The NSL News is usually timing the competition jumps to collect additional accurate information of the team performances while uploading the files. Unfortunately, it happened to be the first of the two Hayabusa jumps, which fell victim to the NSL stop watch.
The Belgian team scored 14 points in the first attempt and improved the quality of the jump significantly in the re-jump. Result was the 16-pointer and the highscore of round eight. The 16th point was well in time, and Spa Hayabusa was even not too far away from the 17th point (35.43 seconds). It was a re-jump, yes, but it was a beautiful skydive and a well deserved score for a world class performance. The 16-pointer is now on NSL-TV, and NSL apologies go to Belgium.