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Did You Know...

... that iFLY Seattle won the Indoor Cloud League July competition?

1st Place: iFLY Seattle team in July
posted Aug 8th, 2018 - The outdoor season is in full swing in most countries, and several national championships have taken place in the middle of the summer. Naturally, the summer months are slower for the Indoor Cloud League events, although most 4-way teams continue with indoor training throughout the whole year.

The two top teams on the 14+ leaderboard, Hurricane Factory and Paraclete XP, were not even able to generate scores for all six July sequences as they were still missing several of their ICL regulars. Result of this situation was the first time this year that another team finished in 1st place on the July leaderboard.

iFLY Seattle had already taken the 2nd place in June when Paraclete XP had a slow month with lower scores and iFLY Tampa missed a score for the R Class sequence.

Deb Correia's and Seattle Swift's ICL team at iFLY Seattle followed up with the highest total of the year in July and won the month easily.

Indoor Cloud League 2018
AAA AA A RRR RR R Total
Rank July 14+ O,19,K,17 C,21,19 H,J,8 O,K,P M,H,J M,C Total
1 iFLY Seattle  US  21 -1 20 -2 19    33 -1 17    14    124
2 iFLY Tampa  US  20    20    17    19 -1 17    13    106
3 Paraclete XP  US  -    17    19    19    19 -1 19    93
4 Hurricane Factory  CZ  23    19    18    -    -    -    60
Paraclete XP's ICL team in July
Hurricane Factory and Paraclete XP had two different situations with their missing scores.

The Czech ICL team had HF Flying Circus, the new Czech 4-way outdoor champion, to collect ICL points for the two Open Class sequences (AAA/AA), and they did exactly that with the 23-pointer highscore in AAA and additional 19 points in the AA Class. Ladies & Gentlemen, new Czech A Class outdoor champion, scored 18 points for the A Class sequence.

However, the Czech Junior teams, who have become such a reliable force for the Hurricane Factory's ICL account, were on summer vacation and did not spend time in the wind tunnel. Result was the missing scores for the Rookie Class sequences.

Paraclete XP was on the other side, with strong performances in the three Rookie Class categories, while the top performers (Golden Knights, Phoenix XP) are in the middle of their outdoor training to get ready for the upcoming world championships in Australia. All U.S. teams are usually medal contenders at the world meets and focus on outdoor competition at this time of the year. Paraclete XP's ICL team still missed only the AAA Class score and closed in on the Hurricane Factory with three missing scores.

Indoor Cloud League 2018JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecTotal
Flying Chamber: 14+ Feet
1Hurricane FactoryCZ12812013914414312460-----858
2Paraclete XPUS1281251481261169093-----826
3iFLY SeattleUS11489115111104113124-----770
4iFLY TampaUS8310712111110895106-----731
5iFLY DallasUS988244886489------465
6FlyboxIL7872----------150
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