Did you know that Part 2 of Roy Janssen's Hayabusa story goes back to Prostejov?
posted: Oct 16th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 13 October 2014 that NMP-PCH Hayabusa's tail Roy Janssen is leaving the reigning 4-way world champions from Belgium.
The story explained how Roy Janssen came to that decision and mentioned that an update will follow with his plans for the future.
There is one more step before Hayabusa's new situation and Roy Janssen's plans will become the next topics.
The Sun Path Products NSL News has brought the actual meet experiences of teams and the insider view to the audience many times,... (more)
Did you know that AtomiX finished 13.8 three times within four weeks?
posted: Oct 15th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News has not yet researched well enough whether any 4-way team has ever posted exactly the same meet average three consecutive times during the same competition season. However, it is most likely unique that a team did exactly that within one month.
It is unusual enough that a team attends three meets in such a short time period. It was the German 4-way team AtomiX who competed first at the German Nationals 2014, followed up at the Nord... (more)
Did you know that the Advanced Class competition at the USPA Nationals was a gold medal duel?
posted: Oct 14th, 2014 The Advanced Class competition for the gold medals at the USPA Nationals 2014 was actually a duel between two teams whose lineups were very similar to each other.
Both teams had members in the lineups who have competed in USPA's Open Class competition at previous national championships. Dallas 350 members Scott Latinis and Ron Hill are two highly experienced 4-way competitors, who were player coaches this year for Lucas King and Scott Levy.
The Misfits had Open Class competitors Rodney Cruce and Gilles Dutrisac... (more)
Did you know that Roy Janssen leaves NMP-PCH Hayabusa as a 4-way world champion?
posted: Oct 13th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News has followed up on the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 with some updates of the best teams in the world, even though only Arizona Airspeed has yet published the team's new lineup and plans for the first part of the 2015 season.
Canada's bronze medalist Evolution plans to compete at the 5th Dubai Cup in December and then decide what to do in the next two years, while France is in the middle of the planning phase for the same time period.
There was a questionmark behind... (more)
Did you know that NSL-TV features the Indoor Cloud League Best of September sequences?
posted: Oct 12th, 2014 The month of September has been over for the Indoor Cloud League groups for a while, even though two videos from SkyVenture Montreal are still missing. The participation almost matched the record number of August 2014, when all seven groups submitted scores and videos for all six sequences.
It's time again to honor the winning teams and lineups for their best performances in each category. The month of September was dominated by the Hurricane Factory Area 270 in Prague and SkyVenture Montreal. Only iFLY Orlando's Rookie AA Class lineup managed... (more)
Did you know that JaNette Lefkowitz posted a 29.9 average in Singapore 2012?
posted: Oct 11th, 2014 The story of the highest 4-way meet average posted by a female 4-way competitor is not over yet, and it has become even more interesting.
The Sun Path Products NSL News found Christy Frikken as the winner after studying the archives, as the story on 9 October 2014 explained. Arizona Airspeed's former point Eliana Rodriguez was the favorite in the poll results, and Katie Woods was in 2nd place. Christy Frikken turned out to be a surprise for the audience.
The Sun Path Products NSL News had not even found the most valuable... (more)