Did you know that the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship begins with memory challenges?
posted: Mar 15th, 2013 It was a cold morning, and the teams at the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2013 were glad about a start that was later than at previous events.
The competition draw was still a popular topic. Five of the ten rounds have slot switching sequences, and the competition began with two of them. Round 3 does not really bring much relief with another slower and technical sequence.
Judges Jim Rees and Eric Heinsheimer have almost completed the judging of Round 1, and the first scores will be posted soon, together with the... (more)
Did you know that ten teams from ten countries are responsible for the Paraclete XP Outdoor sequences?
posted: Mar 15th, 2013 The competition draw for the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2013 is posted, and it is a slow one.
Ten of the 19 teams, all from different countries, were once again responsible for the nature of the sequences, as they pulled the numbers and letters live in front of the complete audience at the Clarion Hotel DeLand.
Cool Runnings from the Netherlands opened the competition draw with the sequence for Round 1. The Dutch team launches the 4th season with the same lineup and competes for the first time in the AAA Class.... (more)
Did you know that new Evolution videos are showing 16 competition rounds less than a week before the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2013?
posted: Mar 13th, 2013 It is getting busier at the hosting skydiving center of the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2013, Skydive DeLand. Visiting teams are arriving every day and try to get as many warmup jumps in as possible before the start of the competition on Friday morning.
The event begins with the opening ceremony, including team introduction and live competition draw, at the Clarion Hotel DeLand on Thursday evening. The first five rounds will then be completed on Friday, which is the end of the first half and determines each team's... (more)
Did you know that Denmark has a large delegation at the World Challenge 2013?
posted: Mar 12th, 2013 The NSL News reported on 8 March 2013 that a team from Denmark, the VAF Warriors, have signed up for the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2013, which begins this Friday in DeLand.
The story introduced the team's lineup and the history of the members. The VAF Warriors are one of several teams in Denmark who are re-grouping in different lineups. It seems as if only one Danish team is coming back with exactly the same lineup as in 2012.
AirPlay started... (more)
Did you know that Evolution scored the second highest meet average in history last weekend?
posted: Mar 11th, 2013 The indoor scores from the Czech Republic did not last too long on the front page. They have been replaced by a new leaderboard from Canada where SkyVenture Montreal hosted the Canadian Indoor Championship 2013.
It was a multi-category event and included 4way in three competition classes (AAA - AA - A). In addition, the Rookie Class competitors had their own category in a 4way Scrambles event. Tunnel flyers also competed in VFS 2way and 4way, a "Neo Freestyle" competition and in "Artistic".
The NSL News singled out the AAA Class scores of Evolution, Canada's national 4way team, who posted... (more)
Did you know that there are several successful world class family affairs??
posted: Mar 10th, 2013 The NSL News has mentioned the family connections and bonds within 4way and 8way teams whenever it fit to the according story. It has happened quite frequently in the history of the NSL News and eventually became a separate topic for the monthly column in the Blue Skies Mag.
NMP-PCH Hayabusa has two brothers in the lineup, David and Andy Grauwels, who plan to become 4way world champions in 2014. Marin and Martial Ferre did the same already in 1999 for France. Mathieu and Guillaume Bernier copied it again for France, first in 8way in 2006 and 2008, then in 4way in 2010.
Canada had the most... (more)