Tassie Speed Seekers (TAS, Australia) - 2015-12-07
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Geoff Broomby
28.954(D)
27.065(D)
12.969(D)
17.408(D)
20.359(D)
43.319(D)
Will
32.909(D)
30.882(D)
16.018(D)
23.116(D)
23.862(D)
57.014(D)
Ben Wilson
30.713(D)
26.857(D)
12.99(D)
18.604(D)
21.361(D)
40.817(D)
Johno
40.704(D)
38.252(D)
13.317(D)
19.229(D)
21.474(D)
74.251(D)
Barry
36.019(D)
33.757(D)
7.357(D)
20.406(D)
16.899(D)
33.002(D)
Shorty
29.614(D)
27.344(D)
14.769(D)
16.89(D)
19.84(D)
40.635(D)
Anthony Perkins
40.519(D)
37.477(D)
9.169(D)
27.188(D)
20.876(D)
32.804(D)
cookie
41.289(D)
38.893(D)
11.674(D)
24.593(D)
18.335(D)
55.474(D)
Ray Thorne
41.948(D)
38.637 [PB](D)
10.617(D)
25.336(D)
19.485(D)
37.623(D)
Al Bach
Dave Morehead
Steve Charles
Bear
Izaak Perkins
Stewart McKay
James Brient
Jordan Murray
Gordo
Richard CS
Jack
Jason
Tom
Fubbs
Paul Tenteye
Jez
Easty
Anthony Houston
Kaleb Smith
Kazza
Marlon
Russell Dowd
Jodi
Fos
Sim
Azza
Waynos
Klaas Hartmann
geared4knots
Liana Perkins
Corkers
veitz
Matt Webster
Jules
Johnny
Al
Parky
Ferg
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
Average41.6238.7715.3926.2622.6765.63
Geoff Broomby (35891km):
1711 days ago
1 categories

Kelso, TAS, AU

Great sail with Ben in  powered up NE wind.

6.5  Ezzy Freeride, Carve 99

https://www.ka72.com/Track/t/268961



Will (15864km):
1711 days ago

Dorans nice Easterly sail with Dad. IS90, DW34, R3 7.0. Over rigged to start with but it died off all of a sudden then the 7 was a bit small. Not that flat as the tide was running in but great fun!



Ben Wilson (17381km):
1711 days ago
2 categories

Kelso, TAS, AU

Great sailing with Geoff at Kelso

JP92 Ezzy 6.5 WS34

https://www.ka72.com/Track/t/268964

 



Johno (4871km):
1711 days ago

Stanley, TAS, AU

Another sacrifice to the wind GodsCry  After Todd a few weeks ago busted up his leg and foot

Perks decided to adjust his harness lines with his face at 35 kts Surprisedafter he headed to hospital a good Easterly 27-37 kts was enjoyed by Cookie, Ray, Barry and myself 

I think this is a top 3 speed day for me.

2016 Ka Koncept 5.4 Carbon Art Sp40 Tribal speed 21



Barry (22839km):
1711 days ago

Stanley, TAS, AU  Strongest Easterly I've seen at Stanley for a while. Was being  bit cautious, treading a fine line at times.

But the big guns were firing. Saw Perks pull off  at least one sensational alpha, and later a stack  that  was a bit unnerving to watch. Hope he'll patch up ok, after a few stitches ... a memorable day for several reasons.

JP45, 5.1 OD, 22bps.



Shorty (4486km):
1711 days ago

Dorans, TAS, AU Isonic 87 & 110   R4 7.0    Great reverse dorans with Will



Anthony Perkins (18098km):
1711 days ago
1 categories

Me Stanley, TAS, AU

Session started out with hassles. With battens breaking. And having to change sails after about three run in. 5.8m was probably a little too big for me. Then got very happy with a nice alpha and started to work on the other numbers. Went up for a deep off the wind run down the sand. Probably a little deep once hitting a gust. So the board rode back up towards the bank, way too close. So i steared away and lost it and went over the front. Face planted the sail and managed to breack three battens with my face, sliding up the sail. Resulting in six stitches to sew the lip back up.

Alll in all a good sailSealed

NP RSR EVO6 5.0m/5.8, JP Speed 45, 21cm Sling



cookie (16424km):
1711 days ago
3 categories

Stanley, TAS, AU, Pretty good sail with the boys today, good speeds all round. Went out on the M 112 first to try for an alpha

but it was too rough and windy with that setup. Really happy with the corner though, only did 2.

Went in and Baz said i should take the Mistral 41 out because i hadn't sailed it before.

Was a good decision because it felt really good in the chop. Didn't really enjoy watching Perks crash, but it did free up a bit of space

on the run. I am sure he will be back on the water soon (Wednesday?)

