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Did You Know...

... that Paraclete XP came back with delayed Indoor Cloud League vengeance?

Paraclete XP's Indoor Cloud League team in August
posted Sep 1st, 2019 - Paraclete XP's Indoor Cloud League team had a strong comeback in July after missing the June competition, as the NSL News reported on July 29th. However, the July scores and videos were still nothing compared to the August performance.

The August team came back with vengeance, with energy maybe delayed by a month. Five different lineups posted one of the highest totals in the history of the Indoor Cloud League with 144 points. A few higher totals were only posted before the ICL Rules were changed to cupping the scores for R and RR sequences at 25 points.

Paraclete XP's highest total for a month after the change is standing at 149 points, posted in December 2018. The 144 points for August is the highest total for the 2019 season. The Hurricane Factory and other Indoor Cloud League teams will follow up with their scores and videos in the coming days.

The August scoring numbers were generated in the middle of the final preparations of Skydive Paraclete XP for the USPA Nationals 2019 where many of the coaches and participants will compete, some even for medals in all Formation Skydiving categories.

Paraclete XP - AugustAAAAAARRRRRRTotal
TeamsJ,14,N,3 F,14,11 E,Q,9 Q,J,N M,E,Q M,FTotal
Kirk Verner, Brian Krause, Jeana Billings, Morgan Womble2623(-2)----49
Chris Webb, Heather Pinksy, Dom Perry, Brian Krause--30---30
Randy Garman, Dan Winklestein, Eric Harper, Jeana Billings---27--27
Lyle Dodd, Christina Sloane, Chuck Beasley, Jeana Billings----13-13
Kirk Verner, Morgan Womble, Josh Arevalo, Adam Plummer-----3025

Paraclete XP's Best of August262330271325144

Paraclete XP's ICL coaches in August: Jeana Billings - Kirk Verner - Morgan Womble - Brian Krause - Michelle Karamon
In fact, three of the competitors in the AAA/AA lineup (Jeana Billings, Kirk Verner, Brian Krause) are Paraclete XP's reigning 8-way indoor world champions and will try to defend the USPA outdoor title this month. They have to defeat the Golden Knights this time, even though a new hurricane is approaching the U.S. east coast.

The U.S. Army team left the USPA Nationals at Chicagoland Skydiving Center last year before they could perform a competition round due to a hurricane threat to their headquarters in North Carolina. Hurricane Dorian will have left the Carolinas before the Formation Skydiving competition of the USPA Nationals begins.

Paraclete XP's ICL organizer Morgan Womble completed the AAA/AA lineup that posted impressive numbers for the two Open Class sequences and guided all other lineups through the other four as player-coaches. She was a member of the U.S. national team in 4-way Women, Phoenix XP, last year. She is helping TSC Cadence this year in the transition from AA Class competition to the whole FAI/IPC dive pool. TSC Cadence won USPA gold medals in the Intermediate Class last year.

In the meantime, her integral ICL partner at Paraclete XP, Jessica Haugaard, has moved to the Midwest. Morgan Womble is hoping that she will create some good ICL competition at her new location...

All six Paraclete XP's August sequences and a bonus round with Michelle Karamon, Jeana Billings, Morgan Womble, Brian Krause...
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