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Did You Know...

... that Team ZEUS moved up into the next Indoor Cloud League category?

   
    Rookie AAA Class lineup at SkyVenture New Hampshire
posted Jan 15th, 2014 - The January competition of the Indoor Cloud League began with videos and scores from SkyVenture New Hampshire, where the annual indoor competition is coming up soon, as well. Brian Touhey's Northeast lineups posted scores for three categories early in January.

The Florida Skydiving League competitors followed up with scores and videos for all six categories on Monday night at iFLY Orlando and have taken the ICL lead for now.

The current total of 110 points will surely not be the winning number for the January sequences, but it is a good starting point for the FSL group at iFLY Orlando. The highest total was 162 points last year, and 110 points would have been good enough for the 5th place in December 2013...
January 2014AAA ClassAA ClassA ClassRookie AAARookie AARookie ATotal
RankTeamsJ,D,15,6J,D,Q,6J,D,6J,D,QM,J,DM,JTotal
1iFLY Orlando (US)16191716(-1)21(-3)21110
2SkyVenture New Hampshire (US)1113-16--40
3iFLY Seattle (US)-------
3Skydive Arena (CZ)-------
3iFLY SF Bay (US)-------
3SkyVenture Montreal (CA)-------
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21-pointer in the Rookie AA Class: Team ZEUS    
The Sun Path Products NSL News reported on 1 January 2014 how Rookie Class team ZEUS from Skydive City bailed out the Florida group in the last minute to tie the Northwest Skydiving League group at iFLY Seattle for the year and the 1st place.

The ICL December competition was the first time that ZEUS scored for the Florida group with the complete lineup, and the 42-pointer was the highest score for this category in the short history of the Indoor Cloud League. Center Inside Amer Kassas and Center Outside James Hopkins had also posted a 33-pointer with Gilles Dutrisac and Joel Kmetz in November and were not eligible for the Rookie A Class any longer.

However, no ZEUS member had any intention to go back to a Rookie A Class sequence and took on the sequence of the next category on Monday. The 21-pointer after three point deductions will probably not be the last ZEUS word for this month...BORDER=0 height=57 width=630


   
    21-pointer in the Rookie A Class: Debi Roif (left)
As usual, there were also new ICL competitors in the Florida group. Debi Roif started off the indoor training session at iFLY Orlando with 1-on-1 training, as she had not done any 4way before. Coach Robert Chromy prepared her for the first 4way flying session that followed later the same night.

Debi Roif's lineup for the Rookie A Class sequence then had coaches Robert Chromy and Gilles Dutrisac guiding her and Alix Raymond to the posted 21-pointer.

Seven different lineups posted the scores for Florida, and two of them competed against each other for the better performance. Dave Evans, Joel Kmetz, Alix Raymond and coach Robert Chromy eventually tied the 16-pointer that Robert Harris, Craig Sagalow, Steve Hubbard and coach Gilles Dutrisac posted, as well. Both teams had a 1-point deduction, and Robert Chromy's video shows one of the two 16-pointers. The Florida group is going back to iFLY Orlando at the end of the month.

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