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Did you know that iFLY Orlando stole a highscore from SkyVenture Montreal last Thursday?
posted: Jun 23rd, 2015 Florida's Indoor Cloud League team came back to iFLY Orlando last Thursday for the next attempt to improve the scores that the first team had posted on June 6th. It was a successful effort, as last Thursday's team added a total of 19 points to iFLY Orlando's ICL account. The RR Class lineup (Amer Kassas, Mark Messersmith, Leslie Eggenberger, with player coach Bob Byrne) even managed to outscore SkyVenture Montreal's lineup in the same category and take the highscore. SkyVenture Montreal had posted scores for four of the six categories in the meantime and is currently three points ahead of... (more)

Did you know that the Thunder ISR meet videos come along with scores from the United Kingdom?
posted: Jun 22nd, 2015 NSL-TV follows up on yesterday's Tomscat Trophy story from the Netherlands with the competition videos of Thunder ISR. The SKYLEAGUE.COM audience has once again the opportunity to see the best amateur team in the world in action. The video clip includes the sequence and performance of Round 5, which denied Thunder ISR the entry to the "4-way Outdoor Elite Club" at this point in time. However, team member Paul Hofstee said that the club membership is on the Thunder list of goals: "We are ready for it..." In the meantime, the British 4-way teams have added their scores to all four categories... (more)

Did you know that the 21st annual Tomscat Trophy was complete after nine AAA and eight A Class rounds?
posted: Jun 21st, 2015 The Tomscat Trophy, which commemorates two members of the Dutch 4-way team Tomscat, Remie Herder and Sjaak Strating, who lost their lives in a jump plane crash in 1992, went once again to Thunder ISR. Thunder has won the annual event every year since their first entry in 2011. Thunder's Outside Center Paul Hofstee added the 21st Tomscat gold medal to his own collection since the inauguration of the event in 1995. This year's "ISR Stimulation Prize", 30 minutes of free flying time at Indoor Skydive Roosendaal, was once again awarded to the team that "makes the most out of a small budget and... (more)

Did you know that the research of the "4-way Elite Indoor Club" has begun?
posted: Jun 19th, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News has kept track of the 4-way outdoor scores for a long time, and the "4-way Elite Club" of teams with the highest scores in the history of the sport has been a topic for several years, as well. The recent update, which welcomed Canada's bronze medalist at the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving 2014, Evolution, to the club on June 14th, initiated inquiries from the valued SKYLEAGUE.COM audience to research the indoor situation, as well. It was an open door, as 4-way indoor competition has become a crucial part of the sport and of the Sun Path Products... (more)

Did you know that NMP-PCH Hayabusa want to unify the FAI/IPC indoor/outdoor titles at the Hurricane Factory?
posted: Jun 18th, 2015 The World Challenge at Bodyflight Bedford has been the unofficial indoor world championship for several years. There are other big and relevant indoor events, such as the ISR Grand Prix in Roosendaal, the Wind Games, the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship and the Aerokart Indoor Championship. However, no other indoor competition draws as many teams from so many different countries as the World Challenge does. Paul Mayer will surely continue with the annual event, and he was actually speaking of the 11th World Challenge during the live coverage of the World Challenge 2015. There is a new... (more)

Did you know that the Northern California Skydiving League needed the second tie breaker in the second meet?
posted: Jun 17th, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News update on June 15th mentioned that the two Californian leagues did not interfere with each other at all last weekend. The teams of the Northern California Skydiving League competed only in the A and Rookie Class this time, with five teams in the A Class competition. NCSL Director Lori Connor reported from Skydance in Davis that it was a successful event: "Relaxed vibe, warm and sunny, friendly winds with everyone having a super fun time while learning lots! We got our fast rides to 13k all day in SkyDance's Super Van and our exits made easier with its nice big... (more)

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