Double Demerits (NSW, Australia) - 2017-02-22
Sailor 2 Second Peak (Kts)5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)1 Hour (Kts)Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)Nautical Mile (Kts)Distance Travelled (km)
Andrew
26.541(D)
23.468(D)
9.041(D)
14.442(D)
17.067(D)
43.419(D)
Artur Kowalski
35.08(D)
32.825(D)
17.546(D)
22.003(D)
24.245(D)
47.064(D)
JohnM
31.743(D)
30.27(D)
12.648(D)
18.638(D)
24.175(D)
57.764(D)
Nigel
32.392(D)
30.898(D)
21.456(D)
22.292(D)
26.302(D)
104.017(D)
George
31.442(D)
29.45(D)
13.986(D)
19.322(D)
22.295(D)
64.742(D)
Dieter
31.83(D)
30.5(D)
11.253(D)
22.074(D)
22.77(D)
68.83(D)
Roar
32.482(D)
29.831(D)
12.228(D)
18.622(D)
21.404(D)
34.042(D)
Dean Seal
32.064(D)
28.056(D)
7.378(D)
20.826(D)
16.565(D)
21.329(D)
Jethrow
Karl
Waiting4wind
Laff77
Peter (Wineman)
Carol
AlfaMale
Sparky
Cheeky Monkey
Remi Dunoyer
Barks
Palleaon
Starboard64
Erik
Rico
Rodskeg
Jules
Greg Kay
Remi Roques
Average33.7831.8619.5022.1825.2786.42
Andrew (15048km):
2677 days ago

Kyeemagh, NSW, AU || 15-22kt NE and building || 94 Isonic 6.0 Simmer Style 34cm FO Nitro

Could have done with the 7.0 but rigged smaller as I got there early and it was building quickly. Didn't really get nukin' during my sailing window (11am to 2pm) but still got planing on the chosen combo for the majority of the time. First time on the FO Nitro 34 and it did the job really well despite a little difficulty keeping up wind in the lulls.

Nigel, John, Craig, George only just getting into the swing of things as I packed up. Looking forward to the posts that will appear below!



Artur Kowalski (21634km):
2676 days ago
1 categories

Kyeemagh, NSW, AU

Exocet RS4, MauiSails TRX 7.0, Select S1 39



JohnM (4237km):
2676 days ago

Kyeemagh, NSW, AU

CA75 MS 7.0 T42

Nice mostly friendly noreaster ,lots down.



Nigel (4616km):
2676 days ago
4 categories

Kyeemagh, NSW, AU || NE 18-29kts

Rocket 115, ODR8 7.0, Vmax4 39

Early start on the water today with John, Rick and Andrew. Ended up being really busy for a Wednesday. Good fun out there. Never out of control, but pretty well powered up most of the time. The water was super flat until the tide changed and then it got pretty rough in patches. Good to see the rest of the team show up a bit later. Good times :)

 



George (32558km):
2676 days ago
4 categories

Kyeemagh, NSW, AU || 18-25 and some stronger gusts

RS3/ Koncept 6.6/ Sonntag 35

Struggling in the beginning , then good fun when the wind picked up



Dieter (2996km):
2676 days ago
1 categories

Kyeemagh, NSW, AU

JP super X 115, VX3 6.6, 38

fun day on the water  

 



Roar (11958km):
2676 days ago

Kyeemagh, NSW, AU

jp 92, TRX 5.9 

Fun day at the airport with most the regulars out - slowy getting my fitness back 



Dean Seal (2158km):
2675 days ago

Patrick 92 OD 6.2m BP 24.  Didn't quite get in the groove,  but had a great time sailing with everyone down at Sanctuary Point.  Nigel showed me the ropes with the speed strip and had a chat with all the locals.  Pretty windy, having a fully powered run on my 5.0m wave sail and small wave board at the endof the day.  Sanctuary Point, NSW, AU



Comments
Artur Kowalski


NSW
Australia
2676 days ago

Nice distance Nigel👍

Larko


NSW
Australia
2676 days ago

Great speed Artur!!

Artur Kowalski


NSW
Australia
2676 days ago

Congrats on PB Dieter

Jetlag


NSW
Australia
2676 days ago
Great K's Nigel. You'll sleep well tonight !!!
Barks


NSW
Australia
2676 days ago

Congratulations on the distance PB D. 

Also a nice distance Nigel.

Glad it was such a top day!

Dieter


NSW
Australia
2676 days ago

Nice distance  Nigel  👍, im exhausted  doing half as much .

Larko


NSW
Australia
2676 days ago

Great k's Nigel.

George


NSW
Australia
2676 days ago

you guys are awesome !  Smile Smile

 

Thanks Mari for the photos !!!!

Andrew


NSW
Australia
2676 days ago

Nigel I just had a look at your top five distances. At this rate you'll have a nice sized km total by the end of the year.

Artur, solid numbers all round!

Congrats on the distance PB Deiter.

Looks like another steady NEr today, hope to see lots of the team out again!

Nigel


NSW
Australia
2676 days ago

Great numbers from the whole, team, guys.

Congrats on the PB Deiter! 

Atrur, noice speed mate :)

Craig, good to see you out there. Pretty good distance mate, given circumstances.

Hope to catch you all on the water again this arvo.

Tim Ford


NSW
Australia
2676 days ago

nice numbers. was fun out there.

.


NSW
Australia
2676 days ago

DD ( sweet bra size.....and awesome windsurfing team)

Well done all

Smoking Artur

Mondter Kms D and sweet Pb

Great sess Nigel!!! Really nice across the board

Hope you guys are enjoying summer in the city. ....

Nigel


NSW
Australia
2676 days ago

I slept very well last night. Fell asleep on the couch at about 8:30 :P

I wore a HR monitor yesterday as I was curious to know what a big session like this would look like. In total I burned 1700 kcals over 4 and a bit hours. My max HR was 170bpm and the average was 130bpm. I had my watch set to display my HR so I checked it quite regularly. It was interesting to see that after waterstarting my HR would rise to around 160-170bpm depending on how much water treading I had to do to clear the sail.

To put the calorie burn and HR range in perspective, I have a resting HR of around 35 bpm and a max HR of 205 bpm, weigh 82kg, VO2max of 48, and am 43 y/o. So about 6 calories a minute, which is actually quite a lot higher than I thought it would be for windsurfing. When running in soft sand and dune training I'm burning around 10 calories a minute with an average HR around 160. Hard cycling is a bit less than running at around 8 cals per minute.

These numbers would go up for someone who's older, heavier or less fit. Very interesting numbers... you don't get that from a GW60 :P

fangy


WA
Australia
2676 days ago
Excellent Nigel. I am feeling a whole lot better about my dedicated wine and cheese carbo loading pre training. Given I am older and heavier and less fit, I reckon I should smash a pile of ice cream as well. 😄
fangy


WA
Australia
2676 days ago
Man, this is the best thing I have read in ages! Vote 1 Nigel for PM:-)
Nigel


NSW
Australia
2676 days ago

You should never need an excuse for ice cream, Fangy... But now you can have extra :P

Tony Polony


VIC
Australia
2675 days ago

Outstanding numbers DDs!

Great information re: heart rate too. I always wondered if we were actually using much energy whilst out there. Now I know why I aced my annual fitness test this year!!