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Did you know that Colorado launched 2008 season despite weather troubles?
posted: Apr 17th, 2008 The Colorado Skydiving League launched its 2008 season last weekend, and the four teams managed to complete two rounds at the Mile High Skydiving Center. The 4-team field included last year's NSL Champion in the Rookie Class, Mayhem, which is coming back in the A Class this year. COSL Director Travis Roth provided the meet report. (more)
Did you know that new NSL-TV videos introduce teams from Colorado?
posted: Sep 6th, 2007 New videos on NSL-TV introduce the five teams of the Colorado Skydiving League that competed at the August 11 meet. COSL Director Travis M. Roth commented the competition and provided more details of the teams. Three of the five teams (Invictus, Mojo and Vertigo) represent the Air Force Academy with new cadets in new line-ups. Revolution and Mayhem are civilian teams. Mile Hi Mayhem is the current leader of the national Rookie Class Rankings and was introduced with a team profile on June 19. Mayhem will travel to Florida and compete at the NSL Championship 2007 on October 25 - 27 in DeLand.... (more)
Did you know that Mile Hi Mayhem challenges the top contenders of this year's Rookie Class?
posted: Jun 19th, 2007 The Colorado Skydiving League literally had the minimum attendance last weekend at its second meet of the 2007 season. Only Rookie Class team Mile Hi Mayhem completed four rounds on their hometurf. COSL Director Travis Roth reported that the Air Force teams have left for the summer on training programs all over the world, and his other civilian COSL teams had scheduling conflicts. Mayhem could complete only four of the six scheduled rounds due to the weather situation, as Travis Roth explained: "As with most summer days in Colorado - the afternoon weather is as unpredictable as it gets. Wind... (more)
Did you know that the Colorado Skydiving League posted its first 2007 scores?
posted: May 16th, 2007 The Colorado Skydiving League and the Georgia Skydiving League both kicked off their 2007 season last weekend. The scores from Colorado have already been posted, and the scores from Georgia will be added later today. COSL Director Travis Roth provided the meet story of the event at the Mile High Skydiving Center. (more)
Did you know that new NSL-TV of the NSL Playoffs 2006 comes from Colorado?
posted: Sep 22nd, 2006 The Colorado Skydiving League takes care of this weekend's on-line entertainment for everybody who is not skydiving and/or might have to wait out any weather situation. COSL Director Travis Roth provided the meet videos of each jump that was made at the NSL Playoffs 2006 weekend, and they are all posted at the separate NSL-TV event page already. (more)
Did you know that four Air Force teams plan to defend the NSL title at SkyQuest 2006?
posted: Sep 18th, 2006 Colorado Skydiving League Director Travis Roth happily announced a successful conclusion of the 2006 season after last weekend's NSL Playoffs event at the Mile-Hi Skydiving Center. "Our weather last weekend was surprisingly windy. A few loads took off early on Saturday morning, however the winds picked up to 50 MPH quickly. While a friend of mine had fun with a wingsuit running around Downtown Denver catching gusts of winds and the eyes of confused tourists, skydivers were not jumping anywhere in Colorado. (more)
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