Did you know that Katie Woods and Julia Foxwell still own the highest meet average of British female 4-way competitors?
posted: Oct 8th, 2014 The recent aftermath of the Bodyflight Revenge now features the competition videos of the two top teams in the AAA Class competition, Full Stop XL and Voodoo, provided by InTime.
The Sun Path Products NSL News explained yesterday how four of the five top teams are expected to be involved again next year when they will compete for the right to represent Great Britain at the World Meet 2016 in the USA.
The event and the results also created a special... (more)
Did you know that Vision 99 has finalized new plans for the 2015 season?
posted: Oct 7th, 2014 The recent scores at the Bodyflight Revenge provided a review of the British 4-way competition this year, as the Sun Path Products explained on 5 October 2014.
However, there is more behind the results than only a review of the 2014 season. The top of the leaderboard also provides an idea of how exciting the next year will most likely be in the United Kingdom. The UK Nationals 2015 are the qualification event for the World Meet 2016 in the USA, and... (more)
Did you know that the front pieces have the AAA Class slot switchers this month?
posted: Oct 6th, 2014 The Florida Indoor Cloud League group at iFLY Orlando was once again the first one to post scores and videos for the new October sequences.
The September leaderboard is not complete yet, as the videos from SkyVenture Montreal still need to be added to the scoring numbers. It has always been interesting to see who was in the Canadian lineups, as 4-way celebrities like Katie Woods (Evolution) and shooting stars like Valerie Bisson (Fuzion) have joined the Indoor Cloud League events here and there.
Richard Bisson reported from Canada that... (more)
Did you know that Sian Stokes posted the highest indoor average of a female UK competitor since 2010 at the Bodyflight Revenge?
posted: Oct 5th, 2014 The British 4-way teams had another opportunity last Friday to add some competition scores to their 2014 collection, as Bodyflight Beford, host of the annual World Challenge, added a second indoor event to the meet schedule, the Bodyflight Revenge.
38 British teams came to Bedford, and three visiting teams from Portugal and Denmark joined the competition.
It was the 5th time this year that both national 4-way teams, Vision 99 (4-way... (more)
Did you know that new teams from Poland enter the 4-way world with passion?
posted: Oct 4th, 2014 Poland had a 4-way team at a World Championship of Formation Skydiving only four times (1989: 3.0 - 1991: 3.8 - 1997: 5.3 - 2001: 4.8) since 1985. However, this does not mean that there is no recent 4-way competition in the eastern European country.
In fact, Poland held its national championships last week, and four teams completed ten rounds from a Turbolet 410 at the skydiving center in Kruszyn.
The scoring level of the winning team, Un4given, is far above Poland's 4-way national teams from long ago and would be competitive with several of the teams that did not make the first cut on the... (more)
Did you know that Arizona Airspeed agrees with 61% of the audience?
posted: Oct 3rd, 2014 61% of the SKYLEAGUE.COM audience thought that Niklas Hemlin should be in Arizona Airspeed's point slot, while 39% voted for Chris Farina. The members of the current Airspeed lineup agree with the majority of the audience, and Niklas Hemlin will go back to the slot that he had years ago with Fastrax.
Niklas Hemlin was not in the same piece with Airspeed's center outside Thomas Hughes by then. Former DeLand Majik 4-way world champion Doug Park was his front piece partner, and Thomas Hughes was filling the center inside slot for Fastrax when Mark Kirkby left the team.