||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km) |
|Old Man Steve|
|Steve Charles (29814km): |
Dorans, TAS, AU. Isonic 107, ODR5 7.0, Vector Volt 2 34cm
Gusty crappy sail. Pushed it too hard on one run and had nasty catapult and that was my last run. Found my bootie still in the front foot strap, at least my foot wasnt still in it
|Geoff Broomby (35891km): |
Rosevears, TAS, AU
Good sail in strong wind , wind NNW then NW
76 Isonic, 6.6 Ezzy Freeride
|Anthony Perkins (18098km): |
Port Sorrell, TAS, AU
first go with the evo 6 5m2 in tricky conditions ,pleased with the power and light feel and the twist in the sail. should be great in a blow.
NP evo 6 5m2 JP 45
|Ray Thorne (6907km): |
It was one of those days that just didn't quite happen, but still plenty of lovin floating around
Started on the speed board JP 45 then onto the slalom JP 59 with the same sail OD 5.6
Port Sorrell, TAS, AU
|Jason (7755km): |
what the other two said
|Paul Tenteye (9042km): |
Lake George, SA, AU Second sail at LG..this time in a NW wind of about 15-20knts...water was not as flat as Sunday but the runs were longer...tried for an hr several times but the wind kept on dropping out after the rain squalls and was barely planing...we sailed till the sun went down...IS90, Loft Blade 7.0, BP weed 31
|Ben Wilson (17381km): |
Lake George, SA, AU
Had up to 20 knots of wind at times today, mainly lighter.. its amazing the boards that will planne in light wind at LG. First time today with a Camel Pack - the milky way and gupling water was AMAZING to say the least.
Introduced myself to the "rock garden" but got lucky hardly damaging the fin at all. LG seems to keep delivering in all directions.
Quite focused on the hour today, once that was done changed to survival mode for distance
Well done on the PB's guys, love this place... totally worth the trip even if it doesnt blow again.
2 KA files today as went over 2mb. NCX7.5 JP92 BPWS34
YEOW as some would say ;)
|cookie (16424km): |
Stanley, TAS, AU, Not a good day at Stanley, a lot of time standing around waiting for the wind with Jez.
Will try again tomorrow.
M 47, R5 6.2, CL24W.
Well done on the Pbs guys
|Stewart McKay (7400km): |
Good fun blast with Perk and Ray, not quite the wind we where hoping for
|Jez (11600km): |
Stanley, TAS, AU
What Cookie said.
Always fun travelling up to Stanley and nice catching up with Cookie