Did you know that Arizona Airspeed celebrated the 20-year anniversary in May?
posted: Jun 17th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News covered Arizona Airspeed's 20-year anniversary the first time on 18 February 2014, and then again briefly with the update on 30 May 2014. Mark Kirkby's retirement announcement and Niklas Hemlin's comeback in 2015 were actually the main topics of the story.
However, the same story included the mention that the anniversary topic will soon find its own and separate special attention. The new monthly TURNING POINTS column for Blue... (more)
Did you know that Katie Woods talked about her family team experiences on NSL-TV?
posted: Jun 16th, 2014 Evolution member Katie Woods recently caught the special attention of the Sun Path Products NSL News once again, when she filled an open slot for Canada's Bisson family team, 4Astrophe, and posted new Indoor Cloud League scores. 4Astrophe collected ICL points in May for SkyVenture Montreal after posting videos of the AAA (15) and AA (23) Class sequences.
The first story on 6 June 2014 explained how Katie Woods has become a family team expert over the years. The follow-up... (more)
Did you know that Bodyflight teams won two UK outdoor categories last weekend?
posted: Jun 16th, 2014 The 4way teams in the United Kingdom completed their scheduled six rounds on Saturday last weekend, while the Dutch teams at the Tomscat Trophy celebrated their successfully completed ten rounds and the 5 - 1 victory of the Netherlands over reigning world champion Spain at the Futbol World Cup.
The UK teams did not have the same opportunity as the Dutch teams. They completed all six rounds on Saturday and were probably also hoping for a good Futbol party, as their national team played the same night against Italy.
It did not turn out the same way when Italy won 2 - 1 and the UK 4way teams... (more)
Did you know that Thunder ISR has moved up to the next scoring level?
posted: Jun 14th, 2014 This weekend's first update comes with the final scores from the Tomscat Trophy in the Netherlands.
The Sun Path Products NSL News preview of the event on 10 June 2014 had introduced the field of 4way teams, and it turned out that 18 teams competed this year, exactly the same number of teams as in 2013.
It was the 20th anniversary of the Tomscat Trophy, which followed the recent 20-year anniversary celebration of Arizona Airspeed. There is even... (more)
Did you know that Northern California posted the first ICL June scores at iFLY SF Bay?
posted: Jun 13th, 2014 The Indoor Cloud League sequences for June include another slot switcher for the AAA Class lineups, and the Northern California Skydiving League group posted the first scores after their first NCSL Tunnel Kicker this month at iFLY SF Bay.
The May sequence for the AAA Class (O,E,14,3) had memory only for the front piece, as the Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 11 June 2014, when 13-year old 4Astrophe Point Yannick Bisson became the youngest AAA Class competitor in 4way... (more)
Did you know that Monaco Vitalsea and Armee de l'Air finished tied for the first time in 26 meets?
posted: Jun 12th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News update on 7 June 2014 was too early assuming that Monaco Vitalsea would turn the tables with the French Air Force team from Nice at the first Coupe de France competition of the 2014 season.
The next update of the same meet weekend on 9 June 2014 showed a leaderboard where both teams were tied on the very top of the AAA Class competition after eight rounds.
It was the end of the competition in France, while the German teams at... (more)