Did you know that former Rhythm videographer Jason Imamura took some special shots for the Northern California Skydiving League?
posted: May 27th, 2014 The Northern California Skydiving League (NCSL) continued its resurgence on Saturday May 24 with its second meet of the 2014 season at Skydance Skydiving.
Though the day dawned warm and sunny, Mother Nature toyed with the teams a bit with moderately high, gusty winds, which eventually calmed down enough for everyone’s comfort, and the seven teams across three classes were easily able to complete their competition jumps by late afternoon. Meet Director Krisanne Combs didn’t have to make the call to put all the competitors on a wind... (more)
Did you know that AtomiX and Sky4s won the 2014 outdoor season opener in Germany?
posted: May 26th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News coverage of the new competition weekend begins with the first part of the Nord Cup 2014, which was hosted by Take Off Skydiving in Fehrbellin near Berlin, Germany's capital city.
Last year, the first Nord Cup meet was over after one round, with Wolf Pack and AtomiX tied in 1st place. AtomiX then easily won the second part with a 12.6 average, after placing 7th at the German Nationals 2013 with a promising 12.2 average. Plans were made for the 2014 season and soon had to be put on a hold when bad news followed at the end of the year.
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Did you know that the goals of the VAF Warriors are very much in reach?
posted: May 24th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News update from the DFU Open 2014 on 19 May 2014 covered mostly the impressive performance of the pickup team 1814.
The evaluation of last weekend's overall AAA Class leaderboard with teams from three different meets followed up yesterday with additional information, including the Danish national 4way team VAF Warriors.
The Sun Path Products NSL News has... (more)
Did you know that last weekend's AAA Class leaderboard was in perfect order?
posted: May 23rd, 2014 The overall leaderboard of last weekend's AAA Class competition did not need any adjustments, even though the teams in Denmark completed ten rounds, while the British teams and Teiwaz in Florida were done after six rounds. The meet averages for each AAA Class team matched the combined final overall rankings of the meets at three locations.
The international 1814 pickup team with the five 4way veterans were far ahead of the rest of the field, which was also quite clearly defined. The two Danish national teams, A-Team VAF Warriors and B-Team Aerodyne Steam, both placed behind 1814 and ahead of... (more)
Did you know that the Florida Skydiving League is gaining momentum with iFLY Tunnel Kickers and Indoor Cloud League events?
posted: May 22nd, 2014 The May meet of the Florida Skydiving League was not only a Rookie Class competition between DeLand 3D and DeLand Aurai, which the Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 18 May 2014.
In fact, there were FSL teams in each of the four traditional categories who represented the oldest league in NSL 4way history on last weekend's overall leaderboard, including the 1st place in the Rookie Class.
It has been a very long time since more than nine teams competed for the Florida... (more)
Did you know that Phoenix took the AA Class top spot in the United Kingdom?
posted: May 21st, 2014 Last weekend's AA Class leaderboard was totally under control of the teams from the United Kingdom. The Danish teams competed only in the AAA and A categories, and the three teams from Florida had a hard time to keep up with the British top pace. Only Zunday's new lineup, with Point John Stares, was able to hold a place in the middle of the AA Class leaderboard.
It was still a big move for Zunday with the team's first competition in the AA Class after two years in the A Class. New Point John Stares has only seen the Rookie Class competition sequences in his first years of 4way competition with... (more)