|Gav (2756km): |
Sanctuary Point, NSW, AU great arvo on the water with the gustbusters and a few other guys from other gps teams north warp 7.0,6.3 ,ca58,ca66 and naish bullet 130 bring on tommorro for another ne
|Tony Polony (10976km): |
Sanctuary Point, NSW, AU
PD SL100 / R7 OD 6.2 / Vector Weed 27 (one run only) + PD SL87 / R8 5.7 / Vector Weed 27 (for the rest)
Great session after sneaking away from work a little early (and getting caught by the boss too!). Awesome numbers for a school day with the Coal Point lads in great form and a strong showing from the Gusties with Captain Keefy, sister Dez, "the Punisher" Gav and the Trickster himself
Super happy with my 2 sec peak after thinking that I would never break 36 knots.This one's going to be a difficult one to beat...
|Dezza (15848km): |
Sanctuary Point, NSW, AU
isonic 97 OD 6.2, ufu 28/40, then 80l isonic and keef fins
another go at the hour today, looked pretty windy early and more wind on the way, went with for bigger board with the 6.2 to see if I could keep cruising through, was ok for a bit but wind really picked up and picked me up with it a couple of times, still managed to hang on and complete the hour but arms were pretty stuffed. Went back out on the 80l and fav teamrider keef speed fin, water super shallow over weed beds, keef showed me where the lower canal was, had a few goes there but stinking black mud hole to start off with (did you know that keef and send me in there for a laugh?), so headed back up to top canal and a few good runs - tried the keef shallow weed fin for last half hour, I think this was the first fillet out of the fin laboraty for testing earlier this year, excellent in the weed and shallow water.
Tony Polony was firing like Top Gun out there today, awesome PB TP!!
- plus a great crowd out enjoying a sunny Thursday, summer is here.
|Feilian (14464km): |
Sanctuary Point, NSW, AU another great n/easter with supawomen , super man & Gav from the crack, arrived when supa women was 1/2 way through her 1HR and hanging on to the 6.2 like Ranga so ribbed the 6.4 "rules are rules " finnaly riged by the time the Ranga came in draging her knuckles though the grass, its amazing how much your arms can stretch after an 1hr of brutal sailing through the middle of sanga point , i was hopeing she would change down to a 5/7 so i could load up the 5/8 but no go "rules are rules " great effort Dezza for hanging on to the 6.2 all day
supaman turnd up after an early mark and knocked out a 38+ in the chop fantastic effort TP
carbonart 55 25weed fillet evo6 6/4