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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 ICL team since 2013. Brian Touhey has put together his lineups since the original indoor duel between iFLY Seattle and iFLY Orlando opened up the new league to the whole 4-way competition community after the trial period in 2012. He joined the Indoor Cloud League in March 2013 and submitted scores and videos for all six categories. Brian Touhey's first team in March 2013 consisted of himself, Jeff... (more)

Did you know that Thunder ISR gives world class national teams a good battle?
posted: Feb 3rd, 2016 Thunder ISR has been known for years as the best unofficial amateur team in the world. They have owned this title since the team members (Wesley Claessens - Point, Paul Hofstee - Outside Center, Sven Ibens - Inside Center, Jacco Van Eerden - Tail) have normal jobs and spend their own vacation time and resources for training and competition. The unofficial title can be misleading or confusing, as the scoring numbers that Thunder is posting on a regular basis has settled the team in the Top 10 teams of the skydiving world, including the fully sponsored professional competitors and full-time skydivers. Thunder... (more)

Did you know that It's All About Gen also competed for iFLY Dallas' Indoor Cloud League team?
posted: Feb 1st, 2016 The last Indoor Cloud League update brought the Sun Path Products NSL News back to the first 10-round indoor meet of the year, SkyVenture New Hampshire's annual indoor competition on January 9th. Earlier stories had covered the AAA Class competition and the annual duel between Shmeland and various Mass Defiance lineups. The story on January 21st also mentioned that the visitors from Texas, Dallas 350 with substitute Josh Hall, were closer to the two top teams than any other team in New Hampshire before. Lucas King, Scott Latinis and Scott Levy were not the only visitors from Texas. The recent... (more)

Did you know that eight Indoor Cloud League lineups competed for iFLY Dallas in January?
posted: Feb 1st, 2016 The new year has also brought a few new teams to the Indoor Cloud League. The final leaderboard of January will most likely show a new record number of participating wind tunnels. iFLY Virginia Beach's ICL team posted the first scores, as the Sun Path Products NSL News reported on January 23rd, and iFLY Houston followed up last week with scores and videos for January. iFLY Houston is Spaceland Lite's indoor home turf, and team member Katrina Shows recruited the first lineup for the Indoor Cloud League competition. She had January Amber Taylor (Point), Diana Hu (Tail) and Debbie Hoffpauir... (more)

Did you know that France is in 1st place of the FAI/IPC 2015 world rankings in 4-way Women?
posted: Jan 30th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News took a closer look at the 2015 world rankings of the International Parachuting Commission (IPC) of the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) on January 23rd. The first story covered the rankings in the 4-way Open Class, followed up now by the female 4-way category. The FAI/IPC rankings still have France in 1st place, even though the French FLY-IN Girls, the current French national team in this category, have not defeated the Golden Knights yet after three meets with both teams' current lineups: 1st FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championships 2015, Clash... (more)

Did you know that new Indoor Cloud League competitor Nathan Taylor entered the iFLY Orlando chamber in his own way?
posted: Jan 30th, 2016 A few new scores have been added to the January leaderboard of the Indoor Cloud League, which usually grows at the end of the month. iFLY Orlando's Indoor Cloud League team added scores and videos in four of the six ICL categories and improved the AA Class score from 15 to 18 points. The total of 102 points places iFLY Orlando currently in 2nd place behind the Hurricane Factory. It was a unique month for iFLY Orlando's Indoor Cloud League team. The six scores for the six different sequences were posted by six different lineups, even though there was internal competition for the highest scores.... (more)


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