Speed Sailing Results - Windsurfing
CWA Windsurf Speed Sailing Trophy - based on the average of 5 fastest speeds over 2 secs (Each speed set on different days)
|2015 2016||Dan Willemse||39.36|
|2014 2015||Dan Willemse||40.90||Jessie Smith||18.5|
|2013 2014||Mike Sinclair||38.66|
|2012 2013||Mike Sinclair||40.63|
|2011 2012||Mike Sinclair||38.35|
|2010 2011||Mike Sinclair||38.48||Nicola Taylor||31.94|
|2009 2010||Mike Sinclair||38.66||- -||-|
|2008 2009||Mike Sinclair||39.21||Lucy Waters||31.13|
|2007 2008||Mike Sinclair||41.12||Nicola Taylor||30.8|
|2006 2007||Glen Taylor||41.13||Nicola Taylor||30.2|
|2005 2006||Rob Dinkelaar||40.3||Nicola Taylor||27.3|
To compare speeds on the worldwide stage - GPS Speedsurfing
Speed Sailing Results - Kitesurfing
Details to come .
Speed Contest Rules & Regulations
|Rules & Info on the CWA Speed contest|
|(Member has to be Canterbury resident - Where your mail goes )|
|Any draw - fastest individual time will be used - then the next fastest & so on.|
|GPS Action Replay|
|GPS Action Replay PRO - Good for Macs|
Christchurch 500m Speed Trophy
Fastest speed average over 500 meters.
· The highest 500 meter speed by the cut off date (one week before CWSA prize giving) will win this cup.
· Class:open (male or female)
All local Canterbury Beaches
Excludes the high country lakes
GPS TEAM CHALLENGE
The GPS Team Challenge is a windsurfing event based on average team scores across 6 event disciplines using GPS technology. Teams from across Australia ,NZ & other countries are eligible to enter the event, with a minimum of two members per team required.
The event disciplines are:
- 2 sec gps max;
- 5 x 10sec gps average;
- 1 hour gps max;
- Nautical Mile gps max;
- Alpha racing;
- maximum distance travelled in a single session.
On each day (a session) the 2 best scores in each discipline by any of a teams members are averaged and that is the teams score for that category. Each team member can submit their own scores or the captain can do it for team members. The data base calculates a team ranking and allocates a score. Teams are ranked with best performances receiving lowest scores, with lowest cumulative scores, ranking best. The competition runs annually, and the team with the lowest score across all disciplines over the 12 months of the yearly challenge is declared the winner.
|- Speed sailing is fun - BUT it is dangerous - so be safe.....|
|*** Reckless sailors will be barred !|
|*** Always have a sailing/kiting buddy when speedsailing !|
|*** Give way to learners & kiters & and other water users|
|*** DON'T SAIL close to others|
|*** BE AWARE OF PEOPLE DOWN-WIND|