Tassie Speed Seekers (TAS, Australia) - 2012-07-15
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Bear
33.74(D)
31.3(D)
0(D)
17.49(D)
19.61(D)
17.22(D)
Anthony Perkins
39.616(D)
37.263(D)
0(D)
0(D)
0(D)
9.223(D)
Gordo
28.79(D)
26.23(D)
7.91(D)
19.01(D)
19.91(D)
15.44(D)
Paul Tenteye
40.58 [PB](D)
38.39(D)
5.46(D)
17.66(D)
16.29(D)
19.04(D)
James Brient
38.44(D)
36.23(D)
4.23(D)
10.34(D)
9.77(D)
20.62(D)
Will
30.54(D)
26.34(D)
9.43(D)
17.23(D)
21.36(D)
21.46(D)
Ben Wilson
29.75(D)
27.88(D)
5.35(D)
15.79(D)
8.96(D)
22.94(D)
Dave Morehead
43.416(D)
39.148(D)
7.585(D)
17.697(D)
17.617(D)
19.743(D)
Steve Charles
40.053(D)
36.962(D)
7.254(D)
0(D)
0(D)
34.598(D)
Izaak Perkins
41.462(D)
38.721(D)
5.887(D)
20.72(D)
16.241(D)
30.691(D)
Klaas Hartmann
26.77(T)
24.35(T)
3.8(T)
9.7(T)
10.08(T)
15.437(T)
Al Bach
Stewart McKay
Jordan Murray
Richard CS
Johno
Jack
Ray Thorne
Jason
Tom
Fubbs
Geoff Broomby
Jez
Easty
Anthony Houston
Kaleb Smith
Kazza
Marlon
Russell Dowd
Jodi
Fos
Sim
Azza
Waynos
geared4knots
Liana Perkins
Corkers
veitz
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
Average42.4438.938.6719.8720.6432.64
Bear (8650km):
2949 days ago

Hobart, TAS, AU Sorell end of the causway. Rigged the 7.8,had one run and the wind arrived so had to change to a 6.3. Still very gusty but had some good runs on quite flat water which is a bit of a change. JP 68 ,loft blade  



Anthony Perkins (18098km):
2949 days ago

Could'nt get it going today....Maybe a little gun shy from my last crash a few sessions ago. Well done to the guys with pb's!!

NP RSREVOIV 5.8, JP Speed 45, C3 Slingshot 21cm



Gordo (3768km):
2949 days ago

Hobart, TAS, AU Started with big gear but as we were walking out through the shallows it changed from NW to SW and howled. Changed back to small gear and had a good short sail in gusty conditions before weather turned to rain and cracked up completely.



Paul Tenteye (9042km):
2949 days ago

Great sail at port Sorell with some of the team. Wind was gusty and the speed run not all that flat but was happy with a couple of 40kt plus runs. Isonic 86, Loft Blade 5.6, c3 Venom 32



James Brient (6262km):
2949 days ago

Port Sorrell, TAS, AU

Couldnt really get it together today, bit bumbed with the numbers but first time for a little while so ok i guess

 

Severne Reflex III C3 Slingshot 20, Starboard Isonic 50



Will (15864km):
2949 days ago

Dorans on IS101 with CR6.2. Wind was up and down... mostly down though. Should have sailed on the river.



Ben Wilson (17381km):
2949 days ago

Port Sorrell, TAS, AU

Great sail with the team today, thanks all for your tips and help.

First day on the new board, Big thanks to Anthony for lending me the fin!

Got smashed first time on the run finding the foot straps but settled in quickly and very happy with setup, Gave it everything I had today but couldnt quite get 30.... sore in all sorts of places now...

JP Slalom 112 Venom 36 Koncept 5.8



Dave Morehead (20419km):
2949 days ago
4 categories

Port Sorrell, TAS, AU

Great sail today.  Steve and I arrived at the carpark to see the sand bar just surfacing and the wind looking pretty good, so didn't take much convincing to rig up!!

