United Speedsailors of America (USA, United States of America) - 2019-09-06
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Jon Shell
24.772(D)
21.883(D)
5.843(D)
16.751(D)
17.161(D)
10.821(D)
Alsosnoff
35.792(D)
32.792(D)
9.994(D)
16.363(D)
25.7(D)
39.007(D)
Peter
22.217(D)
19.697(D)
6.726(D)
15.575(D)
14.77(D)
21.008(D)
RS SSP
33.133 [PB](D)
30.033(D)
10.379(D)
0(D)
18.278(D)
27.104(D)
Nina
Bill
Flad The Inhaler
Dani Sfeir
Sabah Daaboul
Cesar SpeedSeeker
Bart Kornas
Dean Withrow
Boro
Nikita
denisspb
Speedy
Martin Schauer
Pollock
CdnGuy
gonzalo
o-livier
Drew
LarryD
Mike
TBob
AlexG
Chris
Max
Chris Forenbaher
gregg s densmore
julo49
Kipps
Average34.4631.4110.1916.5621.9933.06
Jon Shell (520km):
334 days ago

Kalmus, Cape Cod, ENE. Turbo 7.? with a broken cam still worked fine. Borrowed a GPS from Peter for the tail end of the session, probably sailed closer to 30 km total. Must remember to bring my GPS!



Alsosnoff (10456km):
334 days ago
4 categories

Barnegat Light, NJ, US. Dorian brings NE wind 30-45kn. RRD X-Fire 90L., SB 5.1m., Tribal weed fin 27cm.



Peter (41947km):
333 days ago
1 categories

Kalmus, Cape Cod. Gusty easterlies before Dorian. Mostly foiled, with a bit of slapper sailing in between. Funny how the slapper feels wrong after the foil - so much power in the sail but it's not going! Lulls down to 10 mph did not help, although they were no issue on the foil. Short session, stopped when the rain started. 5.6 Idol, i84 + Warp 76 and Skate 110 + 22 weedie. Top 2s on the foil was 15.9 knots.



RS SSP (3353km):
314 days ago
5 categories

Seaside Park, NJ, US



Comments
Peter


USA
United States of America
333 days ago

Just did a little test to see if perhaps not counting "unknown" data is already implemented. I changed my 2 second top speed from 22 to 32 knots and the kind to "X" (unknown) to see if my top speed would count towards the ranking. It did:

I changed it back right away, of course.

But this means that the 2-tier posting changes currently discussed on Seabreeze definitely would require changes to the database. Since changes will have to be backward compatible, implementing them may not be quite as straightforward as it seems. But neither should it be terribly hard.

Maree Jordan


NSW
Australia
314 days ago
Cosmo u have had a brilliant week congrats on all ur pb