The Florida Skydiving League group at iFLY Orlando has already posted videos and scores for all six categories, while two of the participating groups seem to be holding off until the last minute. Jan Klapka at the Skydive Arena in Prague, Czech Republic, has provided footage of the four traditional categories (AAA - AA - A - Rookie). Brian Touhey at SkyVenture New Hampshire is also collecting points in the Rookie A Class for beginners and will soon follow up with more scores for other categories.
|October 2013||AAA Class||AA Class||A Class||Rookie AAA||Rookie AA||Rookie A||Total|
|1||iFLY Orlando (US)||25||17||15||21||12||25||115|
|2||Skydive Arena (CZ)||20||9||11||8||-||-||48|
|3||SkyVenture New Hampshire (US)||16||16||-||-||-||10||42|
|4||iFLY Seattle (US) (US)||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|4||iFLY SF Bay (US)||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
AAA iFLY Orlando
AAA Skydive Arena
The anonymous Ladies In Black added the AA Class scores for Jan Klapka's group at the Skydive Arena, and Florida's lineup (Ari Perelman, Hal Spence, James Prochaska, James Hall) has the upper hand in this category, as well, so far.
The Czech 11-pointer in the A Class was put together by Best of Relative (Lubos Pinkava, Jan Habetin, Radoslaw Kucinsky, Alena Majkowska) who have also been competing in the A Class of the Czech Republic Skydiving League's outdoor meets this year.
Hoofs' highest score of the 2013 indoor season was an 8-pointer in March (H,F,E) and the Czech team added another 8-pointer to the Czech total number of points for the October sequence (E,A,H) in the Rookie AAA Class. The indoor Rookie AAA Class is identical with the traditional outdoor Rookie Class.
The Indoor Cloud League includes two additional categories, Rookie AA and Rookie A, which are an opportunity for new flyers to enter the 4way competition stage on an easier level. The rules allow two player coaches to fly with the real beginners in the sport.