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Did you know that Russian 4-way competitors are warmed up for the World Challenge 2015?
posted: Mar 15th, 2015 The Russian indoor teams and competitors seem to be well prepared for the upcoming World Challenge 2015 where three teams from Russia (SportLoto, Red Cat, Neugomon) are registered for the AAA/Open Class competition. Most of the best Russian 4-way competitors came together for a 5-round meet at the FreeZone Moscow tunnel on February 28th. The XOteam, winner of the Polish Indoor Open 2014, took the next 1st place in Moscow after a 1-point... (more)

Did you know that the Czech Republic has a strong delegation at the World Challenge 2015?
posted: Mar 13th, 2015 The field of 4-way teams for the World Challenge 2015 keeps growing. A total of 69 teams were registered last week, and the list does not include several teams who will attend the event and have not gone through the registration process yet. The Qatar Tigers were one of the new teams on the AAA Class list. Qatar's national 4-way team missed the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 after a 7th place with a 23.0 average at the... (more)

Did you know that the tables have turned in 8-way competition?
posted: Mar 11th, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News covered the 8-way competition at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2015 yesterday with an introduction of the international visitors in Veloce QRF's 8-way lineup. The same article mentioned that the Golden Knights did not try to defend last year's 8-way title. This does not mean that the Golden Knights did not compete in Raeford this year. In fact, all current 8-way members attended the competition, except for Andrew Starr, who had a back surgery last week and needs time to recover. The... (more)

Did you know that Veloce QRF had a colorful lineup at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship?
posted: Mar 10th, 2015 The Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2015 included once again the only 8-way indoor competition in the world. 19 teams participated for a new record attendance, nine in the Open Class and ten in the Intermediate Class. The Golden Knights, winner of last year's 8-way competition with the gold medal lineup of Prostejov, were split up in several other lineups. The US Army's 8-way team has trouble to put their current lineup together, and the Sun Path Products NSL News will follow up with a report of the Golden Knights... (more)

Did you know that the Golden Knights may have to miss the first FAI/IPC indoor world meet?
posted: Mar 3rd, 2015 The first direct competition between the currently four best 4-way teams in the USA (Arizona Airspeed - SDC Rhythm XP - Golden Knights - Carolina Turbo XP) was much anticipated at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2015. The Arizona Airspeed story ended with a neutral result, compared to the 2014 performance at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship. Airspeed finished with a 28.7 average at both events. Airspeed allowed SDC Rhythm XP once again... (more)

Did you know that Chris Talbert, Doug Park and Solly Williams had a reunion in two opposing teams last weekend?
posted: Mar 2nd, 2015 Once again, and as in many other larger 4-way competitions, there were several battles at different areas of the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2015 leaderboard. After yesterday's closer look at the top of the leaderboard, the Sun Path Products NSL News zooms in on another very interesting part in the middle of the AAA/Open Class field. Two teams caught the special attention with their interesting lineups, XP4 and Dark Majik Bus. Six of the eight competitors in both lineups were former 4-way and 8-way world champions... (more)

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