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Welcome to the February / March 2010 edition of my newsletter!

My intention is to keep you informed of happenings and upcoming events.
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4-way Training

Spaceland Blue is back in Texas training hard for the upcoming world meet in August of this year.

For more information about the World Meet in Russia, please
click here.



Blue boarding the plane

Becky is back! (right)

After recovering from her knee injury last season, Spaceland Blue's tail flyer, Becky, is back!

It has been a long time since she had been in the air, but she still remembered how to tear it up, and had no problems cranking out 55 jumps in 4 days!

Also featured on the PD Blog.

Blue is very much looking forward to the upcoming "Shamrock Showdown" in Deland Florida, where they will face some of the same teams they will be competing against at the World Meet in Russia later this year.

Blue exiting a 16

Becky track

Peter's 500th jump


Dennis's 500th jump

Spaceland Blue would like to congratulate Dennis, camera man for the Norwegian 4-way national team "Extream Force Elements", on his 500th jump! Blue joined the team with Thomas Hughes on a fun jump to celebrate on their last training jump of the camp.

Congratulations Dennis!

For more information on the current Norway National team, please check out their website.

Tandem Rating

On February 26th I earned my Sigma Tandem rating through USPA's very own President, Mr. Jay Stokes. 

Needless to say, Jay offered lots of valuable information and insight about the subject. Please check out his website for more information about his courses and schedule.

Thanks for all your help Jay!


Nik and Jay

Jay mimicking a less than desirable tandem student in freefall


Jay mimicking a less than desirable tandem student in freefall

Past Events

8th Annual Freefly Money Meet

I took part in the event both as competitior and as vidoegrapher.

The competition consisted of five rounds where each competitor was randomly matched with a different partner of similar flying ability for every round.

A sequence of compulsory moves were drawn from a dive pool. Each round had a different draw. The paired up teams for that round gain one point each time they correctly perform a move in the order of the draw.

The score for each round is added up, and the person with the highest score wins.

Congratulations to Steve Curtis and Team Scarecrow!

For more info on the competition, please check out the Skydive Arizona website.








90 Percent Mag (print)

Nr. 2, February 2010, pages 5, 6, 8.

Click here or on magazine cover to view pdf version.


Spaceland Blue featured as
picture of the month on AdrenalineObsession.com.

Blue Skies Magazine (print)

Issue #7, January/February 2010, pages: 17, 18.

Upcoming Events

3/18/2010 – 3/22/2010:   Shamrock Showdown in Deland, FL
4/3/2010 – 4/4/2010:   Bedford World Challenge in Bedford, England

Pictures and videos by Niklas Daniel if not otherwise stated.

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