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Did you know that the Genesis reunion had its peak in round nine of the Shamrock Showdown?
posted: May 28th, 2004 The NSL-TV presents a new round of the FSL Shamrock Showdown 2004, which is now featured on the front page. The first round of the second Southwest Skydiving League meet in April can still be viewed with all links at the NSL-TV page. Only the featured teams on the front page have now been replaced by teams of the latest show. The coverage of the second meet of the Florida Skydiving League will soon be continued, as well. (more)
Did you know that two former league directors gave each other a race at the last CaSL meet?
posted: May 27th, 2004 Most of the NSL league directors took their positions due to their love for the sport and specifically 4-way Formation Skydiving competition. The first league directors and founders of the oldest leagues in the country were active 4-way competitors at the same time. Texas Skydiving League founder Joe Hazel competed with Terminal Ecstacy, Georgia Skydiving League founder Glen Hauenstein with Mr. Pink and Florida Skydiving League Kurt Gaebel with DeLand VNE. When the leagues became busier and required more attention, it became more challenging for many of the directors to train and compete, while... (more)
Did you know that the new NSL-TV show features the Southwest Skydiving League?
posted: May 26th, 2004 It took the NSL-TV much longer than expected to make the footage of the Southwest Skydiving League available for the valued audience. However, the meet video has now been processed and edited, the teams have been identified, hopefully all correctly. Round one of all the teams that attended the third meet of the Southwest Skydiving League is posted at the NSL-TV page. Arizona Blade (AAA), Elsinore GT (AAA), Perris Precision (AA), Perris Rebels (AA) and Giftwrap (A) are featured on the front page. (more)
Did you know that the Midwest teams braved through tough weather conditions in Ottawa?
posted: May 25th, 2004 Despite the best efforts of Mother Nature, the Midwest Skydiving League completed the first meet of the season. Tornadoes, thunderstorms and high winds rocked the Chicago area for the last month...including a tornado in nearby Hinckley less than twelve hours before the start of the meet! The forecast for the weekend was more of the same, but teams from Skydive Chicago, Chicagoland Skydiving and Sky Knights made the drive to Skydive Chicago with hopes of a miracle. (more)
Did you know that the NSL SkyVenture Competition results of May 15 are now posted?
posted: May 24th, 2004 The NSL headquarters completed the update of the May 15 competition weekend just in time. The results of the NSL SkyVenture Competition were the only missing piece. Last weekend's scores and meet stories will begin arriving today and will be posted as soon as they are available. Meets were scheduled for the Midwest Skydiving League, Michigan and the Ranch. The European Skydiving League had two additional events in Denmark and Finland. (more)
Did you know that round two of the second FSL 2004 meet is now on NSL-TV?
posted: May 22nd, 2004 The second round of the second Florida Skydiving League 2004 meet is now on NSL-TV. The new footage will help those 4-way fans through the upcoming weekend who are not training or competing at one of the three NSL meets in the USA (Midwest, Michigan, Ranch) or the two meets in Europe (Finland, Denmark).The NSL-TV has the footage of the third Southwest Skydiving League meet now available, as well. As soon as the team names will be identified according to the numbers of the starting order, the jumps will be posted on the NSL-TV page. Enjoy the FSL jumps in the meantime. (more)
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