National SpeedSkating Circuit Returns to Lincoln This Summer
The National SpeedSkating Circuit (www.ProNSC.com), a professional inline racing league for the sport of inline speed skating, is excited to announce its return to the Cornhusker State on July 14 at 6:30 p.m. for Event 30. In 2017, the NSC visited Lincoln and hosted an unforgettable night of racing with nearly 500 spectators in attendance. The NSC league consists of the top professional men and women inline speed skating racers.
“If you are trying to get an idea of what an NSC event is like, picture track and field, except the racers are on inline speed skates, going much faster and they are not required to stay in designated lanes.” – Miguel Jose, NSC President
Inline speed skating has a long history with the city of Lincoln, which has been the home of the United States Olympic Committee’s National Governing Body of roller sports for over 40 years through USA Roller Sports. In 2018, it will host the National Championships for the 29th time.
“It’s more intimate than other racing sports because the spectators are seated close enough to feel the wind the skaters generate as they go by. You’re close enough to hear the noise of every slip and crash that happens. It’s pretty simple; if you enjoy any type of racing sports, you will absolutely love watching the best inline speed skaters in the world duke it out over a 2 1/2-hour event.” – Kelly Springer, World Team Coach
Find out more online at www.ProNSC.com.