fact that the battle for the 2nd place between Whooops and Creeps was very interesting. Even Cool Runnings and the team's quest to beat the 10-average level in the AAA/Open Class caught more... (more)
Did you know that New England is winning the Indoor Cloud League AA Class category at SkyVenture New Hampshire so far?
posted: Jun 25th, 2013 New indoor and outdoor scores were posted today. The Midwest Skydiving League completed the second meet of the 2013 season at Skydive Chicago, while Brian Touhey provided the Sun Path Products NSL News with the June scores of his group at SkyVenture New Hampshire for the Indoor Cloud League.
Brian Touhey's New England group has posted a total of 73 points for the six categories so far, which is his second highest result since joining the Indoor Cloud League in March 2013. Florida is once again far ahead with a total of 121 points at... (more)
Did you know that NSL-TV features 4way eye candy of SkyQuest 2001?
posted: Jun 24th, 2013 The NSL Sun Path News is still waiting for the scores of last weekend and used the extra time to go far back in the video archives. Latest result of the current NSL-TV digitizing efforts is a review of the best 4way teams in the USA after Arizona Airspeed's Vertical lineup had won the 4way gold medals at the World Meet 2001 in Spain.
Airspeed was the best 4way team on the planet after winning in Spain and continuing with the same lineup in 2002. However, the Golden Knights had switched the focus on 4way a few years ago and were only two points behind Airspeed at the USPA Nationals shortly after... (more)
Did you know that Whooops posted the annual 20-pointer at the right time?
posted: Jun 23rd, 2013 The national 4way team of the Netherlands, Whooops, moved up into the AAA Class in 2008 after progressing through the lower categories year by year.
Different Whooops lineups have posted one round with a 20+ score every year in the AAA Class ever since, with one exception in 2009.
The last 20-pointer (E,F,22,O) at the Tomscat Trophy had the slowest of all five sequences between 2008 and 2013 and was probably the most important one for Whooops so far.
Whooops and Creeps were tied in 2nd place behind Thunder,... (more)
Did you know that the A Class leaderboard was shaken up after three rounds?
posted: Jun 22nd, 2013 Things are happening quickly in Canada this year. The 4way teams in the Quebec/Montreal area just completed their first competition of the 2013 season last weekend at Parachute Montreal, and the next meet is already on its way this weekend at NouvelAir, the home of Evolution. The NSL Sun Path News tries to keep up with the Canadian action and finishes up last weekend's competition before the first scores of the new meet weekend will be posted on the next leaderboard.
Last weekend's leaderboard once again needed some adjustments due to the different number of completed rounds at the different... (more)