Did you know that France swept the AAA Class leaderboard last weekend with three national 4-way teams?
posted: Jul 18th, 2014 The new meet weekend has arrived, while the previous one turned out to be the busiest one of the 2014 season, with 64 teams using the same competition draw at five different locations. Last weekend's overall leaderboard is showing meets between two rounds in France and six rounds in the United Kingdom.
Last but not least, the AAA Class leaderboard has now been adjusted, and not much changed at all after using the total number of points after Round 2 for the adjusted rankings. Only the French Air Force team from Nice and Lowabusa switched their slots with a 1-point difference.
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Did you know that SDC Rhythm XP brings coaching and new instructional tools not only to the Midwest teams?
posted: Jul 17th, 2014 Eight teams of the Midwest Skydiving League contributed scores to last weekend's overall leaderboard, which is now complete. At least one MWSL team competed in each of the four traditional NSL outdoor categories at Chicagoland Skydiving, and only CSC Survival Instinct had no internal MWSL competition in the AAA Class.
Survival Instinct's new 2014 lineup had to look at the overall leaderboard to compare their scores for the very challenging first four rounds of last weekend's competition draw with other AAA Class teams in France and the United Kingdom. The... (more)
Did you know that V Shock won the internal Virginia DZ showdown last weekend?
posted: Jul 16th, 2014 A total of 56 teams are currently ranked on last weekend's overall leaderboard, which is not complete yet. The Midwest Skydiving League had a busy meet at Chicagoland Skydiving, and the scores will be added soon.
Most of the teams competed at Langar in the United Kingdom (26) and in Maubeuge, France (26), and the Sun Path Products NSL News will soon follow up with additional information of those events. Two of the five meets last weekend were smaller ones of the Virginia Parachute Council at Skydive Suffolk and of the Carolina Skydiving League at Triangle Skydiving.
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Did you know that things changed pretty quickly for Valerie Bisson - didn't they??
posted: Jul 15th, 2014 The Canadian indoor family team 4Astrophe, with original Evolution member and father Richard Bisson, his 13-year old son Yannick and 17-year old daughter Valerie, has caught the attention of the Sun Path Products NSL News several times after competing for the first time at the Canadian indoor championships of 2013 at SkyVenture Montreal.
The amazing story has recently become even more fascinating, as the Canadian national 4-way team Fuzion invited Valerie Bisson to take the open tail slot. Valerie Bisson will now compete for Canada at the World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 in the... (more)
Did you know that Venturi Maubeuge completed five 8-way rounds in France?
posted: Jul 14th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News provided a preview of last weekend's Coupe de France competition on Saturday. It turned out that the weather in Maubeuge was as bad as the forecast predicted, and the French teams got in the air only on Monday for a few rounds.
The last test for the national 4-way teams before the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 was only a 2-round meet, while Venturi Maubeuge was the only 8-way team with five completed... (more)
Did you know that Sidney Owen Williams keeps enjoying the Elsinore Horizon ride?
posted: Jul 13th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News re-published an article earlier this year that was written by Sidney Owen Williams for Blue Skies Mag. Sydney Owen Williams is in charge of events and marketing at Skydive Elsinore and has the Tail slot for Elsinore Horizon. Her team competed in the A Class last year and in the AA/Intermediate Class at the USPA Nationals.
Her passionate 4-way story of March this year explained how she came to 4-way competition and eventually founded Elsinore Horizon together with Kristian Szczpetiko.
Elsinore Horizon came back this year and attended the first competition of... (more)