Did you know that Rotor Out won the 7th national 4-way title in Australia last week?
posted: Jan 15th, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 23 April 2014 that Rotor Out won the Australian Nationals 2014. Today's update is the same news one 4-way season later. Rotor Out defended the title successfully last week.
There was still not much competition for the defending champions. However, there were still interesting changes. The same story in April 2014 mentioned that none of original team members (Steph Bensley, Jens Goennemann, Gary Nemirovsky, Darren Pearson, with Darren Griggs on camera) were in the current Rotor Out lineup... (more)
Did you know that Germany's Airbus lineup might have double duties in 2016 too?
posted: Dec 26th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 18 December 2014 that the Dutch 4-way champion and national team has made plans for two years of double duties, in 4-way with M4trix and in 8-way with M8trix.
It's not only the Dutch team that will most likely represent the Netherlands in both events. It seems like Germany has a very similar situation, probably just on a higher scoring level. Airbus Munchen won the German Nationals 2014 without any serious... (more)
Did you know that Janine Tillenburg is the new AtomiX member?
posted: Nov 9th, 2014 It was not too long ago that the German 4-way team AtomiX made the Sun Path Products NSL News headline.
The story on 15 October 2014 reported that AtomiX finished with the third consecutive 13.8 average within a month at the ESL Championship 2014.
The story mentioned that team members Andrea Kleinschmidt and Peter Ingenhaag would still have one more event on the calendar this year. They traveled to Eloy, Arizona, in October where German skydivers... (more)
Did you know that Microclim8 won the next national 8-way title after placing 4th in the world?
posted: Sep 29th, 2014 The 8-way competition of the UK Nationals was scheduled for the weekend after the 4-way championship and was concluded after eight rounds.
No surprises were expected, as the national team Microclim8 has dominated the event in the United Kingdom since 2010. However, there were still a few occasions that deserved special attention. Team member Andy Pook won the British 8-way gold for the 16th consecutive time, and Liz Matthews became the first female UK competitor since 1985 winning gold medals in 4-way and 8-way at... (more)
Did you know that three original Black Cat members won back the Russian 4-way title?
posted: Sep 28th, 2014 The Russian Nationals 2014 were completed last week in Tanay, Siberia, and produced a new 4-way champion. Black Cat won with a 21.6 average, and Russia's national 4-way team Barkli did not try to defend the title.
Only former Barkli member Sergey Shenin competed in 4-way and won the silver medals with Fly Station. Actually, the Barkli lineup had already changed significantly before the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014, where Vladimir Pavlenko, Nikolay Vylegzhanin, Alexey Minaev and Dmitriy Samokhval... (more)
Did you know that Joey Jones competed with 4mula and reported from the UK Nationals?
posted: Sep 10th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News coverage of the UK Nationals 2014 is far from being completed. The new record participation of 75 British 4-way teams is still not the world record yet, which still belongs to the United States (80 teams). However, it seems to be only a matter of time when the UK teams will eventually break it.
There is plenty of content and an unlimited number of topics for reviews. Joey Jones has provided the Sun Path Products NSL News several times with information and updates from events all over... (more)