Did you know that NMP-PCH Hayabusa is trying to win the new Paraclete XP Indoor and Outdoor double header in 2014?
posted: May 11th, 2013 The NSL News has brought the annual Shamrock Showdown to the online audience ever since the event was created in 2001. The current Skyleague.com website offers event information in the archives that goes back to the 2004 competition. The Shamrock Showdown became the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship when Paraclete XP became the main event sponsor in 2012.
The annual Paraclete XP Indoor Championship has been a part of the NSL News event coverage since this event was created in 2008.
The indoor competition has been taking place in Raeford at the beginning of February, while the outdoor event... (more)
Did you know that Erica Gorski went from 1-on-1 to 4way last night at i FLY Orlando?
posted: May 10th, 2013 The New England group at SkyVenture New Hampshire was the first one to post new scores and videos for the month of May in the Indoor Cloud League. Brian Touhey, Jeff Atherton, Chris Civie and Beth Lahr York executed both sequences for the AAA (15) and the AA Class (14).
The Florida group followed up just a few days later at iFLY Orlando and posted scores in all six categories last night. The videos still need to be edited and will be uploaded shortly. The participating Indoor Cloud League groups now have time until the end of the month to... (more)
Did you know that Gamma Ray had three different Center Outsides within one week?
posted: May 9th, 2013 The NSL News covered the situation before the start of the 2013 competition season in Germany with a few previews. The story on 1 April 2013 provided an overview while the new EADS lineup was visiting in DeLand for a spring training camp. The story on 30 April 2013 followed up with the introduction of another German 2013 medal contender, Gamma Ray.
Last not least, the German national team of the past years and reigning champion, Paratec-Saar, clarified that... (more)
Did you know that Caroline Layne has unfinished 4way business?
posted: May 8th, 2013 The team name DeLand Slide appeared at Skyleague.com the first time after the April meet of the Florida Skydiving League. It was a weather meet, and the new team posted a 7-pointer for the only competition sequence that could be completed in DeLand.
Later in April, the NSL News learned that team member Caroline Layne has a very special story to tell and followed up on 29 April 2013. First, her story was mostly about her older brother James who was Dan BC's team mate and lost his life in the 1992 plane crash in Perris.
Did you know that the Pohjola family trains at a bike shop in Oulu?
posted: May 7th, 2013 The NSL News directed attention to 12-year old Kalle Pohjola from Finland quite a few times during the coverage of the World Challenge 2013. The story on 27 April 2013 followed up on both teams from Finland, Heroes of the Arctic Circle and Pro Team Extended, who won both the A Class and the AA Class competition in Bedford this year.
The story provided some insights of the Pro Team history and Kalle Pohjola's position in the team project until he finally... (more)
Did you know that there is no 4way vacuum in Germany?
posted: May 6th, 2013 The NSL News reported on 1 April 2013 that Germany "has a 4way vacuum to be filled this year after the national 4way team of the past years, Paratec-Saar, announed to discontinue with training and competition. The same story covered a training camp of the new EADS lineup who plan to fill the vacuum, and the story on 30 April 2013 followed up with the introduction of another German 2013 medal contender, Gamma Ray.
The 4way vacuum in Germany may not be as big... (more)