Gustbusters (NSW, Australia) - 2010-12-20
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
AUS2001
18.91(D)
16.78(D)
0(D)
9.21(D)
7.89(D)
4.66(D)
Ian Knight
32.4(D)
30.4(D)
13(D)
21.08(D)
29.44(D)
58.49(D)
Feilian
33.63(D)
31.38(D)
12.16(D)
20.71(D)
24.48(D)
52.51(D)
Jase
27.17(D)
23.13(D)
6.35(D)
11.95(D)
13.52(D)
17.22(D)
Mudskipper
Bristol
Samuel Brain
Paul Dorsett
SkindupTruk
FormulaNova
Jeff Maitland
KA360
Anna
troll
mick
Pete
Geezer
rob
AUS3111
Ben Flood
Troll
Rhys
rick
Brooksy
Sam
road runner
Tricky Dicky
Peter Berckelman
Gav
Kye
nikipiki
Andrew
AUS-8
AUS-81
Brenden Dunn
Peanut (Liam)
MATT
COZA12
Matty Nix
Geoff
Geoffrey Two Dogs
Average33.0230.8912.5820.9026.9655.50
AUS2001 (3512km):
4929 days ago

Yarralumla, ACT, AU

CA SL45,3.6 xs-1



Ian Knight (4984km):
4929 days ago
4 categories

Lake Illawarra, NSW, AU  Plenty of wind today.  Pretty choppy a lot of water over the sandbank. Sydneysiders Leo and Craig came down. Leo took away the Lake record. Well done. Think I've just pipped the my NM pb, a good day out.  sonic 90, north ice 5.3 28cm weedie.



Feilian (14464km):
4929 days ago
6 categories

Lake Illawarra, NSW, AU CA44+custom,slingshot21,n/prs 4.6 westerly 20 to 30 great days  sailing with Ian k and the illawarra guys as well as Leo and Craig from the cockroaches, used the CA44 for most of the session the best i could manage was low 32's, had a 1hr lunch break then decided to rig the new custom i Had made especially for illawarra and nailed a 34.11 on the dial on the 3rd runSmile,i picked the CA44 up on saturday, the guy told me it will do 44knts, don't know what happened to the other 12 knts Laughing

congratulations Leo on those great speeds Wink 



Jase (1717km):
4929 days ago

Jindabyne, New South Wales, AU

 

JP X-cite 120, 6.7 NP Fusion and JPSS 38cm fin.

One of my better sessions on lake jindabyne, The wind is so patchy and gusty that its very hard to get a good run. Tried a new freeride sail today, The Neilpryde 6.7 Fusion and I like it. It seems to have plenty of power with it's deep profile but responds well in gusts and is very stable. I had it very flat but when powered up the monofilm still was touching the boom. I can't wait to get it down the coast as I think it's got some speed in it, Today I posted 27 knots without trying.

 



Comments
Mark Hampton


NSW
Australia
4929 days ago

Well Done Keef & Ian on the PBs! Cool

Feilian


NSW
Australia
4929 days ago

 woohoo Smilegreat PB ian

Jase


NSW
Australia
4929 days ago

Good job on the PB's guys, Can't wait to move to the Illawarra but I'm still looking for a place to live....Thinking of Gerroa or Gerrigong as Gerroa is only 35km from where I'll be working.

 

Gaz


QLD
Australia
4929 days ago

Congrats on the PB's, nice numbers

Karl


NSW
Australia
4929 days ago

Yeah well done. Strong westerlies so Lake Illawarra was the go. Sounds like a winter westerly but without the freezing cold.

 

 

Ian Knight


NSW
Australia
4929 days ago

Good onya Keef. That Illawarra custom board looks fast standing still.  Plenty of wind in the Illawarra Jase, and Gustbusters or not it's pretty steady.

LEO


NSW
Australia
4929 days ago

fantastic PBS boys !! great day !! I was .3 of a kn off my best at sandy on my 5x10s GUTTED !! but still smiling !! 

thanks boys for a great day !! 

kato


VIC
Australia
4929 days ago

Congrats on the Nm Ian, so close to a 30. Wasn,t that canted fin  ?????

Craig Hammond


NSW
Australia
4929 days ago

Great PB's Guys what a Day can't wait too next time

Hardie


WA
Australia
4929 days ago

Great stuff Keef & Ian!!!

the new guy


NSW
Australia
4929 days ago

Great stuff Keef!

Ian Knight


NSW
Australia
4929 days ago

You'd never believe it Kato, clean forgot to pack the canted fin! Come to think of it I reckon it'd be just the thing for distance records. If you started to doze off on port tack you'd sure be awake on starboard.  Do you want me to post it down for you to try out?

Feilian


NSW
Australia
4929 days ago

thanks guys , ian the 33 was on the run to the yacht club in chop, not bad for such a flat rocker, 33's fast enough im happy if i get a 30Wink

Ian Knight


NSW
Australia
4929 days ago

In the chop on the home run! That's good going Keef. I like that idea of the bevels lining up with the wingers. Seems to work as well.