Did you know that the UK Powerhouse keeps building up its strong foundation?
posted: Jun 11th, 2013 The A Class competition in the United Kingom last weekend was just as exciting as the races in AAA and AA. One single point separated TR4CK and Equal Pay for Women after the three rounds in Sibson.
Only one of the six teams (Rich and the Chicks) was new on a UK leaderboard. Last weekend's winner TR4CK competed in the Rookie Class last year and placed 6th of 23 teams at the UK Nationals. TR4CK stepped up into the A Class this year and posted the first scores at the World Challenge 2013.
Equal Pay for Women was UK's... (more)
Did you know that Bodyflight Isis and Anti Gravity Ninja Swans defended the top spots in the United Kingdom?
posted: Jun 10th, 2013 The bad European weather hit the United Kingdom last weekend and reduced the number of completed rounds for the 20 teams at the Sibson Airfield to three. However, there was still great competition after a lively party on Saturday when many hopes for jumping on Sunday were gone...
The NSL News had reported on 14 May 2013 how AAA Class team Raykipo has progressed through the competition classes year by year in a special way. Raykipo was back in action last weekend and added three more rounds to the team's AAA Class experience,... (more)
Did you know that the Swiss Peanuts started in the A Class of 2010?
posted: Jun 9th, 2013 The seven teams at the Paranodon Cup 2013 completed all ten rounds in Illertissen, Germany, on Sunday. One of the teams visited from Switzerland and barely managed to carry a 1-point advantage over the finish line.
It was a great battle between Germany and Switzerland. Paranodon Senior and Peanuts were separated only once by three points and between one and two points away from each other throughout the rest of the 10-round meet. Germany (Paratec-Saar) was the winner between those two countries (VIVA) at the Mondial... (more)
Did you know that local 4way veterans try to defend the Paranodon home turf against a Swiss challenger?
posted: Jun 9th, 2013 The German teams competing this weekend at the Paranodon Cup are much luckier with the weather situation. The NSL News reported on 2 June 2013 that Germany was under water last weekend, and the teams at the Nord Cup completed only one round, while the Northern German Championship was completely weathered out.
Many areas in Germany are still flooded, however, the weather situation in the southern part of Germany was much better this weekend, and seven teams completed six of the scheduled ten rounds on Saturday.
Dr. Rainer... (more)
Did you know that Lithuania had three teams at the World Challenge 2013?
posted: Jun 7th, 2013 The World Meet 1997 in Turkey was the first time that a team from Lithuania competed at a World Championship of Formation Skydiving. Sigitas Augustauskas, Vitalijus Janusauskas, Ugnius Pazusis and Valentinas Banelis, with Vidmantas Zube on camera, finished in 27th place with a 7.6 average.
15 years later, Magic 4 competed for Lithuania at the Mondial Dubai 2012 and finished with a 14.0 average in 23rd place. One of the team members competed at both events, Center Outside Sigitas Augustauskas.
The name Magic 4 appeared... (more)
Did you know that Bad to the Hambone posted the highest AA Class average of the year in Elsinore?
posted: Jun 6th, 2013 The coverage of last weekend's competition now completes with the last update from the Southern California Skydiving League at Skydive Elsinore.
Three teams competed in the AA Class and four teams in the A Class. Two of the seven teams (Elsinore Passing Jacob, Trish and the Lemmings) attended their second meet this year after the SCSL season opener in April in Perris.
DZ operator and former Arizona Airspeed member John Hamilton and Elsinore's Event Coordinator Sydney Owen Williams both took a day off to be a part of the competition. John Hamilton competed with Bad to the Hambone in the AA... (more)