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Tanzania
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Posted 18/5/2013, 4:29 pm        Report
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Posted 18/5/2013, 4:58 pm        Report
Elite Marathon SUP Open Men 12'6 (8 NSW Surfers Progress to Aussies) 1 O'BRIAN , Beau 01:17:19 $700 2 CRACKNELL, Toby 01:20:50 $300 3 DAVIES , Andy 01:23:44 $150 4 BATES , Kai 01:32:03 5 GREEN , Evan 01:33:48 6 WORLEY , Matt 01:44:33 7 CHAPMAN , Paul 01:52:55 SUP Open Women 12'6 (4 NSW Surfers Progress to Aussies) 1 BLACK , Terrene 01:30:33 $150 2 PURSER, Sondra 01:37:42 $100 3 SAWERS, Angela 01:43:32 $75 4 SMITH , Vanessa 01:51:09 SUP Open 14'0ft (5 NSW Surfers Progress to Aussies) Wind Surf n Snow helps with prizemoney 1 GRANT , Travis 01:13:15. $700 2 KISSANE , David 01:14:00 $300 3 PARKER , Sam 01:14:45 $150 4 MORRISON , Steve 01:19:07 5 MARGETTS , Kelly 01:19:29 6 DOMIN, Charles 01:19:31 7 ANIDO, Will 01:19:35 8 MEYER, Peter 01:27:30 9 RENNIE , Mark 01:31:24 10 SAWERS, Malcom 01:33:58 11 LAI, Andrew 01:38:26 12 O'RIORDAN , Kieran 01:44:03 13 EDWARDS, Estelle 01:48:45 14 FINLAY JONES , Richard 01:50:29 15 HALL , Mark 01:54:25 SUP Open Over 40's 14'0ft (5 NSW Surfers Progress to Aussies) 1 KISSANE , David 01:14:00 $150 2 PARKER , Sam 01:14:45 $100 3 MARGETTS , Kelly 01:19:29 $75 4 ANIDO, Will 01:19:35 5 DORRIES , Peter 01:21:31 6 ROWLATT, John 01:26:19 7 JOHNSON , Lee 01:26:52 8 CARTER, Chris 01:30:46 9 CASSIDY , Andrew 01:32:16 10 SMITH , Jerry 01:32:55 11 O'NEIL , Derek 01:33:21 12 COX, Pete 01:36:15 13 MITCHELL, Mark 01:46:15 15 HALL , Mark 01:54:25 16 HERMAN , Karl 01:56:07 SUP Open Over 50's 14'0ft (3 NSW Surfers Progress to Aussies) 1 TEURQUETIL, Alan 01:26:30 2 ENGEL, John 01:31:36 3 COCHRAN , Glenn 01:31:39 4 DANCKERT, Brad 01:39:11 5 FINLAY JONES , Richard 01:50:29 6 HALPIN, Karen DNF Prone Open 18'0ft 3 (NSW Surfers Progress to Aussies) 1 CHAPMAN , Rory 01:17:51 2 DI BETTA , Mick 01:23:51 3 MCGUCKIN , Chris 01:33:09 4 MALLOCH, Nick 01:52:20
QLD
1146 Posts
Posted 18/5/2013, 4:59 pm        Report
And yesterday's results (sorry for all the ?????) ? ? ? ? ? ? Sprint Technical Results ? ? ? ? ? ? ? SUP Open Men 12.6ft? 8 Progress to Aussies ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 1? GRANT , Travis? ST SUP Open Men (12'6)? 00:29:54? $250? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 2? O'BRIAN , Beau? ST SUP Open Men (12'6)? 00:30:26? $150? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 3? MARGETTS , Kelly? ST SUP Open Men (12'6)? 00:30:54? $175? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 4? CRACKNELL, Toby? ST SUP Open Men (12'6)? 00:30:57? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 5? DAVIES , Andy? ST SUP Open Men (12'6)? 00:34:06? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 6? BATES , Kai? ST SUP Open Men (12'6)? 00:34:42? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 7? DOMIN, Charles? ST SUP Open Men (12'6)? 00:35:03? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 8? MEYER, Peter? ST SUP Open Men (12'6)? 00:37:48? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? SUP Open Women 12.6ft? 4 Progress to Aussies ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 1? BLACK , Terrene? ST SUP Open Women (12'6)? 00:35:57? $100? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 2? PURSER, Sondra? ST SUP Open Women (12'6)? 00:39:46? $75? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 3? ? ? ? $50? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? SUP Over 40's 12.6ft? 5 Progress to Aussies ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 1? DORRIES, Peter? ST SUP Open Over 40 (12'6)? 00:34:50? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 2? KISSANE , David? ST SUP Open Over 40 (12'6)? 00:35:00? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 3? SMITH , Jerry? ST SUP Open Over 40 (12'6)? 00:40:22? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 4? WILLIAMS, Brett? ST SUP Open Over 40 (12'6)? 00:40:34? