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http://www.seabreeze.com.au/forums/Windsurfing/General/It-could-be-worse/

 

 

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Jocelyn, really???

We have seen some pretty wild behaviour from KA Team riders lately. Tony and Spotty riding the wildest conditions in years at Sandy Point to set new records, Craig Hollins amazing distance record this week and now this...
Jocelyn, I know you really want to try out your new 2011 Koncepts but aren't you going a little too far?

What is it with KA that brings out such extreme behaviour from it,s Team?

French KA Team Rider Jocelyn de Souza showing off his new 2011 Koncept on the beach, in snow!!!!

 

 

 

 


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mr love

 

VIC
Australia


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Posted 05/12/2010, 7:36 am        Report  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
We are in the grip of the strongest La Nina in 30 years and here in Oz the wind has been c..p!!!. But it could be worse.






Jocelyn De Souza, our young KA Team rider from France, just sent us this photo from his local beach.
I know I have been tempted to go out in rubbish conditions when my new sails have just arrived, but I think this is maybe taking it to extremes!!!

easty


 

TAS
Australia


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Posted 05/12/2010, 7:43 am        Report  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Kold Koncept.
 

redsurfbus


 


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Posted 05/12/2010, 8:19 am        Report  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Its the same in the UK.
One week of cold north/north easterlies. 4 Days of freezing below zero weather here on the south coast.
Yesterday the south westerlies started again - Overnight - FFS!
They died before sunrise. Then came back for two hours after sunset!

Forecast for rest of december is cold north east winds again - hopefully too soon to predict the end of the month, but pretty certain it will be like that over the next week at least.
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I am (perhaps naively) hoping that this early winter for us will bring some good weather from Jan 1st when I start my 1000 mile challenge for charity.
 

nebbian


 

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Australia


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Posted 05/12/2010, 9:20 am        Report  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
mr love said...
I know I have been tempted to go out in rubbish conditions when my new sails have just arrived, but I think this is maybe taking it to extremes!!!


Boardies over the wettie... what was he thinking!
 

Mobydisc


 

NSW
Australia


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Posted 05/12/2010, 10:12 am        Report  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
It would be more fun to have some snow rather than the rain and humid weather we currently have.

Pretty amazing to see solid settled seaside snow in France. It must be absolutely frozen in continental Europe





 

Sailhack


 

VIC
Australia


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Posted 05/12/2010, 12:37 pm        Report  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
For a minute there I thought someone had stolen their board...

On closer inspection, taking the belaclava into consideration, now I reckon someone's missing a rig!

...or maybe going by the dress code (nice shorts!) she just refuses to remove her burka!
 
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