Did you know that Sydney Williams discussed Josh Hall and Yo Oweyong's SCSL plans in Elsinore last weekend?
posted: Jul 22nd, 2014 On July 19, Skydive Elsinore hosted the final meet of the season for the Southern California Skydiving League. Teams in attendance included Elsinore GT, Perris Liquid, Perris Franz, 3 Jars and a Head, and How Did John Get So Lucky.
The morning weather was unusual for a typical SoCal July meet day. High clouds with mysterious drops of precipitation were covering the Elsinore skies, allowing for teams to reach competition altitude, but not without some added elements. 3 Jars and a Head and How Did John Get So Lucky were captained by Tom and Tracy Bohm, respectively. The Bohms (Elsinore El Eminope... (more)
Did you know that Florida teams dominated the AA Class leaderboard last weekend?
posted: Jul 21st, 2014 Last weekend's leaderboard is complete earlier than usual, as two of the six scheduled meets (Southern and Northwest Skydiving League) fell victim to expected bad weather conditions.
The AAA Class leaderboard experienced a very surprising addition on the very top, and the Sun Path Products NSL News is waiting for confirmation and more details of the sensational Elsinore GT reunion.
The AA Class leaderboard was dominated by teams of the Florida Skydiving League. The same Teiwaz lineup that collected Indoor Cloud League points for iFLY Orlando... (more)
Did you know that Florida added one single point to iFLY Orlando's ICL account last Thursday?
posted: Jul 20th, 2014 The second part of the Florida Skydiving League's Tunnel Kicker in July did not turn out to add a lot of points to iFLY Orlando's Indoor Cloud League account.
Only the slightly different AA Class lineup (Gilles Dutrisac, James Hall, Sebastian Jimenez, Kurt Gaebel) was able to improve the previous score of 24 points (Hall Spence, James Hall, Sebastian Jimenez, Kurt Gaebel) by one single point.
The Rookie AA Class lineup (Sarah Hernandez, Seth Claytor, Akio Flewelling, Keith Murray) was actually completing more formations within working... (more)
Did you know that VAF Warriors and Bad Boys may have similar goals?
posted: Jul 20th, 2014 The first scores of the new meet weekend have been posted and came from Denmark and the Czech Republic. Denmark won the first international part on this weekend's leaderboard clearly. Three of the four Danish AAA Class teams took the first three places, and two of the three Danish A Class teams took the top spots, as well.
The AAA Class competition included three national teams who will soon compete at the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014. The VAF Warriors (DK) will meet the Bad Boys (CZ) in Prostejov... (more)
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.
The Sun Path... (more)
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)