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Did you know that iFLY Orlando added ten points to the Indoor Cloud League account last night?
posted: Mar 27th, 2015 Lori Connor submitted the first Indoor Cloud League March videos from iFLY SF Bay earlier this week, and her Northern California Skydiving League group was one single point behind Florida's ICL team at iFLY Orlando. The Florida group went back to iFLY Orlando last night and was able to add ten points to the ICL account. The distance to iFLY SF Bay is 11 points now, while the Czech teams in the Hurricane Factory are still far ahead in 1st place for the March sequences. The Florida group had work to do in the A Class, where the first meeting... (more)

Did you know that Jan Klapka picked the best of 21 sequences for the Indoor Cloud League March results?
posted: Mar 25th, 2015 iFLY SF Bay and Hurricane Factory have submitted their first Indoor Cloud League videos and scores for the month of March, and the Czech teams are far ahead of indoor competitors in Florida and Northern California. Four different Czech teams have posted the highest scores so far for five of the six monthly sequences. Bad Boyz (AAA), HF Chicks (AA), PB Fire (A) and Flying Circus (RRR) are currently winning the internal Czech race to make it to the ICL leaderboard. Mimozemky added the two highscores for the RR and R Class sequences. Bad... (more)

Did you know that John Kretzschmer was the biggest Indoor Cloud League scorer for iFLY Orlando last Thursday?
posted: Mar 16th, 2015 Florida's Indoor Cloud League group did not get any help from the Golden Knights or any other top team at iFLY Orlando this month. There were more than enough 4-way top competitors nearby for the Paraclete XP Outdoor Championship 2015, including the Golden Knights, and the weather situation on Friday and Saturday would have offered enough opportunities for a quick trip to Orlando. However, the US top teams and the visitors from other countries were focused on... (more)

Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League generated another new NWSL team?
posted: Mar 12th, 2015 It is time for the BEST OF FEBRUARY videos of the Indoor Cloud League, as the first scores and videos for March will be posted very soon. The six participating tunnel groups in February generated a total of eight highscores for the six categories. The highscore for the A Class sequence (G,J,7) was most fought for, and three teams ended up tied with 23 points each. iFLY Orlando finished with additional three highscores, two of them (AAA - AA) performed by the Golden Knights. The Hurricane Factory claimed two highscores, while iFLY SF Bay... (more)

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 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)


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