Did you know that NMP-PCH Hayabusa is getting ready for the World Challenge 2013?
posted: Mar 18th, 2013 Skyleague.com's website server had a very busy Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2013 weekend, and the NSL News Facebook pages enjoyed dramatically increased interest, as well.
NMP-PCH Hayabusa's Center Inside David Grauwels was one of the many visitors who followed the event action throughout the whole weekend. He also posted his own greetings to the teams and competitors and commented especially the Barkli performance and engineering in Round 9:
"Did you have a closer look on the engineering of the Barkli round9??... (more)
Did you know that Denmark has a large delegation at the World Challenge 2013?
posted: Mar 12th, 2013 The NSL News reported on 8 March 2013 that a team from Denmark, the VAF Warriors, have signed up for the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2013, which begins this Friday in DeLand.
The story introduced the team's lineup and the history of the members. The VAF Warriors are one of several teams in Denmark who are re-grouping in different lineups. It seems as if only one Danish team is coming back with exactly the same lineup as in 2012.
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Did you know that Evolution scored the second highest meet average in history last weekend?
posted: Mar 11th, 2013 The indoor scores from the Czech Republic did not last too long on the front page. They have been replaced by a new leaderboard from Canada where SkyVenture Montreal hosted the Canadian Indoor Championship 2013.
It was a multi-category event and included 4way in three competition classes (AAA - AA - A). In addition, the Rookie Class competitors had their own category in a 4way Scrambles event. Tunnel flyers also competed in VFS 2way and 4way, a "Neo Freestyle" competition and in "Artistic".
The NSL News singled out the AAA Class scores of Evolution, Canada's national 4way team, who posted... (more)
Did you know that a big A Class showdown seems to come up in the Czech Republic?
posted: Mar 9th, 2013 Jan Klapka's indoor league throughout the winter season in the Czech Republic continues with great success. The Bad Boyz 4way competitor and founder of the Czech Republic Skydiving League launched the winter project with five teams in December 2011 and finished the 2011/2012 winter season with three teams in April.
Last year's outdoor season in the Czech Republic went by and included the World Cup 2012 in Prostejov, while Jan Klapka worked on the plans for the 2012/2013 indoor winter season. The first meet in November... (more)
Did you know that a.team4way went from 16.4 to 22.3 within a year?
posted: Mar 4th, 2013 The NSL News reported the scores of the Freezone indoor competition last weekend and focused mostly on the two top teams, Sky Panthers Barkli and SportLoto, who gave each other an exciting race for the 1st place.
However, there were other Russian teams who came back from the 2012 season with impressive performances. UFO's 21.0 average in 4th place comes after a 16.5 average at the national championships last year. UFO outscored the new a.team4way lineup by then who finished in 4th place.
a.team4way took the 3rd... (more)
Did you know that Russia is coming back to the 4way top level?
posted: Mar 3rd, 2013 The indoor competition at Freezone in Moscow was complete after eight rounds, and Sky Panthers Barkli turned the meet in time to remain undefeated in Russia since 2006.
It was still a very close race. SportLoto actually won more rounds than Barkli (3 - 2) but could not win enough points in those three rounds to overcome the two losses in Round 5 and Round 6 where Barkli had the strongest part of the meet.
It has not happened very often that Barkli lost a round to a Russian opponent. Three rounds within one meet is a new experience, and Barkli now knows that there is serious competition on... (more)