Tassie Speed Seekers (TAS, Australia) - 2012-03-03
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Johno
40.89(D)
38.78 [PB](D)
0(D)
0(D)
0(D)
17.63(D)
Easty
30.16(D)
27.87(D)
2.43(D)
6.53(D)
3.32(D)
6.31(D)
Tom
38.91 [PB](D)
36.17 [PB](D)
3.9(D)
22.69(D)
6.38(D)
19.79(D)
Jordan Murray
40.12(D)
37.81(D)
5.65(D)
22.11(D)
10.89(D)
31.66(D)
veitz
40.55 [PB](D)
37.36 [PB](D)
8.91(D)
21.61(D)
13.46(D)
40.25(D)
Ray Thorne
39.46(D)
37.09(D)
4.92(D)
13.81(D)
9.46(D)
24.3(D)
Kaleb Smith
44.11 [PB](D)
40.73(D)
9.73(D)
17.25(D)
18.27(D)
45.83(D)
Kazza
37.04(D)
34.58 [PB](D)
4.49(D)
10.85(D)
7.47(D)
16.58(D)
Klaas Hartmann
28.38(T)
26.3(T)
0(T)
11.78(T)
13.9(T)
9.969(T)
Anthony Perkins
43.76(D)
41.55(D)
9.73(D)
15.05(D)
29.16(D)
40.76(D)
Izaak Perkins
42.38(D)
40.91(D)
11.52(D)
23.08(D)
24.94(D)
66.41(D)
Al Bach
Dave Morehead
Steve Charles
Bear
Stewart McKay
James Brient
Gordo
Richard CS
Jack
Jason
Fubbs
Paul Tenteye
Geoff Broomby
Jez
Anthony Houston
Marlon
Russell Dowd
Jodi
Fos
Sim
Azza
Ben Wilson
Waynos
geared4knots
Will
Liana Perkins
Corkers
Shorty
Matt Webster
Jules
Johnny
Al
cookie
Parky
Ferg
Barry
Hughie
Sampson
Breno
Fletcher
Todd Sushames
Jimmy
TGale
Dave Jack
Old Man Steve
Jock C
JimoKG
brad peters
DJ
Angus C
James Park
Kelso Pete
Chol
Latte
Parky jnr
NIGE
WickedP
Average43.9441.2310.6322.8927.0556.12
Johno (4858km):
2300 days ago

First sail for seven months and a couple of pbs wowSurprised good team turnout.  board ca sp40, vector 21 fin, KA 5.0 sail

 



Easty (1016km):
2300 days ago

Stanley, TAS, AU

Sonic 90, KA Koyote 5.3, C3 Venom 32

It was a bit much for my skills today, had issues trying to bear off at the start of runs, by the time I was getting things under control it was time to stop!

Can't wait to see everyone else's results, should be good!



Tom (1081km):
2300 days ago

Intense sail at Stanley...

RSR EVO II 6.2 JP Speed 54 C3 Sting II 28

 

 



Jordan Murray (9123km):
2300 days ago

Stanley, TAS, AU

What a day!  Stoked with the PB's Tongue out, especially the 2sec which was a long time coming!! Plenty out giving their best which made it a great atmosphere. First time on the reflex and loved it cant wait to sail it some more! Third channel was the definintely the go today and has some real potential to produce even greater speeds. Congrats to everyone else who got a pb today as it was some hard sailing out there.

IS50, Vector delta 23cm, 5.6 Reflex I 

 



veitz (379km):
2300 days ago

Stanley, TAS, AU

CA44, venom26, code red 4.7 and Ezzy wave4.7

Scary! Fun! fast!  Good SH*TSmile



Ray Thorne (6786km):
2300 days ago

STANLEY JP SPEED 45 NP RSS5.5

OH Thats what it is all about AWSOME DAY

Congrates to everyone for PBs and good too see u back Johno

 



Kaleb Smith (18514km):
2300 days ago
1 categories

Stanley, TAS, AU

Isonic44, C3 21cm, 5.6Relex3, Code Red 5.6, Koncept5.7

Well I've got a lot say.  Very happy with the 2sec, but blew my 5X10 by spending more time travelling backwards and forwards to the car.

