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You should see the other adsSo what exactly are you googling to attract ads like that? Scarpe e borse per la moglie?
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That was the mother of all choke jobs, but JvDV wasn´t ever a very high profile player. One may cynically claim that was a pure case of reversal to the mean.Yes, that merits inclusion and was difficult watching.
He spoke very candidly about it afterwards and you couldn’t but help feel for him.That was the mother of all choke jobs, but JvDV wasn´t ever a very high profile player. One may cynically claim that was a pure case of reversal to the mean.
IndeedHe spoke very candidly about it afterwards and you couldn’t but help feel for him.
Agreed, and remember all that bullshit time wasted with all the extra appendages fitted by the crew each time they left the Dock.I give full credit to Tom Schnakenburg for his achievements in Sailing. But a good designer does not necessarily make a good leader. It was Toms campaign in 2003 when the rest of the team left. And it was that campaign that was a disaster for Team NZ. Not only did they get whitewashed 5 nil, but they failed to finish 2 races, their testing campaign was seriously compromised by their first boat being structurally weak, and having structural issues. They ended up towing NZL81 out onto the course to make it look like they were two boat testing, when in reality, NZL81 couldn't sail at all because of structural damage early on.
Consequently, they weren't confident in testing NZL82 in big breeze because of what happened to NZL81. SO you had a young, inexperienced race crew, racing a boat that wasn't tested in big breeze, with structural integrity issues, and it showed on day 1.
Tom Schnackenburg no doubt is one of the legendary designers in Americas Cup history, but a great designer isn't necessarily a great leader.
Richie McCaw is a great player, but that doesn't mean he would be a great coach.
Thanks!Very interesting insight from philippe Presti performance coach of LR
30 mn is a bit long to sum up
the recover alter RR was only du to improvment of handling. No secret weapon
the use of the chase boat for match racing training following Vmg rules on a computer. Using flag to simulate board down
Having two top match racer as helmsmen have been key to improve each other while comparing relative performance as foil trimer/helmsman
he said itsnot that hard to helm. Its the combination of sail foil and helm which is a hell
Hes happy to saw the rise of the wing trimer having more confidence in himself which majes a perfect trio
in the simulator jimy and bruni only watch half of the screen to be in the same condition as in regatta. The work on communication and even wirding is a huge effort. This was the main weakness for ineos
Oeuf corse! Une spécialité d'Ajaccio? The spell checker sometimes takes brilliant initiatives to me as welloeuf corse !
Du san-antonio de frederic dard plutôt pour les plus anciensOeuf corse! Une spécialité d'Ajaccio? The spell checker sometimes takes brilliant initiatives to me as well
I needed the help from Google. I was asking too much to my poor level of French!Du san-antonio de frederic dard plutôt pour les plus anciens
San-Antonio? Moi, tu m’connais ...Du san-antonio de frederic dard plutôt pour les plus anciens