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 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 Cool Runnings is aiming at Whooops numbers?
posted: Apr 15th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News has followed the Dutch 4way team Cool Runnings for a long time - from the first meets in the Rookie Class to the national championships of the Netherlands in the AAA Class.
The team dream story continues, as Cool Runnings will compete for the Netherlands at this year's World Championship of Formation Skydiving. The update on 22 December 2013 broke the news that Cool Runnings became the Dutch national 4way team when NRG and Whooops decided to retire from 4way competition after placing ahead of Cool... (more)
Did you know that Carolina Turbo XP keeps moving closer to the US top level?
posted: Apr 10th, 2014 The aftermath of the Paraclete XP Indoor and Outdoor Championship 2014 week was interrupted for the coverage of the World Challenge 2014, and it is time to continue with some topics that deserve more attention, as well.
The Sun Path Products NSL News evaluated the situation between the currently two best US 4way teams, Arizona Airspeed and SDC Rhythm XP, with the... (more)
Did you know that the roaring Hayabusa engine is waiting for Airspeed at the pole position?
posted: Apr 9th, 2014 The Paraclete XP Indoor and Outdoor Championship 2014 double header week and the aftermath were well covered by the Sun Path Products NSL News with several articles, interviews and views from different angles.
There are still always new aspects and thoughts that present any event from a different perspective. The TURNING POINTS column that the Sun Path Products NSL News contributes for BLUE SKIES MAG on a monthly basis offers the opportunity... (more)
Did you know that time together compensates for lack of Voodoo training jumps?
posted: Mar 17th, 2014 The Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2014 was the end of one of the longest going team projects in the modern history of Formation Skydiving competition - unless it was the beginning of a new project.
Voodoo has been SouthAfrica's national 4way team ever since Equanimity, bronze medalist in Turkey 1997, discontinued, with all team members (Solly Williams, Gary Smith, Fred Whitsitt, Robbie Spencer, Graham Harding) emigrating to the USA.
Actually, it was Colin Rothman who launched the team project and has been a... (more)