Nice couple of runs to start with at mid 42's.  Then while sailing up to the 3rd channel the mast decided to commit suicide.  Headed back to the car to get the old trusty Code Red and the RDM Ezzy mast and broke my little toe on a tree root.  Headed out to the 3rd channel and did two tentative runs to check it.  On the 3rd run I went for it and hung on to get my 2sec but paid the price by loosing it and catapulting straight into the sail as the harness line broke.  I limped back to the car and changed to the next sail I could find(reluctantly) and headed back up to the channel.  First run down I lost it in the chop again, recieved another catapult and totalled the boom.  Had to walk back to the car and change the boom.  Heading back out most guys were heading in.  I got out there to find the tide filling in too much and a fair amount of chop getting into run so called it a day.  Mixed feelings about today, I'm very stoked, but also really dissapointed, there was a lot of potential today to get some really big improvements on the PB's, if only I could have stayed on the water. 

Sorry Perks we'll have to call the tassie record to the Red teamWink  Izaak Who?Wink

 



Kazza (10254km):
2300 days ago

Stanley, TAS, AU

5.4 Overdrive  W44  Slingshot 21

It was honking!! Really worth the drive but my arms couldn't go on, I had nothing left in the tank, need a smaller sail, those guys are strong staying out there for so long in such howling conditions. First real go on the speedboard, took a while to get used to it and flying down wind so powered up was rather scarey but great funSmile Well done to everyone, so many PB's, it was great sailing with the pro's!



Klaas Hartmann (1373km):
2300 days ago

Marion Bay, Natural 6.5, Isonic 94

First go with the Isonic. Feels brilliant. Unfortunately I was way underpowered and the wind dropped out after twenty minutes :-(



Anthony Perkins (17442km):
2299 days ago
4 categories

Stoked with the pb.Congrats to all that got PB's, it was hard work out there in driving rain. Well done team!!

NP RSR EVO4 5.8, JP Speed 45, C3 Slingshot 21cm



Izaak Perkins (20891km):
2299 days ago
3 categories

Stanley, TAS, AU

Nice sail at stanley, nothing really came easy for me today. I had 42 on the dial run after run. It allways felt i was missing the gusts when i pulled up. Anyway cant complain as i got a pb yeiw!! I had a 43.1 on the dial, but fell back due to i did it in the first channel, where it was a very very small area and just could not hold it long enough. Well done to all on their PB's, well deserved as it was less than ideal conditions at times with some big chop. Kaleb you will have to leave severne now as you are giving them a bad name haha. well done anyway.

NP RSR EVO4 5.8, JP Speed 45, C3 Slingshot 21cm

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Comments
Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago
Nice one johno, brilliant effort after 7months not sailing.
Anthony Houston


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

Nice one Johnno 40knts I can only dream of that

Russell Dowd


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago
Nice first sail Johno, well done you are back in the game mate! Cheers Russ
Johno


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

Thanks men, Houston you wont be happy when you see Veitz's post, top effort first go on a speed board. We need a new name for Kaleb I think 'wrecker' would be appropriate after today. 

Tom


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

Well done Johno on the PB's, the break has not slowed you down!?

Steve Charles


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

Well done on the PBs crew. Johno good work after 7 months, what did Kaleb wreck? Hopefully not an Enigma mast or Reflex3.

Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

I will let Kaleb tell you, as the list is too long for me to writeLaughingSealedTongue out

Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

Yeiw, good to see you join the club Jordan. You looked alot more confident and sailing alot better with the new sail.

Jordan Murray


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

Cheers mate, still keen to improve and go quicker thoughSmile New sail and boom were rock solid today!

Steve Charles


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

Well done Jordan, you deserve it. That 5.6 Reflex is an awesome sail.

Jordan Murray


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

Hey Johno which Gps did you get your results off in the end?

