July 25, 2018

Location:  iFLY SF Bay Tunnel, 31310 Alvarado-Niles Road, Union City, CA

Organizer:   Northern California Skydiving League (“NCSL”) - Lori Connor – NCSL League Director

Cost:  $60 per slot (10 mins flight per team); must pre-register (see FB event pages for details)

When:  Bi-Monthly, 1st Thursday of every month (with a few exceptions when noted):

Spectators are welcome to attend and upon arrival just mention to the front desk you are a 3-Way Tunnel Scrambles fan and you will be provided an event program listing the teams and 3-way draw as well as information on how you can become certified to participate in future NCSL events. 

Eligibility:  To fly at the 3-Way Tunnel Scrambles you must either 1) be a licensed skydiver with a minimum 30 minutes of belly tunnel experience or 2) be a tunnel flyer signed off on IBA Level 1’s belly skills, and Level 2’s 2-way flying skills at a designated 3-way fall rate tunnel speed. 

The 3-Way Tunnel Scrambles are designed for fun and lot of skill building since the teams are formed by pairing one novice tunnel flyer with an advanced flyer along with a player coach.  Teams all fly a draw consisting of four separate sequences of 3-way formations.  The teams repeat each sequence twice, once for practice and then once taking it up a notch.  The series is not judged to keep the focus on fun and learning.  

The NCSL is the organizer who schedules and plans the 3-Way Tunnel Scrambles, creates/opens registrations, accepts registrations, organizes, provides 3-way experienced coaches, makes teams, facilitates, edits and creates select videos for the NCSL YouTube channel and provides updates for news stories. 

The NCSL 3-Way Scrambles are open to all skydivers and tunnel flyers who are or want to become part of the Indoor Cloud League and the NCSL indoor skydiving program.  The Tunnel Scrambles allows everyone to learn and improve their flying skills and progress in Formation Skydiving.  

Contact Information

For more information click on the below links:

NCSL Facebook page

NCSL YouTube Channel for Videos

NCSL Email: