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Old 30th August 2013, 09:47 AM   #7
BelSkorpio
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Me too.
And it's for sure no sin to close the gap. As long as you don't exaggerate. I mean, when you feel at a certain moment that your speed "stalls", it's good to open up the sail again, let it breath, try different dynamic positions and later try to close it again. There is no such thing like 1 stable & ideal locked position. Just too many factors that change all the time while your surfing. That's what makes it so exciting !
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