Pinnaroos (WA, Australia) - 2018-10-29
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Lunny
29.821(D)
28.356(D)
19.208(D)
20.584(D)
24.542(D)
111.591(D)
Snake
32.341(D)
29.749(D)
23.134(D)
22.162(D)
26.809(D)
51.512(D)
Pointman
33.502(D)
32.577(D)
17.709(D)
21.092(D)
28.616(D)
48.159(D)
Birdman
30.376(D)
26.675(D)
11.838(D)
14.851(D)
24.989(D)
25.346(D)
tailwind
26.829(D)
23.995(D)
0(D)
16.459(D)
21.568(D)
9.807(D)
Boz
28.761(D)
26.953(D)
13.247(D)
21.7(D)
24.053(D)
61.512(D)
Ricey
23.721(D)
21.904(D)
4.64(D)
13.83(D)
13.131(D)
17.599(D)
nebbian
Mineral
JF
lao shi
Chris Porter
Jeff
Marcel
paddymac
Lezz
JC2
Windxtasy
Jemma
Obelix
Grumpy
scarrgo
Jonah
Windtech
JJ
WINGMAN
Bunyip
alistair
Sam
Youngy
GS
AC1
Hooksey
Neon Leon
Lukie
Andy
Matt
Flatchat
Gustenzo
Cannonball
Kenny
Windmill
remery
Pacey
Jase
Woody-Mark
CrimsonFlash
Average32.9231.1621.1721.9327.7186.55
Lunny (26460km):
17 days ago
5 categories

Windfoil, Foilville

Big Foilfest!

Pushed the boundaries with the wind strength, 17 to 19kn was very solid but 19-22kn was madness for me.

Used the big wing for the first 50km which gave the best hour and alpha and the small wing gave the best 2sec. Managed a 28.5 on the big wing though.

Scored a few foil PBs being Hr, Alpha and Distance so it was an awesome day.

JP HF 135, Reflex6 6.2, NP F4 with ext



Snake (22607km):
17 days ago

Safety Bay, WA, AU. Tried another hour session to get the body up to speed after a long time off the water. Was nicely lit on the 6.3, but having trouble keeping the board on the water. Felt like I wanted to twist my leading hip towards the water to get in the sweet spot, but it was really hard to stay there. I suspect 22+ was probably just too much wind for the 98 and 75kgs, because it felt like the power was there, but I was having to back it off to survive. Legs were burning!! Enjoying the stoke now though  Cool

XFire 98, KAR 6.3, Tribal WS 31



Pointman (13095km):
17 days ago
1 categories

Pelican Point, WA, AU

Another fun, powered-up sesh at Peli.

It was windier than Friday, so I went to rig the 7.6, damn, left my short extension at home Yell  7.6 doesn't rig on the long extension as it fouls the inside of the mast.  I had a choice of 7.0 or 8.4.  Didn't quite look strong enough for the 7, so 8.4 it was.  Man I was lit.

Plugged in the M112 + 38 CL SL2, which was a great combo with the big rag.

I was a bit over-cooked in the gusts (no shit Sherlock), but otherwise I managed to hang on and power through.  Certainly a good strength training session.



Birdman (2707km):
17 days ago

New mast, new batten, new universal joint, new friends, old board.  Another great session at Coodanup on the Explosion 120l with a 6.5 V8. 

Huge thanks to Decrepit for getting my GW60 working (you have to tell it to log your sessions!!).  

Had lots of trouble with lower left calf cramps in the first 20 minutes, but they subsided as the breeze filled and we all got good runs in the smoother water.  I wasn't brave enought to go into the weed zones as close as the MM boys but I don't know the venue well enough to practice face plants.

Hoping to do it all again on Wednesday.



tailwind (3948km):
17 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Short and sweet, still not much water over the sandbar so I went with a much smaller fin than I would normally have used for this combo. It worked pretty well!

The Frace just works with any thing I think.

Good to get bthe war stories from the BOZ

FRace 120; 27WS; 7.0

 



Boz (11721km):
17 days ago
3 categories

Melville Beach, WA, AU

A quite session at Melville, not many out caught up with Ricey he was having fun out on the water. Just a cruisy day today chucking figure 8's around the marker bouys inside the bay, ventured out for a quick play past the sand bar with stratfold but was too holey with very few gusts coming through. No bearawys today breaking in the SDM mast on the frankenstein 6.3 KAR, held up well with all the tape holding it together. The SDM sure does make the sail feel differant a more locked in power even though the results don't show it. Will put it to the test probably at Fangys on WednesdayMoney mouth Lunny just seen the numbers bloody awesome result over a ton in distance on the foil superb hr and alpha

Manta 61 KAR 6.3 WS28



Ricey (8265km):
17 days ago

Melville Beach, WA, AU

Gusty and fun, very low tide

125 Rocket, 6.5 Gator, 24 Delta

Arrived to see Boz ripping along: left as Boz continued to rip along.



Comments
Windxtasy


WA
Australia
17 days ago

That's a lot of fun for one day! Congratulations!

Hardie


WA
Australia
17 days ago

Lunny is there anything you're not brilliant atCool

Flatchat


WA
Australia
17 days ago
Their good numbers on a windsurf. Awesome on the foil. Nice work Lunny.👍
Jase


WA
Australia
17 days ago

Holy moly Lunny those foiling numbers look fast, the alpha! Good to see you back on the water Snake.

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
17 days ago

Another lovely hour Jake. There is no doubt the hour is good for training.

I was hoping to get out today but Murphy's law of work and windsurfing was in effect: The more you want to finish work early the more likely are emergencies which will prevent it.

JJ


WA
Australia
17 days ago

Super impressive foil session Craig Cool

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
17 days ago

Yay Birdman! Your first post since when? Good speeds too.

Birdman


WA
Australia
17 days ago

Crikey Greg - an 8.4 today!!  That's nuts.

Birdman


WA
Australia
17 days ago

The only thing more nuts is Lunny's numbers

fangman


WA
Australia
17 days ago

Crikey, you take one Nanna nap and the place is infested again. (Hopefully i can stay awake long enough over the next couple of arvo's to catch Birdie)

Lunny, yep just mental mate.Laughing

 

Boz


WA
Australia
17 days ago

Welcome back birdman, probably see you at Fangys on Wednesday. Welcome back Snake good to see you haven't lost it over the winter break.

fangman


WA
Australia
17 days ago

Ummm no Boz, no Boz you won't. We really need that water to come back in.Tongue out

Boz


WA
Australia
17 days ago

Fangy it's simple physics, heavier the mass the more water is displaced. So if you let us lighter folks sail there is no real issue with the displacement of water. I did notice a distinct rise in tide the other day when you finally got out of the waterSealed 

fangman


WA
Australia
17 days ago

Oh wow Boz, you are a harsh man. Good thing David Warner doesn't do GPSTC, you would having him walking off too. Imagine, confusing me with Jonski. SurprisedLaughing