Did you know that five Indoor Cloud League lineups shared the highscores for the April sequences?
posted: May 28th, 2014 The Northern California Skydiving League group at iFLY SF Bay was the last one to submit videos and scores for the Indoor Cloud League April sequences, and they were posted when the draw for May was already available.
NCSL Director Lori Connor had her group perform the sequences at the end of April, which is the most important requirement to get them onto the ICL leaderboard, even if they are submitted later.
The NCSL group also added a new highscore for one of the six sequences. Don Burnette, Baat Enosh, Deanna and Julius Frank outscored... (more)
Did you know that the Florida Skydiving League is gaining momentum with iFLY Tunnel Kickers and Indoor Cloud League events?
posted: May 22nd, 2014 The May meet of the Florida Skydiving League was not only a Rookie Class competition between DeLand 3D and DeLand Aurai, which the Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 18 May 2014.
In fact, there were FSL teams in each of the four traditional categories who represented the oldest league in NSL 4way history on last weekend's overall leaderboard, including the 1st place in the Rookie Class.
It has been a very long time since more than nine teams competed for the Florida... (more)
Did you know that DeLand 3D and DeLand Aurai competed for the first time?
posted: May 18th, 2014 The teams of the Florida Skydiving League were much luckier with the weather this weekend, while it was the other way around in the Czech Republic. The meet in Pribram was canceled due to bad weather, and the Czech teams will have to wait until mid June for the next outdoor competition.
In the meantime, the Skydive Arena has taken back the Indoor Cloud League top spot for May. Jan Klapka replaced the unfortunate 16-pointer of his Bad Boys with a 20-pointer that the HF Chicks scored earlier for the AA Class sequence. The additional four points... (more)
Did you know that Florida added 24 Indoor Cloud League points to the iFLY Orlando April account?
posted: May 1st, 2014 The active part of the Indoor Cloud League April competition is over, while the aftermath with processing the videos and judging is still in the works for some of the groups. The leaderboard will still grow in the following days.
The Florida Skydiving League group gathered at the beginning of the week for the second time in April at iFLY Orlando and tried to improve the earlier scores that were posted after the April 10 meeting.
It was a very successful effort, as Florida added 24 points to the total for April. The lineups in four of the... (more)
Did you know that the Florida teams competed only on creepers last weekend?
posted: Apr 21st, 2014 The outdoor season opener of the Florida Skydiving League had to be postponed for a month. The weather at Skydive City and Skydive DeLand was equally unsupportive, and the first meet of the regular FSL season will hopefully take place with better weather in May.
Five teams were ready to post their first 2014 scores at Skydive City, while additional teams planned to compete in DeLand. The 5-team field in Zephyrhills included many of the Tunnel Kicker participants who have been posting scores for Florida's Indoor Cloud League account at iFLY... (more)
Did you know that it is great to have the opportunity to learn from those we have taught in the past?
posted: Apr 2nd, 2014 Two more groups have provided their final scores for the March sequences of the Indoor Cloud League, iFLY SF Bay and iFLY Seattle. This brings the participation to the same record level of February 2014, even though SkyVenture Montreal scored only in two categories and SkyVenture New Hampshire did not have any scores for March.
The reason for the same great outcome is the entry of a new group at iFLY Dallas into the young league project with scores for all six categories. The scores and videos of Deb Correia's Northwest Skydiving League group... (more)