Coastal Speed team (WA, Australia) - 2015-01-15
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Tomski
38.6(D)
37.03(D)
22.26(D)
23.29(D)
27.33(D)
70.34(D)
Ji-Normous
31.15 [PB](D)
28.4 [PB](D)
12.53(D)
19.38 [PB](D)
17.16(D)
42.3(D)
Rod
36.15(D)
33.79(D)
11.03(D)
10.91(D)
16.25(D)
44.59(D)
sms09
32.96(D)
31.28(D)
16.63(D)
21.12(D)
28.87(D)
34.41(D)
Kaison
8.8(D)
4.5(D)
0.53(D)
0(D)
0(D)
1.03(D)
Saltynuts
36.99(D)
35.67(D)
19.34(D)
24.91(D)
31.17(D)
50.2(D)
Girl Speed
34.81(D)
32.53(D)
0(D)
13.92(D)
21.64(D)
17.14(D)
STROPPO
41.52(D)
38.72(D)
26.56(D)
26.09(D)
29.32(D)
95.18(D)
Adam
Doddi
Pepe47
Mitch
Stu
Kenno
Fudge
CJ
Duffy
MAXED OUT
Strawbs
Windsup
Maxx
Paulo
Average40.0637.8824.4125.5030.2582.76
Tomski (19847km):
1255 days ago
2 categories

Liptons'

Mistral 91, TR8 5.9, Pepe 24

 

met Pepe to take delivery of some more hand crafted gems. Super fin.

Straight off nights so really struggled, but promised Ji we'd go for a burn. Glad we did........Wink



Ji-Normous (827km):
1255 days ago
Liptons, WA Severne s1 3.7, flo 28, starboard 76 Good sail! Glad I got dad to go sailing even though he hadn't slept in a few days, thank you.

Rod (10499km):
1255 days ago

great arvo sail a good CST turn out and joined by a few from the pinnas.  Wind was a bit gusty but had fun Smile 

tabou manta 74ltr, TR9 6.3, 26 weedy

Peel Inlet, WA, AU



sms09 (10702km):
1255 days ago
2 categories

Coodanup, WA, AU  Late afterwork sail, good conditions to work on the alpha exitsCool.  CA96, TR6 5.9, Delta19sl



Kaison (45km):
1255 days ago

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

1.2 Severne synergy, 49 F2 missile, 17 maui delta

Fun sail at Liptons



Saltynuts (9854km):
1255 days ago
2 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU

5.7 RRD Firewing,49 F2 Missile, 24 MXR weedy

Late sail at Liptons



Girl Speed (4131km):
1255 days ago

49 F2 Missile. RRD 5.7 Firewing. 24 MXR weedy.

Quick sail after work, after Salty had a go. Heaps of cars but didn't see many people.

 



STROPPO (24576km):
1255 days ago
4 categories

Peel Inlet, WA, AU Super sesh at liptons with a few out blasting around. I went out on the 91 to try alphas but then thought try a hour i had no watch and i usually allways  time them down to the minute so just kept going until i was sure i had done it very happy to get a across the wind hr as i usually head of the breeze. Then went in and pluged in the 47 for some speed runs but the wind had started to get dodgy but still mamaged some good runs all and all a great way to finish the working day.

NUDE STREAKER 58, 47 HSM GPS 6.0 PEPE CARBON WEEDY 26 AND VECTOR WEED SPEED DELTA 23 HAPPY DAYSSmile



Comments
25


WA
Australia
1255 days ago
That is a popular 5 x 10 Tomski! Nice work. If your young bloke stays with it he will be a star - watched him for a minute or so while resting - his technique is text book in my view!
ratz


WA
Australia
1255 days ago

nice one ji.

some sweet pbs there.

Ji-Normous


WA
Australia
1255 days ago
Thanks Peter
Tomski


WA
Australia
1255 days ago

haha stranger things have happened. Must of rubbed off when  you went pastSurprised

Stoked with what he's picked up already. Great to hear that from someone with so much experience. Greatly appreciated

Pepe47


WA
Australia
1255 days ago

great work there Ji, quite a swag Cool

Rod


WA
Australia
1255 days ago

well done Ji great effort Cool

Ji-Normous


WA
Australia
1255 days ago
Thanks !!
Decrepit


WA
Australia
1255 days ago

Great stuff Ji 3 PBs for the new year.

Nice corner Shano, and 8.8 knots Kiason, that's not far off planning! your going to need a harness soon, hope they make one small enough.

sms09


WA
Australia
1255 days ago

Welcome back Tom. Ji impressive PBs there mate great stuffCoolCoolCool Kaison pushing speeds that are more then your ageCool Well done

 

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1255 days ago

JI you were gybing like a master out there! Well done on the other PB's too.

btw don't forget to look downwind when going for speed runs to see if you're cutting anyone off Wink

Kaison, you were really impressive out there today. Well done!

