FNQ Mob (QLD, Australia) - 2010-07-10
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Herby
22.69(D)
21.74(D)
13.95(D)
13.54(D)
17.9(D)
30.96(D)
Lyn
21.59(D)
19.56(D)
13.21(D)
14.44(D)
16.97(D)
31.44(D)
Gaz
30.46(D)
29.05(D)
14.74(D)
21.76(D)
22.86(D)
92.94(D)
dr cam
32.91(D)
30.66(D)
16.57(D)
23.47(D)
27.32(D)
89.75(D)
Kel
32.94(D)
30.56(D)
14.18(D)
21.87(D)
21.32(D)
73.72(D)
Firiebob
32.8(D)
31.39(D)
15.18(D)
20.3(D)
25.18(D)
89.59(D)
Sailpilot
30.29(D)
27.86(D)
10.26(D)
20.68(D)
20.5(D)
34.1(D)
Troppo
34.83(D)
31.91(D)
12.2(D)
21.23(D)
21.46(D)
46.84(D)
Luca Sansalone
32.55(D)
30.8(D)
8.95(D)
21.78(D)
23.05(D)
71.55(D)
Sharyn
23.16(T)
20.81 [PB](T)
8.24 [PB](T)
14.63 [PB](T)
14.53 [PB](T)
30.51 [PB](T)
Rowdy
26.64(D)
24.77(D)
2.02(D)
18.36(D)
3(D)
9.37(D)
Rossco
25.91(D)
22.89(D)
3.46(D)
14.93(D)
12.81(D)
10(D)
Regs
23.96(D)
22.69(D)
2.44(D)
11.45(D)
8.5(D)
8.86(D)
Freddy Burke
27.08(T)
25.42(T)
11.55(T)
18.41(T)
20.28(T)
33.27(T)
Sausage
Hoppybob
Locky
Peter AUS466
Al
Eddy
Flying Dutchman
Pacman
Squid Lips
Toody
James
Richard Reynolds: Rico
Billy
Jason
Billy Green Island
Trojan
Dave
WINDACTION
Richo
Andrew
Brynoz
Ian
Flashman
Snorkel962
Bindi
Kiera
Benny McCarthy
Islandboydaz
boxy
binny
Alvadave
Pencil Neck
Average33.8931.6515.8822.6726.2591.35
Herby (14385km):
3266 days ago

Kurrimine Beach.      Had a morning session untill tide was getting a bit low.     Water came back but not the wind.

Used 6.6m 02 and 265 Sputnik that I have not been on for 10 years.

Joined  today by Mal Faulkner from Pit Crew.



Lyn (9418km):
3266 days ago

Kurrimine on 105l Screamer and 5.9 Loft 02.  Good time had by all.



Gaz (13404km):
3266 days ago
1 categories

6.4 Koncept, Kermit with SF36, CA50 with Casper 25 & 27.



dr cam (33953km):
3266 days ago
5 categories

Day 3 GISW

Cloudy Rainy too much east inthe wind but still good fun

Had a 35.16 on the dial=where did that go ???

RRD X fire venom 40 rsr evo 2 7 then 7.8

20 sailors on the water today ...



Kel (32415km):
3266 days ago
2 categories

Green Island, QLD, AU [Sausage posting - that'll do]



Firiebob (14653km):
3266 days ago

Overcast rainy day at Green Island for Speed Week, but wow what a great day sailing with so many visitors, thanks mobs Cath & Cam Cool

Carbon Art SL58, 34 Venom, 6.8 Loft Blade & Boardies  Wink



Sailpilot (5205km):
3265 days ago

A nice sail in a nice place with nice people.

SP80& 6.6 o2 AM, Sp110 7.0 RSR PM



Troppo (5793km):
3265 days ago
4 categories

Green Island, QLD, AU



Luca Sansalone (3313km):
3265 days ago

Green Island, QLD, AU good day exo 90ltr 31 select 6.6 concept and a few runs with 66ltr f2



Sharyn (46km):
3265 days ago

First sail at Green Island for many years Smile



Rowdy (275km):
3265 days ago

Naish Hybrid 110, 6.2 & 5.8 RS slalom Mk2, Select 35 & Techtonics 34. Started off the day with 6.2 with the select fin. One run in and out and i'd had enough of that Smile. Changed down to 5.8 and the techtonics 34 for the rest of the day. Had a fun day, wish my body could handle more sailing. Still it was a blast to catch up with the guys and do some sailing. That was the fastest ive been on that super tanker of a board and im sure i could get a bit more from it yet.



Rossco (1186km):
3264 days ago

Heaven. Fanatic 100X, 6.0 Ezzy, 30 sl & Naish 120 FW, 7.0 Ezzy, MFC freeride. best speed on the old Fanatic.



Regs (33km):
3263 days ago

Green Island, QLD, AU



Freddy Burke (11579km):
3263 days ago

Green Island, QLD, AU

125 L Supersport 6.6 02 sail.

 



Comments
Feilian


NSW
Australia
3266 days ago

well done on the  PB gaz, man 92.94 good stuff, talking about stuff, i'm stuffedFrown and 3 days to go, id like to see your tracks thats a great in a couple of sessions

Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
3266 days ago

wish we had too much east in our wind today cam

Gaz


QLD
Australia
3266 days ago

Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
3265 days ago

looks like troppo giving you guys some competition.

Sailpilot


QLD
Australia
3265 days ago

HA nice pics GAZ, I reackon snags and kel will make good boot scooters in their old age

Firiebob


WA
Australia
3265 days ago

Hey Gaz, any day with a Pb is a good day mate, congrats Cool

A Pb Phil, awesome mate Cool Been a few this week, great stuff Cool

You got me in the 5x10 Troppo, one day mate, one day Yell

Hey Kel I see Snags is copying your one legged move although he doesn't look as comfortable doing it, oh and I see Boogie Man Troppo tried to sneak up and scare you Laughing

Great to see Hoppy Bob make the effort to come over for a look Cool

Good photos Cool

JAK


VIC
Australia
3265 days ago

I envy you guys. Well done on the PBs. I had a sail for a long time at Rye (Port Phillip Bay in VIC), lovely 11 deg water, 14 deg day..brrrr.

Lyn


Other
Australia
3265 days ago

PBs coming thick and fast...congrats to all.   

Hi Sharyn  ...a great set of starting numbers.... Innocent/Cool

Firiebob


WA
Australia
3265 days ago

Well done Luca, 2 more PB's and 3rd fastest 5x10 for the team Cool

Welcome Sharyn, your first post Smile

evets


WA
Australia
3265 days ago

Welcome to the GTC Sharyn, well done on the pbs everyone.

evets


WA
Australia
3265 days ago

Looks like fun was had at GI todayCool Just cold and gusty hereFrown

Gaz


QLD
Australia
3265 days ago

Thanks to Belinda for taking the picsCool

Great to see so many of the mob in one place and some more pb's.

Well done Sharyn.

Rossco


QLD
Australia
3264 days ago

Congrats on all you guys getting PB's. Wasn't it a great dayLaughing Thanks Cam And Cath for getting it up and running. Great bunch of sailors and families getting together in a beautiful place.

lao shi


WA
Australia
3263 days ago

Big team turn out! Lots of PBs too, well done

Firiebob


WA
Australia
3263 days ago

Well done Rosco, not the 27 as displayed but still a PB, congrats mate Cool

Sausage


QLD
Australia
3262 days ago

Rossco, Nice to see you got a PB too.  Thanks for your help on Saturday with the batten and mostly for putting up with my banter.  Great to catch up and remember the tent pegs work better if they're hammered into the ground Wink