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The new clip includes video footage that was captured at Bodyflight Bedford between the completion of the meet and the award ceremony. Participants and visitors entertained themselves in the FlowHouse while host Paul Mayer prepared the downstairs hangar for the award ceremony.
The NSL-TV camera was first filming the celebrations in the FlowHouse for a few minutes before joining the crowd for the award ceremony, which turned out to be a dangerous place for cameras. There was quite some champagne in the air a few times. The NSL News equipment survived unharmed.
Arizona Airspeed members Thomas Hughes and Niklas Hemlin found the NSL-TV equipment unattended in the Spa area where a few previous NSL Talk sessions at the World Challenge 2011 had taken place.
They first decided to run their their own 2-man show, and the video footage of the introduction looks really professional. Unfortunately, they had not figured out how to get the audio recorded, as well, and the first part of this special NSL Talk is very quiet compared to the noisy background of the FlowHouse and the award ceremony...
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The 4-some chatted about the event, and the Airspeed members focused mainly on their surfing experiences in the FlowHouse. Earlier NSL-TV clips had shown some of the wipeouts, which did not cause any injuries. Niklas Hemlin mentioned though that "you have to embrace them"...
The Airspeed show was done very nicely, and the new anchors are just as welcome as famous NSL Talk anchor Joey Jones to join the NSL News events at any time and take the lead. The NSL-TV microphone is obviously always open for everybody, even if it doesn't seem so at times...