WazzaYotty


WA
Australia
1255 days ago

Nice PB's Ji.....great work and very impressive. Congrats!

Great cornering PB Shane...I need some of your huge dedication to practice!! Congrats

Girl Speed


WA
Australia
1255 days ago

Well done Ji. Getting better every sail.

Nice corner Shano.Smile

My little man is just loving it. Well done Kaison.Kiss

STROPPO


WA
Australia
1255 days ago

Super effort Ji you cracked into the thirtys with ease and a very nice corner for a young whipper snaper welldone mate CoolCoolCool

Super work there Shane you smashed it dude welldone on the pb what a nice way to have your first sail after shark bay Cool

Super stuff Kaison welldon little dudeCool

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1255 days ago

Very impressive Girl Speed! I was wondering who that was zooming around on their lonesome at dusk.

I thought I'd done well until I saw your speeds...

fangman


WA
Australia
1255 days ago
Go,Nannas! Congrats Ji on so many PB's in a day=sweeet! Shane - good stuff on the U turns buddy.:-) Kaison- keep it up, you will need to turn pro soon so you can keep the old folks in the manner to which they would like to become accustomed.
ray gun


WA
Australia
1255 days ago

CST killing it again.Tongue out

Nice work all.

JJ


WA
Australia
1255 days ago

Super PBs Ji - awesome speed for a young chap Cool

 Nice corner Shane Laughing

Tom, super speeds especially given the lack of sleep Cool

Strop - I wasn't suprised that you busted out that 41+ right at the end Wink

Sammy the snail


WA
Australia
1254 days ago

Good job boys Cool, Strops great brochetta as always Cool.. just a bit slack on that NM Tongue out ah ah ah, just kiding, gud stuff Wink

Shanno, pleased the training paid off Cool

Lunny


WA
Australia
1254 days ago

Nice work peeps. Was thinking about liptons regularly yesterday whilst at the pond.

ray gun


WA
Australia
1254 days ago

Ji big respect on the Pb, super speeds.

JJ


WA
Australia
1254 days ago

Stroppo, I've just noticed your crazy fast hour Cool

Huge effort dealing with that ugly channel chop multiple times, guess the flat water for the turns partially makes up for it 

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1254 days ago

... the real hero of the day was Pepe, who phoned the ambulance for the injured kiter, gave them directions, and kept a watch on the rescuers to make sure they did the right things.. He did a great job supporting the patient's head (he had a serious neck injury) and keeping him calm.

and then didn't even get to sail... We were all a little circumspect about going out after that.

fangman


WA
Australia
1254 days ago
Oh wow! I didn't know about that. Good on you Pepe. I am not sure having you holding my scone would have kept me calm though!:-P)
Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1254 days ago

The kiter story:

Pepe and I were standing around deciding what to rig, when there was a bit of a commotion in the water, someone yelled "call an ambulance" and a kiter rushed up and asked if they could borrow a board to bring in an injured kiter who was paralysed. Pepe phoned the ambulance and gave them directions. (It was interesting that although there were heaps of locals there I was the only one who knew the name of the street we were on - from directing Pinnaroos on how to find Liptons.) One of the kiters was in the water supporting the injured one, then they put him on the board and floated him in to shore. They wanted to carry him onto the beach but Pepe insisted they leave him where he was, on the board at the water's edge until the ambulance got there. I was relieved to find out he could move his feet and hands (he was not paralysed). Pepe supported his head and I got a windproof jacket and towel to put over him so he wouldn't get chilled in the wind. It turned out he had "spear tackled" into the shallows, hit the bottom with his head and then his body had folded over his head. A kiter nearby saw him face down in the water, waving his arms in distress, but the injured one couldn't right himself. Another kiter who could see what was happening but was too far away, was yelling - get him out of the water, he's drowning!, but the closest kiter first had to depower his kite so he could safely help the man. He turned the man over, and supported him until the board came out to lie him on. The injured man was 72 years old, and said he saw his life flash before his eyes. He was in a lot of pain at the base of his neck. I have no doubt he has a serious neck injury, but the fact he still had good movement and feeling in his hands and feet was a good sign. Prayers for a full recovery, Ian!

fangman


WA
Australia
1254 days ago

That is scary! Well done you two!

PS what is the name of the street?

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1254 days ago

Estuary Place. The car park at the end of Estuary Place.

fangman


WA
Australia
1254 days ago
Ta:-)
Elmo


WA
Australia
1254 days ago

Good work there Pepe and AnitaCool

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
1253 days ago

Stroppo, I am very impressed that you can take your front hand off the boom mid gybe to wave to me. Laughing