Windsurf Race Day 11 with Sea Boss Rider at TrYC

Yesterday Lucy, Sanja and Viv joined me in the races. Laured is still taking a break. Nicole was using the long weekend. Adelis Internet is a mess at the Moment. She tried it in second race but crashed before the start. Lets hope they will fix it soon. Sea and Maya came to watch and will practice now to join us in next weeks.

This time we started with TrYC Sea Boss Rider reversed and did afterwards TrYC Sea Boss Rider with 21knots wind from the North.

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Lucy, Sanja and me started the first race and Viv came just a bit late, but followed us all. The Crossing Right after the first buoy disconnected me, i came back to TrYC and followed them all. Lucy tried hard to catch Sanja, but our cool german Blonde from the North didnt make a mistake and kept the little lead until the end. Viv and me followed respectful.

The second race was a lot more exciting. No one crashed after the start this time and i could lead the race the whole time. Sanja, Lucy and Viv had a close race behind me. It was exciting to watc h their dots on minimap the whole time. And again Sanja came in before Lucy and Viv who had both exact the same time, but the line decided that Viv came in a blink of the eye earlier.
Congrats to my board, which is now very good educated. The last simboarder is only some meters before the finishline and because it took a bit to disconnect me my board finished the race alone and won…
It took me unfortunately a bit to come back online and so i missed their close finish.

And here are the results:

Race 21: 2020-05-21-TrYC Sea Boss Rider-reversed-N21

1: SanjaSH Resident IDBS5FAD — 00:12:43 6 points
2: LucyInTheSky Afarensis IDBS3536 — 00:12:54 3 points
3: vivipezz Resident IDBS42D3 — 00:15:26 1 point
4: TgBianca Resident IDBSEB40 — 00:15:48

Lap Times:
SanjaSH Resident IDBS5FAD — Start: 00:00:11 — Last lap: 00:12:32
LucyInTheSky Afarensis IDBS3536 — Start: 00:00:09 — Last lap: 00:12:45
vivipezz Resident IDBS42D3 — Start: 00:03:15 — Last lap: 00:12:11
TgBianca Resident IDBSEB40 — Start: 00:00:04 — Last lap: 00:15:44

Race 22: 2020-05-21-TrYC Sea Boss Rider-N21

1: TgBianca Resident IDBSEB40 — 00:11:22
2: SanjaSH Resident IDBS5FAD — 00:12:01 6 points
3: vivipezz Resident IDBS42D3 — 00:12:28 3 points
4: LucyInTheSky Afarensis IDBS3536 — 00:12:28 1 point

Lap Times:
TgBianca Resident IDBSEB40 — Start: 00:00:01 — Last lap: 00:11:21
SanjaSH Resident IDBS5FAD — Start: 00:00:08 — Last lap: 00:11:53
vivipezz Resident IDBS42D3 — Start: 00:00:22 — Last lap: 00:12:06
LucyInTheSky Afarensis IDBS3536 — Start: 00:00:08 — Last lap: 00:12:20

Standing overall TrYC 2020 Sea Boss Rider Championchip (after 22 races):

Sailors – Points- number of races
Sanja- 70- 22
Viv- 60- 15
Lucy- 54 – 18
Nicole- 42- 12
Moon- 34- 6
Adeli- 30- 8
Laured- 14- 8
Genara- 2- 2

Congrats to all for great Windsurfing. Lets repeat that next week with same excitement.

hugs and kisses
Bianca

4 comments

  1. Hmm. Back in the old days I guess it was the sailor who triggered the line, not the boat. So empty boats weren’t registered. Or am I totally wrong now? Maybe senile?

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  2. When boats were attachments, I believe what Orca says was correct.
    Ever since we sit on the boats, the new rule applies: a boat sailing on its own can finish a race. BTW, the line only registers boats with race IDs.
    Fun fact: I remember that the first prototypes of the foiling Flying Shadow had issues registering as they main prim would litterally fly OVER the line. Dutch corrected this by moving the main prim below the boat. (I hope I am not mistaken with another boat lol)
    Also, anecdotal evidence suggests that the viewer considers the boat still manned after a crash. The disconnect often doesn’t register with the boat. As experienced when ones cannot sit on their boats after re-logging. I did sail my TMS boats (FS, Star) with my own “ghost” as crew after such crashes. I cannot reproduce that on demand though….

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    • Oh yes, the 24 prim maximum for attached boats. I remember this one yacht, 256 prims or so: You wore a 24 prim base, and attached the rest of the boat. Looked pretty funny when you triggered some gestures or dances. 🙂

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