Did you know that the Florida teams competed only on creepers last weekend?
posted: Apr 21st, 2014 The outdoor season opener of the Florida Skydiving League had to be postponed for a month. The weather at Skydive City and Skydive DeLand was equally unsupportive, and the first meet of the regular FSL season will hopefully take place with better weather in May.
Five teams were ready to post their first 2014 scores at Skydive City, while additional teams planned to compete in DeLand. The 5-team field in Zephyrhills included many of the Tunnel Kicker participants who have been posting scores for Florida's Indoor Cloud League account at iFLY... (more)
Did you know that it is great to have the opportunity to learn from those we have taught in the past?
posted: Apr 2nd, 2014 Two more groups have provided their final scores for the March sequences of the Indoor Cloud League, iFLY SF Bay and iFLY Seattle. This brings the participation to the same record level of February 2014, even though SkyVenture Montreal scored only in two categories and SkyVenture New Hampshire did not have any scores for March.
The reason for the same great outcome is the entry of a new group at iFLY Dallas into the young league project with scores for all six categories. The scores and videos of Deb Correia's Northwest Skydiving League group... (more)
Did you know that Florida improved the Indoor Cloud League total for March by 16 points at iFLY Orlando?
posted: Mar 31st, 2014 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported the first Indoor Cloud League scores for the month of March from iFLY Orlando on 16 March 2014.
Several updates followed from other participating groups until the introduction of iFLY Dallas was published with the latest scores on 28 March 2014.
March 31st is the last day of this month that a group can fly the six sequences and improve the scores.
The Florida... (more)
Did you know that iFLY Dallas has joined the Indoor Cloud League as the 7th tunnel group?
posted: Mar 28th, 2014 The Indoor Cloud League keeps growing. The newest group joined the indoor competition project this month and has its home at iFLY Dallas in Texas.
Seven different wind tunnel groups from three different countries are now competing month by month for the highest scores in the six categories, and experienced competitors and new flyers are having a great time together.
4way competitor Amanda Lampton is organizing the iFLY Dallas group, whose 13 participants and four coaches worked together for the first ICL scores. The total of 98 points... (more)
Did you know that Florida has internal Indoor Cloud League competition in different ways?
posted: Mar 16th, 2014 Florida will not send any teams to the World Challenge 2014. Only Christine Freiherr and Jane McGuire, both participants at earlier Florida Skydiving League meets, make the trip to Bodyflight Bedford with US team Verve XP.
However, the FSL participants of the Indoor Cloud League compete on a regular basis with the teams of the Czech Republic Skydiving League. The FSL group posted the first scores for the ICL March competition at iFLY Orlando on the same day when... (more)
Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League had record participation and record scores in February?
posted: Mar 4th, 2014 The February competition of the Indoor Cloud League is over, and the leaderboard shows new record participation. It was the first time that five ICL groups posted scores and videos in each of the six ICL categories, and SkyVenture New Hampshire added two more scores in the A Class and the Rookie AAA Class.
The new sequences for the month of March are posted, and the new race for the highest total number of points at the end of the month has begun.
The Skydive Arena, with the Czech teams in Prague, won the February competition outright... (more)