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Great news in announcing the confirmed dates of the Indian Ocean Championship - the Tri-Nations of windsurfing between Mauritius, Australia and South Africa. Some of you may remember I went last year for the first trial run of the concept… it was a huge amount of fun, and with the nolvadex without prescription visit our site event confirmed for 3 - 11 August; it's both a short week for us with the public holiday and a fantastic time to get out of the cold. As the 2013 national champion in racing, the organisers of www.smithlib.org the event are sponsoring Mitch Wagstaff's airfare and accommodation, so he can face off against the Mauritian and Australian national champs
All entrants must live in SA and all pics/videos must be taken in SA 2013. Judging will be by public vote.
Well Done Alberto!
From everyone in Cape Town, well done Alberto Menegatti . You thoroughly deserve your recent PWA success in Korea. Your annual visits to Cape Town and your many hours of training and testing at MAC have been a part of your success. You are an Italian yet we are claiming your success as a win for Cape Town
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1. Age? --- I’m 20 turning 21 on September the 12
2. Weight?--- I weigh 82kg
3. Height? --- I’m approximately 1.75m
4. Sail No? --- The loud and veiligheidshuisregioalkmaar.nl proud SA1111
5. Favourite Board size/brand? --- Well I would have to www.schwarzer-markt.net say the new 2013 starboard 107 Isonic
6. Favourite Sail size/brand? --- I would have to say my favourite sail size would have to be my 7,8 Neilpryde evo racing 4
7. Favourite discipline? --- At the moment my favourite discipline is slalom
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b) Most start sequences are 4 mins. The best is to run 1min away from the mark into the course then run 1 min back to that start mark then a further 1 min away from the start mark away from the course and finally run 1 min flat out to the start mark.
c) Positioning: I always like to run upwind(boat end) best clean wind straight down to the first mark.
d) Fastest route to the gybe would often depend who is around you and what your positioning is like heading towards the first mark.