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Did you know that temperatures in the mid 30s could not hold back one iFLY Orlando lineup from posting highscores?
posted: Feb 20th, 2015 It was simply brutal. Florida's Indoor Cloud League group had scheduled the next training and competition event for Thursday, February 19th at iFLY Orlando. The Florida weather usually allows skydiving and tunnel flying almost at any time of the year without too much trouble. However, it can get cold in the winter, and it was very cold on Thursday night. iFLY Orlando is operating the first vertical skydiving wind tunnel and was built in 1998. The tunnel air was not re-circulating in the early designs of wind tunnels, and the outside... (more)

Did you know that 4astrophe came back one more time with Valerie Bisson and Katie Woods?
posted: Feb 16th, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News summarized an impressive 2014 season for the Canadian Bisson family on 29 December 2014. 4astrophe's last lineup in 2014 had the Bisson family (father Richard, sister and brother Valerie and Yannick Bisson) with Fuzion member Marie-Eve Dallaire perform the AAA and AA Class December sequences for SkyVenture Montreal, and they tied the Bad Boys for the AA Class highscore. The story on 9 January 2015 followed up with news related... (more)

Did you know that Florida completed the February Indoor Cloud League sequences on Thursday?
posted: Feb 13th, 2015 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 6 February 2015 that Florida's Indoor Cloud League group at iFLY Orlando got help and a head start from the Golden Knights for the February competition. Last Thursday, indoor flyers from Florida met again at iFLY Orlando to follow up with scores for the other four categories. The Florida group did not even make the effort to perform the AAA Class sequence, as the US Army's 28-pointer was worlds away from the potential of the AAA... (more)

Did you know that the Golden Knights scored high for iFLY Orlando's Indoor Cloud League group?
posted: Feb 6th, 2015 The mention of the French Girls in a Sun Path Products NSL News update usually triggers another team name, the Golden Knights, either in the same story or shortly afterwards, and vice versa. This time, the French update was first, and it took exactly one day until the Golden Knights story follows. In fact, the update from the US Army headquarters has been in the works while the French Girls are training in Dubai. The Golden Knights are actually away from the headquarters, in a training camp in Florida, and the Sun Path Products NSL News was planning a field trip to the training site, the MacDill... (more)

Did you know that Amanda Lampton's Indoor Cloud League group in Texas posted a new iFLY Dallas record total?
posted: Feb 3rd, 2015 Videos and scores from Texas (iFLY Dallas) and Northern California (iFLY SF Bay) were the latest updates for the Indoor Cloud League sequences of January. Nobody could get even close to the Czech teams last month, who posted a new ICL record total with 189 points. However, both US and iFLY groups managed to steal at least one of the highscores. Amanda Lampton's Texas group at iFLY Dallas first beat the previously posted 27-pointer by Czech Rookie Class team Flying Circus by a single point. Dallas 350 members Scott Levy and Lucas King guided... (more)

Did you know that iFLY Seattle's recent Indoor Cloud League event produced a new NWSL team for the 2015 season?
posted: Jan 31st, 2015 It took only a day after Florida's Indoor Cloud League update until iFLY Seattle's answer came from the Northwest Skydiving League group. Deb Correia reported that Team Seattle held a skills camp one week prior to the Indoor Cloud League event to work on individual skills and focus on some of the random formations and blocks that would be seen in the duel. Six participants signed up and learned a lot. She said that many of the Indoor Cloud League competitors have only been flying at those events: "They don't get much time to work on their own skills in a lower-stress environment. This is... (more)


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