Did you know that Florida posted the first Indoor Cloud League scores for June at iFLY Orlando?
posted: Jun 6th, 2015 Florida's Indoor Cloud League team submitted the first videos and scores for the new June sequences after last Thursday's FSL Tunnel Kicker at iFLY Orlando.
Five lineups created the scores for the six sequences, including AA Class team DeLand Flashpoint. The complete lineup focused only on the two sequences, which could be drawn for any AA Class competition. The monthly draw of the six sequences always overlaps between two neighboring categories to make it more interesting for the participating teams and competitors. The sequences for four of the six categories (AA - A - RRR - RR) could also... (more)
Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League had 2015 record participation in May?
posted: Jun 5th, 2015 The Indoor Cloud League leaderboard for the month of May is complete, even though the two videos for the R and RR Class sequences still have to be linked to the SkyVenture Montreal scores.
The Canadian ICL team captured the 2nd place with the last submissions for May. SkyVenture Montreal's three lineups for the traditional four categories (AAA - AA - A - Rookie) actually outscored overall winner Hurricane Factory for the same four sequences (107 - 194), while Bad Boys and 4Astrophe tied their total (46) for the two Open Class sequences (AAA - AA). The new BEST OF THE MONTH video clip includes... (more)
Did you know that the MWSL teams were compensated for bad weather with Rhythm coaching?
posted: Jun 4th, 2015 Last weekend's overall leaderboard is complete. Unfortunately, the weather cooperated only in France and in the Northern Plains, where a total of 22 teams completed all scheduled rounds. The French 4-way teams had eight rounds on the Coupe de France agenda, while the US teams of the Northern Plains Skydiving League completed six rounds.
The Czech 4-way teams are still waiting for their successful 2015 outdoor season opener after their second rainy Saturday. One team decided to stay for Sunday action. Zoonte was fortunate and had enough good weather to complete the six meet rounds. Once again,... (more)
Did you know that juniors will have their own leaderboard and medals at the first Indoor World Meet?
posted: Jun 3rd, 2015 Two recent Sun Path Products NSL News updates brought a new generation of 4-way competitors to the attention of the audience.
The story on May 19th covered the Aerokart Ak'demie project in France, and the story on May 21st introduced the Chuteless Devils from Canada.
The same stories mentioned that kids and teenagers have been a part of indoor 4-way Formation Skydiving competition for several years.
They have always been welcome by the hosts and caught special attention by other participants and by the media.
FAI's International Parachuting Commission (IPC) has now taken action on this... (more)
Did you know that the same five Indoor Cloud League teams had this year's closest finish in May?
posted: Jun 2nd, 2015 The Indoor Cloud League competition for the month of May is over, even though a few videos and scores might still be submitted in the coming days. The sequences for the month of June bring the Random Formation K (Hook) to the special attention of ICL participants.
The total number of scoring points for May are the closest ones this year so far between the five ICL groups who have submitted videos for all six categories every month.
Hurricane Factory (1st) and iFLY Dallas (5th) were separated by 76 points in January. The difference was down to 38 points between iFLY Orlando (1st) and iFLY... (more)
Did you know that Monaco Vitalsea completed the team's 47th meet last weekend in France?
posted: Jun 1st, 2015 The French teams launched their 2015 outdoor competition season last weekend with their first Coupe de France competition in Bouloc. The competition draw was synchronized with the NSL Network, and the French teams applied the AAA and AA categories.
Some of the 4-way teams (Monaco Vitalsea, Invidia, Need4fly) had attended their first meet this year at the Aerokart Challenge 2015 and now posted their first outdoor scores.
The French national teams usually don't compete at the Coupe de France events, however, the members sometimes join other teams to help out as player coaches or just to fill... (more)
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