Did you know that Voodoo is the new British 4-way champion?
posted: Sep 8th, 2014 The 4-way competition at the UK Nationals 2014 was successfully completed with all scheduled rounds. The 75 teams in Hibaldstow set once again a new participation record.
Voodoo won the AAA Class competition with a new team record average. The three members of the South African national team until 2012, Vana Parker, Dennis Parker and David Sumter, competed with former 4-way Women world champion Liz Matthews in the lineup.
The three original Voodoo members have now won the national titles of two different countries,... (more)
Did you know that NSL-TV features the Airspeed videos of the world meet?
posted: Sep 4th, 2014 The German Nationals 2014 are still bothered by bad weather. The 4-way teams were at least fortunate enough to get in the air once on Wednesday afternoon. Round 1 was completed for all teams before the clouds came back to cover up the German skies.
The Sun Path Products NSL News mentioned with the first update from Germany that Arizona Airspeed's team videographer Justin Price is filming the leader in the open class competition, Airbus, and that he kindly provided the footage of Airspeed's competition jumps at the... (more)
Did you know that 4-way Open Class and Speed Skydiving competition produced different results for Germany?
posted: Sep 2nd, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News goes back to the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 with more aftermath before the coverage of the German Nationals 2014 begins, live from the Dadalus skydiving center in Eisenach.
In fact, both events connect directly with each other in many ways, even though one connection is missing. The German national 4-way team Paratec-Saar is not competing at the national championships, due to lack of additional vacation time for some of the team members.
Paratec-Saar had a very... (more)
Did you know that NMP-PCH Hayabusa and Evolution have a lot in common?
posted: Aug 31st, 2014 It's time to follow up on the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 with some videos of the competition jumps, and the review begins with the new 4-way world champion, NMP-PCH Hayabusa from Belgium.
Hayabusa's 1st place in Prostejov is the first time in history that a team from Belgium wins gold medals in Formation Skydiving competition. It is also the first time that France did not win a medal in the Open Class competition. Last not least, it's also the first time in recent history (since 1985) that Canada... (more)
Did you know that Paratec-Saar from Germany has two world meet rookies in the lineup?
posted: Aug 29th, 2014 The competition at the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 is still offering exciting battles, even though NMP-PCH Hayabusa will not give away their first 4-way gold medals for Belgium and most of the other medal positions have been secured at this point in time.
Canada's Lemay family team with Katie Woods left Hayabusa and Arizona Airspeed in the dust in Round 8 with a perfect performance, including the special and so far unique Canadian Block 15 (Cat - Cat) technique. Hayabusa was even happy enough... (more)
Did you know that the first-timers at a world meet have a good time?
posted: Aug 29th, 2014 The protest dust has settled after a few other teams also tried to get re-jumps due to higher air speed than required on jump run. The jury has not agreed with any arguments for any re-jumps, and the scores on the leaderboard are standing strongly.
The Sun Path Products NSL News has now been zooming in on teams and competitors who compete for the first at a World Championship of Formation Skydiving. There is time for that, as the situation at the relevant spots on the leaderboards seem to be settled.
NMP-PCH Hayabusa is strongly headed at the first gold medals for Belgium, and Mark Kirkby... (more)