Did you know that the first 2015 showdown of the best UK teams begins this Saturday?
posted: Mar 30th, 2015 The World Challenge 2015 will once again offer insights of the situation in the United Kingdom at the beginning of the important 2015 season. The winner of this year's national championships will compete as UK's national 4-way team at the Mondial 2016 in the USA, and the best female lineup qualifies for the 4-way Women competition at Skydive Chicago.
This year's AAA/Open Class field at Bodyflight Bedford includes the two national top contenders in 2014 (Voodoo, Vision 99) and two other UK teams (Eclipse, Anti Matter)... (more)
Did you know that Round 7 had a challenging sequence at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship?
posted: Mar 29th, 2015 The aftermath of the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2015 completes with Carolina Turbo XP's six competition rounds in DeLand. The audience also has the opportunity to review the ten Turbo indoor rounds at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2015.
It is easy to identify the team with the outstanding blue helmets. All four Turbo members have chosen the same color that their coach Thomas Hughes has as the Outside Center for Arizona Airspeed.
Did you know that the World Challenge 2015 sets the next record of participation?
posted: Mar 28th, 2015 It is a fact by now: Paul Mayer will once again keep his record of progression perfectly clean at the World Challenge 2015. 89 teams are currently registered for this year's event, with another week to go.
Paul Mayer's goal is still the magic 100, and he is getting closer every year. He has never been so close at the 10-year anniversary, and it would take 11 more teams signing up to combine the 10-year anniversary celebration with the magic 100 party.
The World Challenge has been the biggest international 4-way... (more)
Did you know that iFLY Orlando added ten points to the Indoor Cloud League account last night?
posted: Mar 27th, 2015 Lori Connor submitted the first Indoor Cloud League March videos from iFLY SF Bay earlier this week, and her Northern California Skydiving League group was one single point behind Florida's ICL team at iFLY Orlando.
The Florida group went back to iFLY Orlando last night and was able to add ten points to the ICL account. The distance to iFLY SF Bay is 11 points now, while the Czech teams in the Hurricane Factory are still far ahead in 1st place for the March sequences.
The Florida group had work to do in the A Class, where the first meeting... (more)
Did you know that 13-year old Yannick Bisson mastered five memory sequences with a 20.1 average?
posted: Mar 26th, 2015 The Canadian 4-way indoor teams completed their eight meet rounds on Sunday last weekend, and Parachute Montreal Fuzion won the AAA Class competition of the 3rd Canadian Indoor Skydiving Championship 2015 with a 21.9 average.
It was not the team's highest indoor average, which was posted by the 2014 lineup (Janylene Breton, Gabrielle Prevost, Marie-Eve Dallaire, Kassandra Gagnon - 23.6) at the same event in Montreal. Last year's Fuzion lineup finished later in 4th place at the FAI... (more)
Did you know that Jan Klapka picked the best of 21 sequences for the Indoor Cloud League March results?
posted: Mar 25th, 2015 iFLY SF Bay and Hurricane Factory have submitted their first Indoor Cloud League videos and scores for the month of March, and the Czech teams are far ahead of indoor competitors in Florida and Northern California.
Four different Czech teams have posted the highest scores so far for five of the six monthly sequences. Bad Boyz (AAA), HF Chicks (AA), PB Fire (A) and Flying Circus (RRR) are currently winning the internal Czech race to make it to the ICL leaderboard. Mimozemky added the two highscores for the RR and R Class sequences.