FS 4-way AAA

Chameleons
ChameleonsCzechy
Flying Rebels
Flying RebelsCzechy
CUBS
CUBSCzechy
Sky4 Four
Sky4 FourPolska
Mistrzowie Polski FS4 2021.

FS 4-way AA

Rusalky
RusalkyCzechy
Czech junior AA team.

FS 4-way A

DARK Team
DARK TeamPolska
DARK – czyli Daniel, Agnieszka, Rafał i Krzysiek. To pierwszy rok naszej przygody z 4 way.

FS 4-way A

FS 4-way Rookie

TEEM iFLY Toronto VFSCanada

FS 2-way Advanced

Volosity Freestyle James Arnold
Volosity Freestyle James ArnoldUnited Kingdom
Jamie started competing with Volosity when he was fourteen years old. He went on to compete at Neo-Freestyle in the IBA Online Competition in 2012 but since then he has focused on Freefly and Dynamic (with his dynamic team The Dynamos). He is really looking forward to getting back to performing Freestyle. Jamie is also competing at Freestyle in the sky. He is nineteen years old old and has over 1000 jumps.
Marti Dedek
Marti DedekCzech Republic
I started skydiving ten years ago and with tunnel flying 3,5 years ago in Prague tunnel Hurricane factory(that time still Skydive arena). My first competition in D4W was after 7 months of working there on Knights of Prague and our team ,,3 and half men,, took the last place from 12 teams,since that I was participating with Hurricane factory team in WorlWar XP in 2014. Last year 2015 we had two competitions with my team Mad Ravens, on first White Nights we took first place and on Worldchampionship in Prague we took a second place.

I’m working as a chief instructor in tunnel Fly-in. Training there is completely diferent, because its 17′ wide, so get back to 14’again can be dificult sometimes.
For me is first time participating in freestyle, but I hope not the last one.

Olga Bakulina
Olga BakulinaRussia
I started to work at the FlyStation windtunnel at 2012. At the beginning I was doing more dynamic, but then also started to gain more interest in Freestyle. I did my first Freestyle solo competition at 1st FAI Indoor Skydiving World Cup 2014 in iFly Austin and won my first medal. Then I was also successfully competing at Russian Nationals and few international competitions like Wind Games and Charlewars. 
Raphael SCHWAIGERGermany

VFS 4-way OPEN

No Name VFS
No Name VFSPolska
Chłopaki z Wrocławia.
L. Laki Lukacs
L. Laki LukacsHungary
Sport Club: Madridfly
Team: Spacedevils
Birthdate: 17.02.2001
Home Tunnel: Madridfly- Madrid
Coach for WSCI 2016 – Leonid Volkov, Jonas Krasa
Choreographer: Leonid Volkov- Lukács L. Laki
Birthplace: Budapest-Hungary
Tunnel time : around 300 hrs
Sport history:
6th place on the FAI WISC Freestyle Junior category 2015
5th place at Windgames Freestyle category 2016
Personal Notes:
I am doing this sport not so long, so I have attended only at first world championship of indoor
skydiving and at Windgames 2016.
This year I go to high school so with my tunnel activity I really do not have much time. When I do
have I like skateboarding, downhill with my bike and taking photos and shooting some videos.
Kaitlyn Cummings
Kaitlyn CummingsUSA
I’m a 14 year old girl that’s been flying for about 5 years at the Ifly in Denver Colorado. I love the coaches and staff at Ifly Denver. They are like family to me. I also love playing volleyball and cheerleading. I have lots of friends that are supporting me when I go to Poland for the World Cup. But nobody has supported me like my dad. He takes me to practice every week and pays for all my practice time. Other than that I’m a typical 14 year old.
Malachi DeAthCanada

Dynamic 2-way

Dynamic Warsaw
Dynamic WarsawWarszawa
Aerial Jokers
Aerial JokersAustria
Flyspot Whale Hunters
Flyspot Whale HuntersPolska

Dynamic 4-way

Team Echochamber
Team EchochamberSweden
Team Echochamber was formed about a year ago by four former national team competitors that had been hibernating for a while.
Happy (and unbelievably handsome) faces, lots of laughter, light and intuitive flying is the key words for the team in its task of challenging for the top spot in Sweden, and thereby help pushing Swedish overall performance level for the coming years.
-Supported by #BodyflightStockholm #T3 #Haglofs #BevSuits #FlyCookie and deep pockets.
Weembi / France 3
Weembi / France 3France
This team train in Weembi Lille, a famous 17ft wind tunnel.
The 4 members are “olders” 4way skydiving world champions. Mathieu Bernier, Guillaume Bernier and Julien Degen with France and Roy Janssen with Belgium.
We took the 3rd place in Dubai in 2015 at the Clash of Champion.
Sky4 Four
Sky4 FourPoland
Sky4Four is National Polish FS4 Skydiving Team based in Skydive Warszawa Chrcynno Dropzone and Flyspot Indoor Skydiving.
Sky4 Four
Sky4 FourPoland
Sky4Four is National Polish FS4 Skydiving Team based in Skydive Warszawa Chrcynno Dropzone and Flyspot Indoor Skydiving.

Freestyle Open

Team X
Team XSweden
We are a FS4 female team and have been flying together since the Swedish Nationals in February 2016. In April we went to Voss for the Nordic Championships where we got an average on 16,6. The team members are Katarina Sonnevi (point), Johanna Forslund (OC), Lena Erlandsson (IC) and Bodil Almberg (tail).
Team X
Team XSweden
We are a FS4 female team and have been flying together since the Swedish Nationals in February 2016. In April we went to Voss for the Nordic Championships where we got an average on 16,6. The team members are Katarina Sonnevi (point), Johanna Forslund (OC), Lena Erlandsson (IC) and Bodil Almberg (tail).
Vešče
VeščeSlovenia
The team was formed in 2015, but this year we are competing with our alternate member Špela who is replacing Špela. Basically we picked our alternate based on her name :D
The 3 remaining members are Kristina, Kristina and Tina (see a pattern?).

Our team name Vešče can be translated as moths or witches – it comes from The Wicked Witch of the West.

France 2France

FS 4-way Junior Teams

Tunnel Vision
Tunnel VisionCanada
The Canadian Junior Teams, Tunnel Vision and Air Devils were formed in 2015 growing out of the iFly Toronto Kid’s Club. Kid’s Club was founded and led by Mike Fenton, former iFly Toronto Instructor, as a fun way for kids to learn new skills and progress through the Wind Tunnel Training Program. As the kids’ skills progressed the opportunity to participate in local scrambles and Canadian competitions became a reality.
The current Tunnel Vision and Air Devils team members include Malachi (Chewie), Ethan, Morgan and Hope as well as Emma, Yannick, Donovan and Matthew. The Tunnel Vision team members are all original team founders with Chewie and Hope also completing in Junior Artistic. Ethan and Morgan are also original fliers at iFly Toronto having flown regularly from the tunnel opening in 2014. The kids were the creative force behind selecting their team names.
Air Devils team member Donovan is the sole founding team member flying at iFly Toronto since its opening. Yannick is the newest team member flies out of SkyVenture Montreal and has multiple years of FS competition experience nationally and internationally. Emma started flying in 2014 with her family and will be competing as an Air Devil for the first time at WCIS 2016. Matthew has been flying for just over a year and also competes in Junior Artistic.
The teams have trained under Mike Fenton, as well as organizing camps with world-class skydivers and tunnel fliers including Katie Woods, Ben Lemay and JC Ouimet from Canada’s Team Evolution. The teams have gained attention from industry, securing over a dozen sponsors including iFly Toronto, SkyVenture and Frankais Suits. The sponsors have helped the teams with equipment and tunnel time for training.
Competitively the teams have flown in Canadian championships as well as the 2015 IBA North America Kids challenge and the IBA Chicago – Rosemont competition. In their first competition, Tunnel Vision placed 4th amongst seasoned adult skydivers and tunnel fliers—a huge accomplishment having officially formed a few short months before. Across the competitions the team members flying 4-way FS, 2-way FS, D2W and Artistic have collected 9 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze medals with 7 medals overall in 4-way FS.
The Canadian Tunnel Vision and Air Devils teams in it to win it, and have their eye on gold in Poland!
Voss Vind Girls
Voss Vind GirlsNorway
The team consists of 4 girls age 13, 14, 16 and 17.
Tree of them have been training together for a few years already, nr 4 is a new team member since late spring 2016. The girls look forward to compete and to meet the other competitors.
HF FliesCzech Republic
France JUNIOR 3France

