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... that Paraclete XP and ICL Midwest are the most successful 4-way recruiting projects?

ICL Midwest team in April
posted May 5th, 2021 - Lauren Byrd and her Skydive Midwest NEXT team mates organized their latest Indoor Cloud League event successfully at iFLY Rosemont. Lauren Byrd said that the four NEXT player-coaches welcomed a total of 15 participants this time.

Four lineups, with seven of the 15 participants, generated the six highscores for the ICL Midwest team. The two Rookie Class lineups with the highscores for the RR and R sequences included two new 4-way competitors, and both teams scored above the 25-point limit with all four NEXT members as the player-coaches in the two different lineups.

The complete Skydive Midwest NEXT lineup posted once again the scores for the two Open Class sequences (AAA/AA), which were significantly slower than the ones in March. Block 9 in both March sequences allowed the AAA/AA teams to score higher than in April.

However, NEXT were not too far behind their own scores last month and defended the top position in the Open Class competition once again successfully, this time by a total of three points over the Paraclete XP lineup.


Indoor Cloud League April 2021 - ICL MidwestAAAAAARRRRRRTotal
TeamsP,13,J,16 E,13,21 C,A,7 C,A,E M,P,J M,ATotal
SDMW NEXT2624----50
Nathan Handegan, Crystal Prom, Brennan Smith, Greg Oldendick--1926--45
Tyler Michie, Joe Werner, Lauren Byrd, Greg Oldendick----30-25
Russell Bayuk, Brad Strock, Megan George, Gorka Amian-----3125

ICL Midwest's Best of April262419262525145

Paraclete XP team in April
Kirk Verner was back in Michelle Karamon's XPG4 inside center slot that he had also filled in March. SDC Rhythm XP's Doug Barron had taken the same slot with the same three XPG4 members (Morgan Womble, Jeana Billings, Brenn Richards) in February.

Michelle Karamon lives in Arizona and visits Paraclete XP only for XPG4 training, which is not always taking place when Morgan Womble and Jeana Billings run their Indoor Cloud League events.

The Skydive Midwest NEXT lineup was complete at each ICL event this year, and they have won or tied each of the six different sequences. The whole ICL Midwest team missed the January competition and has now taken the 2021 lead despite the missing January scores.

Paraclete XP's and ICL Midwest's Indoor Cloud League events have been the most successful recruiting projects in Formation Skydiving competition. The ICL Midwest team already includes a total of 46 participants who posted their highscores in the six categories since joining the Indoor Cloud League in August 2020. Additional participants at the events are not even listed yet in the team roster. Paraclete XP is looking back at a total of at least 150 participants over the years.



ICL Midwest Indoor Cloud League Highscores in April
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