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INDOOR CLOUD LEAGUE
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February 2016AAAAAARRRRRRTotal
RankTeamsE,14,O,16P,21,14E,O,6J,N,LM,E,OM,PTotal
1iFLY SF Bay (US)18141521(-1)2826122

Indoor Cloud League 2016JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecTotal
1Hurricane Factory (CZ)138-----------138
5iFLY Dallas (US)120-----------120
4iFLY Seattle (US)119-----------119
3iFLY SF Bay (US)109-----------109
2iFLY Orlando (US)102-----------102
6SkyVenture Montreal (CA)88-----------88
7SkyVenture New Hampshire (US)72-----------72
8iFLY Virginia Beach (NL)58-----------58
9iFLY Houston (NL)20-----------20

Wind Tunnel Cloud Competition

ICL League Director: National Skydiving League

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ICL Schedule of Events | See all ICL events
discipline title date venue
IFS4X6 January Jan 1st, 2016 - Jan 31st, 2016
IFS4X6 February Feb 1st, 2016 - Feb 28th, 2016
IFS4X6 March Mar 1st, 2016 - Mar 31st, 2016
IFS4X6 April Apr 1st, 2016 - Apr 30th, 2016
IFS4X6 May May 1st, 2016 - May 31st, 2016
IFS4X6 June Jun 1st, 2016 - Jun 30th, 2016

There are no scores yet for the 2009 season. To see scores from previous years go to our archives.

Most Recent ICL News | See all ICL News or all NSL News


Did you know that former Rhythm member Rob Radez coached iFLY SF Bay's ICL team to 122 points for February?
posted: Feb 7th, 2016 Once again, the first Indoor Cloud League scores and videos have been posted earlier than usual. Hurricane Factory and iFLY Virginia Beach had opened the January leaderboard in the middle of the month.... (more)

Did you know that team work is also important for the Indoor Cloud League performance?
posted: Feb 5th, 2016 The record-breaking January leaderboard of the Indoor Cloud League is complete, and NSL-TV follows up with the BEST OF JANUARY videos. It becomes increasingly difficult for any ICL team to claim the... (more)

Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League had record participation in January?
posted: Feb 3rd, 2016 There are more connections between SkyVenture New Hampshire's annual indoor competition and the Indoor Cloud League. In fact, one of SkyVenture New Hampshire's locals has been participating with an... (more)


There are six sequences every month, and the groups have the whole month to produce videos and scores of the best performance for each sequence. The organizers invite their participants to any indoor activity and practice the sequences as much as they want. Then they submit the highest scores and videos at any time and until a week before the end of the month at the latest. Each group then follows up with more scores and videos until the last day of the month. The groups have the opportunity to improve the scores with new videos after new tunnel sessions after the first scores have been posted and at any time. Teams and any lineups of individuals may also submit videos for their ICL group after their own separate flying sessions to improve previous scores.

Lineup Limitations:
AAA - AA: Always open for everybody
A - Rookie RRR: 1 Player coach
Rookie RR - Rookie R: Up to 2 Player coaches

The lineups are flexible, and the organizer may put them together according to common sense, based on experiences and skills. Any complete and identical lineup may post two scores for any two neighboring categories.

Player coach definition: A person who has scored 13+ average in AAA at any outdoor meet or 17+ average in AAA at any tunnel meet.

Category Limitations:
AAA - AA: Always open for everybody
A - Rookie RRR - Rookie RR - Rookie R: Every competitor who scores 25+ twice is required to move up to the next category.

The "move up rule" applies to scores for this indoor competition only. If participants score a 25-pointer or higher twice in the same category, it shows that they are too good for the same category and have to move up.

Working Time:
Teams may enter the tunnel and establish all grips for their first formation. Timing begins with the break of the first formation, and scoring includes the first formation. Scoring and deductions follow standard competition format and end at the traditional 35 second mark.

Dive Pool:
AAA: 3,5,6,7,9,11,14,15,16,17,18,21
AA: 6,7,9,11,14,15,18,21
A: 6,7,9
Rookie RRR: A-Q
Rookie RR: A-Q, each sequence begins with M
Rookie R: A-Q, each sequence begins with M