The National Collegiate Parachuting League was formed in 1961 and has hosted competitions at various locations in the U.S. ever since. USPA conducts the National Collegiate Parachuting Championships to promote learning, safety, competition, sportsmanship, and camaraderie among college skydivers.
The collegiates provide a great way for college students, generally limited for funding, to compete in skydiving, and many continue on as competitors after graduation. Champions of prior nationals, as well as published final results from the 2011 collegiates can be found here.
NCPC Practice & Registration Extended through 12:00pm Saturday, December 28
To accommodate collegiate competitors making the post-Christmas pilgrimage to Florida, and with the anticipation of some registration glitches due to the transition to the USPA Database Transition, USPA and Meet Director Bill Wenger have decided to extend registration through noon on Saturday, 28 December. Practice jumps can be made through approximately 11:30 a.m.; the competitors’ briefing will be at 12:00 sharp; competition will commence immediately thereafter.
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