M112, OD R5 6.2, CLSL2 32

M41, OD R5, CL22W



Ray Thorne (6907km):
1711 days ago
3 categories

Stanley, TAS, AU Wowsers what an afternoon, and I thought twice about going, making a mad rush after work. It was quite hard work today,strong wind and rough. I agree Barry. my heart was in my mouth more than once!

JP SPEED 45, OD 5.6, Slingy 21      



Comments
Johno


TAS
Australia
1711 days ago

Smokin alpha Perks your 2nd best ever Cool

Paul Tenteye


TAS
Australia
1711 days ago

You did a good job of that one Perks...ouch...Stanley bites again...Still you managed a nice 40 and a smokin Alpha Cool Awesome numbers JohnoCool

Steve Charles


TAS
Australia
1711 days ago

Ouch Perks, heal up soon mateCry Smokin Alpha, so faaaastSurprised Great work Johno on your 3rd best ever top speed and you beat PerksTongue out Is this now the curse of Stanley like the curse of the Chicke Run. Remember guys things come in 3sWink Nice Alpha and speeds CookieCool

Ray Thorne


TAS
Australia
1711 days ago
Very nice corner Perks. Lucky you didn't get any splinters up your nose on the way past those batters. That 40 held nice Johno, nice 5x as well. We have too remember; for those that push the limits, sometimes we find the limits push back.
Ben Wilson


TAS
Australia
1711 days ago

Smoking corner Perks! Hope they used waterproof stitches.. get well soon mate

cookie


TAS
Australia
1711 days ago

A great corner Perks, a pitty your session was cut short.

Well done Johno good speeds 

Congrats Ray top effort

Dave Morehead


TAS
Australia
1711 days ago

Bad luck on the crash Perks - yow!  Nice alpha though.  Well done on the PB Ray and your 3rd best speed session Johno.  Good speeds alround for you guys at Stanley.  Hopefully we'll get a good run of easterlies this summer. 

Izaak Perkins


TAS
Australia
1711 days ago
Hell yeah ray! Gotta be stoked with that!
Anthony Perkins


TAS
Australia
1711 days ago

Thanks all, and nice sailing alround team

Stewart McKay


TAS
Australia
1711 days ago

Well done team, great effortSealed. Get yourself right for wednesday perk - distance perhaps!!

Paul Tenteye


TAS
Australia
1711 days ago

Awesome RayCool

Ray Thorne


TAS
Australia
1711 days ago
Cheers guys.😄 great team effort as always!
STROPPO


WA
Australia
1711 days ago
Nice speeds fellars talk about taking a hit for the team Anthony ouch!
Boombuster


QLD
Australia
1711 days ago

Sorry about the lip Anthony this sport is getting dangerous we have 3 sailors up here injured ATM nice U mate. 

Nice speed and results from the team. 

Sammy the snail


WA
Australia
1711 days ago

ah ah ah Laughing sorry Anthony, that made me laugh fisrt because you look pretty depressed Wink

often is the price to pay for great achievment Tongue out, fantastic A of yours Cool, great numbers and PBs guys CoolCoolCool

Sorry for the lip Wink 

ps: had a nasty stack last week, result.. 200mm diam bruise and cut on my leg , me too went over the front ah ah ah Laughing

Firiebob


WA
Australia
1711 days ago

Sh*t AP that's a bugger mate, talk about being snotted. Awesome corner though and not even a Pb SurprisedCool

That's a big Pb Ray, big congrats Cool

dr cam


QLD
Australia
1711 days ago

Great numbers Guys-missing that spot ...!!!

Out of interest Anthony-who did the needle work on your lip ...???

Anthony Perkins


TAS
Australia
1710 days ago

Thanks guys, just trying to keep the pressure on LaughingLaughingLaughing.hope that legs ok Sammy 

Nice work ray

Anthony Perkins


TAS
Australia
1710 days ago

Hi cam can't remember his name young doc on duty at Burnie emergency, my doc and nurses looked at it today and both commented on what a good job he had done, so I'm quite pleased. 

I guess my modelling career is still on track Cool

Hardie


WA
Australia
1710 days ago

Anthony, Middle aged windsurfers as good looking as you need a bit of facial scarring and degradation to give the rest of us a chanceWink

Steve Charles


TAS
Australia
1710 days ago

Well done on the PB and alpha RayLaughing

Martin Worling


QLD
Australia
1710 days ago

Sorry about the stack Mr Perkins. Great number guys. Well done.

Sailquik


VIC
Australia
1708 days ago

Wow! Just cought up with the news Perks. Hope the recovery is going well and you don't miss any good sessions! Wink