VFS Open Teams

Wait for it
Wait for itFinland
A young little tunnel was feeling lonely, running idle all day long. It needed desperately some friends to play with. Something had come up and finally, finally the long waiting was over. Since those days team “Wait for it” has been flying together for six months, though some subtitutes has been flying around due some unfortunate injuries. The name of the team was chosen to raise expectations even higher despite the fact that team has not participated competitions before with this current composition.
GoldenKnights
GoldenKnightsUSA
The US Army “Golden Knights”, created its first vertical formation skydiving team during the 2014 competition season. Since then, the team has participated in a handful of US based tunnel and skydiving competitions. The current line-up has competed together once before, at the 2015 US Nationals in Eloy Arizona.
SDC Core
SDC CoreUSA
SDC Core has been flying together for 2 years. Stephanie and Jason are former members of SD Nexus VFS, Kai and Dusty are former members of Rockwell Airtime VFS. SDC Core is the current US representative for the World Meet 2016 for VFS.
TEEM iFLY Toronto VFSCanada

Solo Freestyle Open Performers

Volosity Freestyle James Arnold
Volosity Freestyle James ArnoldUnited Kingdom
Jamie started competing with Volosity when he was fourteen years old. He went on to compete at Neo-Freestyle in the IBA Online Competition in 2012 but since then he has focused on Freefly and Dynamic (with his dynamic team The Dynamos). He is really looking forward to getting back to performing Freestyle. Jamie is also competing at Freestyle in the sky. He is nineteen years old old and has over 1000 jumps.
Marti Dedek
Marti DedekCzech Republic
I started skydiving ten years ago and with tunnel flying 3,5 years ago in Prague tunnel Hurricane factory(that time still Skydive arena). My first competition in D4W was after 7 months of working there on Knights of Prague and our team ,,3 and half men,, took the last place from 12 teams,since that I was participating with Hurricane factory team in WorlWar XP in 2014. Last year 2015 we had two competitions with my team Mad Ravens, on first White Nights we took first place and on Worldchampionship in Prague we took a second place.

I’m working as a chief instructor in tunnel Fly-in. Training there is completely diferent, because its 17′ wide, so get back to 14’again can be dificult sometimes.
For me is first time participating in freestyle, but I hope not the last one.

Olga Bakulina
Olga BakulinaRussia
I started to work at the FlyStation windtunnel at 2012. At the beginning I was doing more dynamic, but then also started to gain more interest in Freestyle. I did my first Freestyle solo competition at 1st FAI Indoor Skydiving World Cup 2014 in iFly Austin and won my first medal. Then I was also successfully competing at Russian Nationals and few international competitions like Wind Games and Charlewars. 
Raphael SCHWAIGERGermany

Solo Freestyle Junior Performers

Amy Watson
Amy WatsonAustralia
I first tried Indoor Skydiving for my 9th birthday in July 2014. I then started kids club in February 2015 which was a slow way to learn so I started doing private lessons in May of 2015. The sport has only been in Australia for 2 years. I am currently the youngest person in Australia to be able to fly “head down”. My coach who taught me from the beginning is Matt Boag and my inspiration is Inka Tiitto who I ended up training with in Singapore in February this year. Inka has come to Sydney twice now to coach me and I am so grateful to have Inka spend her time teaching me.
I love the sport and can’t wait to improve my flying even more. I generally train 30 minutes each week.
L. Laki Lukacs
L. Laki LukacsHungary
Sport Club: Madridfly
Team: Spacedevils
Birthdate: 17.02.2001
Home Tunnel: Madridfly- Madrid
Coach for WSCI 2016 – Leonid Volkov, Jonas Krasa
Choreographer: Leonid Volkov- Lukács L. Laki
Birthplace: Budapest-Hungary
Tunnel time : around 300 hrs
Sport history:
6th place on the FAI WISC Freestyle Junior category 2015
5th place at Windgames Freestyle category 2016
Personal Notes:
I am doing this sport not so long, so I have attended only at first world championship of indoor
skydiving and at Windgames 2016.
This year I go to high school so with my tunnel activity I really do not have much time. When I do
have I like skateboarding, downhill with my bike and taking photos and shooting some videos.
Kaitlyn Cummings
Kaitlyn CummingsUSA
I’m a 14 year old girl that’s been flying for about 5 years at the Ifly in Denver Colorado. I love the coaches and staff at Ifly Denver. They are like family to me. I also love playing volleyball and cheerleading. I have lots of friends that are supporting me when I go to Poland for the World Cup. But nobody has supported me like my dad. He takes me to practice every week and pays for all my practice time. Other than that I’m a typical 14 year old.
Malachi DeAthCanada

Dynamic 2Way Teams

ISR Dynamic DutchessNetherlands
The Dynamos
The DynamosUnited Kingdom
Dan and Jamie have been flying together in The Dynamos since 2013 when the team was put together by Jake Diliberto as a four way dynamic team. Dan and Jamie only started flying together as a two way for The Bodyflight Bedford World Challenge this year, which they went on to win.
Team PapillonUnited Kingdom
Team Papillion is comprised of two British flyers; Emma Scrivener and Laura Kenyon.
The team have previously competed in Wind Games 2016 and Charlewars 2016. The girls have been flying together since Christmas 2015, taking an enforced break due to injury, but are now excited for the challenge of competing in Poland!
SUISSE ONESwitzerland

FS 4-way Open Teams

Team Echochamber
Team EchochamberSweden
Team Echochamber was formed about a year ago by four former national team competitors that had been hibernating for a while.
Happy (and unbelievably handsome) faces, lots of laughter, light and intuitive flying is the key words for the team in its task of challenging for the top spot in Sweden, and thereby help pushing Swedish overall performance level for the coming years.
-Supported by #BodyflightStockholm #T3 #Haglofs #BevSuits #FlyCookie and deep pockets.
Weembi / France 3
Weembi / France 3France
This team train in Weembi Lille, a famous 17ft wind tunnel.
The 4 members are “olders” 4way skydiving world champions. Mathieu Bernier, Guillaume Bernier and Julien Degen with France and Roy Janssen with Belgium.
We took the 3rd place in Dubai in 2015 at the Clash of Champion.
Sky4 Four
Sky4 FourPoland
Sky4Four is National Polish FS4 Skydiving Team based in Skydive Warszawa Chrcynno Dropzone and Flyspot Indoor Skydiving.
Sky4 Four
Sky4 FourPoland
Sky4Four is National Polish FS4 Skydiving Team based in Skydive Warszawa Chrcynno Dropzone and Flyspot Indoor Skydiving.

FS 4-way Female Teams

Team X
Team XSweden
We are a FS4 female team and have been flying together since the Swedish Nationals in February 2016. In April we went to Voss for the Nordic Championships where we got an average on 16,6. The team members are Katarina Sonnevi (point), Johanna Forslund (OC), Lena Erlandsson (IC) and Bodil Almberg (tail).
Team X
Team XSweden
We are a FS4 female team and have been flying together since the Swedish Nationals in February 2016. In April we went to Voss for the Nordic Championships where we got an average on 16,6. The team members are Katarina Sonnevi (point), Johanna Forslund (OC), Lena Erlandsson (IC) and Bodil Almberg (tail).
Vešče
VeščeSlovenia
The team was formed in 2015, but this year we are competing with our alternate member Špela who is replacing Špela. Basically we picked our alternate based on her name :D
The 3 remaining members are Kristina, Kristina and Tina (see a pattern?).

