Did you know that there were three Dutch - Canadian AAA Class duels last weekend?
posted: Jul 9th, 2014 Last weekend's AAA Class leaderboard could not be much more confusing, with completed rounds between four and ten in the Netherlands and Canada. However, not too much changed eventually when the adjusted rankings were calculated according to the total number of points after Round 4.
There were literally three duels between teams in the Netherlands and Canada. M4trix won the duel on the top of the leaderboard and was three points ahead of the AAA Class pickup team Farnham Gangsterz at NouvelAir.
Both teams were a great match without knowing much about it. M4trix is one half of the Dutch national... (more)
Did you know that Maximum Ride won the 8way competition in Canada?
posted: Jul 20th, 2013 The Canadian Nationals 2013 also included an 8way and a VFS 4way competition at NouvelAir.
The VFS 4way competition had two teams on the leaderboard, while seven teams attended in 8way over five rounds. Evolution's VFS lineup won easily over the Parachute Montreal instructors with a 14.7 average after six rounds, despite Martin Lemay's shoulder injury .
Canada's national 8way team of 2012, Maximum Ride, was facing more opposition than Evolution in VFS 4way. It was still a 4-point lead after five rounds that made it a successful title defense for the Canadian 8way veterans.
Did you know that Evolution members won the first three places at the Canadian Nationals 2013?
posted: Jul 17th, 2013 The 4way competition at the Canadian Nationals 2013 is over, and the national lineups for the 2014 season are Evolution in the Open Class and Fuzion in the female category. Both teams will represent Canada at the World Championship of Formation Skydiving next year in Prostejov.
Evolution did not have any serious competition in Canada. However, team founder and father Michel Lemay had to come back and step in for his son Martin Lemay who is nursing his shoulder injury.
Did you know that the whole Lemay family has a busy weekend at NouvelAir?
posted: Jul 15th, 2013 Things are moving once again very quickly on the NSL leaderboard. The 2013 season is in full swing, and the upcoming weekend will even accelerate the pace. A total number of eight meets are scheduled beginning on July 20th.
The scores of the Midwest Skydiving League were posted this morning, and MWSL Director JaNette Lefkowitz added last weekend's lineups to the team pages. Her meet story will follow soon.
In the meantime, the battle of the three Canadian female lineups with three different coaches has started at NouvelAir. The Sun Path... (more)
Did you know that Canada will have an exciting battle in 4way Women at the national championships?
posted: Jun 27th, 2013 Nouvel Air, home turf for Canada's national 4way team Evolution, hosted this year's second meet in Canada last weekend. The Canadian 2013 season had begun with the Canadian Indoor Championship 2013 in March and continued with the first outdoor meet this month at Parachute Montreal.
Three of the nine teams at Nouvel Air last weekend (Fuzion, Runway 4, Backcap) had attended both previous events.
Fuzion and Runway 4 repeated their first outdoor duel in the AAA Class and both increased their scoring averages by over... (more)
Did you know that the A Class leaderboard was shaken up after three rounds?
posted: Jun 22nd, 2013 Things are happening quickly in Canada this year. The 4way teams in the Quebec/Montreal area just completed their first competition of the 2013 season last weekend at Parachute Montreal, and the next meet is already on its way this weekend at NouvelAir, the home of Evolution. The NSL Sun Path News tries to keep up with the Canadian action and finishes up last weekend's competition before the first scores of the new meet weekend will be posted on the next leaderboard.
Last weekend's leaderboard once again needed some adjustments due to the different number of completed rounds at the different... (more)