NWSL Director Deb Correia organized one hour-long event this month at iFLY Seattle, with eleven participants and four coaches (Deb Correia, Dave Correia, David Zhang, Carolyn Chow). Carolyn Chow did double-duty flying with one Rookie Class group and another one with more experienced flyers.
One of her lineups (Jeremy Eggum, Martin Fox, Steve Platt, Paul Stoddard) performed without a player coach and posted the 15-pointer for the Rookie AAA Class sequence.
June 2014 AAA Class AA Class A Class Rookie AAA Rookie AA Rookie A Total Rank Teams D,C,15,17 D,C,Q,18 D,C,7 D,C,Q M,D,C M,D Total 1 iFLY Orlando (US) 16 17(-1) 19 23 23(-1) 24(-1) 122 2 Skydive Arena (CZ) 20 24 25 16 18 15 118 2 iFLY SF Bay (US) 17(-1) 19 23 16 22 21 118 4 iFLY Seattle (US) 15 17 15 15 21 21 104 5 iFLY Dallas (US) 15 26 13 16 14 8 92 6 SkyVenture Montreal (CA) 21 20 - - - - 41 7 SkyVenture New Hampshire (US) - - - - - - -
Now Carolyn Chow will be taking a break after having the hardware removed from her knee from an injury she sustained in the tunnel a couple of years ago. With a short summer in Seattle, Deb Correia expects the indoor participation to be lower in the coming months, as people spend more time jumping from planes.
The AA and AAA Class videos and scores were submitted by the NWSL Horizon combination. Deb Dorreia said that the June sequences were flown at the end of a 4-hour Horizon training camp, when everyone was quite exhausted.
The new video features all teams and lineups who posted the highscores for the Indoor Cloud League June sequences (4Astrophe - AAA, iFLY Dallas - AA, Fire Coopers - A, iFLY Orlando - Rookie AAA, DeLand Aurai - Rookie AA, iFLY Orlando - Rookie A).