Did you know that three reigning 4-way world champions joined the Indoor Cloud League competition at iFLY Orlando last Thursday?
posted: Jul 29th, 2014 Things may change as quickly in the Indoor Cloud League world as it happens at a traditional outdoor competition. Yesterday's Sun Path Products NSL News story reported the Northern California Skydiving League as the new leader after the NCSL Tunnel Kicker on July 9th.
The NCSL scores and videos were posted after the Florida Skydiving League and the Czech Republic Skydiving League groups were already on the leaderboard. The Florida group had their second FSL Tunnel Kicker on July 17th but added only one single point to the total after the... (more)
Did you know that Florida teams dominated the AA Class leaderboard last weekend?
posted: Jul 21st, 2014 Last weekend's leaderboard is complete earlier than usual, as two of the six scheduled meets (Southern and Northwest Skydiving League) fell victim to expected bad weather conditions.
The AAA Class leaderboard experienced a very surprising addition on the very top, and the Sun Path Products NSL News is waiting for confirmation and more details of the sensational Elsinore GT reunion.
The AA Class leaderboard was dominated by teams of the Florida Skydiving League. The same Teiwaz lineup that collected Indoor Cloud League points for iFLY Orlando... (more)
Did you know that Florida added one single point to iFLY Orlando's ICL account last Thursday?
posted: Jul 20th, 2014 The second part of the Florida Skydiving League's Tunnel Kicker in July did not turn out to add a lot of points to iFLY Orlando's Indoor Cloud League account.
Only the slightly different AA Class lineup (Gilles Dutrisac, James Hall, Sebastian Jimenez, Kurt Gaebel) was able to improve the previous score of 24 points (Hall Spence, James Hall, Sebastian Jimenez, Kurt Gaebel) by one single point.
The Rookie AA Class lineup (Sarah Hernandez, Seth Claytor, Akio Flewelling, Keith Murray) was actually completing more formations within working... (more)
Did you know that Florida has to get the new Rookie Class flyers ready for scoring soon?
posted: Jul 8th, 2014 The Indoor Cloud League sequences for the month of July are faster for the AAA and AA Class teams and lineups compared to the previous months, while the A Class has a 2-block sequence for the first time this year. The three sequences for the Rookie Class categories are training for the Adder (Random Formation L) and other formations with cheated cats.
The Florida Skydiving League group met at iFLY Orlando last week for the first time this month to train the basic skills and try the new sequences. Most of the participants once again met earlier... (more)
Did you know that a combination of DeLand and Z-Hills competitors lifted iFLY Orlando to the top?
posted: Jun 29th, 2014 The group of teams and competitors of the Florida Skydiving League and other new skydivers and indoor flyers, who compete for iFLY Orlando at the Indoor Cloud League, have become used to going back to the 12-foot flying chamber with the mission to improve their scores.
The Indoor Cloud League competition has been tough from the beginning of the project when only the groups from the Northwest Skydiving League at iFLY Seattle and the Florida Skydiving League at iFLY Orlando challenged each other in monthly duels.
However, it became much... (more)
Did you know that last weekend's AA Class scores provide 2014 insights?
posted: Jun 26th, 2014 The AA Class teams had their strong appearance last weekend, after the A Class teams dominated the overall leaderboard on the prior meet weekend. 12 teams posted scores at four different meet locations.
The results of the teams in the first three places provided a very good insight at this very early point in time of what can be expected at this year's USPA Nationals in the Intermediate Class competition.
The same three teams had also competed at the USPA Nationals 2013 where they did not finish close to the top of this category's leaderboard. However, this will will most likely be different... (more)