Our team name Vešče can be translated as moths or witches – it comes from The Wicked Witch of the West.

France 2France

FS 4-way Junior Teams

Tunnel Vision
Tunnel VisionCanada
The Canadian Junior Teams, Tunnel Vision and Air Devils were formed in 2015 growing out of the iFly Toronto Kid’s Club. Kid’s Club was founded and led by Mike Fenton, former iFly Toronto Instructor, as a fun way for kids to learn new skills and progress through the Wind Tunnel Training Program. As the kids’ skills progressed the opportunity to participate in local scrambles and Canadian competitions became a reality.
The current Tunnel Vision and Air Devils team members include Malachi (Chewie), Ethan, Morgan and Hope as well as Emma, Yannick, Donovan and Matthew. The Tunnel Vision team members are all original team founders with Chewie and Hope also completing in Junior Artistic. Ethan and Morgan are also original fliers at iFly Toronto having flown regularly from the tunnel opening in 2014. The kids were the creative force behind selecting their team names.
Air Devils team member Donovan is the sole founding team member flying at iFly Toronto since its opening. Yannick is the newest team member flies out of SkyVenture Montreal and has multiple years of FS competition experience nationally and internationally. Emma started flying in 2014 with her family and will be competing as an Air Devil for the first time at WCIS 2016. Matthew has been flying for just over a year and also competes in Junior Artistic.
The teams have trained under Mike Fenton, as well as organizing camps with world-class skydivers and tunnel fliers including Katie Woods, Ben Lemay and JC Ouimet from Canada’s Team Evolution. The teams have gained attention from industry, securing over a dozen sponsors including iFly Toronto, SkyVenture and Frankais Suits. The sponsors have helped the teams with equipment and tunnel time for training.
Competitively the teams have flown in Canadian championships as well as the 2015 IBA North America Kids challenge and the IBA Chicago – Rosemont competition. In their first competition, Tunnel Vision placed 4th amongst seasoned adult skydivers and tunnel fliers—a huge accomplishment having officially formed a few short months before. Across the competitions the team members flying 4-way FS, 2-way FS, D2W and Artistic have collected 9 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze medals with 7 medals overall in 4-way FS.
The Canadian Tunnel Vision and Air Devils teams in it to win it, and have their eye on gold in Poland!
Voss Vind Girls
Voss Vind GirlsNorway
The team consists of 4 girls age 13, 14, 16 and 17.
Tree of them have been training together for a few years already, nr 4 is a new team member since late spring 2016. The girls look forward to compete and to meet the other competitors.
HF FliesCzech Republic
France JUNIOR 3France

VFS Open Teams

Wait for it
Wait for itFinland
A young little tunnel was feeling lonely, running idle all day long. It needed desperately some friends to play with. Something had come up and finally, finally the long waiting was over. Since those days team “Wait for it” has been flying together for six months, though some subtitutes has been flying around due some unfortunate injuries. The name of the team was chosen to raise expectations even higher despite the fact that team has not participated competitions before with this current composition.
GoldenKnights
GoldenKnightsUSA
The US Army “Golden Knights”, created its first vertical formation skydiving team during the 2014 competition season. Since then, the team has participated in a handful of US based tunnel and skydiving competitions. The current line-up has competed together once before, at the 2015 US Nationals in Eloy Arizona.
SDC Core
SDC CoreUSA
SDC Core has been flying together for 2 years. Stephanie and Jason are former members of SD Nexus VFS, Kai and Dusty are former members of Rockwell Airtime VFS. SDC Core is the current US representative for the World Meet 2016 for VFS.
TEEM iFLY Toronto VFSCanada

Solo Freestyle Open Performers

Volosity Freestyle James Arnold
Volosity Freestyle James ArnoldUnited Kingdom
Jamie started competing with Volosity when he was fourteen years old. He went on to compete at Neo-Freestyle in the IBA Online Competition in 2012 but since then he has focused on Freefly and Dynamic (with his dynamic team The Dynamos). He is really looking forward to getting back to performing Freestyle. Jamie is also competing at Freestyle in the sky. He is nineteen years old old and has over 1000 jumps.
Marti Dedek
Marti DedekCzech Republic
I started skydiving ten years ago and with tunnel flying 3,5 years ago in Prague tunnel Hurricane factory(that time still Skydive arena). My first competition in D4W was after 7 months of working there on Knights of Prague and our team ,,3 and half men,, took the last place from 12 teams,since that I was participating with Hurricane factory team in WorlWar XP in 2014. Last year 2015 we had two competitions with my team Mad Ravens, on first White Nights we took first place and on Worldchampionship in Prague we took a second place.

I’m working as a chief instructor in tunnel Fly-in. Training there is completely diferent, because its 17′ wide, so get back to 14’again can be dificult sometimes.
For me is first time participating in freestyle, but I hope not the last one.

Olga Bakulina
Olga BakulinaRussia
I started to work at the FlyStation windtunnel at 2012. At the beginning I was doing more dynamic, but then also started to gain more interest in Freestyle. I did my first Freestyle solo competition at 1st FAI Indoor Skydiving World Cup 2014 in iFly Austin and won my first medal. Then I was also successfully competing at Russian Nationals and few international competitions like Wind Games and Charlewars. 
Raphael SCHWAIGERGermany

Solo Freestyle Junior Performers

Amy Watson
Amy WatsonAustralia
I first tried Indoor Skydiving for my 9th birthday in July 2014. I then started kids club in February 2015 which was a slow way to learn so I started doing private lessons in May of 2015. The sport has only been in Australia for 2 years. I am currently the youngest person in Australia to be able to fly “head down”. My coach who taught me from the beginning is Matt Boag and my inspiration is Inka Tiitto who I ended up training with in Singapore in February this year. Inka has come to Sydney twice now to coach me and I am so grateful to have Inka spend her time teaching me.
I love the sport and can’t wait to improve my flying even more. I generally train 30 minutes each week.
L. Laki Lukacs
L. Laki LukacsHungary
Sport Club: Madridfly
Team: Spacedevils
Birthdate: 17.02.2001
Home Tunnel: Madridfly- Madrid
Coach for WSCI 2016 – Leonid Volkov, Jonas Krasa
Choreographer: Leonid Volkov- Lukács L. Laki
Birthplace: Budapest-Hungary
Tunnel time : around 300 hrs
Sport history:
6th place on the FAI WISC Freestyle Junior category 2015
5th place at Windgames Freestyle category 2016
Personal Notes:
I am doing this sport not so long, so I have attended only at first world championship of indoor
skydiving and at Windgames 2016.
This year I go to high school so with my tunnel activity I really do not have much time. When I do
have I like skateboarding, downhill with my bike and taking photos and shooting some videos.
Kaitlyn Cummings
Kaitlyn CummingsUSA
I’m a 14 year old girl that’s been flying for about 5 years at the Ifly in Denver Colorado. I love the coaches and staff at Ifly Denver. They are like family to me. I also love playing volleyball and cheerleading. I have lots of friends that are supporting me when I go to Poland for the World Cup. But nobody has supported me like my dad. He takes me to practice every week and pays for all my practice time. Other than that I’m a typical 14 year old.
Malachi DeAthCanada

Dynamic 2Way Teams

ISR Dynamic DutchessNetherlands
The Dynamos
The DynamosUnited Kingdom
Dan and Jamie have been flying together in The Dynamos since 2013 when the team was put together by Jake Diliberto as a four way dynamic team. Dan and Jamie only started flying together as a two way for The Bodyflight Bedford World Challenge this year, which they went on to win.
Team PapillonUnited Kingdom
Team Papillion is comprised of two British flyers; Emma Scrivener and Laura Kenyon.
The team have previously competed in Wind Games 2016 and Charlewars 2016. The girls have been flying together since Christmas 2015, taking an enforced break due to injury, but are now excited for the challenge of competing in Poland!
SUISSE ONESwitzerland

FS 4-way Open Teams

Team Echochamber
Team EchochamberSweden
Team Echochamber was formed about a year ago by four former national team competitors that had been hibernating for a while.
Happy (and unbelievably handsome) faces, lots of laughter, light and intuitive flying is the key words for the team in its task of challenging for the top spot in Sweden, and thereby help pushing Swedish overall performance level for the coming years.
-Supported by #BodyflightStockholm #T3 #Haglofs #BevSuits #FlyCookie and deep pockets.
Weembi / France 3
Weembi / France 3France
This team train in Weembi Lille, a famous 17ft wind tunnel.
The 4 members are “olders” 4way skydiving world champions. Mathieu Bernier, Guillaume Bernier and Julien Degen with France and Roy Janssen with Belgium.
We took the 3rd place in Dubai in 2015 at the Clash of Champion.
Sky4 Four
Sky4 FourPoland
Sky4Four is National Polish FS4 Skydiving Team based in Skydive Warszawa Chrcynno Dropzone and Flyspot Indoor Skydiving.
Sky4 Four
Sky4 FourPoland
Sky4Four is National Polish FS4 Skydiving Team based in Skydive Warszawa Chrcynno Dropzone and Flyspot Indoor Skydiving.

FS 4-way Female Teams

Team X
Team XSweden
We are a FS4 female team and have been flying together since the Swedish Nationals in February 2016. In April we went to Voss for the Nordic Championships where we got an average on 16,6. The team members are Katarina Sonnevi (point), Johanna Forslund (OC), Lena Erlandsson (IC) and Bodil Almberg (tail).
Team X
Team XSweden
We are a FS4 female team and have been flying together since the Swedish Nationals in February 2016. In April we went to Voss for the Nordic Championships where we got an average on 16,6. The team members are Katarina Sonnevi (point), Johanna Forslund (OC), Lena Erlandsson (IC) and Bodil Almberg (tail).
Vešče
VeščeSlovenia
The team was formed in 2015, but this year we are competing with our alternate member Špela who is replacing Špela. Basically we picked our alternate based on her name :D
The 3 remaining members are Kristina, Kristina and Tina (see a pattern?).

Our team name Vešče can be translated as moths or witches – it comes from The Wicked Witch of the West.

France 2France

FS 4-way Junior Teams

Tunnel Vision
Tunnel VisionCanada
The Canadian Junior Teams, Tunnel Vision and Air Devils were formed in 2015 growing out of the iFly Toronto Kid’s Club. Kid’s Club was founded and led by Mike Fenton, former iFly Toronto Instructor, as a fun way for kids to learn new skills and progress through the Wind Tunnel Training Program. As the kids’ skills progressed the opportunity to participate in local scrambles and Canadian competitions became a reality.
The current Tunnel Vision and Air Devils team members include Malachi (Chewie), Ethan, Morgan and Hope as well as Emma, Yannick, Donovan and Matthew. The Tunnel Vision team members are all original team founders with Chewie and Hope also completing in Junior Artistic. Ethan and Morgan are also original fliers at iFly Toronto having flown regularly from the tunnel opening in 2014. The kids were the creative force behind selecting their team names.
Air Devils team member Donovan is the sole founding team member flying at iFly Toronto since its opening. Yannick is the newest team member flies out of SkyVenture Montreal and has multiple years of FS competition experience nationally and internationally. Emma started flying in 2014 with her family and will be competing as an Air Devil for the first time at WCIS 2016. Matthew has been flying for just over a year and also competes in Junior Artistic.
The teams have trained under Mike Fenton, as well as organizing camps with world-class skydivers and tunnel fliers including Katie Woods, Ben Lemay and JC Ouimet from Canada’s Team Evolution. The teams have gained attention from industry, securing over a dozen sponsors including iFly Toronto, SkyVenture and Frankais Suits. The sponsors have helped the teams with equipment and tunnel time for training.
Competitively the teams have flown in Canadian championships as well as the 2015 IBA North America Kids challenge and the IBA Chicago – Rosemont competition. In their first competition, Tunnel Vision placed 4th amongst seasoned adult skydivers and tunnel fliers—a huge accomplishment having officially formed a few short months before. Across the competitions the team members flying 4-way FS, 2-way FS, D2W and Artistic have collected 9 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze medals with 7 medals overall in 4-way FS.
The Canadian Tunnel Vision and Air Devils teams in it to win it, and have their eye on gold in Poland!
Voss Vind Girls
Voss Vind GirlsNorway
The team consists of 4 girls age 13, 14, 16 and 17.
Tree of them have been training together for a few years already, nr 4 is a new team member since late spring 2016. The girls look forward to compete and to meet the other competitors.
HF FliesCzech Republic
France JUNIOR 3France

VFS Open Teams

Wait for it
Wait for itFinland
A young little tunnel was feeling lonely, running idle all day long. It needed desperately some friends to play with. Something had come up and finally, finally the long waiting was over. Since those days team “Wait for it” has been flying together for six months, though some subtitutes has been flying around due some unfortunate injuries. The name of the team was chosen to raise expectations even higher despite the fact that team has not participated competitions before with this current composition.
GoldenKnights
GoldenKnightsUSA
The US Army “Golden Knights”, created its first vertical formation skydiving team during the 2014 competition season. Since then, the team has participated in a handful of US based tunnel and skydiving competitions. The current line-up has competed together once before, at the 2015 US Nationals in Eloy Arizona.
SDC Core
SDC CoreUSA
SDC Core has been flying together for 2 years. Stephanie and Jason are former members of SD Nexus VFS, Kai and Dusty are former members of Rockwell Airtime VFS. SDC Core is the current US representative for the World Meet 2016 for VFS.
TEEM iFLY Toronto VFSCanada

Solo Freestyle Open Performers

Volosity Freestyle James Arnold
Volosity Freestyle James ArnoldUnited Kingdom
Jamie started competing with Volosity when he was fourteen years old. He went on to compete at Neo-Freestyle in the IBA Online Competition in 2012 but since then he has focused on Freefly and Dynamic (with his dynamic team The Dynamos). He is really looking forward to getting back to performing Freestyle. Jamie is also competing at Freestyle in the sky. He is nineteen years old old and has over 1000 jumps.
Marti Dedek
Marti DedekCzech Republic
I started skydiving ten years ago and with tunnel flying 3,5 years ago in Prague tunnel Hurricane factory(that time still Skydive arena). My first competition in D4W was after 7 months of working there on Knights of Prague and our team ,,3 and half men,, took the last place from 12 teams,since that I was participating with Hurricane factory team in WorlWar XP in 2014. Last year 2015 we had two competitions with my team Mad Ravens, on first White Nights we took first place and on Worldchampionship in Prague we took a second place.

I’m working as a chief instructor in tunnel Fly-in. Training there is completely diferent, because its 17′ wide, so get back to 14’again can be dificult sometimes.
For me is first time participating in freestyle, but I hope not the last one.