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 5? CASSIDY , Andrew? ST SUP Open Over 40 (12'6)? 00:40:51? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 6? WORLEY, Matt? ST SUP Open Over 40 (12'6)? 00:41:33? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 7? SCOTT, Rober? ST SUP Open Over 40 (12'6)? 00:42:44? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 8? CARTER, Chris? ST SUP Open Over 40 (12'6)? DNF? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 9? PILKINGTON, Jeff? ST SUP Open Over 40 (12'6)? DNF? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? SUP Over 50's 12.6ft? 3 Progress To Aussies ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 1? STOKES , Michael? ST SUP Open Over 50 (12'6)? 00:37:59? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 2? CHRISTENSEN , John? ST SUP Open Over 50 (12'6)? 00:38:55? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 3? COCHRAN , Glenn? ST SUP Open Over 50 (12'6)? 00:40:41? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 4? TEURQUETIL, Alan? ST SUP Open Over 50 (12'6)? 00:41:04? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Prone Open Over 40's 12'0ft 3 Progress To Aussies ? ? ? ? ? 1? MCGUCKIN , Chris? ST PRONE Open Over 40 (12'0 Stock) 00:41:12? ? ? 2? SULLIVAN , Ben? ST PRONE Open Over 40 (12'0 Stock) 00:42:32? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
WA
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Posted 18/5/2013, 5:02 pm        Report
? Lots of these ????????????????????????????? Trav still winning see beau 12/6 Alain go boy over 50
QLD
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Posted 18/5/2013, 5:07 pm        Report
Copy and paste from spreadsheet on surfing nsw website, I think the iPad puts ???? For every space or tab... Gradually cleaning it up :)
WA
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Posted 18/5/2013, 5:13 pm        Report
Ali Cat said.. Copy and paste from spreadsheet on surfing nsw website, I think the iPad puts ???? For every space or tab... Gradually cleaning it up :)
Sweet that make sense because that's a lot of question marks , What were the race conditions good times on the 12/6 not far off the 14 boys
VIC
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Posted 18/5/2013, 5:23 pm        Report
Ali Cat said.. Copy and paste from spreadsheet on surfing nsw website, I think the iPad puts ???? For every space or tab... Gradually cleaning it up :)
It's not the iPad, it's a glitch between Microsoft Excel and the Seabreeze text editor. I had the same problem yesterday using my laptop and pasting from a spread sheet.
QLD
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Posted 18/5/2013, 6:04 pm        Report
QLD
Tanzania
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Posted 18/5/2013, 6:46 pm        Report
RJK said..
gee alains time is really good, but no cigar by the looks of that. maybe he didn't try hard enough for a over 50 paddler thxs for the results
QLD
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Posted 18/5/2013, 8:07 pm        Report
NSW
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Posted 18/5/2013, 8:37 pm        Report
I did 12'6 and it says 14 won't change things too much but needs amending
QLD
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Posted 18/5/2013, 8:41 pm        Report
pete joseph said... I did 12'6 and it says 14 won't change things too much but needs amending
Just copied off website, nothing to do with me, just thought I would make it legible
VIC
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Posted 18/5/2013, 8:54 pm        Report
Worth noting the overwhelming majority of Men preferred 14' in the Marathon to the extent that there were less NSW Men on 12'6" entered than there are places available for national selection. The same thing happened in Victoria and I understand SA and WA expect a similar conundrum. It would seem the opportunity for a self funded trip to Peru is of interest to barely a dozen Men nationally. Everyone else just wants to race on the appropriate board length.
