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)
Did you know that Air Rush from Denmark won the A Class competition with 16 teams last weekend?
posted: May 20th, 2014 The biggest outdoor leaderboard of the 2014 season is complete after the scores from the 2014 season opener of the United Kingdom Skydiving League in Sibson were added to the scores from Denmark and Florida, USA.
A total of 46 teams competed last weekend, and the teams of the Czech Republic Skydiving League would have made the leaderboard even bigger and more exciting with better weather. The meet in Pribram was canceled due to a very unpromising weather forecast.
The A Class competition had the largest participation with 16 teams from the three different countries. Nine teams from the United... (more)
Did you know that 1814 celebrated independence from Denmark in a special way?
posted: May 19th, 2014 Last weekend's leaderboard has grown significantly with the new scores from the annual DFU Cup in Denmark. The Danish teams completed ten rounds and took the 1st places in the two categories (AAA - A) where they posted scores last weekend.
The two Danish national teams, A-Team VAF Warriors and B-Team Aerodyne Steam, finished with significantly increased meet averages, compared to their performances at the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2014. In fact, the 14.9 average was a new record average for the VAF Warriors,... (more)
Did you know that DeLand 3D and DeLand Aurai competed for the first time?
posted: May 18th, 2014 The teams of the Florida Skydiving League were much luckier with the weather this weekend, while it was the other way around in the Czech Republic. The meet in Pribram was canceled due to bad weather, and the Czech teams will have to wait until mid June for the next outdoor competition.
In the meantime, the Skydive Arena has taken back the Indoor Cloud League top spot for May. Jan Klapka replaced the unfortunate 16-pointer of his Bad Boys with a 20-pointer that the HF Chicks scored earlier for the AA Class sequence. The additional four points... (more)
Did you know that three XXXXO members had a reunion at the NCSL season opener?
posted: May 16th, 2014 The meet weekend of April 26 was the 2014 season opener for both the Northern and Southern California Skydiving League. It was also the first time this year that the synchronized competition draw was applied at different locations, as it has become a popular procedure over the years.
It was coincidence that both Californian leagues competed on the same weekend, as the meets are scheduled separately and independently by each participating league. Meet locations were Lodi and Perris, over 400 miles away from each other, and the weather was very different at both places.
The teams in Perris... (more)
Did you know that the HF Chicks have blown through four Indoor Cloud League categories like a hurricane?
posted: May 16th, 2014 It did not take too long until the 4way teams in the Czech Republic responded to Florida's first Indoor Cloud League scores from this week's Tunnel Kicker at iFLY Orlando. In fact, both groups were performing the May sequences almost simultaneously at the two different locations.
Czech Republic and Florida Skydiving League have even more in common this week. The 4way teams will follow up on the coming weekend with the next outdoor meet. Both hosts will use the same competition draw, just as the sequences for the Indoor Cloud League are synchronized... (more)