Olga Bakulina
Olga BakulinaRussia
I started to work at the FlyStation windtunnel at 2012. At the beginning I was doing more dynamic, but then also started to gain more interest in Freestyle. I did my first Freestyle solo competition at 1st FAI Indoor Skydiving World Cup 2014 in iFly Austin and won my first medal. Then I was also successfully competing at Russian Nationals and few international competitions like Wind Games and Charlewars. 
Raphael SCHWAIGERGermany

Solo Freestyle Junior Performers

Amy Watson
Amy WatsonAustralia
I first tried Indoor Skydiving for my 9th birthday in July 2014. I then started kids club in February 2015 which was a slow way to learn so I started doing private lessons in May of 2015. The sport has only been in Australia for 2 years. I am currently the youngest person in Australia to be able to fly “head down”. My coach who taught me from the beginning is Matt Boag and my inspiration is Inka Tiitto who I ended up training with in Singapore in February this year. Inka has come to Sydney twice now to coach me and I am so grateful to have Inka spend her time teaching me.
I love the sport and can’t wait to improve my flying even more. I generally train 30 minutes each week.
L. Laki Lukacs
L. Laki LukacsHungary
Sport Club: Madridfly
Team: Spacedevils
Birthdate: 17.02.2001
Home Tunnel: Madridfly- Madrid
Coach for WSCI 2016 – Leonid Volkov, Jonas Krasa
Choreographer: Leonid Volkov- Lukács L. Laki
Birthplace: Budapest-Hungary
Tunnel time : around 300 hrs
Sport history:
6th place on the FAI WISC Freestyle Junior category 2015
5th place at Windgames Freestyle category 2016
Personal Notes:
I am doing this sport not so long, so I have attended only at first world championship of indoor
skydiving and at Windgames 2016.
This year I go to high school so with my tunnel activity I really do not have much time. When I do
have I like skateboarding, downhill with my bike and taking photos and shooting some videos.
Kaitlyn Cummings
Kaitlyn CummingsUSA
I’m a 14 year old girl that’s been flying for about 5 years at the Ifly in Denver Colorado. I love the coaches and staff at Ifly Denver. They are like family to me. I also love playing volleyball and cheerleading. I have lots of friends that are supporting me when I go to Poland for the World Cup. But nobody has supported me like my dad. He takes me to practice every week and pays for all my practice time. Other than that I’m a typical 14 year old.
Malachi DeAthCanada

Dynamic 2Way Teams

ISR Dynamic DutchessNetherlands
The Dynamos
The DynamosUnited Kingdom
Dan and Jamie have been flying together in The Dynamos since 2013 when the team was put together by Jake Diliberto as a four way dynamic team. Dan and Jamie only started flying together as a two way for The Bodyflight Bedford World Challenge this year, which they went on to win.
Team PapillonUnited Kingdom
Team Papillion is comprised of two British flyers; Emma Scrivener and Laura Kenyon.
The team have previously competed in Wind Games 2016 and Charlewars 2016. The girls have been flying together since Christmas 2015, taking an enforced break due to injury, but are now excited for the challenge of competing in Poland!
SUISSE ONESwitzerland

FS 4-way Open Teams

Team Echochamber
Team EchochamberSweden
Team Echochamber was formed about a year ago by four former national team competitors that had been hibernating for a while.
Happy (and unbelievably handsome) faces, lots of laughter, light and intuitive flying is the key words for the team in its task of challenging for the top spot in Sweden, and thereby help pushing Swedish overall performance level for the coming years.
-Supported by #BodyflightStockholm #T3 #Haglofs #BevSuits #FlyCookie and deep pockets.
Weembi / France 3
Weembi / France 3France
This team train in Weembi Lille, a famous 17ft wind tunnel.
The 4 members are “olders” 4way skydiving world champions. Mathieu Bernier, Guillaume Bernier and Julien Degen with France and Roy Janssen with Belgium.
We took the 3rd place in Dubai in 2015 at the Clash of Champion.
Sky4 Four
Sky4 FourPoland
Sky4Four is National Polish FS4 Skydiving Team based in Skydive Warszawa Chrcynno Dropzone and Flyspot Indoor Skydiving.
Sky4 Four
Sky4 FourPoland
Sky4Four is National Polish FS4 Skydiving Team based in Skydive Warszawa Chrcynno Dropzone and Flyspot Indoor Skydiving.

FS 4-way Female Teams

Team X
Team XSweden
We are a FS4 female team and have been flying together since the Swedish Nationals in February 2016. In April we went to Voss for the Nordic Championships where we got an average on 16,6. The team members are Katarina Sonnevi (point), Johanna Forslund (OC), Lena Erlandsson (IC) and Bodil Almberg (tail).
Team X
Team XSweden
We are a FS4 female team and have been flying together since the Swedish Nationals in February 2016. In April we went to Voss for the Nordic Championships where we got an average on 16,6. The team members are Katarina Sonnevi (point), Johanna Forslund (OC), Lena Erlandsson (IC) and Bodil Almberg (tail).
Vešče
VeščeSlovenia
The team was formed in 2015, but this year we are competing with our alternate member Špela who is replacing Špela. Basically we picked our alternate based on her name :D
The 3 remaining members are Kristina, Kristina and Tina (see a pattern?).

Our team name Vešče can be translated as moths or witches – it comes from The Wicked Witch of the West.

France 2France

FS 4-way Junior Teams

Tunnel Vision
Tunnel VisionCanada
The Canadian Junior Teams, Tunnel Vision and Air Devils were formed in 2015 growing out of the iFly Toronto Kid’s Club. Kid’s Club was founded and led by Mike Fenton, former iFly Toronto Instructor, as a fun way for kids to learn new skills and progress through the Wind Tunnel Training Program. As the kids’ skills progressed the opportunity to participate in local scrambles and Canadian competitions became a reality.
The current Tunnel Vision and Air Devils team members include Malachi (Chewie), Ethan, Morgan and Hope as well as Emma, Yannick, Donovan and Matthew. The Tunnel Vision team members are all original team founders with Chewie and Hope also completing in Junior Artistic. Ethan and Morgan are also original fliers at iFly Toronto having flown regularly from the tunnel opening in 2014. The kids were the creative force behind selecting their team names.
Air Devils team member Donovan is the sole founding team member flying at iFly Toronto since its opening. Yannick is the newest team member flies out of SkyVenture Montreal and has multiple years of FS competition experience nationally and internationally. Emma started flying in 2014 with her family and will be competing as an Air Devil for the first time at WCIS 2016. Matthew has been flying for just over a year and also competes in Junior Artistic.
The teams have trained under Mike Fenton, as well as organizing camps with world-class skydivers and tunnel fliers including Katie Woods, Ben Lemay and JC Ouimet from Canada’s Team Evolution. The teams have gained attention from industry, securing over a dozen sponsors including iFly Toronto, SkyVenture and Frankais Suits. The sponsors have helped the teams with equipment and tunnel time for training.
Competitively the teams have flown in Canadian championships as well as the 2015 IBA North America Kids challenge and the IBA Chicago – Rosemont competition. In their first competition, Tunnel Vision placed 4th amongst seasoned adult skydivers and tunnel fliers—a huge accomplishment having officially formed a few short months before. Across the competitions the team members flying 4-way FS, 2-way FS, D2W and Artistic have collected 9 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze medals with 7 medals overall in 4-way FS.
The Canadian Tunnel Vision and Air Devils teams in it to win it, and have their eye on gold in Poland!
Voss Vind Girls
Voss Vind GirlsNorway
The team consists of 4 girls age 13, 14, 16 and 17.
Tree of them have been training together for a few years already, nr 4 is a new team member since late spring 2016. The girls look forward to compete and to meet the other competitors.
HF FliesCzech Republic
France JUNIOR 3France

VFS Open Teams

Wait for it
Wait for itFinland
A young little tunnel was feeling lonely, running idle all day long. It needed desperately some friends to play with. Something had come up and finally, finally the long waiting was over. Since those days team “Wait for it” has been flying together for six months, though some subtitutes has been flying around due some unfortunate injuries. The name of the team was chosen to raise expectations even higher despite the fact that team has not participated competitions before with this current composition.
GoldenKnights
GoldenKnightsUSA
The US Army “Golden Knights”, created its first vertical formation skydiving team during the 2014 competition season. Since then, the team has participated in a handful of US based tunnel and skydiving competitions. The current line-up has competed together once before, at the 2015 US Nationals in Eloy Arizona.
SDC Core
SDC CoreUSA
SDC Core has been flying together for 2 years. Stephanie and Jason are former members of SD Nexus VFS, Kai and Dusty are former members of Rockwell Airtime VFS. SDC Core is the current US representative for the World Meet 2016 for VFS.
TEEM iFLY Toronto VFSCanada

Solo Freestyle Open Performers

Volosity Freestyle James Arnold
Volosity Freestyle James ArnoldUnited Kingdom
Jamie started competing with Volosity when he was fourteen years old. He went on to compete at Neo-Freestyle in the IBA Online Competition in 2012 but since then he has focused on Freefly and Dynamic (with his dynamic team The Dynamos). He is really looking forward to getting back to performing Freestyle. Jamie is also competing at Freestyle in the sky. He is nineteen years old old and has over 1000 jumps.
Marti Dedek
Marti DedekCzech Republic
I started skydiving ten years ago and with tunnel flying 3,5 years ago in Prague tunnel Hurricane factory(that time still Skydive arena). My first competition in D4W was after 7 months of working there on Knights of Prague and our team ,,3 and half men,, took the last place from 12 teams,since that I was participating with Hurricane factory team in WorlWar XP in 2014. Last year 2015 we had two competitions with my team Mad Ravens, on first White Nights we took first place and on Worldchampionship in Prague we took a second place.

