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INtuition Masterblaster 2009

This was a huge success with 50 windsurfers blasting dowwind from Sandbanks sailing around 20-30 miles in sunshine and moderate winds! 
All organised in a few days, free T shirts for all entrants, transport back up wind, BBQ, beers, wind and sun! An epic day on the water!
Full report to follow, but for now, please see this link of our local online TV coverage (sorry about the presenter)
http://www.isstv.tv/video/317/downwind_windsurfing_sanbanks_christchurch_guy_cribb_windblast/
Massive thanks to everyone who joined us- the emails have been pouring in saying what a wonderful event it was, so let’s do more- watch this space!
Finishing positions and approximate times in minutes.

1 Guy Cribb 33 minutes
2 Kevin Greenslade 37
3 Oli Woodcock 38
4 Adrian Cushing 41
5 Roger Clark 41
6 Robin Penna 42
7 Jim Crossley 44
8 Tim Metcalfe 49
9 Chris Shaw 50
10 Eddie Murrell 51
11 Tris (wrong beach) Best 52
12 Trevor Annels 53
13 Dan MacAuley 54
14 Jamie McCormick 55
15 Andy Bushnell 55
16 Steve Kitchin 56

17 Roger Taylor 59
18 Alex Burges 60
19 Richard Hobson 60
20 Gareth Williams-Gardner 62
21 Andy Newman 62
22 Wayne Jennings 62
23 Mike Winter 64
24 Ralf Dupont 65
25 Mark Smith 67
26 Peter Oberauer 68
27 Will Law 69
28 Roy Spicer 73
29 Graham Jones 74
30 Rob Spencer 76
31 Kerry Harding 77
32 Mike Sprague 82
33 Mark Smith
34 Sam Wood
35 Andy Jones
36 Phil Whitehurst
37 Geoff Carpenter
38 Roddy 137 mins!
39 Simon 137 mins!

11 people did not finish, mostly due to lack of wind for the first few miles and/ or kit failure. They all managed their own rescues fine at various points along Bournemouth’s beaches.

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