Did you know that Part 2 of Roy Janssen's Hayabusa story goes back to Prostejov?
posted: Oct 16th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 13 October 2014 that NMP-PCH Hayabusa's tail Roy Janssen is leaving the reigning 4-way world champions from Belgium.
The story explained how Roy Janssen came to that decision and mentioned that an update will follow with his plans for the future.
There is one more step before Hayabusa's new situation and Roy Janssen's plans will become the next topics.
The Sun Path Products NSL News has brought the actual meet experiences of teams and the insider view to the audience many times,... (more)
Did you know that AtomiX finished 13.8 three times within four weeks?
posted: Oct 15th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News has not yet researched well enough whether any 4-way team has ever posted exactly the same meet average three consecutive times during the same competition season. However, it is most likely unique that a team did exactly that within one month.
It is unusual enough that a team attends three meets in such a short time period. It was the German 4-way team AtomiX who competed first at the German Nationals 2014, followed up at the Nord... (more)
Did you know that the Advanced Class competition at the USPA Nationals was a gold medal duel?
posted: Oct 14th, 2014 The Advanced Class competition for the gold medals at the USPA Nationals 2014 was actually a duel between two teams whose lineups were very similar to each other.
Both teams had members in the lineups who have competed in USPA's Open Class competition at previous national championships. Dallas 350 members Scott Latinis and Ron Hill are two highly experienced 4-way competitors, who were player coaches this year for Lucas King and Scott Levy.
The Misfits had Open Class competitors Rodney Cruce and Gilles Dutrisac... (more)
Did you know that Dubai Asaar Black was the first Arabian team in the world meet finals?
posted: Oct 1st, 2014 Dubai's team project in Formation Skydiving competition has now completed its 4th year after former Arizona Airspeed members Eliana Rodriguez and Craig Girard moved to the Arabian Emirates in 2011 to get the project on its way.
It was not an easy road for the coaches, even though the available resources allowed them to do many things that are out of reach for other teams. They have to recruit their competitors from a very small group of skydivers, and there are frequent changes in the lineups.
However, the project reached a peak point this year at the FAI... (more)
Did you know that Voodoo's UK lineup outscored the USPA lineup?
posted: Sep 25th, 2014 The AAA Class field at the UK Nationals 2014 included a new team - even though it was not really new. Voodoo had attended several national championships in Great Britain before (2009, 2010, 2012, 2013). However, Voodoo was the South African national 4-way team at those events and competed as a guest team.
This year, Vana and Dennis Parker and David Sumter had officially retired as the South African national team after having been living in Great Britain for several years. In fact, they were now eligible to win the... (more)