Rigged the Reflex III 5.6 and took the iSonic 86 slim for a few runs.  First run was 39.77 knots.  Still a bit choppy.  As soon as the main run smoothed out got the iSonic W49 out with C3 SS21 and got a 41.45 knot run straight up.  Wind was broad and not much bear-away required.  Stoked to get a 43.77 on the dial with a 41.98 10 sec.  A few more 40 knot runs, but wind started to become a bit lighter as the run really flattened out. 

Good to see so many out and so a fair few PB's!!!  Well done to all.



Steve Charles (29814km):
2948 days ago
3 categories

Good Sail today with the crew at Port Sorell. Isonic 2009 49, Reflex 3 5.6 and C3 21 Sling Shot. Very happy to finally crack 40 knots, been sitting on 39 for over 4 years.



Izaak Perkins (21516km):
2948 days ago
2 categories

About time we got some decent wind. Good day on the water, but frustrating missing the best two gusts sailing back upwind. Anyway well done team, some good pb's were achieved!! Unlucky jordan broke a batten before he hit the waterYell

NP RSREVOIV 5.8, JP Speed 45, C3 Slingshot 21cm

Had to add in my favourite shot, i now have on canvas. Props to Lutz..

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Klaas Hartmann (1373km):
2935 days ago

5 Mile, Isonic 94, KA Koncept 5.8, Aerotech 4.7

Posting an old session -- A frustrating day, first time back on the water in months. Wind picked up after I waded out, was way overpowered. Came back in changed sails and the wind died after about 500m. :-(



Comments
Russell Dowd


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago
Top effort guys, Paul fantastic job on the 86 well done. Top results Izaak, Anthony that was a big off I can understand, on a bright note 39.6 is moving. Gordo and Big Bear well done on the causeway results, I think we will get some special numbers there this season for sure. I was to sick to sail today but I am looking forward to next fronts. Looking forward to Steve and Daves posts. Cheers Russ
bushfire


NSW
Australia
2949 days ago

Well done Paul! Congrats on the 40 knot 2 sec PB - woo hooCool

Great 2 sec speeds Izaak, Perks & JamesSmile

Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago
Wooohooo Paul, great to see you get it. Plenty of fist pumps too. Was not a ideal day too, didn't really get that flat and was up and down. So all results that everyone got is very good!!
Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago
And of course Dave found that lucky gust..hehe well done mate!
Gabe


NSW
Australia
2949 days ago

Good work guys!!Congrats on the PB Paul.

Johno


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago

Great stuff Paul and on fairly big gear tooCool

Ben Wilson


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago

Well done Paul great to see you get the 40!

Firiebob


WA
Australia
2949 days ago

Big congrats for the 40 Paul, awesome Tongue out

Well done with all the PB's Bearhoover, congrats Cool

Paul Tenteye


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago

well done ben..some great sailing form today...looking good out thereCool

Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago
Great job Ben, 30 is just around the corner for sure.
Kaleb Smith


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago

Well done PaulLaughing

Glad you guys had great dayYell, sorry I meantCool

dr cam


QLD
Australia
2948 days ago

Great numbers Men 

Well done Izaak on some excellent numbers

Go Paul !!

Steve-well done on the PB !

Dave-just saw your post-absolutely fantastic numbers ( a spot record ??!!)

Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago
Few. My record still in tact just. Funny how I had 43.7 and it dropped to 43.38 last session. With a similar 10sec as well to yours Dave. Well done anyway!!
Steve Charles


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago

Well done on the PBs Paul and Ben and well done on the top speeds Dave and Izaak.

Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago
Yeiw awesome Steve, brilliant and got to the 40 easy!!
Ben Wilson


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago

Thanks guys, some honking numbers from quite a few people today!

and well done to you Steve!

