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Did you know that iFLY Orlando added 11 points to the Indoor Cloud League total?
posted: Nov 14th, 2014 The November competition for the top spot of the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard continues while two of the Czech teams (Bad Boys, HF Chicks) compete at the FAI World Cup of Indoor Skydiving 2014 in Austin, Texas. The Bad Boys are in 1st place of eight teams in the Open Class competition after four rounds with a 19.0 average. Aerokart Deep Blue, 4-way Women's world champions of 2010, are scoring significantly higher (22.0) but have their own FAI leaderboatd with two teams. In the meantime, the Florida ICL group met again at iFLY Orlando... (more)

Did you know that James Hall was the big winner at iFLY Orlando's Indoor Cloud League night?
posted: Nov 8th, 2014 The Florida Skydiving League teams and competitors came together at iFLY Orlando the same day when the teams in the Czech Republic launched their indoor winter season. It was a much larger group at the Hurricane Factory last Thursday with 14 teams, while the Florida group generated five lineups at iFLY Orlando. However, the tasks were different ones, as the Czech teams completed a whole 10-round draw when the Florida lineups worked on the November sequences of the Indoor Cloud League. Two new participants (Paul Neely, Brandon Sbordone)... (more)

Did you know that two Dallas 350 gold medalists posted Indoor Cloud League scores for iFLY Dallas this month?
posted: Oct 28th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News covered the AAA/Advanced Class competition at the USPA Nationals 2014 with the story on 14 October 2014. Teams from Texas won the gold medals (Dallas 350) and the bronze medals (Dallas Khaos Black), and the Misfits placed 2nd after a great 10-round battle with the winner. Several members of the Texas teams are also involved with the Indoor Skydiving League activities at iFLY Dallas. In fact, Dallas Khaos member... (more)

Did you know that Florida teams challenged each other last weekend at Skydive City?
posted: Oct 23rd, 2014 The Florida Skydiving League concluded the 2014 season together with the Northern California Skydiving League last weekend, and two of the three competition classes had teams from both leagues mixed up. Florida was busy in the AA Class, while Northern California had the strongest showing in the Rookie Class. Safeish (AA) and Counterpoint FX (A) both posted their highest meet averages of the 2014 season in California, as well as ZHills TranZend did in Florida. Teiwaz and DeLand 3D finished on the top of their leaderboards without scoring higher compared to previous meets this year. Both winners... (more)

Did you know that FSL teams shook up last weekend's Rookie Class leaderboard?
posted: Sep 23rd, 2014 The 2014 outdoor competition season is slowly coming to an end. Russia is the last country holding the national championships this week, while only the Northern California Skydiving League and the Florida Skydiving League have one more competition scheduled, their playoffs, before this year's NSL Championship in November. The 5th Dubai Cup will be last major event of the year. The Sun Path Products NSL News will soon have the opportunity to catch up with the aftermath of other major events of the 2014 season. However, winter will not be an end for the indoor events. The Czech Republic will hold... (more)

Did you know that Florida teams had an indoor/outdoor double header last week?
posted: Aug 20th, 2014 4-way teams and competitors in Florida had their latest indoor/outdoor double header experience once again last week. The Indoor Cloud League group had their first turn on Thursday evening at iFLY Orlando, and the Florida Skydiving League followed up with the August meet on Saturday. The indoor group had a very successful evening by improving the total score for August from 83 to 105 points. A different AAA and AA Class lineup added 10 points in those two categories, and a new A Class lineup turned the 16-pointer to a 17 in the A Class. Rookie... (more)


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