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September 30, 2009


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Wilson's comments about the race clinic are accurate and well written. I would like to publicly thank Wilson and his friend Andy for asking Andy Brandt to have this clinic. I missed Friday, but it was very informative and helped me to be more confident on my board. The longboard drills were especially helpful and even carried over to helping me sail a shortboard better, esp. these last couple of days. Sunday was also a good day. We had one triangle course and a few figure 8 slalom races. Those races featured great competition between Lily and Robert Mallin. Robert has especially improved, and is to be commended for his efforts. I have written up my take on this clinic in my blog
www.oppositeendwindsurfing.blogspot.com in the post titled "Catchin' UP"
What I esp. appreciated were the timed starts, something that hopefully can be done at future windsurfing races. Looking forward to the next race clinic already.

This is a great post Michael and Wilson, definitely one of my favorites.

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