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Did you know that R4 had another reunion at the NCSL October meet?
posted: Oct 29th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News covered the last outdoor competition of the Florida Skydiving League on 23 October 2014 and mentioned that the Northern California Skydiving League concluded the 2014 season on the same weekend. The Florida story featured the impressive scoring progression of AA Class team Zhills TranZend after the six meets this year. NCSL team Safeish competed in Lodi on the same weekend in the same category and also finished with the team's best meet average of the 2014 season. Counterpoint FX and High Anxiety... (more)

Did you know that two Dallas 350 gold medalists posted Indoor Cloud League scores for iFLY Dallas this month?
posted: Oct 28th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News covered the AAA/Advanced Class competition at the USPA Nationals 2014 with the story on 14 October 2014. Teams from Texas won the gold medals (Dallas 350) and the bronze medals (Dallas Khaos Black), and the Misfits placed 2nd after a great 10-round battle with the winner. Several members of the Texas teams are also involved with the Indoor Skydiving League activities at iFLY Dallas. In fact, Dallas Khaos member... (more)

Did you know that Italy's eX3MO project began in 2000?
posted: Oct 27th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 10 October 2014 that the Italian national 4-way team eX3MO had signed up for the ISR Grand Prix 2014, which is once again recording the highest participation in event history, four weeks before the start of the indoor competition. It's the first time that eX3MO travels to Roosendaal, even though some of the team members attended the event in different lineups in the past. Former Sinapsi PD member Maro Arrigo,... (more)

Did you know that France has once again a 2-2 situation in 4-way Women?
posted: Oct 26th, 2014 The 8-way news from France (21 October) apparently changed the results of the US Sweep 2016 poll, as the story on 25 October 2014 explained. It is time now to follow with other lineup decisions and selections that were recently finalized by French national coach Jeremie Rollett. The safest bet for France to win Formation Skydiving gold medals was the 4-way Women event in the past six years, together with the VFS 4-way team. The French teams in those two FS events... (more)

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)


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