Did you know that the Hurricane Factory posted a new Indoor Cloud League record total?
posted: Jan 17th, 2015 The total of 175 points was the highest result so far in the young history of the Indoor Cloud League. Jan Klapka's Czech group of 4-way teams put together this record number in March 2014 at the Hurricane Factory in Prague.
The record total was strongly supported by the 42-pointer that Rookie Class team HF Chicks contributed for the RR Class sequence (M-K-F). The HF Chicks then competed a few weeks later at the World Challenge 2014 and won the Rookie Class with... (more)
Did you know that the Hurricane Factory won the 2014 season by 13 points after 72 sequences?
posted: Jan 4th, 2015 The new six sequences for the January competition of the Indoor Cloud League have been posted, and it is time to wrap up the December competition by honoring the best teams and performances of the month.
The December leaderboard is actually not complete yet, as iFLY Dallas still has a few videos of last month's Indoor Cloud League event that will be added later. However, it will be too late to make it to the "Best Of December" video.
The Bad Boys brought in once again the highscores for the AAA and AA Class sequences at the Hurricane Factory.... (more)
Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League competition for December heated up at the end?
posted: Jan 2nd, 2015 The Indoor Cloud League competition for December is coming to its end with momentum.
Hurricane Factory (Czech Republic) and iFLY Orlando (Florida Skydiving League) have been sitting on their totals for a while, and nothing will change on the top of the leaderboard. iFLY Seattle (Northwest Skydiving League) and iFLY SF Bay (Northern California Skydiving League) submitted videos and scores at the very end of the month. Only the scores from iFLY Dallas are still missing.
Did you know that iFLY Orlando added five Indoor Cloud League points to the December total?
posted: Dec 20th, 2014 The Florida group of the Indoor Cloud League had work to do in the AAA and AA categories when they came back together at iFLY Orlando last Thursday.
The Hurricane Factory is usually dominating those two competition classes with the well trained Bad Boys, the Czech national 4-way team. Once in a while, other lineups have outscored the Bad Boys this year, like SkyVenture Montreal's (Richard, Valerie, Yannick Bisson, Ben Lemay) and iFLY Dallas' (Amanda Lampton, Todd Hawkins, Scott Levy, Lucas King) AAA Class lineups in November, or iFLY SF Bay's... (more)
Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League has posted 393 videos this year so far?
posted: Dec 15th, 2014 The November scores of the Indoor Cloud League have summed up to a new record number for the total.
It was only the second time that all seven currently participating groups submitted scores and videos for all six ICL categories, and the easier sequences for the month of November allowed them to score higher than in August (829 - 718).
It was also only the second time this year that Northwest Skydiving League Director Deb Correia guided her group at iFLY Seattle to the 1st place. Northwest and Florida launched the Indoor Cloud League project... (more)
Did you know that iFLY Seattle has taken the Indoor Cloud League November lead?
posted: Dec 3rd, 2014 The 5th Dubai International Parachuting Championship is getting most of the Sun Path Products NSL News attention at the moment. However, other events have been happening at the same time.
Thunder finished with a 28.4 average at the ISR Grand Prix 2014, and the Sun Path Products NSL News attention will soon shift back to the event in Roosendaal.
New Indoor Cloud League scores have... (more)