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2-Way Mixed Formation Skydiving (MFS) 2019 Competition Updates

2-Way Mixed Formation Skydiving (MFS) 2019 Competition Updates
Thursday, May 23, 2019

The USPA Board of Directors, with guidance from seasoned mixed formation skydiving competitors, approved changes to the MFS event for the 2019 National Skydiving Championships. Based on competitor feedback from the 2018 Nationals, changes were made to allow for closer synergy between the advanced and open classes, as well as to continue to increase national (and hopefully one day international) participation with the addition of an entry-level intermediate class. MFS is one of the fastest-growing disciplines in skydiving and strives to provide a multi-orientation playing field for all levels of freeflyers.

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2019 Nationals to Include Canopy Piloting Freestyle Test Event!

2019 Nationals to Include Canopy Piloting Freestyle Test Event!
Tuesday, April 30, 2019

The 2019 USPA National Canopy Piloting Championships at Skydive Paraclete XP in Raeford, North Carolina, this September will now include a freestyle test event. The three-jump event is scheduled for September 10, with official registration on September 9.

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4-Way Center Stage at Nationals

4-Way Center Stage at Nationals
Monday, September 10, 2018

Follow all the scores at OmniSkore.com, and check out USPA’s Facebook page for photos throughout the event, which continues until September 18.

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First Events Wrap Up at Nationals

First Events Wrap Up at Nationals
Friday, September 7, 2018

After nearly two full days on the ground due to weather, the first events wrapped up at the 2018 USPA National Skydiving Championships at Chicagoland Skydiving Center in Rochelle, Illinois.

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NAA Selects Skydiving World Record as “Most Memorable”

NAA Selects Skydiving World Record as “Most Memorable”
Sunday, July 1, 2018

Each year, the National Aeronautic Association selects what it considers aviation's most memorable records from the previous year and honors those records at an event near Washington, D.C. 

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