Have you heard that James Hall was the big winner at iFLY Orlando's Indoor Cloud League night?
posted: Nov 8th, 2014 The Florida Skydiving League teams and competitors came together at iFLY Orlando the same day when the teams in the Czech Republic launched their indoor winter season.
It was a much larger group at the Hurricane Factory last Thursday with 14 teams, while the Florida group generated five lineups at iFLY Orlando. However, the tasks were different ones, as the Czech teams completed a whole 10-round draw when the Florida lineups worked on the November sequences of the Indoor Cloud League.
Two new participants (Paul Neely, Brandon Sbordone)... (more)
Have you heard that Jan Klapka is under a lot of special pressure?
posted: Nov 7th, 2014 It's time again to wrap up the Indoor Cloud League October competition with the highscores of the month.
The leaderboard is not completely filled with scoring numbers, which happened only once so far in August this year. The four missing scores are the only reason why October was not a record month. The 42 lineups in August had combined for a total of 718 points, and the 38 teams last month had 713 points on the leaderboard. It was close.
The Hurricane Factory in Prague generated four of the highscores (AAA - AA - A - Rookie A) in the... (more)
Have you heard that Lithuanian teams will have a strong presence on Polish indoor home air at Flyspot?
posted: Nov 6th, 2014 Winter time has become indoor time for many teams and competitors when more and more wind tunnels were built around the world. Winter training in Florida, Arizona or Dubai is still very popular, as well, and the combination is ideal.
There is also no lack of indoor competition these days, and the teams have the opportunity to test at least their mental strength and collect additional competition experiences during the winter break.
The monthly Indoor Cloud League events offer competition on a small but regular basis for any indoor flyers... (more)
Have you heard that Martin Lemay discussed Canopy Piloting and 4-way plans with the Sun Path Products NSL News in Z-Hills?
posted: Nov 5th, 2014 The November sequences for the Indoor Cloud League have been posted for a few days, while the leaderboard for October has not been fully evaluated yet.
Especially the teams and lineups who performed the AAA and AA Class sequences last month included several high-profile 4-way competitors. The Sun Path Products NSL News story on 25 October 2014 explained how SDC Rhythm XP member Mikhail Markine and XL's Brian Johnson helped the Florida group at iFLY Orlando to boost the AAA... (more)
Have you heard that NSL-TV features NMP-PCH Hayabusa 5.0 in 2012 and 2014?
posted: Nov 4th, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 13 October 2014 that Roy Janssen has left NMP-PCH Hayabusa after winning the gold medals in Prostejov. The story on 20 October 2014 followed up with a perspective from the team's current situation.
The second story mentioned that new tail Jeroen "Bob" Nollet has been an active alternate since 2010. He even competed with the same four returning members (Dennis Praet, Andy and David Grauwels, Danny Jacobs on camera) at... (more)
Have you heard that the VAF Warriors have finalized their plans for the 2015 season?
posted: Nov 3rd, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 22 October 2014 that the VAF Warriors, Denmark's national 4-way team, won the country's indoor championships shortly after they were once again confirmed to represent Denmark in 2015.
The VAF Warriors were selected as the national team after the Mondial Dubai 2012 and took the slot that Voluntas had in the previous years. Denmark's new national team competed for the first time at a world championship this year in Prostejov and placed 11th, missing the semifinals and Round 9 by seven... (more)