I’m working as a chief instructor in tunnel Fly-in. Training there is completely diferent, because its 17′ wide, so get back to 14’again can be dificult sometimes.
For me is first time participating in freestyle, but I hope not the last one.

Olga Bakulina
Olga BakulinaRussia
I started to work at the FlyStation windtunnel at 2012. At the beginning I was doing more dynamic, but then also started to gain more interest in Freestyle. I did my first Freestyle solo competition at 1st FAI Indoor Skydiving World Cup 2014 in iFly Austin and won my first medal. Then I was also successfully competing at Russian Nationals and few international competitions like Wind Games and Charlewars. 
Raphael SCHWAIGERGermany

Solo Freestyle Junior Performers

Amy Watson
Amy WatsonAustralia
I first tried Indoor Skydiving for my 9th birthday in July 2014. I then started kids club in February 2015 which was a slow way to learn so I started doing private lessons in May of 2015. The sport has only been in Australia for 2 years. I am currently the youngest person in Australia to be able to fly “head down”. My coach who taught me from the beginning is Matt Boag and my inspiration is Inka Tiitto who I ended up training with in Singapore in February this year. Inka has come to Sydney twice now to coach me and I am so grateful to have Inka spend her time teaching me.
I love the sport and can’t wait to improve my flying even more. I generally train 30 minutes each week.
L. Laki Lukacs
L. Laki LukacsHungary
Sport Club: Madridfly
Team: Spacedevils
Birthdate: 17.02.2001
Home Tunnel: Madridfly- Madrid
Coach for WSCI 2016 – Leonid Volkov, Jonas Krasa
Choreographer: Leonid Volkov- Lukács L. Laki
Birthplace: Budapest-Hungary
Tunnel time : around 300 hrs
Sport history:
6th place on the FAI WISC Freestyle Junior category 2015
5th place at Windgames Freestyle category 2016
Personal Notes:
I am doing this sport not so long, so I have attended only at first world championship of indoor
skydiving and at Windgames 2016.
This year I go to high school so with my tunnel activity I really do not have much time. When I do
have I like skateboarding, downhill with my bike and taking photos and shooting some videos.
Kaitlyn Cummings
Kaitlyn CummingsUSA
I’m a 14 year old girl that’s been flying for about 5 years at the Ifly in Denver Colorado. I love the coaches and staff at Ifly Denver. They are like family to me. I also love playing volleyball and cheerleading. I have lots of friends that are supporting me when I go to Poland for the World Cup. But nobody has supported me like my dad. He takes me to practice every week and pays for all my practice time. Other than that I’m a typical 14 year old.
Malachi DeAthCanada

Dynamic 2Way Teams

ISR Dynamic DutchessNetherlands
The Dynamos
The DynamosUnited Kingdom
Dan and Jamie have been flying together in The Dynamos since 2013 when the team was put together by Jake Diliberto as a four way dynamic team. Dan and Jamie only started flying together as a two way for The Bodyflight Bedford World Challenge this year, which they went on to win.
Team PapillonUnited Kingdom
Team Papillion is comprised of two British flyers; Emma Scrivener and Laura Kenyon.
The team have previously competed in Wind Games 2016 and Charlewars 2016. The girls have been flying together since Christmas 2015, taking an enforced break due to injury, but are now excited for the challenge of competing in Poland!
SUISSE ONESwitzerland

FS 4-way Open Teams

Team Echochamber
Team EchochamberSweden
Team Echochamber was formed about a year ago by four former national team competitors that had been hibernating for a while.
Happy (and unbelievably handsome) faces, lots of laughter, light and intuitive flying is the key words for the team in its task of challenging for the top spot in Sweden, and thereby help pushing Swedish overall performance level for the coming years.
-Supported by #BodyflightStockholm #T3 #Haglofs #BevSuits #FlyCookie and deep pockets.
Weembi / France 3
Weembi / France 3France
This team train in Weembi Lille, a famous 17ft wind tunnel.
The 4 members are “olders” 4way skydiving world champions. Mathieu Bernier, Guillaume Bernier and Julien Degen with France and Roy Janssen with Belgium.
We took the 3rd place in Dubai in 2015 at the Clash of Champion.
Sky4 Four
Sky4 FourPoland
Sky4Four is National Polish FS4 Skydiving Team based in Skydive Warszawa Chrcynno Dropzone and Flyspot Indoor Skydiving.
Sky4 Four
Sky4 FourPoland
Sky4Four is National Polish FS4 Skydiving Team based in Skydive Warszawa Chrcynno Dropzone and Flyspot Indoor Skydiving.

FS 4-way Female Teams

Team X
Team XSweden
We are a FS4 female team and have been flying together since the Swedish Nationals in February 2016. In April we went to Voss for the Nordic Championships where we got an average on 16,6. The team members are Katarina Sonnevi (point), Johanna Forslund (OC), Lena Erlandsson (IC) and Bodil Almberg (tail).
Team X
Team XSweden
We are a FS4 female team and have been flying together since the Swedish Nationals in February 2016. In April we went to Voss for the Nordic Championships where we got an average on 16,6. The team members are Katarina Sonnevi (point), Johanna Forslund (OC), Lena Erlandsson (IC) and Bodil Almberg (tail).
Vešče
VeščeSlovenia
The team was formed in 2015, but this year we are competing with our alternate member Špela who is replacing Špela. Basically we picked our alternate based on her name :D
The 3 remaining members are Kristina, Kristina and Tina (see a pattern?).

Our team name Vešče can be translated as moths or witches – it comes from The Wicked Witch of the West.

France 2France

FS 4-way Junior Teams

Tunnel Vision
Tunnel VisionCanada
The Canadian Junior Teams, Tunnel Vision and Air Devils were formed in 2015 growing out of the iFly Toronto Kid’s Club. Kid’s Club was founded and led by Mike Fenton, former iFly Toronto Instructor, as a fun way for kids to learn new skills and progress through the Wind Tunnel Training Program. As the kids’ skills progressed the opportunity to participate in local scrambles and Canadian competitions became a reality.
The current Tunnel Vision and Air Devils team members include Malachi (Chewie), Ethan, Morgan and Hope as well as Emma, Yannick, Donovan and Matthew. The Tunnel Vision team members are all original team founders with Chewie and Hope also completing in Junior Artistic. Ethan and Morgan are also original fliers at iFly Toronto having flown regularly from the tunnel opening in 2014. The kids were the creative force behind selecting their team names.
Air Devils team member Donovan is the sole founding team member flying at iFly Toronto since its opening. Yannick is the newest team member flies out of SkyVenture Montreal and has multiple years of FS competition experience nationally and internationally. Emma started flying in 2014 with her family and will be competing as an Air Devil for the first time at WCIS 2016. Matthew has been flying for just over a year and also competes in Junior Artistic.
The teams have trained under Mike Fenton, as well as organizing camps with world-class skydivers and tunnel fliers including Katie Woods, Ben Lemay and JC Ouimet from Canada’s Team Evolution. The teams have gained attention from industry, securing over a dozen sponsors including iFly Toronto, SkyVenture and Frankais Suits. The sponsors have helped the teams with equipment and tunnel time for training.
Competitively the teams have flown in Canadian championships as well as the 2015 IBA North America Kids challenge and the IBA Chicago – Rosemont competition. In their first competition, Tunnel Vision placed 4th amongst seasoned adult skydivers and tunnel fliers—a huge accomplishment having officially formed a few short months before. Across the competitions the team members flying 4-way FS, 2-way FS, D2W and Artistic have collected 9 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze medals with 7 medals overall in 4-way FS.
The Canadian Tunnel Vision and Air Devils teams in it to win it, and have their eye on gold in Poland!
Voss Vind Girls
Voss Vind GirlsNorway
The team consists of 4 girls age 13, 14, 16 and 17.
Tree of them have been training together for a few years already, nr 4 is a new team member since late spring 2016. The girls look forward to compete and to meet the other competitors.
HF FliesCzech Republic
France JUNIOR 3France

