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Did You Know...

... that the HF Cubs were back for the Hurricane Factory in August?

Awards at the Czech Outdoor Nationals 2019
posted Sep 9th, 2019 - The outdoor summer season had its impact on the Czech Indoor Cloud League events at the Hurricane Factory, as well. Paraclete XP had missed a whole month in June, which increased the lead of the Czech teams significantly. The indoor activities were slower in the Czech Republic too, and Jan Klapka even missed a score for one of the Rookie Class categories last month.

The NSL News reported Paraclete XP's strong comeback in July, and especially in August, on September 1st, and Paraclete XP actually reduced the distance to the Hurricane Factory by 43 points. The highscore for the month of August was also enough to take back the 2nd place on the 2019 leaderboard.

In the Czech Republic, only one of the six teams on the Czech August leaderboard was also active with outdoor competition at the same time. The other five teams were 4-way juniors and the HF Cubs who cannot jump from planes with all of the team members yet.

Only the M Team attended indoor and outdoor events both. They competed at the national outdoor championship at the end of August in Most and posted the 26 points for the A Class sequence on the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard. Even HF Flying Circus missed the first month of highscores for the Hurricane Factory this year.

Hurricane Factory - AugustAAAAAARRRRRRTotal
Teams J,14,N,3 F,14,11 E,Q,9 Q,J,N M,E,Q M,FTotal
HF Cubs2522----47
M Team141326---26
HF Dragonflies-1423----
HF Flying Rebels-1325----
HF Junior Red----131528
HF Junior Green----812-

Hurricane Factory's Best of August252226-1315101

Back in AAA Class action: HF Cubs
ICL organizer Jan Klapka had an adequate replacement for the two Open Class sequences (AAA - AA) in August. The HF Cubs were back after a summer break, and they posted two impressive scores and videos.

The 25-pointer for the AAA Class sequence was only one point behind the world-class lineup that scored for Paraclete XP last month, and the difference after penalties was the same for the AA Class sequence. The NSL News reported earlier that the reigning FAI 4-way Junior world champions from the Czech Republic had started to train the whole IPC dive pool at the end of last year.

They had stepped back down to AA Class competition to attend the FAI Indoor World Meet 2019, where they won the gold medals, and are now back to the whole dive pool in training and competition. The AAA Class of the Indoor Cloud League always has a 6-point sequence with a slot-switching block, while the 5-point AA Class sequence without slot-switchers could be drawn for both categories.

Two of the four junior teams (HF Dragonflies, HF Flying Rebels) are not eligible for Rookie Class sequences any longer and competed with M Team for the A Class highscore. The other two Rookie Class teams took on the remaining three sequences. Jan Klapka said that the Red and Green teams are not set with their lineups yet.

Indoor Cloud League 2019JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecTotal
Flying Chamber: 14+ Feet
1Hurricane FactoryCZ144142140108118134114101----1001
2Paraclete XPUS10013113211098-111144----826
3iFLY SeattleUS1159111882858293107----773
4iFLY TampaUS91106112779210210682----768
5iFLY DallasUS6776102881059989-----626
6iFLY AtlantaUS-4041---------82
7iFLY JacksonvilleUS-------------

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