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Did you know that Seattle Swift is back on the January leaderboard of the Indoor Cloud League?
posted: Feb 13th, 2019 The Indoor Cloud League team of the Northwest Skydiving League had a great start into the 2019 season at iFLY Seattle. The total of 115 points brought the 2nd place behind the Czech teams at the Hurricane Factory, ahead of Paraclete XP and iFLY Tampa. The iFLY Seattle team finished with a higher total only once throughout the complete 2018 season. Last year's total still won the 3rd place by five points (1262 - 1257) over iFLY Tampa on the 14+ leaderboard. Seattle Swift member Djordje Mandaric is now captaining the 4-way team and the ICL team both, while Deb Correia still participates as a player... (more)
Did you know that Paraclete XP and Hurricane Factory have similar good problems?
posted: Feb 6th, 2019 The NSL News reported the first monthly scores of the Indoor Cloud League competition in 2019 with the update from the Hurricane Factory in the Czech Republic on February 2nd. It was a great start for the Czech 4-way teams, as they almost matched the December total (145) that finally wrapped up the 2-point advantage over the Paraclete XP team for the year (1461 - 1459) even though Paraclete had won the December competition (149). However, Jan Klapka mentioned earlier that he has a good problem, as his 4-way Junior teams are progressing so quickly through the first stages of 4-way competition... (more)
Did you know that the Czech 4-way juniors have a connection with NMP PCH HayaBusa?
posted: Feb 2nd, 2019 NMP PCH HayaBusa have set a new milestone in the history of 4-way competition and finished with a 35.4 average at the Wind Games. The NSL News will get back to this topic very soon. In the meantime, the 14+ leaderboard of the Indoor Cloud League begins to take shape for the month of January. The Hurricane Factory has submitted a new record number of team scores in their internal race for the six spots on the monthly leaderboard. 14 Czech teams tried to post the highest scoring numbers for their respective categories, and five teams made it onto the January leaderboard. Only one team won two... (more)
Did you know that the ICL battle between iFLY Seattle and iFLY Tampa had a dramatic finish?
posted: Jan 4th, 2019 The Indoor Cloud League competition between Hurricane Factory and Paraclete XP was a thriller throughout the whole 2018 season, which even came to its peak in December, as the NSL News reported on January 1st. Earlier ICL updates had also pointed out the battle for the 3rd place behind the two 4-way powerhouses, which has been featuring the two teams of the Florida and the Northwest Skydiving League for several years. In fact, the Indoor Cloud League began with a duel between Florida and Northwest in July 2012. The iFLY Seattle team won the first ICL competition (110 - 84) and the first year... (more)
Did you know that the Hurricane Factory saved a 2-point advantage over the ICL finish line?
posted: Jan 1st, 2019 The December competition of the Indoor Cloud League lived up to all expectations and brought the exciting finish that could only be hoped for. Paraclete XP won the last month of the year by four points over the Hurricane Factory and reduced the final difference and Czech 2018 winning margin from six to two points (1461 - 1459). It was the closest finish in the history of the Indoor Cloud League. It was a dramatic finish too. The Czech team had first submitted the video of a 24-pointer for the RR Class sequence that the HF Flying Rebels had scored. It turned out that the junior team was not... (more)
Did you know that High Five added two more points to the Czech Indoor Cloud League December total?
posted: Dec 29th, 2018 The Hurricane Factory was the first Indoor Cloud League team that posted December scores on the 14+ leaderboard, as the NSL News reported on December 25th. It was the same story that pointed out how heavily the Czech 4-way junior teams contribute to the ICL account. However, it was a 4-way senior team that eventually outscored the HF Flying Rebels for December's RRR Class sequence and added two extra points to the previous total of 143 points. High Five turned the highest Czech score in this category from 20 to 22 points for a December total of 145. Two points could be very important, as... (more)
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