Did you know that the situation for Team4speed is not hopeless?
posted: Dec 8th, 2013 One of the most popular events for participants and spectators at the 4th Dubai International Parachuting Championship 2013 was once again Canopy Piloting. The swooping pond at Skydive Dubai becomes the center of the attention as soon as the competition begins, as each of the three events (Accuracy, Distance, Speed) starts at the entry gate in the water.
The Sun Path Products NSL News has reported parts of Canopy Piloting competition in the past whenever Formation Skydiving competitors, like former 4way world champions... (more)
Did you know that Polaris had a successful reunion in Dubai?
posted: Dec 7th, 2013 The Aerodyne French Girls won the last round over SDC Rhythm XP and would be tied in 3rd place with the US team in the Open Class competition. However, the separate category for 4way Women was very beneficial for the French team this time, as the 1st place was rewarded with $15,000 prize money, the same amount as in the 4way Open Class.
The 20.9 average is a strong statement, as only a few top teams were able to score higher than they did at the Mondial Dubai 2012.
Polaris from Norway, bronze medalist at the Mondial... (more)
Did you know that SDC Rhythm XP placed 3rd in Dubai for the second time?
posted: Dec 6th, 2013 Today's goal was easily achieved at the 4th Dubai International Parachuting Championship 2013, and all four Formation Skydiving events have their winners after eight (VFS) and ten rounds.
NMP-PCH Hayabusa recovered well with the 30-pointer in Round 10 and brought a 25.1 average over the finish line. It's short of Gary Smith's 26.0 average goal, but it is still a satisfying result for the technically challenging 10-round draw. Last year's competition draw for the Mondial... (more)
Did you know that Craig Girard won the latest 8way battle with the French 8way competitors of Monaco Vitalsea?
posted: Dec 6th, 2013 The 8way competition at the 4th Dubai International Parachuting Championship 2013 is over, and Dubai Asaar came out as the winner after an exciting competition with a thrilling finish.
The new NSL Reality TV clip tells the story of Rounds 9 and 10. Dubai Asaar had taken back the lead in Round 9, but it was only a 1-point advantage. Monaco Vitalsea had shown several times during the 8way competition that the team can win a round and outscore Craig Girard's team by more than one point.
In fact, Monaco Vitalsea outscored... (more)
Did you know that NMP-PCH Hayabusa experimented with different engineering in Round 9?
posted: Dec 6th, 2013 It will be a busy day at the 4th Dubai International Parachuting Championship 2013. There is a threat of bad weather in the following days, and the host is trying to complete all events today.
The new NSL Reality TV clip is showing some of the activities on Friday morning when several events were in full swing, while competitors of other events were getting ready to join the action. The three Formation Skydiving events that have not been completed yet are open only in 8way where Monaco Vitalsea and Dubai Asaar are... (more)
Did you know that Dubai Nexus posted the highest VFS 4way average in history?
posted: Dec 5th, 2013 The VFS 4way competition was the first Formation Skydiving event at the 4th Dubai International Parachuting Championship 2013 that came to a conclusion. The three teams completed their eight meet rounds today and are off for the remainder of the week.
It was supposed to be another showdown between the French Team4speed world champions of 2012 with their new lineup and home team Dubai Nexus. It did not turn out to be a showdown, as Nexus just ran away from Team4speed from the beginning to the end.
The situation... (more)