Burrum Heads M.O.B. (QLD, Australia) - 2011-02-22
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
wongi
30.43(D)
27.63(D)
10.09(D)
10.02(D)
24.14(D)
21.56(D)
Alex Kirk
36.96 [PB](D)
35.24 [PB](D)
17.36(D)
26.24 [PB](D)
28.7(D)
42.59(D)
Porkchop
jusav
starboardsailor
Seawitch
Dart
Dino
Brad
Hooray
Redbear
Shillo
Donno
Ross
justin mc
Ian Watson
Average33.7031.4413.7318.1326.4232.08
wongi (759km):
3460 days ago
6 categories

Burrum Heads, QLD, AU



Alex Kirk (377km):
3459 days ago
6 categories

Burrum Heads. Al Green custom 44, 6m aerotech wave, 24 slect evo.



Comments
Decrepit


WA
Australia
3460 days ago

Great numbers, are you going to get backed up?

Sausage


QLD
Australia
3460 days ago

That is one honking Alpha Alex - congratulations.

Vando


QLD
Australia
3460 days ago

smoking Alpha AlexCool

Mineral


WA
Australia
3460 days ago

Good onya Alex,Cool so wheres me ol mat Ray, parked up some place?Laughing

Then again, he could be still getting home from a hard day, and the long walk back across the back lawnWink

lao shi


WA
Australia
3460 days ago

Big time corner! Well done, Alex!Cool

Firiebob


WA
Australia
3460 days ago

Very nice PB's Alex Tongue out

Ray having a nana nap Undecided Hope he was helping Gail make some lemon cordial Wink

Herby


QLD
Australia
3460 days ago

Good numbers Alex.    Congrats    Innocent/Cool

Good Samaritan Ray should have posted his boat trip.....Probably still wouldn't have got a PBWink

Jez


TAS
Australia
3460 days ago

Nice PB's guys, well done. Great Alpha Alex!

Hooray


QLD
Australia
3459 days ago

Great numbers Alex, I watched your alphas and was amazed how little effort you put into it.Smile

Wongi, good to see you finally sort out your data. Now you can enjoy beating all the locals who remember to wear their GPS. You definetly looked a tad over powered with the 6.3 seeing as you are only about  60kgs ringing wet.

Mineral, I was all rigged up ready to break the N.M. record Wink, when along came a Viking without his boat. Without hesitation I gave up my record attempt to launch my ship, took him aboard and (cough, cough) we motored out looking for his abandoned vessel. Cough, cough went my motor but we finally found his lost vessel high and dry. Threw him overboard  and motored back without any trouble. I worked out that my motor was OK, it was only coughing from the giant Viking on board.Laughing

How the hell are you Mineral? Joan must be tired from looking after you.Smile

Hooray


QLD
Australia
3459 days ago

Firie and Herby, I will not reply here but I will definetly sort you out when you come to Burrum. Hope to see you soon.Wink

starboardsailor


QLD
Australia
3459 days ago

Nice first post for the team GrahamCool 

ODIN


South
Croatia
3459 days ago

Good stuff guys and a great effort