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News Article Did you know that Lori Connor hands over Northern California to Jessica Lee and Ethan DeLano?
posted: Apr 9th, 2020 The change of the year came along with a change in the leadership of the Northern California Skydiving League, which includes the Northern California Tunnel League and the iFLY SF Bay team of the Indoor Cloud League. Lori Connor has been running the indoor and outdoor events since 2013. She brought the Northern California Skydiving League back to life, as the NSL News had reported on 24 July 2013. Simultaneously she launched the iFLY SF Bay team for the Indoor Cloud League and has been posting ICL scores and videos since August 2013. She even added a second Indoor Cloud League team from iFLY... (more)
News Article Did you know that Tamara Bartlett picks up in Colorado what Keith Walter started long ago?
posted: Dec 30th, 2019 The NSL News reported on December 3rd that the Capital Region team had joined the Indoor Cloud League. Dee Caminiti and Gorka Amian were back in December with five lineups who posted their scores and videos even earlier than last month. Most of the November participants were back, and there were new names in the lineups, as well. The December team increased the total number of points from 86 in November to 108 for the last month of the Indoor Cloud League 2019 season. Former Golden Knights world champion and FAI Judge Eric Heinsheimer was back in action again for the Capital Region team,... (more)
News Article Did you know that two months are left to change the Indoor Cloud League 2019 leaderboards?
posted: Nov 18th, 2019 The October competition of the Indoor Cloud League was one of the closest in the history of the event. Five of the six teams on the 14+ leaderboard finished within 12 points, and only newcomer iFLY Jacksonville finished far behind in the team's second month of participation. However, the two submitted scores and videos from iFLY Jacksonville were actually competitive, and the new ICL team followed up with four submissions for the month of November, which have already been posted. Five different ICL teams posted the highest scores for the month of October, disregarding the three additional... (more)
News Article Did you know that Finland's AAA Class teams swept the World Tunnel League September leaderboard?
posted: Oct 20th, 2019 The interesting Indoor Cloud League duel between iFLY SF Bay and iFLY Orlando continued in September. The Northern California and Florida wind tunnels have the only 12-foot flying chambers, all other ICL teams are posting their scores on the 14+ leaderboard. They have been battling since Lori Connor launched her Indoor Cloud League team with monthly events in 2013, first on the same leaderboard and with the same sequences as the 14+ teams, then on the separate 12+ leaderboard when the dive pool for the 14+ chambers was extended. The iFLY Orlando team won the duel in the first three years... (more)
News Article Did you know that the July leaderboards of the Indoor Cloud League are complete?
posted: Aug 5th, 2019 The latest scores and videos from iFLY SF Bay, iFLY Dallas and iFLY Seattle completed the July competition of the Indoor Cloud League. The iFLY SF Bay team had the largest participation in July. Northern California Skydiving League and California Tunnel League director Lori Connor scheduled first an Indoor Cloud League event for the Rookie Class participants and then followed up with scores for the three technical sequences (AAA - AA - A) at the WTL event in July. It was a close call in the AAA Class, where Cali4nia Raptors and DeLoreans both scored 15 points within the 35 seconds of working... (more)
News Article Did you know that iFLY Dallas interfered with a Hurricane Factory sweep in June?
posted: Jul 17th, 2019 It happened again in June that the six sequences of the Indoor Cloud League were identical for all participating teams. The February draw was the first time this year that all ICL teams performed the same sequences in 12+ and 14+ flying chambers both. The combined February leaderboard featured a very colorful combination of highscores for the six sequences, with a total of eleven different lineups sharing them at four different locations. The situation in June was very different, and the Czech teams at the Hurricane Factory dominated the leaderboard. Paraclete XP's Indoor Cloud League team... (more)