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Did you know that iFLY Orlando took back the Indoor Cloud League August lead for the 12+ tunnels?
posted: Aug 23rd, 2016 The Indoor Cloud League update on August 21st mentioned that iFLY Orlando and iFLY SFBay would be tied for the 2016 total, after Lori Connor's Northern California group beat the Florida score by nine points last week - unless the iFLY Orlando team added a few more points to the August total. Four Florida lineups did exactly that last Thursday and took back the August lead by five points. Two of the four lineups improved the previous scores in three categories (AA - A - RR), while two highscores (RRR - R) survived the whole month after they were posted on August 4th. The 6th score for the... (more)

Did you know that the Irish luck may shine on H2O and all teams at the UK Nationals 2016?
posted: Aug 22nd, 2016 Three more national teams competed last weekend and will soon travel to the U.S.A. and represent their countries at the Mondial 2016. The UK Nationals 2016 feature British 4-way Open Class team Satori XL and 4-way Women team NFTO one month before the World Championship of Formation Skydiving at the Mondial 2016. H4O also visited from Ireland before the upcoming trip to Skydive Chicago. Bad weather did not allow the completion of the national championships at Skydive Hibaldstow, and the British 4-way teams have to come back this weekend to complete the 4-way meet, while the 8-way teams have... (more)

Did you know that seven national teams are on last weekend's combined leaderboard?
posted: Aug 21st, 2016 Last weekend's combined leaderboard is a very interesting one, as it brings together teams from four different countries: Austria - Czech Republic - Netherlands - U.S.A. The three European countries held their national championships and agreed to use the NSL competition draw, which was also applied at four different locations in the U.S.A. (Carolina - Florida - Northwest - Southern). The scores from Europe have been posted and feature teams in all four categories. It becomes even more interesting with a closer look at the AAA Class leaderboard. There are seven national teams in the Top 10... (more)

Did you know that iFLY SFBay and iFLY Orlando are currently tied in 1st place with 865 ICL points?
posted: Aug 21st, 2016 iFLY SFBay's Indoor Cloud League teams came back together last week, and nothing is the same any longer on the August leaderboard. Lori Connor's new lineups did not leave any of the previously posted six scores unimproved, and iFLY SFBay has taken the August lead by nine points over iFLY Orlando. The same nine points would finally eliminate the difference between the two teams, as iFLY Orlando was exactly nine points ahead for the year (865 - 856) at the end of the July competition. iFLY Orlando has the three highscores for AAA - AA - A while iFLY SF Bay outscored the Florida team in the... (more)

Did you know that only one 4-way Women team has the same lineup as in Prostejov 2014?
posted: Aug 19th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News now follows up with the introduction of the field in 4-way Women at the Mondial 2016, and the team situation is quite similar compared to the 4-way Open Class. There is only one team that competed with the same lineup at the previous world meet in Prostejov 2014, the Czech Ladies. The Czech Ladies will not be involved in the race for the medals in this 4-way category, and the new mix of lineups is only affecting the previous medal winners and the new medal contenders. The French Girls are back with two reigning world champions in 4-way Women (Christine Malnis,... (more)

Did you know that Josh Hall's comeback might bring Airspeed back into the battle for gold?
posted: Aug 18th, 2016 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on August 9th that Arizona Airspeed's point, Mikhail Markine, broke his hand during a training jump and would not be able to compete at the Mondial 2016. Airspeed has been looking for the best solution for the crisis ever since, which occurred just a month before the start of the most important 4-way competition. The unfortunate story has now at least a happy end since the most wanted substitute has confirmed to help out in the emergency situation. Former Airspeed point Josh Hall will fill the slot until after the event next month and train as much... (more)

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