Did you know that half of the Dutch national 8-way team won the 4-way competition?
posted: Jul 6th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News story on 4 July 2014 mentioned that the Tomscat Trophy in the Netherlands is usually the bigger event than the national championships, which took place this weekend.
This special situation was confirmed once again this year, as 18 teams in four categories had attended the Tomscat Trophy, while eight teams competed in two categories this weekend.
Once again, the AAA Class winner was not the Dutch national team of 2014,... (more)
Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard for June is complete?
posted: Jul 5th, 2014 The Indoor Cloud League leaderboard for June 2014 is finally complete after the scores and videos of the Northwest Skydiving League group at iFLY Seattle have been processed and posted.
NWSL Director Deb Correia organized one hour-long event this month at iFLY Seattle, with eleven participants and four coaches (Deb Correia, Dave Correia, David Zhang, Carolyn Chow). Carolyn Chow did double-duty flying with one Rookie Class group and another one with more experienced flyers.
One of her lineups (Jeremy Eggum, Martin Fox, Steve Platt, Paul... (more)
Did you know that Creeps won the ISR Stimulation Prize at the Tomscat Trophy 2014?
posted: Jul 4th, 2014 The Dutch Nationals 2014 take place this weekend in the Netherlands, and the Sun Path Products NSL News goes back one more time to the Tomscat Trophy 2014, which has been the biggest 4-way competition in the Netherlands for many years.
Thunder ISR won the AAA Class competition with a new team record average, as the story on 14 June 2014 reported. Thunder did not have much competition in this category, however, there was a very interesting situation... (more)
Did you know that 4-way world champion Josh Hall and Yvonne "Yo" Owyeong have big plans for Southern California?
posted: Jul 3rd, 2014 This year's great comeback success of the Northern California Skydiving League must have been inspiring for competitors of the neighboring Southern California Skydiving League, which was launched even earlier than the original NCSL.
In fact, it was the Southwest Skydiving League, including Arizona and California, that became the first league in the NSL Network on the west coast in 2000. Arizona and California eventually separated and formed their own leagues due to the long travel distances. California also finally split up into the northern... (more)
Did you know that the coaches lineup posted the AA Class highscore at iFLY Dallas?
posted: Jul 2nd, 2014 The June competition of the Indoor Cloud League is over, and the new sequences for July have been posted. iFLY Seattle will still follow up with June scores and videos, as Northwest Skydiving League director Deb Correia confirmed.
This means that the June competition could turn out to be the most competitive month in the history of the Indoor Cloud League. The three groups currently on the top of the leaderboard are separated by only four points at the moment. That's nothing new, as three tunnel groups were also only four points away from... (more)
Did you know that the Northern California Skydiving League added a top contender to the AA Class rankings?
posted: Jul 1st, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 26 June 2014 that the AA Class scores of the June 21 weekend provided a preview of this year's competition at the USPA Nationals in the AA/Intermediate Class.
It took only one week until the next AA Class team posted a 2-digit meet average, which indicates medal contention at the national championships. The Northern California Skydiving League completed its third meet this year last weekend, and Team Singularity finished with a 10.8... (more)