Kaleb Smith


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago

Well done SteveTongue out and nice work DaveCool.  Congrats to Izaak for suck a close call on the spotSealed

Sausage


QLD
Australia
2949 days ago
Congrats on the PBs guys. You'll hear me in Tassie when I get 40 (if ever). Fabulous team turn out especially in the middle of winter.
Paul Tenteye


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago

well done Steve, just scraped it inCool

Dave Morehead


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago

Yep well done Steve, Paul and Ben for your PB's.  Two people getting the big FOUR ZERO for the first time is fantastic. 

Izaak, you've got me on the 2-sec spot record when I post via KA72, but in GPS Results I get 43.416 (just beating your record of 43.387).  If you posted in GPS Results, should I?  Undecided

Kaleb Smith


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago

yes you shouldInnocent

Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago
Yea I did, so can't see why you can't....go for it. Now I have something to chase!
Dave Morehead


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago

OK, I have - post is now from GPS Results  Wink

bushfire


NSW
Australia
2949 days ago

Fantastic 2 sec PB Steve - finally in the 40 knot clubSmile

Great speed Dave.I've got a SV R3 5.6 due any day - you like?

Great day for you guys at Port Sorrell - finally some wind!

Russell Dowd


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago
Is gps results realspeed or some other program? Looks to be lifting results up a bit over ka72. Congratulations Steve wooooohoooooo 40 nice result. The Red Barron strikes again!! Top effort Dave!!!!
Dave Morehead


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago

Realspeed and KA72 appear to give the same results (I often check my tracks in Realspeed and then post via KA72 - data doesn't change).  GPS Results must calculate the raw data differently and often (always?) gives a higher 2-second result.  My broad generalisation is that most of the guys only posting to the GPS Speed surfing website use GPS Results, while most people only posting to the GPS TC use KA72.  If you're posting to both sites, then you probably want to be consistent with your data (so it's the same in GPSSS and GPSTC), so you'd use the same software to post to each site (and probably the one that reads the highest).

Dave Morehead


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago

Bushfire, the new Severne Reflex III 5.6 is an awesome sail.  Very grunty in the lighter winds (more so than earlier models), but still fantastic top speed.   

Steve Charles


TAS
Australia
2949 days ago

Thanks guys, yeah just scrapped that one in phew. Bushfire there are 4 of us in Tas who have the R4 5.6 and we love it. Seems to be a step a head than the previous model.

Mike Sinclair


Sth Is
New Zealand
2948 days ago

Nice speeds.

If you guys are getting higher speeds with GPS Results, chances are that it doesn't use trapezoidal integration for the speed calcs.

KA72 does use trapezoidal int and GPSAR has it as an option.

The reason your display speeds get worked lower is that the display is the 1 second  speed and normally the 2 sec ends up slower.

 

Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
2948 days ago
Doesn't real speed average there 2 sec over 3 seconds?? Where results just average 2sec plus rounds off to 3decimal places. Every now and then real speed is quite close to results for me. But the times where it isn't it's like +.1 or .2 in results. Now I get why alot of people call realspeed 'slow speed'
Ado


VIC
Australia
2948 days ago

Sweet!

 

PS That's now an impressive sized team!

Johno


TAS
Australia
2948 days ago

40 kt club Steve at last, top effortCool    Ben nearly 30 not far off now.    Dave just clinches new spot record wow!! Good job team

Mike Sinclair


Sth Is
New Zealand
2948 days ago

Hi Izaak,

             "Now I get why alot of people call realspeed 'slow speed' "

Maybe they should be calling it 'accurate speed' ..........  the truth is often a bummer Smile

Ben Wilson


TAS
Australia
2948 days ago

I have alos found that KA72 will sometimes give higher Alphas than gpsresults. All are very minor differences though so I dont think it matters too much....

Bear


TAS
Australia
2948 days ago

Great effort Steve,40 at last!  Well done team must have been a good day at P.S.

Easty


TAS
Australia
2948 days ago

Well done Steve, Paul and BearHoover, a day to remember!

lao shi


WA
Australia
2947 days ago

Well done on cracking the 40, Paul and Steve!Cool

Soo close to the 30, Bearhoover!Laughing Next time.