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Did you know that V Shock won the internal Virginia DZ showdown last weekend?
posted: Jul 16th, 2014 A total of 56 teams are currently ranked on last weekend's overall leaderboard, which is not complete yet. The Midwest Skydiving League had a busy meet at Chicagoland Skydiving, and the scores will be added soon. Most of the teams competed at Langar in the United Kingdom (26) and in Maubeuge, France (26), and the Sun Path Products NSL News will soon follow up with additional information of those events. Two of the five meets last weekend were smaller ones of the Virginia Parachute Council at Skydive Suffolk and of the Carolina Skydiving League at Triangle Skydiving. Carolina Turbo XP member... (more)

Did you know that Sidney Owen Williams keeps enjoying the Elsinore Horizon ride?
posted: Jul 13th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News re-published an article earlier this year that was written by Sidney Owen Williams for Blue Skies Mag. Sydney Owen Williams is in charge of events and marketing at Skydive Elsinore and has the Tail slot for Elsinore Horizon. Her team competed in the A Class last year and in the AA/Intermediate Class at the USPA Nationals. Her passionate 4-way story of March this year explained how she came to 4-way competition and eventually founded Elsinore Horizon together with Kristian Szczpetiko. Elsinore Horizon came back this year and attended the first competition of... (more)

Did you know that skydive Suffolk is back hosting meets for the Virginia Parachute Council?
posted: Aug 5th, 2013 It was in August 2006 when the Virginia Parachute Council held a 4way competition the last time at Skydive Suffolk. DC3 (Christine Bruchac, Christi Meyer, Chris Halsa, Dave Owens, with Tres Waugh on camera) competed with a local lineup that consisted of Jim Burley, John Carlson, Eddie Heady, Mary Miller and Pete Schwartz on camera. VPC Director Elizabeth Kang now reported that her 4way competitors met again at the same place on the July 27 weekend - seven years later. It was a new duel, this time between Safety Third and the Sky Godlings. Only one competitor attended both meets in 2006 and 2013. Edward... (more)

Did you know that two teams braved heat and humidity in Virginia?
posted: Jul 10th, 2013 The Virginia Parachute Council held the first competition of the 2013 season at Skydive Orange, with two home teams attending the meet. VPC Director Elizabeth Kang reported that an additional team from Skydive Suffolk had to cancel at the last minute when a team member could not make the trip to Orange. Moulin Orange is an Orange based group of girls who are trying to practice 4way on a semi-regular basis. The usual team members are Erin Kruth, the the most experienced 4way competitor in the team, plus Lucie Low, Abby Fistler and Mel Bostwick who have 100 or less jumps each. Unfortunately,... (more)

Did you know that the Virginia Parachute Council concluded the 2012 season successfully?
posted: Oct 20th, 2012 The Virginia Parachute Council added the latest scores of the 2012 season to the 115 different leaderboards in the NSL database this year. It is the first time for the NSL News that there are more than 100 different scoreboards with results from many different parts of the world. Skydive Orange hosted the third and last VPC meet of the year with four participating teams in the AA Class. VPC Director Elizabeth Kang reported that Skydive Suffolk and the Virginia Skydiving Center each sent a team to Skydive Orange to compete with the two home teams. She said that it was a busy day for club owned... (more)

Did you know that the Virginia Parachute Council is back in 4way action?
posted: Aug 1st, 2012 The scores from the Virginia Parachute Council completed last weekend's AA Class overall leaderboard, which was the most popular category this time. The AA Class teams competed at three different locations (Germany, Texas, Virginia) and also completed different numbers of rounds. The overall leaderboard in the AA Class needs a similar adjustment as it was necessary in the AAA Class where the Usual Suspects ended up on the top after six rounds. Paradox Kassel had the highest meet average after ten rounds but did not have to step back. The German team was also the leader and winner after six... (more)


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