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1Farrel O'Shea42.6443.0544.1341.530
2Steve Flanagan40.0142.1242.6139.928.55
3Martin Waldron38.840.5941.6538.770Shows Spot in Virtual Earth
4Guy Molyneux38.7939.8240.6937.050
5John Kenny38.4139.4740.6338.210Shows Spot in Virtual Earth
6Keith Gorman35.2336.4637.334.190

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  Nov 22 2009 - Dungarvan - Ireland
11/22/2009 9:28:34 PMMartin Waldron

Comments to follow
11/22/2009 9:46:13 PMHans Kreisel

Nice one Martin
11/22/2009 9:53:54 PMAnders Bjorkqvist

Would have love to be there with u
11/22/2009 11:45:15 PMSteve Flanagan

Great day in Dungarvan, wind went West before sandbar was exposed which made the course quite choppy.  First proper session on Falcon Speed and was very impressed!! Really liking the new board
11/23/2009 10:14:20 AMJohn Kenny

will done to all the lads who made run after run down the course over the chop from hell . I started off on my 86 isonic and after 3 runs jumped on to my 49ss but after a while i noticed that i was quicker on my 86 as it didn't did into the chop as much as my speed board so jumped back on it for the last few runs before the wind got to light but i have to say it i have gone faster in Dungarven on a square course ....... so what is the best direction for Dungarvan to work in ????
11/23/2009 4:08:53 PMMartin Waldron

Course was surprisingly choppy and there were quite a few theories, flooded river, wind turned west before sandbar exposed, etc...

Bottom line - it didn't bother Farrell or Steve who were flying.

Loads of peaks over 42 knots and lots of disappointed sailors!

I felt I could've done with a lot more wind on this setup, I was totally out of power on the course.

Excuses excuses, no, just a hats off to those who were on similar gear and seemed able to power down the course.

11/23/2009 9:31:48 PMGuy Molyneux

Should have gone faster, spun out a couple of times.
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