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Did You Know...

... that Solly Williams provided the summary of Wednesday's events?

Solly Williams with the Ladybirds
posted Oct 26th, 2005 - The NSL News found DeLand Majik member and current 4-way world champion Solly Williams at the end of the competition day working with the Russian Lady Birds. The NSL News had to wait a few minutes until he had completed the preparations for tomorrow, and it was well worth it.

Solly Williams kindly took the time to provide the summary of Wednesday's events for the NSL News audience. He had followed all events and was well prepared for an accurate evaluation of the current situation at the FAI World Cup 2005 in Eloy.

All scores for the first eight rounds are posted and speak its own language. Most of the competition jumps in all Formation Skydiving events can also be viewed on NSL-TV, thanks to the FAI, USPA and Skydive Arizona who gave the NSL News permission to make the footage available for the skydiving world.

NSL News interview with Solly Williams
There is still more to think of after reading the scores and watching the jumps. Solly Williams put his own thoughts together in this live interview with the NSL News of approx. four minutes. The video with the interview can be viewed by clicking here.

The competition continues with the semifinals of round nine tomorrow. The 8-way competition will once again kick off Thursday's Formation Skydiving events. The event management plans to finish the whole competition tomorrow. The NSL News will follow up with more meet stories.

However, make sure to be ready in time, get your coffee or cup of tea, click on the video files and be a part of the whole event. NSL News and Omniskore will do what it takes to bring the event to your home or office.

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