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Only NSL News and NSL-TV together makes already for a full-time job, and the NSL headquarters is still only a 1-person operation. Lack of resources does not allow the NSL to hire staff. However, there are little things that can still help a lot to provide more information for the NSL audience.
NSL-TV now continues with the Southwest Skydiving League April meet in Eloy. Round three has been uploaded and is available for viewings. The four teams in the AAA/Open Class competition posted four different scores. However, a better look at the penalty situation shows that the teams were once again closer than the scores reflect in this round.
The situation was almost identical between Elsinore Select and Arizona Divewerkz, at least in this round. Both teams completed 21 points within working time, and Select gave up two points after two infringements. However, Arizona Divewerkz impressed teams and observers once again with the performance in this round and with the score.
Arizona Divewerkz with Murel Addison (Outside Center), Blane Boynton (Point) and Cindy Nieves (Tail), was driven to a very aggressive and energetic performance by the team's engine, Annie Peterson. AZDW also had its own and different engineering compared to the three other teams in the AAA/Open Class competition.
It worked out in round three, and it was probably helpful that the sequence was not technically very challenging. AZDW was able to keep up with the pace of Elsinore Select, and the 21-pointer is a new team record for the bronze medalist of last year's USPA Nationals in the AA/Intermediate Class. Congratulations from the NSL headquarters to Arizona.