 

Mr Happy


NSW
Australia
2300 days ago

Congrats to all who got PB's, especially Jordan as I know you have been trying to break 40 for ages. Well done Laughing

Johno


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

Huge congrats Jordan a long time to get over the milestone, welcome to the 40 kt club.Cool

Jordan I used the gps without the 42 kts on the dial to post. I didnt have a card in it out sailing and when I put one in I couldnt find any data. CryDoesn't matter but 42 did put a smile on the dial, at least I know its possible.

Tom congrats on the PBs after a few good crashes

Perks I think I found out your secret to speed out there today, I noticed you stashed a 'Man Bag" full of go fast stuff half way down the run,Wink mmm may have to invest. Nice pb though

Izaak good to see you get a pb on Tassie water

We even had a blow in from Vic today good to see you Andrew

Paul Tenteye


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

wow...well done all...what a pb fest...shame I had to work today otherwise would have gone as well

Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago
It may have got back to the reds by .1 but remember what you said its all about the 5x10 not just the one run wonders (like me) haha. So the blues win the day!!! Well done anyway mate you deserved it after all the frustration of damage. Can't believe the mast broke in the reflex3 in the first place!!
Kaleb Smith


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

Cheers Izaak, you know I would have had a 42+  5X10 If I had of been out there showing you how its doneWink

Yeh, mast, not happy!!!!!!!!

Awesome 5x10 Perks, well deserved todayCool

Jacques Kint


VIC
Australia
2300 days ago

Nice stack of PB'S guys awesome day!

ODIN


South
Croatia
2300 days ago

well done guys some very good scores there and a top effort, i have forgotten what is a PB , man wind is shit hereYell

Steve Charles


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

I thought it was all about the 2 sec, red team 1Wink. Well done Kaleb on the PB 2 secLaughing, what a day of dramasFrown

Veitzy, you legendCool

Well done on the 5x10 PB PerksLaughing

Did Kazza go up??

bushfire


NSW
Australia
2300 days ago

Well done guys - what a great day! Good to see you back on the water Johno.

Go team RedSmile

kato


VIC
Australia
2300 days ago

Another "Easy month " for us to win Yell Looks like its going to be an interesting year with all these new spots being found.

I feel your pain Kaleb, my tally for 4 months is  1 broken finger, 1 broken little toe, 1 bung eye, some very sore ribs V 1 mast, a few smashed fins and some large dints in the CA from a star stake. Time for a new black cat for both of us Wink

Kimba


SA
Australia
2300 days ago

PB fest, well done guys.  Good to see some other aussie spots are allowing big speeds...

Russell Dowd


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago
Nice numbers everyone. Veitz Go mate fantastic, We knew you had it in you so well done for whipping my butt to 40. Kaleb what a bitter sweet day, Stay safe.
Hardie


WA
Australia
2300 days ago

WOW u all stars!! Special mention to JordanCool & Isaac Cool da juniors!!

Chinaman


VIC
Australia
2300 days ago

Well done to all on your PB,s. When will you guys stop lifting the bar, good stuff. Great to see you back on the water Johnno you know my wife has stull got a soft spot for good looking blokes with grey hair.Wink

Sausage


QLD
Australia
2300 days ago

Congrats on all the PBs guys.  Impressive set of numbers all round.  It's definitely been a great start to the year between yourselves and the SA Speed demons although give me warm water and sunshine over having to suit up in 5mm rubber everytime you sail - I don't know how you do it.

[edit] just read your post Kaleb - that's a day you won't forget for a while for all the wrong reasons. one word, "expensive".Yell  Consolation prize on bragging rights for the 2sec peak though.

Peter Johnston


VIC
Australia
2300 days ago

Well done guys! Congratulations Jordan on making the big 4 zero!!

Great to see you back into it Johnno.

Johno


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

Hey sausage I hope all the Qld rain stops soon, down here we are getting an influx of people from the North island trying to escape two years of rainWink 

Its good to be back on the water you dont realise how big a part of your life it is until your injured and out for a fair while.