VFS Open Teams

Wait for it
Wait for itFinland
A young little tunnel was feeling lonely, running idle all day long. It needed desperately some friends to play with. Something had come up and finally, finally the long waiting was over. Since those days team “Wait for it” has been flying together for six months, though some subtitutes has been flying around due some unfortunate injuries. The name of the team was chosen to raise expectations even higher despite the fact that team has not participated competitions before with this current composition.
GoldenKnights
GoldenKnightsUSA
The US Army “Golden Knights”, created its first vertical formation skydiving team during the 2014 competition season. Since then, the team has participated in a handful of US based tunnel and skydiving competitions. The current line-up has competed together once before, at the 2015 US Nationals in Eloy Arizona.
SDC Core
SDC CoreUSA
SDC Core has been flying together for 2 years. Stephanie and Jason are former members of SD Nexus VFS, Kai and Dusty are former members of Rockwell Airtime VFS. SDC Core is the current US representative for the World Meet 2016 for VFS.
TEEM iFLY Toronto VFSCanada

Solo Freestyle Open Performers

Volosity Freestyle James Arnold
Volosity Freestyle James ArnoldUnited Kingdom
Jamie started competing with Volosity when he was fourteen years old. He went on to compete at Neo-Freestyle in the IBA Online Competition in 2012 but since then he has focused on Freefly and Dynamic (with his dynamic team The Dynamos). He is really looking forward to getting back to performing Freestyle. Jamie is also competing at Freestyle in the sky. He is nineteen years old old and has over 1000 jumps.
Marti Dedek
Marti DedekCzech Republic
I started skydiving ten years ago and with tunnel flying 3,5 years ago in Prague tunnel Hurricane factory(that time still Skydive arena). My first competition in D4W was after 7 months of working there on Knights of Prague and our team ,,3 and half men,, took the last place from 12 teams,since that I was participating with Hurricane factory team in WorlWar XP in 2014. Last year 2015 we had two competitions with my team Mad Ravens, on first White Nights we took first place and on Worldchampionship in Prague we took a second place.

I’m working as a chief instructor in tunnel Fly-in. Training there is completely diferent, because its 17′ wide, so get back to 14’again can be dificult sometimes.
For me is first time participating in freestyle, but I hope not the last one.

Olga Bakulina
Olga BakulinaRussia
I started to work at the FlyStation windtunnel at 2012. At the beginning I was doing more dynamic, but then also started to gain more interest in Freestyle. I did my first Freestyle solo competition at 1st FAI Indoor Skydiving World Cup 2014 in iFly Austin and won my first medal. Then I was also successfully competing at Russian Nationals and few international competitions like Wind Games and Charlewars. 
Raphael SCHWAIGERGermany

Solo Freestyle Junior Performers

Amy Watson
Amy WatsonAustralia
I first tried Indoor Skydiving for my 9th birthday in July 2014. I then started kids club in February 2015 which was a slow way to learn so I started doing private lessons in May of 2015. The sport has only been in Australia for 2 years. I am currently the youngest person in Australia to be able to fly “head down”. My coach who taught me from the beginning is Matt Boag and my inspiration is Inka Tiitto who I ended up training with in Singapore in February this year. Inka has come to Sydney twice now to coach me and I am so grateful to have Inka spend her time teaching me.
I love the sport and can’t wait to improve my flying even more. I generally train 30 minutes each week.
L. Laki Lukacs
L. Laki LukacsHungary
Sport Club: Madridfly
Team: Spacedevils
Birthdate: 17.02.2001
Home Tunnel: Madridfly- Madrid
Coach for WSCI 2016 – Leonid Volkov, Jonas Krasa
Choreographer: Leonid Volkov- Lukács L. Laki
Birthplace: Budapest-Hungary
Tunnel time : around 300 hrs
Sport history:
6th place on the FAI WISC Freestyle Junior category 2015
5th place at Windgames Freestyle category 2016
Personal Notes:
I am doing this sport not so long, so I have attended only at first world championship of indoor
skydiving and at Windgames 2016.
This year I go to high school so with my tunnel activity I really do not have much time. When I do
have I like skateboarding, downhill with my bike and taking photos and shooting some videos.
Kaitlyn Cummings
Kaitlyn CummingsUSA
I’m a 14 year old girl that’s been flying for about 5 years at the Ifly in Denver Colorado. I love the coaches and staff at Ifly Denver. They are like family to me. I also love playing volleyball and cheerleading. I have lots of friends that are supporting me when I go to Poland for the World Cup. But nobody has supported me like my dad. He takes me to practice every week and pays for all my practice time. Other than that I’m a typical 14 year old.
Malachi DeAthCanada

Dynamic 2Way Teams

ISR Dynamic DutchessNetherlands
The Dynamos
The DynamosUnited Kingdom
Dan and Jamie have been flying together in The Dynamos since 2013 when the team was put together by Jake Diliberto as a four way dynamic team. Dan and Jamie only started flying together as a two way for The Bodyflight Bedford World Challenge this year, which they went on to win.
Team PapillonUnited Kingdom
Team Papillion is comprised of two British flyers; Emma Scrivener and Laura Kenyon.
The team have previously competed in Wind Games 2016 and Charlewars 2016. The girls have been flying together since Christmas 2015, taking an enforced break due to injury, but are now excited for the challenge of competing in Poland!
SUISSE ONESwitzerland

FS 4-way Open Teams

Team Echochamber
Team EchochamberSweden
Team Echochamber was formed about a year ago by four former national team competitors that had been hibernating for a while.
Happy (and unbelievably handsome) faces, lots of laughter, light and intuitive flying is the key words for the team in its task of challenging for the top spot in Sweden, and thereby help pushing Swedish overall performance level for the coming years.
-Supported by #BodyflightStockholm #T3 #Haglofs #BevSuits #FlyCookie and deep pockets.
Weembi / France 3
Weembi / France 3France
This team train in Weembi Lille, a famous 17ft wind tunnel.
The 4 members are “olders” 4way skydiving world champions. Mathieu Bernier, Guillaume Bernier and Julien Degen with France and Roy Janssen with Belgium.
We took the 3rd place in Dubai in 2015 at the Clash of Champion.
Sky4 Four
Sky4 FourPoland
Sky4Four is National Polish FS4 Skydiving Team based in Skydive Warszawa Chrcynno Dropzone and Flyspot Indoor Skydiving.
Sky4 Four
Sky4 FourPoland
Sky4Four is National Polish FS4 Skydiving Team based in Skydive Warszawa Chrcynno Dropzone and Flyspot Indoor Skydiving.

FS 4-way Female Teams

Team X
Team XSweden
We are a FS4 female team and have been flying together since the Swedish Nationals in February 2016. In April we went to Voss for the Nordic Championships where we got an average on 16,6. The team members are Katarina Sonnevi (point), Johanna Forslund (OC), Lena Erlandsson (IC) and Bodil Almberg (tail).
Team X
Team XSweden
We are a FS4 female team and have been flying together since the Swedish Nationals in February 2016. In April we went to Voss for the Nordic Championships where we got an average on 16,6. The team members are Katarina Sonnevi (point), Johanna Forslund (OC), Lena Erlandsson (IC) and Bodil Almberg (tail).
Vešče
VeščeSlovenia
The team was formed in 2015, but this year we are competing with our alternate member Špela who is replacing Špela. Basically we picked our alternate based on her name :D
The 3 remaining members are Kristina, Kristina and Tina (see a pattern?).

