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Did you know that HF Junior Cubs completed 28 meet rounds in April?
posted: Apr 30th, 2018 A total of 25 teams posted their scores for the ten rounds of the World Tunnel League's April competition. Once again, the first six sequences fit into 12+ flying chambers, and seven teams were done after Round 6. HF Flying Circus and HF Bad Boys took the first two places for the Czech Republic, and the Skydive University team from Slovakia have established themselves behind the best Czech teams on the AAA Class leaderboard and ahead of the U.S. teams so far. All four leaderboards required adjustments due to the different number of rounds, even though the rankings did not change in the Rookie... (more)
Did you know that two more teams added scores to February's World Tunnel League leaderboard?
posted: Mar 5th, 2018 Two more teams from Northern California entered their scores for the February competition of the World Tunnel League. The DeLoreans changed the AAA Class leaderboard, while ErrSpeed added numbers to the AA Class scramble. The original leaderboard is showing all scores that were posted in February with the respective meet averages. The five Czech AAA Class teams were alone on the leaderboard until DeLoreans interfered slightly. The three Czech top teams (HF Bad Boys, HF Chicks, HF Flying Circus) were out of reach for DeLoreans, while the Skydive University team from Slovakia could become a... (more)
Did you know that the World Tunnel League November leaderboard is growing?
posted: Nov 29th, 2017 The World Tunnel League is showing more international colors. Teams from four different countries posted scores on the November leaderboard. The Czech teams launched the November competition, with guests from Slovakia (Skydive University) and Hungary (Aladeen), and U.S. teams from Northern California have now added the scores of their 6-round meets. Nothing changed on the AAA Class leaderboard, where the Bad Boys maintained their top spot. Three of the Czech teams (HF Bad Boys - HF Chicks - HF Cubs) had also competed at the FAI Indoor World Meet 2017 in October, and the two female lineups... (more)
Did you know that three more teams added scores to the October leaderboard of the World Tunnel League?
posted: Oct 31st, 2017 The NSL News reported the October scores of the World Tunnel League October meets on 23 October 2017. Six teams from Florida and four from Northern California shared the preliminary leaderboard for this month by then. Northern California was not done though, as only the teams from iFLY SF Bay had completed their six October sequences, and NCSL Director Lori Connor had scheduled a WTL meet at iFLY Sacramento, as well. This event took place last Thursday night, and three additional teams came out to post their scores for the six October sequences in the 12+ flying chambers. Two of the teams... (more)
Did you know that the October leaderboard of the World Tunnel League features teams from Florida and Northern California?
posted: Oct 23rd, 2017 Other indoor events continued to take place while the best 4-way national teams in the world were getting ready for and then competed at the FAI Indoor World Meet 2017. Florida and Northern California held their respective World Tunnel League October meets earlier this month, and the Florida scores of the iFLY Tampa event were posted on 16 October 2017. Northern California followed up a few days later at iFLY SF Bay with the same competition draw and new scores. The ten monthly sequences are a mixture of the 12+ and the 14+ dive pool, which allows all teams and competitors at wind tunnels... (more)
Did you know that Northern California teams posted the first World Tunnel League September scores?
posted: Sep 16th, 2017 The Northern California Skydiving League held two simultaneous World Tunnel League Meets last Wednesday September 13th at both of its host tunnels - iFLY SF Bay and iFLY Sacramento. A total of four teams competed, two at SF Bay and two at iFLY Sacramento. The same four teams train and compete regularly together, with two of them heading to the USPA Nationals later this month. Most of the teams at the NCSL Tunnel Kickers are pick-up teams for each of the particular events, organized after individual registrations, while the World Tunnel League meets are an exciting new event for the trained teams,... (more)
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