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Did you know that Blobfish with 4-way junior Kiya Glave still impresses the iFLY Houston audience?
posted: Jul 3rd, 2016 The new Indoor Cloud League sequences for July have been posted with the beginning of the new month, and they bring new blocks to the teams, at least at the participating wind tunnels with 14+foot flying chambers. At the same time, new scores and videos are still coming in to complete the June leaderboard. iFLY Houston's ICL team is once again the only team with scores on both leaderboards so far, as the 14-foot flying chamber allows the teams to perform all nine sequences every month. Only iFLY Houston's AA Class sequence for the 12-foot leaderboard does not have a score. iFLY Houston's... (more)

Did you know that France is back on the top in 4-way Women?
posted: Jun 29th, 2016 The recent news of the Golden Knights roster change in 4-way Women (JaNette Lefkowitz for Angela Navarro Nichols) mentioned that the new situation may also change the dynamics in the race for the gold medals in this event at the Mondial 2016. The dynamics have surely changed for the SKYLEAGUE.COM audience, as the first results after posting the new poll question are showing. The Golden Knights had taken the undisputed top position at the end of the 2015 season and were far ahead of the French national team, who are the reigning 4-way world champions in 4-way Women after three consecutive... (more)

Did you know that the ESL Championship 2016 promises to become a first-class event?
posted: Jun 28th, 2016 The ESL Championship 2016 will be hosted for the first time by Germany after the competition site has circled around between Great Britain, Netherlands and Belgium since the inaugural event in 2004. The hosting rules in the past qualified the winner of the previous ESL Championship as the host for the next event. However, the organizers agreed after the last ESL Championship in 2014 that the European Skydiving League will begin to reach out to other European countries and offer the hosting to other skydiving centers. The host of the ESL Championship 2016 is not new at all to preparing the... (more)

Did you know that several teams posted outdoor record averages last weekend?
posted: Jun 27th, 2016 Last weekend's outdoor leaderboard is complete, as well. Teams competed at three different locations, and two of the meets completed all six rounds. The Northern Plains Skydiving League had once again little luck with the weather. The 2016 season opener was completely weathered out, and the June meet did not get too far either. NPSL Director Al BeVier was not too happy after the second unfortunate attempt this year, when he communicated the situation at Skydive Twin City with the other two meet locations: "Second NPSL meet of the year called for weather - winds again. Steady in the twenties... (more)

Did you know that Bill Selig completed 50 hours of tunnel time during the Indoor Cloud League June competition?
posted: Jun 27th, 2016 iFLY Seattle submitted scores for the June competition of the Indoor Cloud League before teams jumped from air planes at last weekend's three meets. The new outdoor leaderboard will be posted later today. Deb Correia reported from Seattle that she had four teams participating in the ICL June competition. Three of the teams turned in the scores for five of the six ICL categories, and the coaches (Djordje Mandaric, Steve Platt, Dmitry Rudchenko, Bill Selig) took on the AAA Class sequence for the iFLY Seattle team. The total of 105 points is currently the 2nd place on the 14+foot leaderboard... (more)

Did you know that a small 4-way meet exposes a big flaw in the tie-breaking rules?
posted: Jun 25th, 2016 The June meet of the Virginia Parachute Council was only a small event with four teams. However, it included an exciting and very interesting battle for the 2nd place behind winner Suffolk Sabotage. Where's Chris? and Sister Wives ended up tied after their five rounds, and Where's Chris? was declared the team in 2nd place of the VPC meet, as the Sun Path Products NSL News reported on June 22nd. VPC Director John Meyer had applied the current USPA/FAI rules for a tie-breaking situation, and the battle of his two AA Class teams exposed a weakness of the current definition. The Sun Path Products... (more)

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