Did you know that the next tie-breakers will be different?
posted: Feb 16th, 2014 The delegates of the countries that are organized in the International Parachuting Commission (IPC) of the International Air Sports Federation (FAI) met once again on February 1st for their annual meeting, this time in Vienna, Austria.
That's the time when the rules of Formation Skydiving competition get their latest tweaks if necessary. The IPC has a committee of experts in Formation Skydiving competition who collect information and feedback year by year and turn it into adjustments of the rules.
The world of rules has been quiet and peaceful for many years in the traditional Formation Skydiving... (more)
Did you know that the Bad Boyz posted their highest meet average in team history?
posted: Feb 14th, 2014 The indoor events are still dominating the Sun Path Products NSL News updates. The latest scores came once again from the Czech Republic, and they were not a direct answer to the Florida group's scores ay iFLY Orlando for the Indoor Cloud League, which were posted yesterday.
The Skydive Arena in Prague hosted the February meet of the Czech Republic Skydiving League. Most of the Czech teams collect Indoor Cloud League scores for the Skydive Arena, as well. However, they also have their monthly 10-round competitions, where the whole dive pool... (more)
Did you know that former Zunday member Sebastian Jimenez scored the AAA Class 22-pointer at iFLY Orlando?
posted: Feb 13th, 2014 The core group of the 4way community in Florida gathered once again at iFLY Orlando on Monday this week to train and meet new teams and potential competitors. As usually, the six new February sequences of the Indoor Cloud League competition were also a part of the event.
The Sun Path Products NSL News reported after the last Florida Skydiving League session at iFLY Orlando on 30 January 2014 that a new team was born that night. Aurai DeLand came back this week and contributed... (more)
Did you know that 2014 is a rebuilding year for the Dubai Asaar delegation?
posted: Feb 12th, 2014 The recent TURNING POINTS topic for Blue Skies Mag ("Shifting Skydiving World") provided a coincidental transition to the next story. It is a part of the athletic side at Skydive Dubai that requires an update.
The United Arab Emirates will once again be represented by a Dubai Asaar lineup at the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2014. It is the third time that Eliana Rodriguez and Craig Girard send their 4way competitors to DeLand.
The two former Arizona Airspeed members and world champions had their new competitors... (more)
Did you know that the skydiving world is shifting?
posted: Feb 11th, 2014 The trip of the Sun Path Products NSL News to the 4th Dubai International Parachuting Championship 2013 did not only bring plenty of live coverage to the SKYLEAGUE.COM audience. Last year's visit in December also brought new impressions that had to be digested and processed.
It was the second trip for the Sun Path Products NSL News after the Mondial Dubai 2012. The first visit in December 2012 was impressive enough, both from the athletic... (more)
Did you know that new Carolina Turbo XP Tail Nick Grillet started with Microburst in the Northern Plains Skydiving League?
posted: Feb 10th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 4 February 2014 that Carolina Turbo XP is coming back this year with Nick Grillet in the Tail slot. Joey Coffineau, one of the team's original members, had to be replaced and Nick Grillet has more than enough experiences in the Tail slot to allow Turbo to move on without slowing down.
Nick Grillet grew up on a dropzone, as his father Sandy Grillet has also been a passionate skydiver and 4way competitor. He launched the Northern Plains Skydiving League in 2001, and his son Nick was a... (more)