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Did you know that iFLY Tampa is only 21 ICL points behind iFly Seattle (1167 - 1147)?
posted: Dec 4th, 2018 The Indoor Cloud League competition is not only coming to an exciting finish between Hurricane Factory and Paraclete XP on the 14+ leaderboard, as the NSL News pointed out yesterday. The competition between the Florida Skydiving League at iFLY Tampa and the Northwest Skydiving League at iFLY Seattle is almost just as close going into the last month of the 2018 season. The battle for the 3rd place between these two ICL teams has been even more eventful than the race for the 1st place, as the 2018 leaderboard is showing. The Florida team was far behind after a slow start in January and reduced... (more)
Did you know that it's still a 6-point difference between Hurricane Factory and Paraclete XP?
posted: Dec 3rd, 2018 The Indoor Cloud League update on November 5th presented an exciting situation after the conclusion of the October competition. The Czech teams at the Hurricane Factory had come out of their summer hole and won the second consecutive month over the Paraclete XP team. The difference for the year was down to six points, while Paraclete XP still had the lead. The difference between the two Indoor Cloud League powerhouses is still at six points at the end of November (1316 - 1310). However, the Hurricane Factory won the November competition by 12 points, and the 6-point advantage is now on the Czech... (more)
Did you know that Paraclete XP (1183) and Hurricane Factory (1177) are separated by six points?
posted: Nov 5th, 2018 The Indoor Cloud League competition on the 14+ leaderboard is turning once again into a tight battle between Paraclete XP and Hurricane Factory. The Czech team won the October competition and has reduced the difference to six points (1177 - 1183) after ten months. HF Flying Circus claimed both Open Class highscores for the AAA and AA sequences, and two of the three junior teams (HF Rebels, HF Dragonflies) won the RR and R categories. The Paraclete team posted the highscore for the RRR sequence and tied the Czech score in the A Class. The situation was the opposite last year at the same point... (more)
Did you know that the Hurricane Factory outscored Paraclete XP by one point in September?
posted: Oct 3rd, 2018 The most relevant event in the sport, the FAI World Meet 2018, is just around the corner, and the NSL News will soon be posted directly from Gold Coast in Australia. The competition draw is scheduled for Saturday evening and Round 1 for Sunday morning. Other events have taken and are taking place, while the best skydiving teams in the world compete for medals, honors and their countries at the world championships. The Indoor Cloud League leaderboards for the month of September are taking shape a few days into the new month, and the two leading teams on the 14+ leaderboard, Paraclete XP and Hurricane... (more)
Did you know that Paraclete XP is back in full Indoor Cloud League strength?
posted: Sep 2nd, 2018 The slower summer months for Paraclete XP's Indoor Cloud League team seem to be history, and the August scores indicate that the top of the leaderboard is still the goal for the 2018 season. In fact, Paraclete XP is probably the new leader after all August scores will be posted. The Czech team at the Hurricane Factory is facing a similar summer problem and finished the month of August with only 76 points. The difference of 57 points would be enough for Paraclete XP to take back the lead. Paraclete XP was ahead of the Hurricane Factory until March before the Czech teams picked up the pace... (more)
Did you know that iFLY Seattle won the Indoor Cloud League July competition?
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... (more)
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