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Did you know that Amanda Lampton is the new Dallas 350 member?
posted: Mar 4th, 2016 Yesterday's Indoor Cloud League update mentioned briefly that iFLY Dallas organizer Amanda Lampton has joined Dallas 350 for the 2016 season. Dallas 350's Outside Center in 2015, Jim Rees, had committed only for one year and did not continue. The three returning 350 members (Scott Latinis, Scott Levy, Lucas King) have known Amanda Lampton for years, as they have been training and competing at the same places in Texas, Skydive Dallas and iFLY Dallas. They have also worked together ever since iFLY Dallas joined the Indoor Cloud League. Last year, they were encountering each other in an opposing... (more)

Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League had record participation in February?
posted: Mar 3rd, 2016 The February competition of the Indoor Cloud League generated new record participation. The leaderboard features scores and videos from ten different teams for the first time. The Indoor Cloud League began with a regular duel between iFLY Orlando and iFLY Seattle in July 2012. It was a tight battle over five months, and iFLY Orlando eventually won 3 - 2 after the December competition. Four years later, iFLY Seattle and iFLY Orlando have plenty of competition, including international indoor teams (Czech Republic, Netherlands, Canada), and the Indoor Cloud League still keeps growing. iFLY Seattle... (more)

Did you know that SDC Rhythm XP and Perris Fury competed together at Paraclete XP in 2008?
posted: Mar 2nd, 2016 It's show time at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship 2016 this Saturday morning, which is also the start of the annual 4-way Spring Tour for SDC Rhythm XP and the new 2016 lineup. Rhythm will not meet Arizona Airspeed in Raeford this year, as the U.S. national 4-way team focuses on outdoor training and competition at the beginning of the Mondial 2016 season. Both teams will face each other two weeks later at the Shamrock Showdown 2016. It's the first time that SDC Rhythm XP does not meet Airspeed at the first meet of the year in the U.S.A. Rhythm started with three 4th places in 2009... (more)

Did you know that iFLY Houston added four points to break the 100 for the Indoor Cloud League February competition?
posted: Mar 1st, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on February 16th that the new Indoor Cloud League team from iFLY Houston followed up on the test event in January with a full set of six scores and videos for the February competition. It was a small group of Texas ICL competitors who posted the total of 98 points under the guidance of Spaceland Lite member Katrina Shows. The word spread quickly in the Houston area that the team had a good time, and Katrina Shows had a significantly larger group for iFLY Houston's second ICL event in February. Seven different lineups tried to improve the previous... (more)

Did you know that Thunder ISR will probably aim at the 4th place at the World Challenge 2016?
posted: Feb 29th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News introduced the pre-registered field of AAA Class teams for the World Challenge 2016 on February 12th. The number of teams has grown significantly in the meantime, and it is time for an update, beginning with the AAA Class. NMP PCH Hayabusa, Belgium's reigning indoor and outdoor world champions, are now on top of the SKYLEAGUE.COM power rankings, which are still according to all results in 2015. Hayabusa has not missed a World Challenge since the first event in 2006, and David and Andy Grauwels will compete in Bedford for the 11th time. Point Dennis Praet... (more)

Did you know that Satori XL competes with Qatar Tigers and Black Cat at the Shamrock Showdown 2016?
posted: Feb 28th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on July 3rd, 2015, that Satori's comeback has become reality. The story explained that the British national 4-way team of many years was on hibernation after the UK Nationals 2013 where the lineup with Julia Foxwell, Aaron Faith, Ian Hodgkinson and John McIver (Dave Head on camera) won with a 20.5 average. The comeback with a new lineup became reality with 24 training jumps in July last year. Julia Swallow, Ian Hodgkinson and John McIver could welcome Pete Allum as the 4th Satori member, the team name changed to Satori XL, and the new lineup won the UK... (more)

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