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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)
Did you know that May was a special month for the Indoor Cloud League?
posted: Jun 12th, 2019 The Indoor Cloud League team of the Northern California Skydiving League completed the May leaderboard with six more scores and videos from iFLY SF Bay. Cali4nia Raptors and Cali4nia Kids performed the AAA and AA sequences for the ICL leaderboard at the World Tunnel League meet, where several other NCTL participants completed all ten May rounds, as well. The Indoor Cloud League event at iFLY SF Bay attracted the additional majority of Rookie Class competitors, who enjoyed the support of the experienced player-coaches in the Rookie Class lineups. The teams from Northern California did not... (more)
Did you know that The Czech 4-way junior world champions won the ICL AA Class in April?
posted: May 16th, 2019 The iFLY SF Bay team and iFLY Dallas finally completed the Indoor Cloud League competition for the month of April. The two ICL teams are posting their scores on the two different leaderboards. The iFLY SF Bay team uses the six sequences for the 12+ flying chambers, while iFLY Dallas' larger flying chamber offers enough space for the 14+ sequences. It was a new coincidence that both teams posted the same total for the six sequences. The three Rookie Class sequences (RRR - RR - R) were once again identical, while the three technical sequences (AAA - AA - A) were significantly slower for the teams... (more)
Did you know that all Indoor Cloud League teams performed the same sequences in February?
posted: Mar 12th, 2019 February was a special month for the Indoor Cloud League. It was the first time that the six monthly sequences included the two new blocks (1, 13) after they got their final and official approval during the annual IPC plenary meeting in January. Both blocks have been added to the Indoor Cloud League dive pool for all wind tunnels, including the 12-foot flying. The February sequences for AAA and AA teams included both new blocks. The slot-switching sequence for the AAA Class teams had Block 1 (Molar - Molar) after the opening Donut, and Block 16 created the memory for the front piece at the... (more)
Did you know that ICL teams in Northern California needed the tie-breaking procedure in November?
posted: Dec 11th, 2018 The November competition of the Indoor Cloud League was completed with the latest scores for the month coming from Northern California. The iFLY Sacramento team had very impressive participation with eight different lineups and new ICL competitors, while the iFLY SF Bay team brought high-profile players into the game last month. Arizona FM member Ian Pedowitz was back on the U.S. west coast after a busy November visit in Florida where his team won the NSL Indoor Championship 2018 and the World Tunnel League November competition. He was also in the SCZ ZEUS lineup who won the NSL Outdoor Championship. Ian... (more)
Did you know that the combined Indoor Cloud League October leaderboard includes all three chamber sizes?
posted: Nov 7th, 2018 The Indoor Cloud League October competition on the 12+ leaderboard featured the monthly showdown between the two teams in Northern California (iFLY Sacramento - iFLY SF Bay) and iFLY Orlando on the east coast in Florida. The Florida team managed to split the west coast duo this time, which had not happened since April this year when all three teams were separated by only two points. iFLY Sacramento and iFLY SF Bay both have won three months ever since and taken the second places, as well. iFLY Sacramento has won the last two months and begun to pull away on the 2018 leaderboard. It is a 77-point... (more)
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