NSW
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Posted 18/5/2013, 9:03 pm        Report
Nothing against you Rjk I just saw it if you do a race 12'6 you want to be put down in that category that is all no dramas
VIC
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Posted 18/5/2013, 9:07 pm        Report
pete joseph said.. Nothing against you Rjk I just saw it if you do a race 12'6 you want to be put down in that category that is all no dramas
What age division are you in?
NSW
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Posted 19/5/2013, 6:14 am        Report
Photos?? Video??
QLD
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Posted 19/5/2013, 7:20 am        Report
So was it 20km for the marathon cause they are mind blowing times if so
NSW
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Posted 19/5/2013, 11:36 am        Report
No with it turning into a downwinder my GPS said 12.8km and paddling against the incoming tide
South Africa
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Posted 19/5/2013, 3:02 pm        Report
Another example of 12'6 class #FAIL. 11x paddlers in the 12'6 class and 37x paddlers choosing 14's even though selection (and hence honour?!?) is in the 12'6 class. What the 12'6 selection rule is achieving in this instance is that competition is weakened as some of your strong paddlers chose to paddle in another class. That means the paddlers vying for Team selection are not exposed to the pace of a Travis Grant and you will ultimately be sending a weaker Team. Whats amazing is that you still had more 14's in the long distance when the sprints where limited to 12'6, meaning people had to bring two boards. You would have thought that people would have been happy to bring just one 12'6 for all disciplines. It must be clear by now that people don't want to go slow on 12'6s.....
QLD
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Posted 19/5/2013, 6:16 pm        Report
PeterP said.. Another example of 12'6 class #FAIL. 11x paddlers in the 12'6 class and 37x paddlers choosing 14's even though selection (and hence honour?!?) is in the 12'6 class. What the 12'6 selection rule is achieving in this instance is that competition is weakened as some of your strong paddlers chose to paddle in another class. That means the paddlers vying for Team selection are not exposed to the pace of a Travis Grant and you will ultimately be sending a weaker Team. Whats amazing is that you still had more 14's in the long distance when the sprints where limited to 12'6, meaning people had to bring two boards. You would have thought that people would have been happy to bring just one 12'6 for all disciplines. It must be clear by now that people don't want to go slow on 12'6s.....
mate you guys are doing want you want in SA, and good for you, but why dont you leave it to the organisers and racers here to figure out what suits our conditions and long term placement of SUP racing in OZ...........
VIC
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Posted 19/5/2013, 6:52 pm        Report
windup said.. No with it turning into a downwinder my GPS said 12.8km and paddling against the incoming tide
What was the wind speed for the downwinder?
VIC
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Posted 19/5/2013, 6:55 pm        Report
PeterP said.. Another example of 12'6 class #FAIL. 11x paddlers in the 12'6 class and 37x paddlers choosing 14's
The Women didn't have a choice so not all 11 paddlers actually "chose" to race on 12'6".
NSW
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Posted 19/5/2013, 7:05 pm        Report
What a great (long) weekend of surfing and racing. Surfing NSW, led by Luke Madden, are setting the benchmark down here for high quality/value events. With little SUP experience these guys are working incredibly hard to filter the numerous different opinions they are getting from all the various interest groups and come up with something that is for the good of the sport. Having the 2 best downwind racers in the country in different board classes was not good for the sport. People on the outside looking in must of been wondering how the defending champ (Beau) could be so far behind Travis when just the day before they went toe to toe for the whole BOP. He raced a 12'6 ace which looked exactly the same as the 14 aces - just confusing. Hopefully this won't happen again and the best race the best in the same class (ala the 20Bs and the Doctor). Irrespective, on either board, the conditions were awesome and everyone came in with a smile on their dial
NSW
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Posted 19/5/2013, 7:20 pm        Report
PTWoody said..
windup said.. No with it turning into a downwinder my GPS said 12.8km and paddling against the incoming tide
What was the wind speed for the downwinder?
