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Did you know that iFLY Orlando took back the 3rd place of the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard - for now?
posted: Feb 28th, 2016 The February competition of the Indoor Cloud League began with the first scores coming from iFLY SF Bay on February 7th. Former SDC Rhythm XP member Rob Radez had coached iFLY SF Bay's ICL team to a total of 122 points. iFLY Houston followed up with the first complete set of six scores and videos on February 16th, and Brian Touhey scored three times for SkyVenture New Hampshire. iFLY Orlando was the fourth team on the February leaderboard after the FSL Tunnel Kicker on February 18th. It was unusual for the Florida group to see so many other scores so early on the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard,... (more)

Did you know that the original Perris Fury lineup has a reunion at the Paraclete XP Indoor Championship?
posted: Feb 27th, 2016 The next and upcoming major event is the annual Paraclete XP Indoor Championship next weekend in Raeford. The 4-way event will feature mainly US teams, while the 8-way competition brings seven lineups from France and the Qatar Falcons to Raeford. Paraclete XP's 16-foot chamber accommodated the first 8-way indoor competitions in history years ago. Martial Ferre and Damien Sorlin, both former French 8-way world champions, have been bringing French 8-way teams to Paraclete year by year. Their lineups have recently included 8-way competitors from other countries, too. The 4-way competition features... (more)

Did you know that Arizona Airspeed is still undefeated at the Shamrock Showdown?
posted: Feb 25th, 2016 The duel between Arizona Airspeed and NMP PCH Hayabusa for the world's top spot in 4-way competition has a long history, and it has taken place at locations all over the planet. The Belgian team came from far behind when Airspeed's earlier lineups had established the dynasty's top position many years ago. Hayabusa has eventually taken away all titles that Airspeed used to own. It began with the Belgian domination at indoor events and was completed when Hayabusa won the gold medals at the FAI World Championship of Formation Skydiving in Prostejov 2014. However, there is still one major event... (more)

Did you know that the Czech teams had another busy indoor month?
posted: Feb 24th, 2016 The scores of the Czech 10-round February competition at the Hurricane Factory are still on the front page, while the Czech teams have moved ahead and once again taken the lead on the February leaderboard of the Indoor Cloud League. Nine of the ten teams who attended the 10-round meet also took on the February sequences. Five of these nine teams combined for the Czech total of 135 points. The Bad Boys were the only team who posted the highscores in two categories (AAA - AA), despite strong internal competition. Flying Circus and HF Michals Chicks both posted 17-pointers for the AA Class sequence... (more)

Did you know that Mathieu Bernier's NSL Profile has been overdue since 2010?
posted: Feb 23rd, 2016 The NSL Profiles have a new entry, which has been overdue since 2010. Many of the skydiving celebrities in the NSL Profiles are reigning or former world champions (Dan BC, Jerome David, Marin Ferre, Craig Girard, Andy and David Grauwels, John Hoover, Thomas Hughes, Joey Jones, Mark Kirkby, Alan Metni, Natasha Montgomery, Shannon Pilcher, Eliana Rodriguez, Gary Smith, Solly Williams), which is more than enough reason to take a closer look at their skydiving careers. Several of the listed world champions have also turned into successful coaches and are still a part of the Sun Path Products... (more)

Did you know that the Qatar Tigers signed up for Shamrock Showdown and World Challenge with a new lineup?
posted: Feb 22nd, 2016 The preview of the Wind Games 2016 on January 15th mentioned that the Qatar Tigers had a good reason to start dreaming of medals at the Mondial 2016 after great results at the Clash of Champions and the World Air Games. Only two national teams (NMP PCH Hayabusa, Arizona Airspeed) placed ahead of the Qatar Tigers at the Clash of Champions, where none of the world's best national 4-way teams were missing. Black Cat then won the bronze medals for Russia at the World Air Games, where only the national teams were eligible. The Qatar Tigers finished in 4th place and were behind Black Cat a week... (more)

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