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Did you know that the Carolina Skydiving League launched the 2004 season with 15 teams competing?
posted: Apr 19th, 2004 The Carolina Skydiving League launched its 2004 season successfully at the Raeford Parachute Center last weekend. 15 teams competed in three different competition classes. The AA/Intermediate Class enjoyed the highest participation with nine teams. The CaSL scores complete the first weekend of the 2004 season with more than one league competing at the same time. The NSL News will follow up with stories, pictures and NSL-TV about both events in Florida and North Carolina. (more)
Did you know that the new Norwegian national team won the AAA Class competition in Lake Wales?
posted: Apr 17th, 2004 Beautiful spring weather welcomed seven teams at the Florida Skydiving Center in Lake Wales. The combination of perfect weather and a smooth operation provided by the host of the USPA Nationals 2003 guaranteed the completion of the six-round meet early on Saturday afternoon. The new Norwegian national 4-way team passed the first test with a 15.7 meet average and the first place of the AAA Class competition in Lake Wales. Sebastian Teiwaz took the second place with a 14.3 average and six points ahead of team Vitesse, the second project team from Denmark finishing with a 13.3 meet average. The NSL... (more)
Did you know that the NSL News completes the coverage of the recent rule book updates?
posted: Apr 15th, 2004 The NSL News can now complete the coverage of USPA's rule changes for the 2004 season. The last NSL News update of April 1st mentioned that there was still one open issue on the 4-way agenda that required additional information. USPA Competition Committee member Danny Page now responded to the NSL inquiry and clarified a section of the Minutes of the last BOD meeting that was in question. Subject of the discussion was the penalty situation that used to cause the "double bust". (more)
Did you know that the MASL Karp Cup 2004 offers a total of $2,000 for prize money?
posted: Apr 14th, 2004 The MidAtlantic Skydiving League and Skydive Cross Keys are joining forces to create a larger East Coast 4-way event similar to the Shamrock Showdown of the Florida Skydiving League in DeLand and the Valentine's Meet of the Southwest Skydiving League in Eloy. The meet management at Cross Keys announced that the competition is open to all 4-way teams and competitors and promises to be on a world class level. The Karp Cup has become an annual 4-way event to honor the legacy of Seth Karp, a former member of MASL team Jetstream. $1000 in prize money have been donated by Karp’s father, Martin Karp,... (more)
Did you know that the new NSL-TV features the next round of the FSL Shamrock Showdown 2004?
posted: Apr 13th, 2004 The NSL-TV now continues with the coverage of the FSL Shamrock Showdown 2004. Round three is currently featured, which was one of the fastest sequences of the competition (H-B-M-4). It was also the second time in the first three rounds that Italy's Sinapsi PD won the highest score for a round over DeLand Majik. Majik lost round one by one point due to a penalty, won round two by three points with an Italian penalty and gave away round three by one point. Neither Majik nor Sinapsi PD had any deductions in this round. It was a clean and true affair and one of the best rounds for the Italian team... (more)
Did you know that France Maubeuge will compete with DeLand Majik and Sinapsi PD in Russia?
posted: Apr 12th, 2004 The Malevsky Memorial World Cup 2004 promises more excitement month by month and with each update the NSL News receives from Russia. After covering most of the logistics, this update will focus on the teams that have already signed up for the event. The Russian host had great news for the NSL audience. The current and defending world champion, France Maubeuge, will compete in Russia. This makes the Malevsky Cup the most serious challenge and completes the field of gold medal contenders for the 4-way Excalibur at the World Meet in Croatia in September.The 4-way situation of the top teams in 2004... (more)
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