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Did you know that future 4-way Women opponents posted Indoor Cloud League scores in January?
posted: Feb 13th, 2020 The Indoor Cloud League leaderboards for January are complete. It turned out to be almost a complete sweep by the Hurricane Factory. The Czech teams posted highscores for five of the six categories. Only iFLY Tampa's RRR Class lineup stole the January highscore with a 25-pointer, and iFLY Seattle tied the maximum score of 25 points for the RR Class sequence. It was a combination of the HF Cubs and three junior teams (HF Dragonflies, Rusalky, HF Invisible) who collected a total of 147 points together. Paraclete XP had two very strong teams (SDMW NEXT, XPG4) perform the two Open Class sequences... (more)
Did you know that Skydive Midwest NEXT and XPG4 both scored for Paraclete XP's ICL team in January?
posted: Feb 6th, 2020 January's 14+ leaderboard of the Indoor Cloud League is complete, and it features the first scores and videos of the 2020 season. The early submissions of the Czech ICL team at the Hurricane Factory were covered by the NSL News on January 20th, and nothing has changed on the top of the leaderboard. The HF Cubs and the Czech 4-way juniors held on to their five January highscores. Skydive Midwest NEXT were back with their new lineup for the 2020 season and posted the AAA Class score for the Paraclete XP team. NEXT had taken care of both Open Class sequences (AAA/AA) in December and left the AA... (more)
Did you know that the HF Cubs were back in full strength for the Indoor Cloud League?
posted: Jan 20th, 2020 January has once again been a very busy month for the Czech 4-way teams. The first month of the new year began with the 3rd meet of the Czech Tunnel League's winter season on January 8th. The NSL News reported on January 10th that the teams needed several alternates and substitutes for the event. Ten days later, the Hurricane Factory hosted the annual Czech Indoor Open Championship that none of the Czech AAA Class teams were missing. The HF Cubs were back in full strength and with the complete lineup, and result was the 26.5 average at the end of the 10-round meet. HF Flying Circus, who had... (more)
Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League 2019 team posted a 23.3 average in the AAA Class?
posted: Jan 20th, 2020 The AAA Class lineups of the Indoor Cloud League represent the highest level of the participating teams. Many of them are 4-way teams who train and compete at other events, as well. Other ICL teams, with Paraclete XP as the most prominent example, put their strongest participants and player-coaches together in different lineups at each event to take on the most challenging sequences. Fact is that the 4-way competitors on the ICL top level are facing month by month 6-point sequences with a slot-switching block for the AAA Class sequences. Over the course of the year, each of the six slot-switching... (more)
Did you know that the Hurricane Factory has won the Indoor Cloud League six consecutive years?
posted: Jan 14th, 2020 The 2019 season of the Indoor Cloud League is over, too. It was a new record year with three new wind tunnel teams, even though only two of them were still on the leaderboards at the end of the year. The results of the December competition could not change the total outcome for the past year any longer, however, it turned out to become a highly contested month anyway, as teams tied the highscores in three different categories (AAA - AA - RR). Hurricane Factory and Paraclete XP matched their highscores for both of the two Open Class sequences (AAA - AA). The new Skydive Midwest NEXT lineup... (more)
Did you know that the new Skydive Midwest NEXT lineup scored for Paraclete XP's Indoor Cloud League team?
posted: Jan 1st, 2020 Paraclete XP's Indoor Cloud League team concluded the 2019 season at the December event with the special award ceremony that organizers Jessica Haugaard and Morgan Womble introduced for their participants when they joined the Indoor Cloud League in 2017. Morgan Womble said that Matt Alarif was the Most Valuable Player (MVP) in 2019, and Cheryl Stewart received another award for the Most Improved Participant (MIP). Paraclete also had a few new assistant coaches, and Bubba Brunson and Eric Harper both received the Coaches Awards. She added that the December event also attracted several new... (more)
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