GPS-Speedsurfing Goldmember stats

Finally some proper lay-out on gps-speedsurfing.com, I like this kind of stats. See the first graph for the best 10sec AVG over each year, it is funny I remember every best session. 

2005
Somewere in November, I didn't had a driver licence, so with  bicycle to a mini-lake Geestmerambacht, there were serious stormpredictions. I took 2 boards, starboard hypersonic and f2 thommen. Since I was really a lightweight, it was often not very fun on the f2 thommen, however the starboard hypersonic always sticked to the water. When on the water I just went for the first time deepdownwind, and 30kn was quite easy. Sail was gaastra Nitro5, vin was Select Lightning speed 30cm

2006
GPS-speedsurfing is now really popular, the best all-known spot is Strand Horst. So I try out my luck there. A small improvement, it felt really fast and very easy. It was really fine to be able to step of any moment. Used: Starboard ISonic 105, Arrows Maxx Speed 6.3, Drake Slalom Pro

2007
The best session was really a big performance for me, maybe a lucky shot @ that time. It was during the USM, and I was able to finish 4th, above a lot of contenders I never thought I could beat. Used: Carbon Art Speed 44, Tectonics Falcon F1 24, Gaastra Vapor 5.5

2008
This session was on the Brace, now the Netherlands finally got a real speedspot! Used: Carbon Art Speed 44, Select S07M 25, Neilpryde RSRacing 5.8




Most of my Sessions are @ amstelmeer, not really surprised. Strand Horst 25 sessions?? That is a lot...


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Erik Loots

Erik is windsurfer for 10+ years. In his daily life he is professional in construction dewatering, advisor, troubleshooter. Erik likes adventures, explore and to challenge himself. During his life he is trying to get the best out of it and have respect for the earth, nature and future generations. The modern world is about sharing, in this blog Erik shares his experiences, selfreflection and lessons learned.

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