23/11/2017 – You and’ had to wait until the last week of this year's event, but once again the Luderitz Speed Challenge and’ managed to beat a world record speed of windsurfing.
Zara Davis (Simmer Style, RRD, AL360) the protagonist of this new record yesterday, but the checks of inventories and the formalization of the news were announced just this morning.
Here's what he wrote Zara Davis yesterday at the end of the day: “I'm so excited! On my GPS I did 46.82 knots on 500 m and today I confirmed that this gives me a new world record. So fingers crossed it is officialized. This put me in the top female GPS of all time with a speed of 5×10 seconds of 46,3 nodes.
I'm so glad the new boards and sails Simmer Simmer Speed Demon Speed. Thanks Tomas Persson for sails and Aurelio Greens for tables.”
And here's this morning's announcement: “subject to the ratification of the WSSRC, I have a new women's world record 46,49 nodes. Thanks to Simmer Style, AL360 Windsurfing Tools, Jörg Sonntag, Synergy WorldWide, Walnut Grove Clinic, Farrel O'Shea for believing in me and helping me achieve this great goal.”
Great success for the brand new Green and soon Simmer shapata table from Italian Aurelio on the market.
The previous record was 46,31 nodes reached two years ago by Karin Jaggi (Patrik, Sailloft) always in Luderitz.
source: Zara Davis
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