Did you know that Mikhail Markine and Brian Johnson helped Florida to the Indoor Cloud League top spot?
posted: Oct 25th, 2014 An earlier headline broke the good news for the Florida Skydiving League participants of the Indoor Cloud League activities at iFLY Orlando: "Mikhail Markine and Brian Johnson help Florida to the Indoor Cloud League top spot".
The Florida Skydiving League had scheduled the last Indoor Cloud League meeting of the month for Thursday last week, and it happened that the two world class flyers and coaches were in the area at the same time.
Mikhail Markine is the tail for SDC Rhythm XP, silver medalist at this year's USPA... (more)
Did you know that Roy Janssen explained his plans for the future?
posted: Oct 24th, 2014 The recent Sun Path Products NSL News updates from Belgium and France seem to have an impact on the outcome of the recent "FS Sweep 2016" poll question.
There is now a smaller number of voters who believe that a US sweep is possible, and 42% see no chance for the US delegation to win all four gold medals in Formation Skydiving competition.
The Sun Path Products NSL News now continues with the update from Belgium, where Roy Janssen, one of the three original NMP-PCH Hayabusa members has left the team, as the story on 12 October... (more)
Did you know that Florida teams challenged each other last weekend at Skydive City?
posted: Oct 23rd, 2014 The Florida Skydiving League concluded the 2014 season together with the Northern California Skydiving League last weekend, and two of the three competition classes had teams from both leagues mixed up.
Florida was busy in the AA Class, while Northern California had the strongest showing in the Rookie Class. Safeish (AA) and Counterpoint FX (A) both posted their highest meet averages of the 2014 season in California, as well as ZHills TranZend did in Florida.
Teiwaz and DeLand 3D finished on the top of their leaderboards without scoring higher compared to previous meets this year. Both winners... (more)
Did you know that the VAF Warriors won the national indoor championship a few weeks after re-selection?
posted: Oct 22nd, 2014 Denmark held the national indoor championships at the wind tunnel in Manchester, Great Britain, this year. The Danish national 4-way team, VAF Warriors, won without too much trouble a few weeks after they were selected once again as the country's national team for the 2015 season.
The competition was still tighter than ever for the VAF Warriors, as Airplay, with former Norwegian national 4-way competitor Kjetil Nordin, has moved within striking distance. The leaderboard shows that the challenger was able to keep up in five of the ten rounds and even outscored the national team in Round 3.
Did you know that France puts together the best of the best in 8-way?
posted: Oct 21st, 2014 The story of the potential "FS Sweep" opportunity for the US delegation in 2016 got another twist after a recent update from France.
National coach Jeremie Rollett, former French 4-way and 8-way world champion, told the Sun Path Products NSL News that he has finalized the lineups of his three national teams for the next two years, 4-way Open, 4-way Women and 8-way. He is not in charge for VFS 4-way where Philippe "Le Professeur" Schorno has the responsibility.
There are significant changes in the French delegation, and the Sun Path Products NSL News will begin with the situation in 8-way,... (more)
Did you know that NMP-PCH Hayabusa has a lot of experiences with new team members?
posted: Oct 20th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 13 October 2014 that Roy Janssen is leaving NMP-PCH Hayabusa and followed up with more information on 16 October 2014. Roy Janssen mentioned that Hayabusa alternate Jeroen "Bob" Nollet will take the tail slot.
The changes in the lineups of the top teams in the world initiated a discussion of the potential for a new "FS Sweep" that Solly Willimas shared with the audience on 17... (more)