Did you know that a brave Zircon-Zircon experience gave Northern California the upper ICL hand?
posted: Oct 31st, 2013 The leaderboard of the Indoor Cloud League for the month of October has new scores. Lori Connor, who has resumed the activities of the Northern California Skydiving League after a long break of one of the early leagues in the USA, submitted videos of her group, and iFLY SF Bay has taken the 2nd place at this point in time.
The participants at iFLY SF Bay had a great battle for the honor to get the scores posted for Northern California in the Rookie AAA Class where several different groups were flying the same sequence for October. This internal... (more)
Did you know that Northern California posted a highscore in the first Indoor Cloud League event at iFLY SF Bay?
posted: Sep 1st, 2013 The August leaderboard of the growing Indoor Cloud League is complete, even though the teams still have a few more days to turn in late videos of flying sessions that were held before September 1.
Deb Correia's Northwest Skydiving League team at iFLY Seattle took the 1st place with a new record total of 122 points for the six ICL sequences. Her group had won the May competition with a total of 121 points, which was her highest score until now.
Ari Perelman's Florida Skydiving League group at iFLY Orlando took the 2nd place for August,... (more)
Did you know that Northern California has generated world class competitors?
posted: Aug 11th, 2013 The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 24 July 2013 that the Northern California Skydiving League has a comeback next year. In fact, the first NCSL activities are on the way with skills camps and other preparations. The first NSL Tunnel Kicker at iFLY SF Bay is also coming up next week.
The story went far back in time and included the name of a competitor who participated in the early days of the Northern California Skydiving League, Formula4 member Chris... (more)
Did you know that the Indoor Cloud League continues to grow?
posted: Aug 3rd, 2013 The Indoor Cloud League competition for the month of July is over, and the Florida Skydiving League group took the first place once again at iFLY Orlando.
It was a very close game though between the Northwest Skydiving League group at iFLY Seattle and Florida in July, and the total score (131 - 112) does not reflect how close it actually was. The Northwest group won four of the five categories where scores and videos were provided for. Florida's lineup in the Rookie AAA Class, with three Pyro4ic members and player coach Brian Johnson, made... (more)