Did you know that NSL-TV presents two hours in the competition life of NMP-PCH Hayabusa?
posted: Apr 6th, 2014 The NSL-TV coverage of the top teams in 4way Open and 4way Women at the World Challenge 2014 live from the flying chamber at Bodyflight Bedford missed a few rounds when the Sun Path Products NSL News had other topics on the meet agenda. One of them was the best indoor 4way team in the history of Formation Skydiving competition, NMP-PCH Hayabusa.
Fortunately, there is other footage available that presents all teams from the judging perspective, and NSL-TV will follow up with as much videos as possible. Bodyflight Bedford... (more)
Did you know that the Golden Knights had a much better second half at the World Challenge 2014?
posted: Apr 6th, 2014 The World Challenge 2014 is over, and NSL-TV is now catching up with earlier videos, which have been showing a new entry technique this year. Bodyflight Bedford's host Paul Mayer and Paraclete XP's host John D'Annunzio discussed at the World Challenge 2013 how they could synchronize the beginning of the working time at their indoor events and came to a conclusion that they both applied this year at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2014... (more)
Did you know that NSL-TV zoomed in on NMP-PCH Hayabusa?
posted: Apr 5th, 2014 NSL-TV now presents the last videos of yesterday's five rounds and Round 6 on Saturday morning.
The video coverage of a round in the 4way AAA/Open Class always concludes with the NMP-PCH Hayabusa performance, as the teams were set in a roughly expected ranking order.
The video of Round 6 features the Belgians from a different camera angle. Actually, the camera zooms in more than usual and tries to catch as much as possible of the facial expressions, the "game faces". It is fascinating to watch any skydiving competitor perform, and it is much easier when the faces are only a few feet away.... (more)
Did you know that a Czech Hurricane is blowing at Bodyflight Bedford?
posted: Apr 5th, 2014 The NSL-TV camera was not in the flying chamber for the AAA/Open Class top teams in Round 4 for a good reason. The Sun Path Products NSL News story that featured the Canadian AA Class team 4Astrophe was the main focus at that time.
It doesn't mean at all that the videos of the top teams cannot be watched by the audience. The judging videos will always be available, and the Sun Path Products NSL News aftermath of the World Challenge 2014 will surely include the competition videos of many other teams, as well.
Did you know that 11-year old Yannick Bisson is a very focused 4way competitor?
posted: Apr 4th, 2014 The NSL-TV videos of Round 3 are showing how XL lost the 2nd place before winning it back in Round 4. They also include the videos of the same round in 4way Women where the Aerodyne French Girls gave up the first highscore to the Golden Knights.
The Sun Path Products NSL News then followed one of the AA Class teams throughout the preparations for Round 3, the competition performance in the flying chamber and the aftermath. 4Astrophe from Canada is not new to the audience after several updates from Canada, including the Canadian... (more)
Did you know that the NMP-PCH Hayabusa 4way machine keeps adding points to the lead?
posted: Apr 4th, 2014 The judging for Round 3 has been completed in four of the five 4way categories, and NMP-PCH Hayabusa keeps going like a 4way machine. There is a 12-point distance to the team in 2nd place after three rounds...
The battle for the 2nd place is just as exciting as the scores after Round 2 indicated. There has been a different leader of the 4-pack after each round. Volt'R was in 2nd place after Round 1 before SportLoto and XL took that spot in Round 2. Round 3 has a new team in 2nd place with Gavroches.
Thunder took a point from SportLoto in Round 3 but has to watch out, as well. Qatar Tigers... (more)