ChinamanEmbarassedSurprisedLaughing

ray gun


WA
Australia
2300 days ago

Well do tasie boys awsome pbs sounds like a great spot. keep it comingCool

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hamma


SA
Australia
2300 days ago

Big day,well done on all the PBs.Congratulations Jordan on the 40 Wink

Tricky


SA
Australia
2300 days ago

PB's galore sure you all were not at LG UndecidedWinkSmile

Execellent effort

Johno


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

Karen 37.04kts thats awesome Cooltop of the womens speed table too, congrats.

geared4knots


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

  well done team but  i think if anyone has bragging rights here it is veitzy.  here is a guy who said to me last week ' i am going to borrow a slalom board and rig and show these guys' .

  well he did ,  never owned a slalom board or sail. or  gps unit.   No practicing-  just goes out and gets over 40.

Excellent effort on everyones PB,s.

 

 

 

Kazza


TAS
Australia
2300 days ago

Except Veitsy & I looked like beginners trying to get on our speed boardsFoot in mouth Trying to get on a tiny little board going downwind and fully powered up was a big learning curve, once you were up planning it was easy it was the getting on bit that was challenging.Cool

Well done Kaleb on your fastest speed, the reading on the dial I saw was right!! Wasn't it worth all that expenseWink

Peter Johnston


VIC
Australia
2300 days ago

Wow! Veitzy, huuugge increase! Amazing. And Karen, fastest woman in the whole comp! I'm going to have to get my partner out training more often..

Astrid


QLD
Australia
2300 days ago

Great speeds Kazza congrats, thats going to be hard to beat in Qld waters!

Carl Macdonald


SA
Australia
2299 days ago

Nice Pb's guysCool.

Klaas Hartmann


TAS
Australia
2299 days ago

wow you were all smoking. Sounds like you had an absolutely awesome weekend! Congratulations!

Sorry to hear about your breakages Kaleb, not least your toe!

Helga


QLD
Australia
2299 days ago

Well done everyone on the PB's especially Kazza - truely awesome. That has lifted the standard of womens sailing. I think we will find that hard to achieve here in Queensland. Maybe we'll have to a long road trip.

Jimbob


SA
Australia
2299 days ago

Cool well done JORDAN on joining the 40 knot club, you have worked hard for it, well done.

cngrats to all the rest of the crew for there pb.s as well.

Kazza


TAS
Australia
2299 days ago

Helga & Astrid don't you get cyclones up there?Wink Yes Tassie got one thing going for it......strong wind!! Definitely worth a road trip and I'd be able to sail with some girls for a change! But the guys here are great, very encouraging and supportive. 

Dave Morehead


TAS
Australia
2299 days ago

Well done to everyone on their PB's at Stanley.  Jordan, you finally got that 40 and Kazza top womens speed of the GPS TC!!  Well done Kaleb with the fastest ever 2-second in Tasmania!!!  Johno, shows having a rest is not such a bad thing!!  Izaak and Anthony - no 2-sec PB, but both achieving 5x10 PB's is pretty awesome!!

Vietzy, your effort is probably the most impressive of all.  Cracking the 40 knot barrier is not easy and you just went out an did it with virtually no experience at 'speed' sailing at all.  That is gutsy, as it's the 'not knowing where the limits are' that is half the battle - pushing them is the other and you must have been pushing it big time!!

Wish I could have been there, hopefully next time!!

Jordan Murray


TAS
Australia
2299 days ago

Thanks guys!Smile I could have never have achieved the 40 milestone without the support and encouragement i receive from both the challenge and my team! The Tassie Speed Seekers Wink

Rudi


QLD
Australia
2299 days ago

Cyclones are usually further North than the Sunshine Coast but we do get big lowsthat form off the coast As well as wind we get lots of rain. We have a rain weather warning at the moment. I hope the highways not going to be cut we wanted to head up to Burrum Heads tomorrow.

lao shi


WA
Australia
2299 days ago

Waaaahhhhhh!Surprised That is an amazing set of PBs! Great stuff team Tassie!Cool

Congrats to the guys cracking the 40, Kaleb on the state record and Kazza, woohoo!!!Laughing

Windxtasy


WA
Australia
2298 days ago

AAAAmazing! Well done all, especially to Kazza, that's a huge speed. Top of the women's speed table internationally and not just for this year!

I think I know where all our wind has gone...