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sergio_k



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PostPosted: Fri Sep 27, 2013 8:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

zirtaeb wrote:
Jerek married a former good sailing bud of mine, Barb. Nice guy, but I wonder the sanity of using 6 meter sails and Isonics ONLY at Sherman. Even in gusts to 35?
Serge, careful about what you THINK about Berkeley windsurfing.
A few pro guys sail there when around, and the local level is 70%+ planing out of jibes, guys sailing slalom boards for over 20 years.
We're not a bunch of hacks with less than a decade of slalom board experience.
As for myself, I was a Seatrend team rider back in '85, full on Oneill wetsuit sponsorship, Haut sponsorship by '87, full ride Gaastra (2 quivers a year) National Team, 4 years of Stroh's World Cup racing experience, and yes, I can plane out of at least 70% of my jibes when even moderately powered.

was kidding a bit... Smile Couple of SF guys used to come to Miami for a while, racing, FW mostly, so I know SF level is generally high...
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