Did you know that iFLY Dallas had 21 participants and 9 coaches at the August Tunnel Kicker?
posted: Aug 16th, 2014 The July competition of the Indoor Cloud League was the tightest one for the Top 3 positions this year, and it seems like it will continue like that in August.
iFLY Dallas turned in the next scores and videos after SkyVenture New Hampshire opened the competition for this month, with Florida following up quickly, and it is a 1-point race at the moment. In fact, SkyVenture New Hampshire will probably be in contention for the current top spots, as well, as soon as Brian Touhey submits videos and scores for the two missing categories.
Did you know that the XL 2003 lineup has the next outdoor reunion in Prostejov?
posted: Aug 15th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 7 August 2014 that the British national 4-way team Vision 99 will compete with their third different 2014 lineup at the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014.
The same story mentioned that the new Vision 99 center is identical with the center of the British national 4-way team of 2003, XL. Steve Hamilton is in the Center Outside slot and has John McIver across of him in the Center Inside position.
Did you know that there will be a great battle for 10th and 6th place in Prostejov?
posted: Aug 14th, 2014 Joey Jones reported from Italy and the national championships for the Sun Path Products NSL News on 10 August 2014. With the help of Omniskore, the audience can now review the competition jumps of the old and new 4-way champion, Ex3mo.
The new Italian 4-way champion also has a new lineup. Only three members of the Italian national team at the Mondial Dubai 2012 won this year's Italian Nationals and will compete at the FAI World Championship of Formation... (more)
Did you know that 11 teams competed for medals and cash at the Dallas Super Cup 2014?
posted: Aug 13th, 2014 Doctor Lee Schlichtemeier opened up the awards ceremony by mentioning that the Dallas Super Cup was 20 years old this year. The competition was started in 1994 to give the local professional team “Dallas Heat” some competition experience. It paid off with Dallas Heat placing 8th in 1994, 6th in 1995 and 4th place in 1996 at the USPA Nationals.
The team disbanded after 1996 and many of the players found themselves on Arizona Airspeed's farm team. Dallas Heat had many professional skydivers pass through its ranks: Alan Metni, Gary Beyer, Perry Knust and Pat Patton, Neal Houston, Christopher... (more)
Did you know that Deb Correia can be proud of July's Northwest Skydiving League group at iFLY Seattle?
posted: Aug 12th, 2014 The Indoor Cloud League competition for August has started, while the Sun Path Products NSL News still catches up with July scores, videos and stories. Deb Correia reported from her Northwest Skydiving League group at iFLY Seattle that she did not have her usual coaching staff available last month.
She said that the Seattle coaches were unable to synchronize their schedules to put on an event for July, and they decided to take a break. However, this did not deter the group. NWSL and Indoor Cloud League competitor Bill Selig scheduled two... (more)
Did you know that 4-way history is in jeopardy?
posted: Aug 11th, 2014 Round 1 of the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 is less than two weeks away, and the teams are in the phase of final preparations.
The Sun Path Products NSL News will be at the competition site for the usual live coverage of the event. It is much easier to be up-to-date with the daily news stories at SKYLEAGUE.COM compared to a monthly magazine. Blue Skies Mag recently published the next TURNING POINTS column, which was the last opportunity for an update before the event. The next story can only be... (more)