Did you know that Round 8 was a turning point in 4way Women at the Mondial Dubai 2012?
posted: Jan 17th, 2013 The NSL News audience is usually performing very well and accurately when it comes to the prediction of results at upcoming meets. The NSL Polls for the Mondial Dubai 2012 were right on the spot between France - USA in 8way, USA - Belgium - France in 4way Open, and for the winner in VFS 4way.
Only the prediction for the female 4way category was off the pace. The audience expected the Golden Knights in 1st place, and the Aerodyne Deep Blue Defenders won the gold medals. Russia's team Illusions had the bronze medals in... (more)
Did you know that the World Challenge 2013 includes the new Dynamic 4way event?
posted: Jan 16th, 2013 The first scores of the 2013 season came from the Czech Republic. They were generated at an indoor competition, as the weather in Central Europe does not allow much outdoor jumping in the winter time. The next scores will be posted this weekend at SkyVenture New Hampshire where Ben Liston is hosting his annual indoor competition. The NSL News will be at the competition site for live coverage.
The US outdoor season usually begins with the Valentine's Meet on the west coast (Eloy) in February and the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship, including the annual Shamrock Showdown $$$ Skins Game, on the... (more)
Did you know that France has a new lineup in the female 4way category?
posted: Jan 14th, 2013 The videos of Round 9 in the female 4way competition at the Mondial Dubai 2012 are coming along with news from France.
Aerodyne Deep Blue Defenders Amelie Tirman and Sophie Deremaux did their job successfully and can now peacefully and happily retire with two gold medals in their collection. France has a new lineup for the next two years. Perrine Sanchez continues together with Laurence Herve who missed the Mondial 2012 due to an injury a few months before the competition.
Sophie Deremaux was actually not a member... (more)
Did you know that the Czech Republic recorded the highest 4way participation in history this week?
posted: Jan 12th, 2013 The 4way community in the Czech Republic keeps growing. Jan Klapka, founder of the Czech Republic Skydiving League, updated the NSL News with the latest scores of the first indoor competition of 2013 at the Sportflight Skydive Arena in Prague.
The total number of 12 teams at a 4way competition stands for the highest participation ever in the history of the sport in the Czech Republic - indoor and outdoor. Additional two teams competed in VFS 4way where Jan Klapka has created a Rookie Class category for the beginners in this event.
The field of 12 teams did not even include the national 4way... (more)
Did you know that the USA moved up to the 10th place in the 4way Open Class world rankings?
posted: Jan 9th, 2013 The race in the latest NSL Poll between Evolution from Canada and US team SDC Rhythm XP for the unofficial No. 4 ranking in the world's 4way competition world was extremely close from the first vote on, and it continued like that to the end. Both teams seem to be considered on the same scoring and performance level by the NSL News audience. Evolution finished with a slight advantage.
There is actually an official FAI/IPC world ranking, as the NSL News reported on 27 September 2012. The same article mentioned that the ranking system... (more)
Did you know that a new Paraclete XP8 lineup is challenging the Golden Knights this year?
posted: Jan 8th, 2013 The meet videos of Round 10 wrap at the complete NSL-TV coverage of the 8way competition at the Mondial Dubai 2012.
Golden Knights and Aerodyne Maubeuge delivered two more world class performances and both wiped out the 22.4 record average of the Golden Knights in 1997. However, it was the US Army lineup of 2012 who kept the highest 8way average in history in US and Golden Knights possession.
Round 10 was also Brian "BK" Krause's last skydive with the US Army team. He built this team and guided it to the gold medals... (more)