Did you know that Russian 8-way world champions of 2003 are back together in 4-way?
posted: Aug 25th, 2014 It is only a few hours away from the competition draw for the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014 in Prostejov, Czech Republic.
The teams are done with the last training jumps, and the next time the planes get in the air it will be for the scoring points. There have been quite a few changes in the lineups, and the Sun Path Products NSL News can cover at least a few of them.
The new lineup of the Austrian national team was mentioned earlier and is competing under the name Final Edition. Vision 99 is... (more)
Did you know that SkyVenture Montreal launches the 2014 indoor championships tomorrow?
posted: Mar 21st, 2014 SkyVenture Montreal has been putting aside the activities of the Indoor Cloud League for a while due to the preparations for the Canadian Indoor Skydiving Championship 2014.
Team Phoenix, one of the many female 4way lineups in Canada (Mélanie L-Guérin, Jennyfer Caron, Monika Wittmer, Karina Dallaire), still quickly posted a 27-pointer for the AAA Class sequence as the first ICL number for SkyVenture Montreal this month.
Phoenix now has to master the complete... (more)
Did you know that Evolution will do everything possible to make the impossible possible?
posted: Mar 14th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News posted an update on 19 February 2014 that covered Canada's national 4way team Evolution after the Valentines Meet 2014.
Evolution attended the meet even though there was not much serious competition for the Canadians in Eloy. Home team Arizona Airspeed did not attend since the team members served as player coaches for local and regional lineups. Evolution's 24.4 average came at the end of a winter training camp, which... (more)
Did you know that nothing is impossible for three young Canadians?
posted: Feb 19th, 2014 The recent Sun Path Products NSL News update after the Valentines Meet 2014 mentioned that the new Evolution lineup with Katie Woods in the point slot eventually wiped out the team's previous 24.0 record average.
Tail Benoit Lemay now provided the meet videos, while his brother Vincent commented the current situation of his team. First of all, he confirmed that the oldest brother Martin has fully recovered from his shoulder surgery and is in great physical shape.
Vincent Lemay said that the 24.4 average came at... (more)