Did you know that the Quattro team name has a long history?
posted: Aug 6th, 2015 Last weekend's AAA Class leaderboard was the smallest one, while the Rookie Class teams deserved the prime attention with the story on August 4th. However, the competition between US team Perris Quattro and H4O from Ireland was the most exciting one and ended with a tie.
Perris Quattro competed at the August meet of the Southern California Skydiving League, while H4O won the 4-way title at the Irish Nationals 2015. Both teams were the only ones in the AAA Class at their events, and last weekend's overall leaderboard brought them together... (more)
Did you know that iFLY Orlando and SkyVenture Montreal added the last Indoor Cloud League July scores?
posted: Aug 5th, 2015 The July leaderboard of the Indoor Cloud League is finally complete. SkyVenture Montreal and iFLY Florida submitted the last scores and videos, which created the biggest ICL leaderboard this year.
It is also the first time that scores and videos were submitted from eight different wind tunnels, after the 26-pointer submission by M4trix from the Netherlands.
Florida's ICL group at iFLY Orlando could not get the highest total number of points, as the videos on the second event in July were not judgeable. The Sun Path Products NSL News story... (more)
Did you know that seven Rookie Class teams finished off the Southern Skydiving League 2015 season?
posted: Aug 4th, 2015 It was not too long ago that the Sun Path Products NSL News celebrated a great weekend of the Rookie Class teams, as the story on July 24th explained. It was a combination of teams from the Czech Republic, United Kingdom and Midwest Skydiving League who created a leaderboard with 15 teams.
The surge of new 4-way teams and competitors was confirmed again last weekend when the next 15 different Rookie Class teams competed, this time most of them in the USA. The Southern Skydiving League alone added seven teams to the leaderboard at Skydive... (more)
Did you know that Lori Connor's iFLY SF Bay team needed a tie-breaker in the AA Class?
posted: Aug 3rd, 2015 The drama of the Indoor Cloud League's July competition is far from over.
The Bad Boys have posted the highscores for the AAA/AA sequences, and the SportFlight team at the Hurricane Factory is still only in 4th place. At the same time, Katie Woods is feverishly working on the missing SkyVenture Montreal videos, while there is also a missing update from iFLY Orlando after the last Indoor Cloud League event on July 30th.
iFLY Dallas and iFLY Seattle are holding on to their current lead that they may carry over the quickly approaching finish... (more)
Did you know that iFLY Dallas had a full house of coaches in July?
posted: Aug 2nd, 2015 It did not take too long until the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard for July changed once again.
SkyVenture Montreal added the latest scores, including a highscore for the RRR Class sequence. The videos for three of the categories are still missing, and there is no Canadian score for the R Class sequence yet. The June winner still has a few days to provide the missing pieces.
There is also a new participant from Europe, and the Sun Path Products NSL News will soon follow up with more information. The first score for Indoor Skydive Roosendaal,... (more)
Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League has produced another new outdoor team in the Northwest?
posted: Aug 1st, 2015 As usual, the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard begins to grow towards the end of the month.
There are still scores and videos to come; however, it does not happen very often that the Czech SportFlight team at the Hurricane Factory is only in 3rd place at this point in time. Amanda Lampton with her iFLY Dallas team and Deb Correia with her iFLY Seattle team are currently tied in 1st place. June winner SkyVenture Montreal and iFLY SF Bay have not even added their scores for July yet.
Deb Correia said that she held her Indoor Cloud League... (more)