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K 2011

  1. 1. PRE SELECTION CLINIC TO KINSALE<br />17-20 OF MARCH 2011<br />
  2. 2. ISSUES WE COVERED<br />1.SPORT MENTALITY<br />2.STARTS<br />3.BODY POSTURE<br />4.TRIMMING<br />5.TACTICS<br />
  3. 3. EXERCISES WE USED<br />DOUBLE STARTS<br />REACHING ON THE LINE<br />FROM 2 MINUTES UNTIL THE LAST 30 SECONDS STAY ON PORT AND GET YOUR POSITION AT THE LAST 30 SEC<br />30 TACKS 10 JIBES 20 TACKS 10 JIBES 10 TACKS 10 JIBES<br />MARK ROUNDINGS<br />RACES LOTS OF RACES…<br />
  4. 4. SPORT MENTALITY<br />IT DOESN’T MEAN THAT IF YOU WANT TO BE SERIOUS IN TRAINING YOU SHOULD STOP SMILING<br />SET TARGETS AND FIND THE STEPS TO REACH THEM<br />YOU HAVE TO LEARN SOMETHING NEW IN EVERY TRAINING<br />WHEN I AM A MEMBER OF A TEAM I SHOULD RESPECT THE OTHERS… IN BOTH WATER AND SHORE<br />REMEMBER! THE WHOLE THING HAS TO RESTART WHEN YOU ARE OVER THE LINE<br />RESPECT THE RULES,FIRST OF ALL THEY PROTECTYOUR BOAT<br />MY BOAT IS BOTH MY TOOL IN ORDER TO SAIL AND MY WEAPON TO BEAT THE OTHERS<br />I SHOULD RESPECT MY BOAT UNTIL THE LAST DAY I AM USING IT<br />
  5. 5. STARTS<br />STARTS WERE OUR WEAKEST POINT<br />WE WERE TOO EARLY ON THE LINE<br />OUR TECNIQUE AND MANOUVERS NEEDED IMPROVEMENT<br />WE WERE BACKING OUR SAILS TO KEEP OUR POSITION <br />
  6. 6. WE IMPROVED A LOT<br />THE RIGHT WAY TO KEEP YOUR SPOT ON THE START IS LOTS OF SMALL MANOUVERS AT HALF OF YOUR SPEED AT THE LAST 30 SEC<br />I SHOULD NEVER LOSE ALL MY SPEED<br />I SHOULD NEVER TACK WHEN I AM TOO CLOSE TO THE STARTING LINE BUT JIBE<br />REMEMBER TO APPROACH THE LINE AT THE LAST 45 SEC<br />IF THERE IS LIGHT WIND CONDITIONS THE BOATS NEED 12 SECONDS TO ACCCELERATE<br />IF THERE IS MEDIUM WIND CONDITIONS THEY NEED 7 SECONDS<br />AND IF IT IS WINDY THE BOATS NEED 3 SECONDS<br />THE IDEAL IS… AT THE LAST SECONDS TO STAY CLOSE TO MY WINDWARD BOAT AND AWAY FROM MY LEEWARD<br />BE AWARE OF RULE 42 FOR SCULLING<br />WHEN YOU WAIT FOR THE START TRY NOT TO HEAL YOUR BOAT TO WINDWARD BECAUSE IT TENDS TO BEAR AWAY FROM THE LINE<br />
  7. 7. DIFFERENT WAYS TO APPROACH THE LINE<br />BEHIND APPROACH WITH SLOW SPEED <br />PORT TACK APPROACH<br />DIVING TO STOP<br />
  8. 8. BODY POSTURE<br />
  9. 9. WE DID A LOT OF WORK IN POSITIONING OUR BODIES IN THE BOAT PROPERLY<br />REMENBER THE 2 MOST IMPORTANT THINGS ABOUT OUR BOAT SPEED<br />FLAT BOAT- BOW OUT OF THE WATER<br />
  10. 10. YOU CAN CHANGE THE ANGLE OF YOUR BODY WHILE HIKING WITH THE MAINSHEET<br />REMEMBER THE 3 GEARS<br />1ST GEAR LIGHT WIND MAINSHEET BEHIND BOTH LEGS<br />2ND GEAR MEDIUM WIND MAINSHEET BETWEEN THE LEGS<br />3RD GEAR STRONG WIND MAINSHEET IN FRONT OF THE LEGS<br />
  11. 11. I ENTER AND EXIT THE BOAT LIKE A DRAWER<br />
  12. 12. REMEMBER WHEN A GUST HITS YOU<br />YOU HAVE TO CHANGE TO 3RD GEAR<br />STRAIGHTEN YOU BODY<br />STRAIGHTEN YOUR FRONT ARM<br />TWIST YOUR UPPER BODY SLIGHTLY BACKWARDS<br />
  13. 13. YOUR ELBOW PROTECTS YOU FROM THE WATER IN THE FACE<br />
  14. 14. DON’T HIKE DIAGONALLY YOU LOOSE A LOT OF WEIGHT <br />
  15. 15. KEEP YOUR FRONT SHOULDER UP AND DON’T MOVE TOO MUCH<br />
  16. 16. TRIMMING <br />TAKE THE WRINKLES OFF YOUR SAIL<br />ACT FAST AND TRIM YOUR SAIL AT THE CHANGES OF THE WIND SPEED (boomvang-sprit-outhal)<br />PLAY WITH YOUR SAIL AT EVERY SINGLE GUST<br />BE AWARE OF THE HEIGHT OF YOUR CENTERBORD IN DOWNWIND<br />
  17. 17. IT DOESN’T MATTER WHAT KIND OF SAIL YOU HAVE AND HOW OLD IT IS…UNLESS YOU TRIM IT PROPERLY<br />
  18. 18. TACTICS<br />ALWAYS LOOK FOR A GUST<br />SAIL THE LEG TOWARDS THE MARK<br />BE AWARE OF THE SAILING RULES<br />DON’T APPROACH THE FIRST MARK ON PORT<br />
  19. 19. YOU DID A GOOD JOB WE ARE PROUD OF YOU<br />

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