Illawarra Speedsters (NSW, Australia) - 2016-01-07
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Windsurfunstu
29.644(D)
26.955(D)
12.625(D)
9.574(D)
24.169(D)
24.824(D)
TERRY
35.922 [PB](D)
32.944(D)
12.231(D)
20.499(D)
23.424(D)
64.071(D)
Matt R
32.307(D)
27.322(D)
9.856(D)
17.483(D)
23.751(D)
31.012(D)
MT
37.448(D)
33.693(D)
13.133(D)
19.421(D)
26.774(D)
41.531(D)
Mike
Eckers
Liver
bushfire
TEX
bj
Wilba
mdemol
jdemol
philip watts
Mudcrab
nudie
Ken
Pat
JuJu
Chris
youngy
Jetlag
Gerry
Witto
Big Z
Average36.6933.3212.8819.9625.4752.80
Windsurfunstu (6659km):
1673 days ago
1 categories

Kanahooka, NSW, AU

Quick sail before first night shift. Patchy S-SSW 5-30kts. Nice in the gusts.

JP Slalom 101L. Tech. 40cm, SV R5 7m



TERRY (29851km):
1673 days ago
4 categories

Primbee, NSW, AU   Well you missed a good day today, wind all day but sometimes a bit hairy in front of the rain squalls, especially

                              out in the middle of the lake. A few runs down behind the wharf, lucky it was overcast because it was pretty shallow.

                               How about the 40kt brown arrow at Kiama.

                               Sailing with my mates the kiters, they do more sailing than the Speedsters!

                                Tabou 95l Rocket   NP 5.8 Evo6    and only one GT-31



Matt R (14095km):
1673 days ago

Primbee, NSW, AU, Atomiq 120L, Uni 32wf, Patrik 93L FW, Uni 26wf, SW 5.8m Revo

First one for the year for me and great to get out there again. Havent used the 120L and 5.8m together before but quite an impressive combo in the squalls and surprised how well the big board handled it. 



MT (15876km):
1673 days ago
6 categories

Sanctuary Point, NSW, AU

6.4 evo7, Chester 56cm slalom, Leroy 54cm B&J, 26cm G10 slalom fin.

Wild session at the ramp today, as rough as it gets. It's a shame there was so much weed everywhere, but I perservered with the slalom fin as it performed a lot better in the chop. Chester was flying today ,first time I've ever clocked a 38+ on the dial in the chop. It was just a shame I crushed the deck under foot and had to change boards.  

Anyway a great session after a few weeks off.



Comments
Larko


NSW
Australia
1673 days ago

Congrats on the 35 knot plus Pb Terry, old guys rule!!!!!!!!!!!!

nudie


NSW
Australia
1673 days ago

 Old Silver Fox well done PB. Tabou Happy New Year 2016 😎.

Won'tbe long till im back on the water. GT- 351.. Good to see you guy's still having fun..

Stu any air time footage..

MT


NSW
Australia
1673 days ago

Great effort Terry, well done on the PB mate.

Nigel


NSW
Australia
1673 days ago

Congrats Terry. Nice going in trying conditions. Well done!

Matt R


NSW
Australia
1673 days ago

Nice one Tez, first Speedsters' PB of the new year.

TEX


NSW
Australia
1673 days ago

Well done you old Fox. Great PB and distance. Not bad for an old man.

Windsurfunstu


NSW
Australia
1673 days ago
That's just how The Fox rolls. PB on the board for the new year. Thanks for comin people ;)
Mudcrab


NSW
Australia
1672 days ago

Terry Fantastic effort. Starting the year with yet another PB. You're an unstoppable force. Those race sails are obviously OK to sail with now you have broken them in. 

Mudcrab


NSW
Australia
1672 days ago

Terry you seem to be getting too many PB's. Are you sure you didn;t leave your GPS on while driving miss daisy home in the van

TERRY


NSW
Australia
1672 days ago

Hey there Mudcrab, I am just hanging my little Kahunas out a little bit more in the wind, whats happening with

the no show Spray Tan Team, does it wash off in lake water. You mean Miss Olga the super model from LG.

bushfire


NSW
Australia
1670 days ago

Great work Terry - better late than never congrats!Cool

Eckers


NSW
Australia
1670 days ago

Cracking effort there Terry - well done.  Is that the first PB for the year for the Illawarra Speedsters?

Mudcrab


NSW
Australia
1669 days ago

Good on you Terry, You are the gun sailor and still breaking records.

My tan has already faded so it will be safe to come down for a sail soon.