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It was more difficult for SkyVenture's Vice President Operations, Trevor Thompson, to make the decision for the 2005 season, and it took more time for the final approval. NSL and SkyVenture Orlando invented the competition for awards after handicap years ago, and SkyVenture Orlando only provided the tunnel certificates.
Each involved party would have its benefits if all three wind tunnels participated. However, Perris and Arizona were both hesitant for different reasons. SkyVenture Orlando has experienced the great success of the project in the past and was ready to continue and share the benefits with the other partners and all teams.
Finally, NSL and SkyVenture Orlando's Trevor Thompson went ahead and decided to offer the game as it was played until 2003. SkyVenture Orlando will provide all the certificates, and the rules will be the same as before. The NSL headquarters will soon calculate the handicapped scores of the previous meets in 2005 and announce the winners, and the race for the certificates will add to the excitement of the upcoming meet weekend.
The handicap will be applied to the teams according to the scoring history of the 2005 season. Teams that have not competed yet will receive the handicap after the scores of the first three rounds at the first meet. More information and many handicapped scores will follow soon. The NSL SkyVenture Competition is on for this weekend, thanks to SkyVenture Orlando.