Did you know that the Midwest Skydiving League finished the 2013 season with record participation?
posted: Sep 12th, 2013 The last meet of the Midwest Skydiving League 2013 season was also the last test for the regional teams before the USPA Nationals 2013, which will be held at the same location, Skydive Chicago.
A total of 15 teams used the opportunity, ten of them in the AA/Intermediate Class, and they will soon again compete at the national championships, at least several of them.
Three of the AA Class teams may either have to sit out or find substitutes for the... (more)
Did you know that new MWSL videos feature the AA Class battle between CSC Inferno and Accelerando?
posted: Jul 27th, 2013 This weekend's events are bringing together teams from three different countries and seven different locations on the NSL leaderboard. The first scores will be posted soon, and the Sun Path Products NSL News goes back to the July 13 weekend in the meantime.
Meet videos from the Midwest Skydiving League are showing four teams with some of their competition rounds, three teams in the AA Class and 55 North in the A Class. 55 North is the only MWSL team that has attended each of the three meets this year, even though there is not much direct MWSL competition in this category.
However, 55 North... (more)
Did you know that the SDC Rhythm XP efforts in the Midwest are showing great results?
posted: Jul 16th, 2013 The next scores from the Canadian Nationals 2013 at NouvelAir will follow later today and catch most of the recent Sun Path Products NSL News attention. However, there are still scores to come of last weekend's meet in the United Kingdom, and the Midwest Skydiving League leaderboard deserves a closer look, as well.
The MWSL scores will most likely be quite competitive even when comparing them with the ones to come from the UK 4way powerhouse. Ten teams competed at the Chicagoland Skydiving Center, which ties the participation record of June 2005 for this long standing MWSL host.
The decision... (more)
Did you know that NADS won the Coach's Choice Award of the Midwest Skydiving League?
posted: Jul 8th, 2013 Skydive Chicago held its first MWSL meet of the 2013 season on June 22, run by this year’s new MWSL director JaNette Lefkowitz and coached by Mikhail Markine, both from SDC Rhythm XP. The event was especially noteworthy since SDC is the location of the USPA Nationals later this year.
With what appears to be the biggest turnout in MWSL history, ten teams took advantage of the opportunity to get a preview of what the big meet will be like. While the official meet was six rounds, three of the teams continued to complete all ten, and a number of them exited from 10,500 feet to simulate the national... (more)
Did you know that the Hawks posted a new team record average with the 2011 lineup?
posted: Jun 30th, 2013 The Sun Path Products NSL News is still catching up with the previous meet weekend, while new scores of this weekend's meets have been posted on the leaderboard.
SDC Rhythm XP's management of the Midwest Skydiving League meets included providing videos of the competition jumps, and the visual review of the second MWSL meet this year begins with the AA Class battle on the top of the leaderboard between Jetstream Tango and Hawks.
The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 28 June 2013 how both teams finished in the two top... (more)
Did you know that SDC Jetstream Tango beat the 10-average benchmark in the team's 5th year?
posted: Jun 28th, 2013 The teams of the Midwest Skydiving League enjoyed much better weather last weekend compared to the season opener in May where six teams struggled to make any competition jumps. Ten teams attended the meet at Skydive Chicago, host of the USPA Nationals 2013.
Only one of this year's 16 MWSL teams posted scores at both events, and 55 North used last weekend's competition to make up for the only two rounds at Chicagoland Skydiving. The AA Class team improved the meet average to 6.4 after completing all ten rounds.
Another team did the same in the AA Class. SDC Accelerando, with player coach JaNette... (more)