Did you know that iFLY Orlando added 12 points to the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard?
posted: May 26th, 2015 The second May meeting of iFLY Orlando's Indoor Cloud League group included only a few members of the current Florida Skydiving League teams.
Two DeLand Flashpoint members were out of town, however, the complete rear piece (Jim Prochaska, Jairo Garcia) still decided to join the Indoor Cloud League event and joined forces with Sebastian Jimenez and Kurt Gaebel.
ZEUS' Inside Center Amer Kassas came to iFLY Orlando with coach Bob Byrne, as the complete ZEUS lineup was not available. They both teamed up with Sebastian Jimenez and Michael Patterson... (more)
Did you know that the Hurricane Factory has taken a 26-point lead for the ICL May sequences?
posted: May 23rd, 2015 The latest Indoor Cloud League scores for the month of May came from the Hurricane Factory in Prague, where four Czech teams combined for the total of 133 points for the six May sequences. The Czech indoor winter season with the monthly meets of the European Tunnel League (ETL) is over by now, and the Czech teams are back to the league's outdoor competition, however, they still continue to collect points for the monthly Indoor Cloud League competition.
Sportflight organizer Jan Klapka said that the total of 133 points may not be his last... (more)
Did you know that the Chuteless Devils are getting ready for the Indoor Cloud League leaderboard?
posted: May 21st, 2015 Canada has a history of family teams, and the Sun Path Products NSL News has covered the Lemay family (Evolution) and the Bisson family (4Astrophe) on a regular basis in the past years. This week's story of the French Aerokart Ak'demie team project for kids connected fathers and sons in a special 4-way, as well.
It's time to go back to Canada now, where the same topic continues. In fact, the 3rd Canadian Indoor Skydiving Championship 2015 also included two teams... (more)
Did you know that Florida teams begin to show results of their training?
posted: May 9th, 2015 The Indoor Cloud League events of the Florida Skydiving League at iFLY Orlando began in 2012 and was originally a recruiting project for 4-way teams and competitors. The monthly indoor competition with the Northwest Skydiving League eventually started the Indoor Cloud League.
The nature of the ICL activities has not changed in Florida, as the events have continued to generate new 4-way teams and competitors over the years. Several teams in Florida were formed when participants of the ICL events decided to meet regularly for 4-way training... (more)
Did you know that Hurricane Factory and SkyVenture Montreal tied in a 4-category Indoor Cloud League battle?
posted: May 7th, 2015 The Indoor Cloud League leaderboard for April was completed with the last videos and scores coming from SkyVenture Montreal. The new BEST OF THE MONTH video features the eight teams and lineups who posted the highest scores for the six ICL categories.
Bad Boys from the Hurricane Factory in the Czech Republic and a well known Canadian 4Astrophe lineup at SkyVenture Montreal shared the highscore for the AAA Class sequence (C,7,D,17). The same two teams also performed the AA Class sequences (J,7,15) for their home tunnels, and the Bad Boys won... (more)
Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League gets busy at the end of each month?
posted: May 1st, 2015 The Indoor Cloud League competition always heats up towards the end of each month. That's the time when the collected footage of each team's performances is being sorted and uploaded, or when the teams submit new videos with better scores than the previously posted ones.
SkyVenture New Hampshire posted the first videos and scores in April, iFLY Orlando and Hurricane Factory followed up not much later. iFLY Seattle was next with new scores, and the group's RR Class lineup is currently winning this category. Djordje Mandaric and Dmitry Rudchenko... (more)