Our team name Vešče can be translated as moths or witches – it comes from The Wicked Witch of the West.

France 2France

FS 4-way Junior Teams

Tunnel Vision
Tunnel VisionCanada
The Canadian Junior Teams, Tunnel Vision and Air Devils were formed in 2015 growing out of the iFly Toronto Kid’s Club. Kid’s Club was founded and led by Mike Fenton, former iFly Toronto Instructor, as a fun way for kids to learn new skills and progress through the Wind Tunnel Training Program. As the kids’ skills progressed the opportunity to participate in local scrambles and Canadian competitions became a reality.
The current Tunnel Vision and Air Devils team members include Malachi (Chewie), Ethan, Morgan and Hope as well as Emma, Yannick, Donovan and Matthew. The Tunnel Vision team members are all original team founders with Chewie and Hope also completing in Junior Artistic. Ethan and Morgan are also original fliers at iFly Toronto having flown regularly from the tunnel opening in 2014. The kids were the creative force behind selecting their team names.
Air Devils team member Donovan is the sole founding team member flying at iFly Toronto since its opening. Yannick is the newest team member flies out of SkyVenture Montreal and has multiple years of FS competition experience nationally and internationally. Emma started flying in 2014 with her family and will be competing as an Air Devil for the first time at WCIS 2016. Matthew has been flying for just over a year and also competes in Junior Artistic.
The teams have trained under Mike Fenton, as well as organizing camps with world-class skydivers and tunnel fliers including Katie Woods, Ben Lemay and JC Ouimet from Canada’s Team Evolution. The teams have gained attention from industry, securing over a dozen sponsors including iFly Toronto, SkyVenture and Frankais Suits. The sponsors have helped the teams with equipment and tunnel time for training.
Competitively the teams have flown in Canadian championships as well as the 2015 IBA North America Kids challenge and the IBA Chicago – Rosemont competition. In their first competition, Tunnel Vision placed 4th amongst seasoned adult skydivers and tunnel fliers—a huge accomplishment having officially formed a few short months before. Across the competitions the team members flying 4-way FS, 2-way FS, D2W and Artistic have collected 9 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze medals with 7 medals overall in 4-way FS.
The Canadian Tunnel Vision and Air Devils teams in it to win it, and have their eye on gold in Poland!
Voss Vind Girls
Voss Vind GirlsNorway
The team consists of 4 girls age 13, 14, 16 and 17.
Tree of them have been training together for a few years already, nr 4 is a new team member since late spring 2016. The girls look forward to compete and to meet the other competitors.
HF FliesCzech Republic
France JUNIOR 3France

VFS Open Teams

Wait for it
Wait for itFinland
A young little tunnel was feeling lonely, running idle all day long. It needed desperately some friends to play with. Something had come up and finally, finally the long waiting was over. Since those days team “Wait for it” has been flying together for six months, though some subtitutes has been flying around due some unfortunate injuries. The name of the team was chosen to raise expectations even higher despite the fact that team has not participated competitions before with this current composition.
GoldenKnights
GoldenKnightsUSA
The US Army “Golden Knights”, created its first vertical formation skydiving team during the 2014 competition season. Since then, the team has participated in a handful of US based tunnel and skydiving competitions. The current line-up has competed together once before, at the 2015 US Nationals in Eloy Arizona.
SDC Core
SDC CoreUSA
SDC Core has been flying together for 2 years. Stephanie and Jason are former members of SD Nexus VFS, Kai and Dusty are former members of Rockwell Airtime VFS. SDC Core is the current US representative for the World Meet 2016 for VFS.
TEEM iFLY Toronto VFSCanada

Solo Freestyle Open Performers

Volosity Freestyle James Arnold
Volosity Freestyle James ArnoldUnited Kingdom
Jamie started competing with Volosity when he was fourteen years old. He went on to compete at Neo-Freestyle in the IBA Online Competition in 2012 but since then he has focused on Freefly and Dynamic (with his dynamic team The Dynamos). He is really looking forward to getting back to performing Freestyle. Jamie is also competing at Freestyle in the sky. He is nineteen years old old and has over 1000 jumps.
Marti Dedek
Marti DedekCzech Republic
I started skydiving ten years ago and with tunnel flying 3,5 years ago in Prague tunnel Hurricane factory(that time still Skydive arena). My first competition in D4W was after 7 months of working there on Knights of Prague and our team ,,3 and half men,, took the last place from 12 teams,since that I was participating with Hurricane factory team in WorlWar XP in 2014. Last year 2015 we had two competitions with my team Mad Ravens, on first White Nights we took first place and on Worldchampionship in Prague we took a second place.

I’m working as a chief instructor in tunnel Fly-in. Training there is completely diferent, because its 17′ wide, so get back to 14’again can be dificult sometimes.
For me is first time participating in freestyle, but I hope not the last one.

Olga Bakulina
Olga BakulinaRussia
I started to work at the FlyStation windtunnel at 2012. At the beginning I was doing more dynamic, but then also started to gain more interest in Freestyle. I did my first Freestyle solo competition at 1st FAI Indoor Skydiving World Cup 2014 in iFly Austin and won my first medal. Then I was also successfully competing at Russian Nationals and few international competitions like Wind Games and Charlewars. 
Raphael SCHWAIGERGermany

Solo Freestyle Junior Performers

Amy Watson
Amy WatsonAustralia
I first tried Indoor Skydiving for my 9th birthday in July 2014. I then started kids club in February 2015 which was a slow way to learn so I started doing private lessons in May of 2015. The sport has only been in Australia for 2 years. I am currently the youngest person in Australia to be able to fly “head down”. My coach who taught me from the beginning is Matt Boag and my inspiration is Inka Tiitto who I ended up training with in Singapore in February this year. Inka has come to Sydney twice now to coach me and I am so grateful to have Inka spend her time teaching me.
I love the sport and can’t wait to improve my flying even more. I generally train 30 minutes each week.
L. Laki Lukacs
L. Laki LukacsHungary
Sport Club: Madridfly
Team: Spacedevils
Birthdate: 17.02.2001
Home Tunnel: Madridfly- Madrid
Coach for WSCI 2016 – Leonid Volkov, Jonas Krasa
Choreographer: Leonid Volkov- Lukács L. Laki
Birthplace: Budapest-Hungary
Tunnel time : around 300 hrs
Sport history:
6th place on the FAI WISC Freestyle Junior category 2015
5th place at Windgames Freestyle category 2016
Personal Notes:
I am doing this sport not so long, so I have attended only at first world championship of indoor
skydiving and at Windgames 2016.
This year I go to high school so with my tunnel activity I really do not have much time. When I do
have I like skateboarding, downhill with my bike and taking photos and shooting some videos.
Kaitlyn Cummings
Kaitlyn CummingsUSA
I’m a 14 year old girl that’s been flying for about 5 years at the Ifly in Denver Colorado. I love the coaches and staff at Ifly Denver. They are like family to me. I also love playing volleyball and cheerleading. I have lots of friends that are supporting me when I go to Poland for the World Cup. But nobody has supported me like my dad. He takes me to practice every week and pays for all my practice time. Other than that I’m a typical 14 year old.
Malachi DeAthCanada

Dynamic 2Way Teams

ISR Dynamic DutchessNetherlands
The Dynamos
The DynamosUnited Kingdom
Dan and Jamie have been flying together in The Dynamos since 2013 when the team was put together by Jake Diliberto as a four way dynamic team. Dan and Jamie only started flying together as a two way for The Bodyflight Bedford World Challenge this year, which they went on to win.
Team PapillonUnited Kingdom
Team Papillion is comprised of two British flyers; Emma Scrivener and Laura Kenyon.
The team have previously competed in Wind Games 2016 and Charlewars 2016. The girls have been flying together since Christmas 2015, taking an enforced break due to injury, but are now excited for the challenge of competing in Poland!
SUISSE ONESwitzerland