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Monday 11th December 2017: Sad news to report today, the actor and presenter Keith Chegwin, who presented Channel 5's revival of It's A Knockout in 1999 and 2000, has died at age 60 as a result of a long-term lung condition. JSFnetGB is saddened at the news - Keith was always an entertaining and vibrant personality - and we send our heartfelt condolences to his friends and family. Read the BBC news report here.

Thursday 2nd November 2017: Yes, we're still here! Small update today to add some additional information about the staging of JSF at Arun 1980 (Heat 6) to the Series Guide. I've also added a car sticker from the same heat to Collectables 1980.

Friday 4th August 2017: Team members added for the Kendal team IAK 1971 and JSF 1971.

Thursday 11th May 2017: Neil has tracked down some 'new' team photos and I've cleaned them up for the site - Genk (B) and Hoogland (NL) Teams 1970 (another Hoogland photo has been added to JSF 1970 Heat 5), Heiligenhafen (D) Team 1973, Gossau (CH) Team 1974, Attendorn (D) Team 1975 and Ladenburg (D) Team 1977.

Also today, two free gifts from JSFnetGB, supplied by Neil Storer - PDFs of two Souvenir Programmes, one from Spiel Ohne Grenzen 1973 (Heat 4, Bamberg) and another from It's A Knockout 1974 (Heat 3, Ripon).

Monday 24th April 2017: Thanks to Neil for adding a team member to our information about the IAK 1977 JSF 1977 Crawley team - Margaret Salter.

Friday 31st March 2017: Neil has now been able to add the full Rotherham squad to IAK 1974 (Heat 3) and JSF 1974 (also Heat 3) today, completing the British team members for these events.

Thursday 23rd March 2017: Eagle-eyed Neil Storer has spotted information about Ripon and Rotherham team members online, so we've been able to add team member information to both IAK 1974 and JSF 1974 today.

Friday 27th January 2017: Returning to warmer climes (if only!) today we're adding Neil's scorecards for four editions of JSF 1999 - Heats, 1, 6, 7 and the International Final.

Thursday 26th January 2017: Concluding our Winter Series updates for the moment, Neil has turned his attention to WINTER 1992, which has a semi-final with the most impenetrable qualification points scoring system - but Neil has worked it out. Just as well, as it has my mind reeling!

Tuesday 24th January 2017: Winter fun and games on the ski slopes and ice rinks continue with NEIGE 1981, with the important facts swept up by Neil Storer. Neil has also provided the two outstanding games scorecards for JSF 1972 and supplied scorecards for the full JSF 1997 series.

Friday 20th January 2017: Our winter dalliances with Interneige continue today and move into 1980, with some more of Neil's updates.

Monday 16th January 2017: Continuing the wintry theme from last week, Neil has updated the page for NEIGE 1979 which is now considerably more accurate than previously!

Friday 13th January 2017: Thanks to Neil Storer, the page for NEIGE 1978 has been revised and made more accurate. Also, with thanks to the generosity of Andy Geneux, we've been able to add a free gift to IAK 1971 Heat 5 - a PDF of the souvenir programme!

Wednesday 4th January 2017:  Happy New Year to all visitors and contributors to JSFnetGB!  We at JSFnetGB hope that readers had a good Christmas and New Year celebration! We hope that 2017 is good to all our visitors - and this site!

We start off for this first update of 2017 with three great additions to 1972 Collectibles - a car sticker, pendant and souvenir programme cover from the Luton IAK heat from that year, with thanks to Russ Barker, son of Watford captain Chris Barker, for supplying them. Russ has also provided four newspaper cuttings which have been added to 1972 Newspapers and a team photo which has been added to 1972 Teams. Finally, we've added Russ' photo of the IAK heat in progress to the IAK 1972 page. Many, many thanks to Russ for his help.

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