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Did You Know...

... that the Virginia Parachute Council launched its 2016 outdoor season last weekend?

Doug Barron and Andrew Happick at a VPC meet in 2008
posted Apr 21st, 2016 - Scores from iFLY Virginia Beach have been on the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard since the beginning of the 2016 season.

It is one 4-way team that has been collecting ICL points each month this year, Suffolk Sabotage, and the 2016 total of 136 points for the first three months is enough to maintain the 8th place out of ten currently participating ICL teams.

Suffolk Sabotage is not mainly focused on indoor competition. In fact, the team members have been participating in events of the Virginia Parachute Council and attending USPA Nationals for many years before the iFLY Virginia Beach wind tunnel operation started. As in other areas where 4-way competition is popular, the Indoor Cloud League just adds another opportunity for teams to train and compete and to introduce 4-way competition to other skydivers and indoor flyers.

Indoor Cloud League 2016JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecTotal
1Hurricane Factory (CZ)138135144---------417
2iFLY SF Bay (US)109122139---------370
3iFLY Orlando (US)102105136---------343
4iFLY Dallas (US)12082126---------328
5iFLY Seattle (US)119100108---------327
6iFLY Houston (US)20102101---------223
7SkyVenture Montreal (CA)8887----------175
8iFLY Virginia Beach (US)583444---------136
9SkyVenture New Hampshire (US)7245----------117
10iFLY Portland (US)-5754---------111
Suffolk Sabotage in 2015
Skydive Sabotage has posted ICL scores for the first three months of the year and now attended the first 2016 outdoor meet of the Virginia Parachute Council last weekend.

It was supposed to be the first NSL meet weekend this year, as the Florida Skydiving League had scheduled an outdoor competition after the Shamrock Showdown 2016, as well. However, the whole Florida skydiving community was bothered by inclement weather last weekend, and no competition jumps were completed anywhere.

The three teams of the Virginia Parachute Council had last weekend's leaderboard for themselves, and Suffolk Sabotage had an internal regional battle with the host's home team at Skydive Orange.

April 16th, 2016
FS4
12345TotalAvg
RankAA ClassA,L,O,E6,2N,20,FP,K,B,GD,9,4TotalAvg
1Erin's Last Score at OrangeUSVPC1088129479.4
2Suffolk SabotageUSVPC98797408.0
RankRookieA,L,OE,J,MN,F,GP,K,BD,C,HTotalAvg
1BteemUSVPC1212061.2
Last meet for Erin Kruth at Skydive Orange
Erin's Last Score at Orange won the AA Class competition in Round 4, which had the fast sequence of random formations, after a tight competition in the other four rounds. Bteem is a Rookie Class team with a lineup of collegiates team from Virginia Tech University.

Erin's Last Score at Orange's team name honored Erin Kruth's farewell as the previous league director of the Virginia Parachute Council.

She had also placed 2nd in the AA Class with her team Nimbus at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2016 and is now moving to Texas. Her name will most likely soon appear again on a leaderboard at her new location.

Suffolk Sabotage came back with four team members of the 2015 lineup (Mallory McCormick, Christi Meyer, John Meyer, Kelsey Mizeur on camera), and Dennis Stenkamp was in the tail slot last weekend. The next VPC competition is scheduled for May 21st on Sabotage's home turf, Skydive Suffolk.

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