|Sailor||2 Second Peak (Kts)||5 x 10 Second Average (Kts)||1 Hour (Kts)||Alpha Racing 500m (Kts)||Nautical Mile (Kts)||Distance Travelled (km)|
|Lester Hodge (309km): |
Carbonart 47 KA ass 23 KA Koncept 5.7
Great day at the pit with Grant and others. Started at lunch time with lighter westly wind good for find my feet again. Big crash with gust later in the afternoon broke mast with no other damage to self or gear. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger?
|Grant Finlayson (426km): |
Tough day at sandy.Very west plenty of rolling chop.Couldnt get that last fast run in.But very happy with 2 sec.Well done lester and great dismount at 38kts.Tony W wins the award for keeness. Drove vfrom geelong to sandy to melb to sandy to geelong .Hope it was worth it Tony.Thats Mad!!!
|Tonster (1658km): |
started the day leaving at 4.30 am to try for an early session. Arrived at 8.00 to find it too north west and light. Had to be at a meeting in the city at 1.30 so I left cursing. WhenÂ I came out of the meeting there was a message that Grant had a pb and it was on. The tide was about to turn and I was 2 1/2 hours away. I decided to make the trip back to Sandy on the chance the tide would stay out longer than expected. I arrived to find it rushing in and rigged super fast. First run was 45 on the dial and 10 sec of 44. Unfortunately I broke a boom clamp rope and had a swim in wasting time I didn't have. From then on the wind slowly dropped as did the times. I tried desperately to get 5 good ones but the tide was lapping at the car wheels and the rolling chop was getting pretty harsh. Another 2 runs would have done it but the points go to Shelby today. Well done!!