Did you know that Northern California is ready for the 4way outdoor competition season?
posted: Mar 18th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 24 July 2013 that the Northern California Skydiving League had a comeback in 2013 with preparations for the first competition season this year. League Director Lori Connor soon joined the Indoor Cloud League with her NCSL group at iFLY SF Bay, as well, while she continued to make plans for the 2014 season.
Regular updates with results from iFLY SF Bay followed, the last one on 4... (more)
Did you know that time together compensates for lack of Voodoo training jumps?
posted: Mar 17th, 2014 The Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2014 was the end of one of the longest going team projects in the modern history of Formation Skydiving competition - unless it was the beginning of a new project.
Voodoo has been SouthAfrica's national 4way team ever since Equanimity, bronze medalist in Turkey 1997, discontinued, with all team members (Solly Williams, Gary Smith, Fred Whitsitt, Robbie Spencer, Graham Harding) emigrating to the USA.
Actually, it was Colin Rothman who launched the team project and has been a... (more)
Did you know that Florida has internal Indoor Cloud League competition in different ways?
posted: Mar 16th, 2014 Florida will not send any teams to the World Challenge 2014. Only Christine Freiherr and Jane McGuire, both participants at earlier Florida Skydiving League meets, make the trip to Bodyflight Bedford with US team Verve XP.
However, the FSL participants of the Indoor Cloud League compete on a regular basis with the teams of the Czech Republic Skydiving League. The FSL group posted the first scores for the ICL March competition at iFLY Orlando on the same day when... (more)
Did you know that the Czech teams are warming up for the World Challenge 2014?
posted: Mar 15th, 2014 The 4way teams in the Czech Republic are almost done with their indoor winter season. One more meet is scheduled for the beginning of April, following the World Challenge 2014, after the completion of the March meet last Thursday.
Three of the teams who competed at the Skydive Arena will also travel to Bodyflight Bedford, and they are in great shape. The Bad Boyz repeated their 18.6 record average that they posted in February. The Czech national 4way team will be the first AAA Class team to compete at the World Challenge.
Did you know that Evolution will do everything possible to make the impossible possible?
posted: Mar 14th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News posted an update on 19 February 2014 that covered Canada's national 4way team Evolution after the Valentines Meet 2014.
Evolution attended the meet even though there was not much serious competition for the Canadians in Eloy. Home team Arizona Airspeed did not attend since the team members served as player coaches for local and regional lineups. Evolution's 24.4 average came at the end of a winter training camp, which... (more)