Did you know that the female way teams did better than ever at the World Challenge 2014?
posted: Apr 24th, 2014 The AAA/Open Class leaderboard of the World Challenge 2014 was big enough and does not really need an extension. In fact, it was the biggest one in the history of the event.
However, it needs to be extended to accommodate the ten teams who competed in 4way Women with the same competition draw. It was also record participation in this category, which has now created the most gigantic record leaderboard including all teams who performed the same AAA Class competition draw.
There are many good reasons for showing... (more)
Did you know that Rotor Out competes once again for Australia this year?
posted: Apr 23rd, 2014 Australia's national 4way team of the past years, Rotor Out, was founded in 2009. None of the original members (Steph Bensley, Jens Goennemann, Gary Nemirovsky, Darren Pearson, with Darren Griggs on camera) are neither in the current lineup nor won the national championships last week.
Current team member Craig Vaughan's wife Steph and Gary Nemirovsky were the last original Rotor Out members who stepped down after last year's national championships. However, the Rotor Out team project has continued, and the 2014 lineup (Craig Vaughan - Center Inside, George Attard - Center Outside, Simon DiSciasio... (more)
Did you know that the Infra Red Band is back from Russia with love and big goals?
posted: Apr 22nd, 2014 Russia has been a consistent factor in 4way and 8way Formation Skydiving competition on the top level for many years. Sets of gold, silver and bronze medals have taken turns in making the trip to Russia from world meet after world meet.
The Russian history in 4way Women has not been as consistent as in the traditional 4way and 8way events. However, Russian female lineups have also won bronze medals two times since the new event was added to the World Championships of Formation Skydiving in 2001.
The Ladybirds placed 3rd for Russia in Croatia 2004 and Germany 2006. Larisa Sverdlenko was in... (more)
Did you know that the Florida teams competed only on creepers last weekend?
posted: Apr 21st, 2014 The outdoor season opener of the Florida Skydiving League had to be postponed for a month. The weather at Skydive City and Skydive DeLand was equally unsupportive, and the first meet of the regular FSL season will hopefully take place with better weather in May.
Five teams were ready to post their first 2014 scores at Skydive City, while additional teams planned to compete in DeLand. The 5-team field in Zephyrhills included many of the Tunnel Kicker participants who have been posting scores for Florida's Indoor Cloud League account at iFLY... (more)
Did you know that the VAF Warriors outscored Volt'R in the Paraclete XP money meet?
posted: Apr 20th, 2014 While teams in Florida are still trying without much luck to get in the air and post the first outdoor scores of the 2014 season, the Sun Path Products NSL News goes back to the previous outdoor competition in DeLand, the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2014.
The competition of the top teams has been covered extensively, and other stories with different topics have been a part of the aftermath of the first major outdoor competition this year. One missing part of the event coverage is the traditional Shamrock Showdown... (more)
Did you know that the Qatar Tigers keep moving up the leaderboards?
posted: Apr 18th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News covered the traditional amateur duel between Thunder ISR and SportLotto with the story on 14 April 2014. Gavroches from France was also brought into the "amateur equation" after the World Challenge 2014.
The same story also mentioned that the situation right behind the best "amateur teams" on the leaderboard was also very interesting. The Qatar Tigers are a full time national team and don't qualify for the unofficial... (more)