... that the Indoor Cloud League continues to grow?
Pyro4ic with player coach Brian Johnson
posted Aug 3rd, 2013 -
The Indoor Cloud League competition for the month of July is over, and the Florida Skydiving League group took the first place once again at iFLY Orlando.
It was a very close game though between the Northwest Skydiving League group at iFLY Seattle and Florida in July, and the total score (131 - 112) does not reflect how close it actually was. The Northwest group won four of the five categories where scores and videos were provided for. Florida's lineup in the Rookie AAA Class, with three Pyro4ic members and player coach Brian Johnson, made up for the losses.
NWSL team Sinner G delivered the heaviest blow to Florida in the A Class and won this category by eight points with the outstanding 27-pointer. The Northwest was up by 14 points before Pyro4ic won 11 points in their category and reduced the iFLY Seattle lead to three points.
The Northwest needed a 20-pointer in the Rookie A Class to win the competition for the month of July but did not get a score and a video in time. Only Florida and the New England group at SkyVenture New Hampshire completed all six sequences, which turned out to be the winning factor for Florida in July.
New England organizer Brian Touhey is steadily increasing the scores of his group month by month. He joined the Indoor Cloud League with a total of 65 points in March this year and posted 86 points in July, which is his group's highest total so far.
Jan Klapka is also picking up the pace at the Sports Arena in the Czech Republic. He joined the Indoor Cloud League in June this year with scores and videos in two of the six categories. His teams at the Skydive Arena in Prague now had four scores for the month of July.
FSL - Rookie AAA
NWSL - AA
Scoring for the Czech Republic at the Sports Arena: Sky Vengeance
However, the NCSL activities and preparations begin this year with several skills camps and Indoor Cloud League events at iFLY SF Bay. The ICL leaderboard for the month of August includes the new 4way community in Northern California, and the first scores will hopefully be posted very soon.
Florida has won five of the seven monthly ICL events, and the two groups from iFLY Orlando and iFLY Seattle have taken the two top spots every month so far, with Florida posting the highest total score in the league history last month. The Indoor Cloud League is open for more and new challengers...