Did You Know...... that iFLY Dallas has joined the Indoor Cloud League as the 7th tunnel group?
Amanda Lampton (left) with Perris Wicked
Seven different wind tunnel groups from three different countries are now competing month by month for the highest scores in the six categories, and experienced competitors and new flyers are having a great time together.
4way competitor Amanda Lampton is organizing the iFLY Dallas group, whose 13 participants and four coaches worked together for the first ICL scores. The total of 98 points puts iFLY Dallas in 3rd place at the moment for the month of March. The four coaches (Amanda Lampton, Mike Hotchkiss, Scott Levy, Lucas King) outscored Florida's AA Class lineup at the first appearance.
Lucas King and Scott Levy with Dallas 350 at the USPA Nationals 2013
This may change soon in Dallas. Amanda Lampton said that the events of her first month went very well. The next ICL activities at iFLY Dallas are in the works for the month of April and will bring more and new flyers for the group.
Amanda Lampton's coaches helped all lineups, who had internal competition in four of the six categories. Only the best sequences with the highest scores are posted and add up for the total amount of scoring points for each group.
USPA Intermediate Class gold medals for Mike Hotchkiss in 2013
Lucas King and Scott Levy were team mates with Dallas 350 in 2013. They finished three points behind the bronze medal position in the AAA/Advanced Class with a 13.5 average. Solly Williams was in the lineup at the national championships substituting for an open slot. Khaos Khobalt and Dallas 350 both attended other meets during the regular season in Texas.
Amanda Lampton trained and competed with Perris Wicked in 2012, who had Christy Frikken in the lineup as the player coach, together with UK's 4way world champion in the female 4way category of 2008, Hannah Betts. Christie Blomster was the 4th Perris Wicked member, and the team posted a 14.8 average at the USPA Nationals 2012. Amanda Lampton has now joined Khaos Black, who finished one point ahead of Dallas 350 last year.