Did you know that meet experience won the $10,000 in 4-way Women at the 5th DIPC?
posted: Dec 11th, 2014 It was not a walk in the park to win the $10,000 for the 2nd place in 4-way Women at the 5th Dubai International Parachuting Championship, as the modified leaderboard shows.
It was a very competitive field behind the French Girls, and all teams between 2nd and 7th place won or tied at least once the highest scores for the rounds. The US team just did it a few more times than all other teams, which turned out to make the 6-point difference.
Amanda Lampton, Kristina Peterson, Christina West and Rhonda Wilcox, with... (more)
Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League competition for December is in full swing?
posted: Dec 10th, 2014 The activities of the Indoor Cloud League continued while the Sun Path Products NSL News reported live from the 5th Dubai International Parachuting Championship.
November scores were still added to last month's leaderboard, which is not complete yet, as the Texas group at iFLY Dallas were performing the November sequences earlier. ICL organizer in Texas, Amanda Lampton, was in Dubai with the US team in 4-way Women and could not turn in scores and videos in time.... (more)
Did you know that NSL-TV features the makings of Dubai's 43-year anniversary jump?
posted: Dec 9th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News mentioned on 6 December 2014 that Craig Girard organized the next anniversary jump at the 5th Dubai International Parachuting Championship, as the DIPC always coincides with the celebrations for Dubai's birthday, the 43rd this year.
The 24-way for the 43-formation was a good opportunity to watch many of the best skydivers in the world work together for a common purpose. The NSL-TV camera followed the group during the... (more)
Did you know that mental training is a free and important tool tool?
posted: Dec 8th, 2014 It has been an honor for me to have this "Turning Points" column in Blue Skies Mag, and I still don't really know why SkyGod seems to believe that I am worthy of the monthly publications. However, even if I were not writing I would still read the stories of others.
I have been reading the skydiving magazines ever since I came into the sport, which was at a time when the print magazines were the only option to get information and find out what was going on in other parts of the skydiving world. I love the columns of my fellow writers (Sydney, Melanie, "Princess," James), which are always my first... (more)
Did you know that NMP-PCH Hayabusa expect a 28-average winning level in 2016?
posted: Dec 6th, 2014 The award ceremony of the 5th Dubai International Parachuting Championship took place on Friday evening and concluded this year's event.
The actual competition was completed on Thursday, and other Formation Skydiving events were scheduled for Friday. Craig Girard organized the next anniversary jump, as the DIPC always coincides with the celebrations for Dubai's birthday, the 43rd this year.
A selected group of Formation Skydiving celebrities in Dubai formed a 43 in freefall, and the Sun Path Products NSL News will... (more)
Did you know that the new French Girls have an even better starting point than in 2013?
posted: Dec 5th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News story on 20 November 2014 had explained why the French Girls seem to have a good start into the next 2-year cycle. New member Clementine Le Bohec impressed the audience with a 24.7 average at the FAI World Cup of Indoor Skydiving as a member of the Deep Blue reunion lineup.
The other new team member, Anais Maillet, now had her opportunity to show that the new French Girls lineup will be very competitive and ready to... (more)