Did you know that the Czech Republic has joined the Indoor Cloud League?
posted: Jun 29th, 2013 The Indoor Cloud League began as a competition between teams and competitors of the Florida and the Northwest Skydiving League. NWSL Director Deb Correia had one of the newest wind tunnels by then, iFLY Seattle, in her area and was helping the iFLY management to create activities. The monthly showdown with the longest standing vertical wind tunnel in the USA, iFLY Orlando, was the start of the Indoor Cloud League.
The first sequences for the six indoor categories were posted for the month of July 2012, and both leagues have continued to challenge each other ever since. The NWSL competitors have... (more)
Did you know that Thunder videographer Grim Swinnen combines world class swooping and 4way filming?
posted: Jun 26th, 2013 Last weekend's leaderboard is complete with the scores from Canada and the Midwest. However, the Sun Path Products NSL News goes back one more time to the Tomscat Trophy for a good reason. More Thunder videos are now available, and the AAA Class winner has not received much attention yet.
Reason for the little attention was the fact that the battle for the 2nd place between Whooops and Creeps was very interesting. Even Cool Runnings and the team's quest to beat the 10-average level in the AAA/Open Class caught more... (more)
Did you know that a Cool video fetures the Tomscat Trophy 2013 action?
posted: Jun 18th, 2013 The NSL News goes back one more time to the Tomscat Trophy for a very good reason. A new video of the event is showing all teams in meet action and other activities during the event.
Cool Runnings and Murphy Mania joined artistic forces to create the video as a memory of the event. Cool Runnings Center Inside Joost van Heijenoort said that the teams all agreed to provide the competition footage for an event movie that would be shown at the Saturday night party.
Joost van Heijenoort and Murphy Mania's videographer... (more)
Did you know that Whooops had a happy ending at the Tomscat Trophy 2013?
posted: Jun 16th, 2013 The 19th edition of the Tomscat Trophy was successfully completed on Sunday after all ten scheduled rounds.
It was a thriller for the 2nd place in the AAA Class from the beginning to the end, and Whooops made it a happy ending for the 4way national team of the Netherlands. Creeps offered stiff opposition throughout the whole meet, and both teams were tied in 2nd place going into the last round.
Whooops still worked out a 1-point lead at the end of the first day after a terrible start and added two points in Round... (more)
Did you know that Creeps took back the 2nd place in Round 7?
posted: Jun 16th, 2013 The second update from the Tomscat Trophy came after the teams in the Netherlands added the scores for two more rounds in the AAA and AA Class and one more round in the A and Rookie Class to the leaderboard. Meet organizer Mike Pennock provided a summary from the Dutch perspective:
"The 19th edition of the Tomscat Trophy started after a 2-hour delay. We had a few short weather hold but managed to jump five rounds and we finished jumping at 8:20 pm.
"In the first round a lot af teams in the AAA Class where not that... (more)
Did you know that all four AA Class teams tied their scores in two rounds at the Tomscat Trophy?
posted: Jun 14th, 2013 The first scores of the new competition weekend came from the Netherlands where 18 teams are competing at the annual Tomscat Trophy.
The NSL News posted a preview of the event on 25 May 2013, which introduced teams who were already registered at this point in time. The same story mentioned that there were a few benchmarks and challenges to be taken on at the first meet of the 2013 season in the Netherlands.
Whooops, the Dutch national team at the... (more)