Team East (Engl-E, Great Britain) - 2010-05-30
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Rik Jones
28.74(D)
27.84(D)
16.53(D)
20.7(D)
21.87(D)
87.94 [PB](D)
benno
31.95(D)
29.97(D)
7.81(D)
19.37(D)
0(D)
23.02(D)
Mike G
32.82(D)
30.68(D)
12.65(D)
20.61(D)
19.35(D)
76.15(D)
Ben Tilston
31.4(D)
30.05(D)
12.83(D)
21.91(D)
21.67(D)
73.48(D)
Lance Newbery
27.08(D)
25.46(D)
5.47(D)
14.22(D)
18.8(D)
15.68(D)
Hotdog
30.32 [PB](D)
28.11 [PB](D)
9.67(D)
0(D)
20.18(D)
50.37 [PB](D)
Ian Richards
Peter Cutts
Stephen Squirrell
Jamie Bore
Tris Haskins
Will Trossell
Steve Carter
Trollope
Whitey
plum
matty
Ant
Venga Boy
tccambs
Killer Miller
Alex Lewin
Lewis Limm
Average32.3930.3714.6821.3121.7782.05
Rik Jones (834km):
3722 days ago
2 categories

Probably the session of the year so far - heaps of wind (much more than predicted) and many people out so it was a good social yet full-on day!

Only took a 6.2m as my smallest sail and was well cooked on that but hey you have to do these things...'man up'...and all that.

Won't be as quick as the others but I am sure I clocked some distance and had a superb time - just a bit disappointed with my top speeds but with 3ft chop running down Rutland bearing away proper broad just wasn't an option.  Still I was 'race' competitive when we had some burn-ups with each other!



benno (2236km):
3722 days ago
1 categories

basically im the king! for so long i have been the underdog but the last 2 sessions i have been on fire, i have been long overdue but i have the ka's firing, just sat there while i enjoyed off the fin syle through nice swell!

took the sp50 for a couple of runs and hit max pb but not as comfy as the superx so went back, hit pb again then lost it big time off the back should be in a+e i have a ballon for a foot....MASSIVE thanks to 'hotdog' for packin away for me, really gutted i didnt get a blast with ya! :(

also i bit wounded i lost a 30k average to.03but hey....but managed a pb alpha...not bad cosidering it wasnt a planning exit!

sun belting warm windy best rutland sesh yet! :) 



Mike G (11070km):
3722 days ago
3 categories

First proper wind at Brog this year! Sunny and windy so all of the regulars were out.
First session was before lunch and I spent all of my time on the kit that I would use for slalom.... given similar conditions.

Kit: JP Slalom V 68, 7.2m NP RS:Slalom MK II, Tectonics Talon 38

Second session of the day. Tried some smaller kit but didn't really go much faster... only around a knot. Probably just tired through lack of sailing recently! Nice to be back on the water and see some results appearing on the club speed ladder.

Kit: JP Slalom V 60, 6.2m NP RS:Slalom MK II, Tectonics Talon 32

Spot / Conditions: Brogborough Lake (England), 15 knots but gusting about 20 knots
Tech Details: Navi GT-31 V1.3 (B1123t), GpsarPro v4.25, Doppler, Cubic Spline.



Ben Tilston (3051km):
3721 days ago
3 categories

Awesome days sailing at last - spent more time trying to stop air time than gunning it but great to be on a small sail at last.  Swell too big on south arm for going really broad but had fun trying nevertheless.  PB for alpha and just sneaked a 30kt av.

Loads out at the club for a change and quite a few when we sailed over to Whitwell late on.  Totally knackered now!!!

Rutland / WNW 20-30kts / JP Slalom 89 / NP RSR 5.8 / 30cm Fireblade



Lance Newbery (133km):
3721 days ago

Underpowered all day, need to get a bigger board. Still, warm and sunny so not all bad!



Hotdog (164km):
3719 days ago


Comments
Normski


Engl-S
Great Britain
3722 days ago

Well done guys....Alex hope yer foot gets better soon!  Sounds like it was bumpy!

benno


Engl-E
Great Britain
3722 days ago

cheers norm, quite embarrasin at the mo the downstairs has laminate floor so its quicker to slide on my knees! lol actually for rutland the chop was rolling down the arm so like sea swell which i find ok, its the messy chop i cant do, either way cant remember seeing so many smiles n buzzed conversation, thougherly enjoyed watching people stack it! :)  

Mike G


Engl-S
Great Britain
3721 days ago

It was choppy at Brog too but that is par for the course when it gets windy. I had one slightly scary run where the nose of my board went straight through a piece of chop whilst I was doing over 30 knots. I was expecting one hell of a catapult so I was quite surprised when I came out of the other side with hardly any speed loss. I won't be deliberately repeating that though... flying the nose feels much safer!

benno


Engl-E
Great Britain
3721 days ago

boys im nawsed plaster up to my knee....possible fractures in 3 places im out for ages Cry

Peter Cutts


Engl-E
Great Britain
3720 days ago

bloody  Alex thats a bugger just as the summer here!!! soory mate.  went out on a good day though . 

Realy good Alfa's