Around 15 knots dropping back towards the end
QLD
495 Posts
Posted 19/5/2013, 8:11 pm        Report
were the qlders riding 14's for fun as they wont get selected via the nsw event anyway? And also preparing for Europe (racing on 14's)... I dont think it as clearly shunned peru as it first appears. the top guys will still be battling at nationals on 12'6s imo.
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Tanzania
11465 Posts
Posted 19/5/2013, 8:12 pm        Report
husq2100 said..
PeterP said.. Another example of 12'6 class #FAIL. 11x paddlers in the 12'6 class and 37x paddlers choosing 14's even though selection (and hence honour?!?) is in the 12'6 class. What the 12'6 selection rule is achieving in this instance is that competition is weakened as some of your strong paddlers chose to paddle in another class. That means the paddlers vying for Team selection are not exposed to the pace of a Travis Grant and you will ultimately be sending a weaker Team. Whats amazing is that you still had more 14's in the long distance when the sprints where limited to 12'6, meaning people had to bring two boards. You would have thought that people would have been happy to bring just one 12'6 for all disciplines. It must be clear by now that people don't want to go slow on 12'6s.....
mate you guys are doing want you want in SA, and good for you, but why dont you leave it to the organisers and racers here to figure out what suits our conditions and long term placement of SUP racing in OZ...........
however he is sort of right with paddlers voting with their boards of choice. i personally value peterp contributions on all subjects. the board lenght debate will go on for quite a while yet me thinks
VIC
3332 Posts
Posted 19/5/2013, 8:22 pm        Report
kissa said.. What a great (long) weekend of surfing and racing. Surfing NSW, led by Luke Madden, are setting the benchmark down here for high quality/value events. With little SUP experience these guys are working incredibly hard to filter the numerous different opinions they are getting from all the various interest groups and come up with something that is for the good of the sport. Having the 2 best downwind racers in the country in different board classes was not good for the sport. People on the outside looking in must of been wondering how the defending champ (Beau) could be so far behind Travis when just the day before they went toe to toe for the whole BOP. He raced a 12'6 ace which looked exactly the same as the 14 aces - just confusing. Hopefully this won't happen again and the best race the best in the same class (ala the 20Bs and the Doctor). Irrespective, on either board, the conditions were awesome and everyone came in with a smile on their dial
Well said Dave - it's a shame we didn't have Beau on a 2013 spec 14'Ace challenging Travis on the new DC/NSP 14' dugout. Not the fault of Luke and Surfing NSW of course. These are categories imposed by a higher authority.
NSW
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Posted 20/5/2013, 7:02 pm        Report
Simple fix to the board class debate would be too allocate prize money based on entry numbers. If more people choose to race 14's in this sort of event then more money will go there. True elite paddlers get the money they tend to follow and the masses race the boards they want to race. Simple?
QLD
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Posted 20/5/2013, 7:37 pm        Report
we can argue about board length , but their is no argument whos the best in oz right now. Travis is killing it , will be good to see how he and the other Aussie crew go in Europe.Good Luck.And Jake stay away from the French girls until the racings done
NSW
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Posted 20/5/2013, 7:44 pm        Report
teatrea said.. we can argue about board length , but their is no argument whos the best in oz right now. Travis is killing it , will be good to see how he and the other Aussie crew go in Europe.Good Luck.And Jake stay away from the French girls until the racings done
Which makes Kissa's effort of being 45 secs behind even more amazing. I look at the training those guys do and the age and the semi pro status then a guy like Dave who is 45, kids, mortgage, etc, is so close - incredible.
QLD
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Posted 20/5/2013, 7:54 pm        Report
goatman said..
teatrea said.. we can argue about board length , but their is no argument whos the best in oz right now. Travis is killing it , will be good to see how he and the other Aussie crew go in Europe.Good Luck.And Jake stay away from the French girls until the racings done
Which makes Kissa's effort of being 45 secs behind even more amazing. I look at the training those guys do and the age and the semi pro status then a guy like Dave who is 45, kids, mortgage, etc, is so close - incredible.
Yep thats a mighty effort from a guy who is 45 Sometimes experience counts
 
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