Did you know that FournicaterZ got help from a Hottentotsgot at last weekend's meet?
posted: May 21st, 2013 Last weekend's Rookie Class leaderboard is showing only four teams of the Florida Skydiving League. Several of the competitors became 4way fans after participating at the monthly FSL Tunnel Kicker, where FSL indoor head coach Ari Perelman and his assistant coaches turn skydivers into 4way flyers and 4way flyers into competitors.
In fact, the winner of last weekend's Rookie Class competition, Pyro4ic from Skydive City in Z-Hills, competed for the Florida... (more)
Did you know that Erica Gorski went from 1-on-1 to 4way last night at i FLY Orlando?
posted: May 10th, 2013 The New England group at SkyVenture New Hampshire was the first one to post new scores and videos for the month of May in the Indoor Cloud League. Brian Touhey, Jeff Atherton, Chris Civie and Beth Lahr York executed both sequences for the AAA (15) and the AA Class (14).
The Florida group followed up just a few days later at iFLY Orlando and posted scores in all six categories last night. The videos still need to be edited and will be uploaded shortly. The participating Indoor Cloud League groups now have time until the end of the month to... (more)
Did you know that Caroline Layne has unfinished 4way business?
posted: May 8th, 2013 The team name DeLand Slide appeared at Skyleague.com the first time after the April meet of the Florida Skydiving League. It was a weather meet, and the new team posted a 7-pointer for the only competition sequence that could be completed in DeLand.
Later in April, the NSL News learned that team member Caroline Layne has a very special story to tell and followed up on 29 April 2013. First, her story was mostly about her older brother James who was Dan BC's team mate and lost his life in the 1992 plane crash in Perris.
Did you know that the New England group improved the Indoor Cloud scores for April significantly?
posted: May 1st, 2013 The month of April was the second time that three groups from three different league areas tried to outscore each other with the six different sequences for the six competition classes of the Indoor Cloud League.
Teams, competitors and flyers from the Florida Skydiving League at iFLY Orlando began a duel with the Northwest Skydiving League at iFLY Seattle last year until SkyVenture New Hampshire accommodated a group in New England and joined the indoor league in March 2013. The scores and videos for April are posted, and Florida won for the... (more)
Did you know that Caroline Layne picks up 4way where her brother James left it in 1992?
posted: Apr 29th, 2013 "David Layne was an old friend of Jim West's from England who had moved to Xenia a few years earlier with his wife Rira, eight-year-old son James, and six-year-old daughter Carolina. The Layne family had been a presence on the drop zone for a few years before I actually took it over. The Greene County Sport Parachute Club was a family business with a club atmosphere back then, and like other members of the "club", the Laynes contributed to keeping the place moving."
"I had become very close with Rita, David, and their kids. Once i started running it, the drop zone became the Green County Skydiving... (more)
Did you know that Florida had internal Cloud competition yesterday at iFLY Orlando?
posted: Apr 23rd, 2013 Teams and competitors in Florida were not favored by the weather last weekend. Only seven teams were able to beat the weather to a certain extent and post the first 2013 outdoor scores. Weather was not a problem at the next FSL Tunnel Kicker at iFLY Orlando last night.
Head coach Ari Perelman had invited skydivers in Florida once again to join the event, which is generously supported by iFLY Orlando. The group was another mixture of teams, competitors and new participants who have not trained indoor or outdoor with a 4way team. Several of the flyers had competed on the weekend and came back... (more)