Pinnaroos (WA, Australia) - 2017-08-12
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Jase
29.85(D)
28.557(D)
14.167(D)
21.34(D)
22.246(D)
71.637(D)
Lunny
31.879(D)
30.018(D)
15.677(D)
20.771(D)
23.584(D)
31.086(D)
tailwind
25.062(D)
23.879(D)
7.622(D)
17.29(D)
19.907(D)
19.469(D)
Kenny
29.097(D)
27.537(D)
15.223(D)
19.356(D)
21.718(D)
68.208(D)
Boz
31.949(D)
30.25(D)
12.081(D)
20.691(D)
21.422(D)
36.245(D)
JJ
32.141(D)
30.148(D)
11.131(D)
17.701(D)
22.572(D)
34.311(D)
Flatchat
28.874(D)
26.806(D)
5.488(D)
14.492(D)
19.64(D)
19.512(D)
nebbian
Pointman
Mineral
JF
lao shi
Chris Porter
Jeff (aka hardpole)
Marcel
paddymac
Snake
Lezz
JC2
Windxtasy
Jemma
Birdman
Obelix
Grumpy
scarrgo
Jonah
Ricey
WINGMAN
Bunyip
alistair
Sam
Youngy
GS
AC1
Hooksey
Neon Leon
Lukie
Andy
Matt
Gustenzo
Cannonball
Windmill
remery
Pacey
Average32.0530.2015.4521.0623.0869.92
Jase (327km):
72 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

So much water in the bay today! Had a few nice runs early before the first band of rain came through.

6.6/97/32



Lunny (18743km):
72 days ago
6 categories

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Uurrgghhh seemed so heavy and hard work today....said the Lunny muscles. Should have had some donuts.

M112, Reflex6 7.8, Tribal ws33



tailwind (2771km):
72 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Good to see a bunch of familiar faces again, 

Pat 120; 40; 7.8



Kenny (6385km):
72 days ago
1 categories

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Started off very marginal then the wind kicked in late in the afternoon. Jase was looked like the fastest out there in the light wind and gybing very nicely. Good to see JJ, Tim and tailwind on the water again. Tim has to have the prettiest sail on the riverLaughing.

6.2 reflex, 117 then 97 isonic, 38 vector weedy and 31 tribal ws



Boz (4175km):
72 days ago
3 categories

Melville Beach, WA, AU

A bit of fun at melville, choppy and gusty Tiga out first, hit 31 on the Tiga and only slightly better on the AB. Was good catching up with Tim Tailwind JJ Lunny Ken and all the usual river mob. Surprisingly wasn't too cold at all. 

Tiga275, AB54, KAR6.3



JJ (21374km):
72 days ago

Melville Beach, WA

Awesome to catch up with the Pinna posse Cool

Underdone on the 6.2 - I realise I've forgotten how to hunt gusts Frown

F-Ride 125  M91 (similar speeds - too big & too small, I need a 107),    Koncept 6.2,   Tribal 36   CLSL2 30



Flatchat (2803km):
72 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Finally got to try the new sail after a 4 month hiatus. Initially setup sail to specs but sail felt like a dog, although some one thought it was 'pretty'. Body probably didn't allow for a long tuning session but on the second setup an immediate improvement. Sail felt very light compared to my previous evo v and cam rotation was a huge improvement. Hopefully my next sail won't be 4 months away. Good to catch up with the locals and get some weekend wind - yeaaah.

SB i107, NP RSR E9 7.0m, CL sl38



Comments
Windxtasy


WA
Australia
72 days ago

Great to see your first post (at last) Jason. A very impressive set of numbers for a first post too. I can see lots of potential for you with our team. Well done!

Lunny


WA
Australia
72 days ago

Nice first post Jase. Shame i didnt get to meet you although there will be a next time. Well Done.

tailwind


WA
Australia
72 days ago

good all round performance Jase, Sorry we didnt get to meet you today.

Boz


WA
Australia
72 days ago

Jase well done, nice first post and a good alpha. Like the guys said pity we didn't get to meet you but always next time.

JJ


WA
Australia
72 days ago

Nice one Jase Cool

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
72 days ago

Welcome back, JJ!

 

Jase


WA
Australia
72 days ago

Thanks Team, good to be finally be doing my part for the Pinnas!:) Look forward to meeting everyone eventually

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
71 days ago

Jase, it looks like you know Kenny, and he knows most of the other Pinnaroos, so ask him to introduce you next time.

Your numbers are especially impressive given that they are close to or better than what the others were doing yesterday. Great gybing. What we are in need of most are people who can do really fast alphas.

The numbers suggest you need to bear away more in your speed runs to improve your peak speeds. Follow someone fast and watch how far they bear away down wind. You need to feel like you are going over the back of the chop.

Tim, good to see you got out at last!