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)
Did you know that seven teams braved the weather in Florida?
posted: Apr 22nd, 2013 Bad weather interfered with the outdoor season openers both in North Carolina and Florida. However, six teams beat the challenging weather conditions at Skydive City to complete up to four rounds, while teams at Skydive DeLand had no luck on Saturday and not much more on Sunday.
Most of the lineups in Florida consisted of skydivers who have attended the FSL Tunnel Kicker indoor project at iFLY Orlando, which was launched in July 2012. The next tunnel event is scheduled for tonight and will compensate for the efforts to brave the weather last weekend.
Bob Byrne was organizing the competition... (more)
Did you know that Whooops outscored Barkli after handicap?
posted: Apr 21st, 2013 Russia's national team Barkli competed at the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2013 in the middle of this year's training camp in DeLand. Barkli then went back to Russia and visited again a week ago for the next spring training.
The Dutch national team Whooops competed at the Mondial Dubai 2012 in December and went into winter hibernation after that. The long outdoor break is over now, and Whooops launched the 2013 season with a training camp... (more)
Did you know that the new SkyVenture New Hampshire group tied the highscore for the AA Class?
posted: Apr 9th, 2013 The virtual indoor competition for the month of March has been completed, the scores and videos have been posted.
It was the first time that it was not only a showdown between teams, competitors and flyers of the Florida and the Northwest Skydiving League. The NSL News had reported on 24 March 2013 that Brian Touhey was heading a new group from New England who joined the Cloud Indoor League for the monthly competition.
In fact, the New England group, who is flying at SkyVenture New Hampshire, was the first one posting scores... (more)
Did you know that Florida posted a new Indoor Cloud highscore at iFLY Orlando?
posted: Mar 30th, 2013 The Florida Skydiving League group for the March competition of the Indoor Cloud League posted a new total highscore this week with 133 points for the six sequences at iFLY Orlando.
The highest total was 128 points so far, which was also scored by the Florida group in December 2012 and gave the FSL competitors the edge (3 - 2) for the 2012 season over the Northwest Skydiving League at iFLY Seattle.
The 2013 season of the Indoor Cloud League began with a 1-point race in January (94 - 93) to the advantage of Florida, and the Northwest fought... (more)
Did you know that the Northwest came back with vengeance at iFLY Seattle?
posted: Mar 1st, 2013 The Northwest Skydiving League at iFLY Seattle came back with vengeance after losing the January battle with the Florida Skydiving League at iFLY Orlando by one single point. In fact, the total score of 118 points for the February sequences is the highest results for the NWSL group so far, and it was enough to outscore Florida by nine points.
The scores at iFLY Orlando weren't bad either and would have been enough to beat the Northwest in all previous but two meets. The indoor game is tied now after the first two meets of the 2013 season. The next sequences for the month of March will be posted... (more)