Did you know that SDC Rhythm XP explained the team project plans for 2014?
posted: Sep 27th, 2013 It seems like not much has changed on the top of the leaderboard after the USPA Nationals 2013, disregarding the fact that SDC Rhythm XP ended up on the bottom of the USPA leaderboard as a guest team.
The two best US teams, Arizona Airspeed and SDC Rhythm XP, both defended their positions in 1st and 2nd place successfully and easily after they went through similar personnel changes. Both teams needed two new active members, and Airspeed also had to recruit a new team videographer. This will now be the only recruiting... (more)
Did you know that Barkli's new 8way lineup is picking up the pace?
posted: Sep 26th, 2013 Yesterday's Sun Path Products NSL News story included new 8way competition videos of the Golden Knights at the USPA Nationals 2013. The article began with more details of the national 8way competition at Skydive Chicago and transitioned into the bigger picture of international 8way competition at the end.
The article also included the small leaderboard of this year's Russian Nationals, which was reduced to three rounds due to bad weather in Kolomna. Barkli videographer Andrey Seliverstov now provided NSL-TV with the... (more)
Did you know that the Golden Knights have to look to Europe for serious 8way competition?
posted: Sep 25th, 2013 An important part of the coverage of the USPA Nationals 2013 was still missing, and the aftermath of the event begins with the 8way videos of the Golden Knights.
The 8way lineup of the US Army finished with a 22.3 average after ten rounds, which is the highest 8way meet average that was ever posted at USPA Nationals. The French 8way team had posted the previous highscore average of 22.2 at the USPA Nationals 2008.
There was no serious competition for the Golden Knights for the gold medals this year, and the real... (more)
Did you know that AtomiX was the busiest German 4way team of the 2013 season?
posted: Sep 24th, 2013 The newest leaderboard was generated with scores from Germany where the second part of the annual Nord Cup was scheduled for last weekend. The first part in June was reduced to one single round due to bad weather. This time, the six teams completed eight rounds at the skydiving center in Fehrbellin near Berlin.
The Sun Path Products NSL News had introduced the German 4way team AtomiX at the beginning of the European summer season with the story on 4 June 2013. It was just a few days after the weather meet in Fehrbellin.
Did you know that Zunday and Pyro4ic keep pushing each other at Skydive City?
posted: Sep 23rd, 2013 Two teams from Skydive City have been competing side by side since August 2012 season and eventually ended up in the same competition class this year. They added their latest internal battle last weekend on home turf.
The Zunday project was launched at the end of the 2011 season when Gary Fox, Sebastian Jimenez and Keith Murray competed for the first time in the A Class, with player coach Ari Perelman in the lineup. Jon Agar joined the team for the 2012 season in the A Class, and Zunday attended four meets of the Florida Skydiving League, plus the NSL Championship in November.
Did you know that BJ Worth will challenge the new sequential bigway record at SkyQuest 2013?
posted: Sep 23rd, 2013 SkyQuest 2013 is coming closer and offers once again the annual combination of Kaleidoscope Dives and 4way competition in DeLand.
The Kaleidoscope Dives will be even more interesting this year since bigway skydiving has become more competitive. BJ Worth, World Team founder, former 8way world champion and creator of the Kaleidoscope Dives since the first SkyQuest event in 2001, recently proposed new world record rules for bigway sequentials to the International Parachuting Commission (IPC) who approved without hesitation.
Since March 1st this year,... (more)