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racingtips

A NEW series of NS14 Training Videos featuring Peter V sharing some racing tips and practical "how-to" demonstrations to help the average NS14 sailor improve on the race track. Filmed just after the Nationals in Teralba, January 2015.

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with National Champions, Peter Vaiciurgis, Hugh Tait
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Tuning

NS14 Online Training - TUNING

Welcome to the new NS14 Training section on this website. A series of training videos have been produced featuring National Champions Peter Vaiciurgis, Tina Babbage, Hugh Tait and Tara McCall. Joined by MG National Champion Rohan Nosworthy they demonstrate both on and off the water, the many aspects of rigging, tuning and racing a NS14.

TO VIEW THE ONLINE TRAINING VIDEOS ... choose one of the following playlists to load in the video window above.

Playlist 1 - VIEW ALL - Online Training Videos (approximately 2 hours running time)

Playlist 2 - RIGGING - Basic rigging with Hugh Tait.

Playlist 3 - TUNING - How to tune your rig with Rohan Nosworthy.

Playlist 4 - SAILING TECHNIQUES - How to race your NS14 with Peter Vaiciurgis. Demonstrations include The Standing Position, Crew Tacking, Skipper Tacking, The Pole Set and The Pole Drop.

Playlist 5 - ON THE WATER - video clips featuring upwind, offwind and downwind sailing techniques with Peter Vaiciurgis, Tina Babbage, Hugh Tait and Tara McCall.

Playlist 6 - INTERVIEWS and Fun Stuff - this playlist will continue to grow with new interviews coming soon.

Visit the Forum to create further discussions about aspects of these training videos.

The filming of these training videos took place over two days at Coffs Harbour in March 2011. On the water footage was captured using GoPro cameras mounted on the boats (and Peter V's head) and hand held in a rubber duck. Some of this footage appears "foggy" due to some condensation inside the camera housing. We have since fixed this problem and look forward to creating more exciting on the water footage.

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If so, please upload it to You Tube and send us a link. We would be pleased to add your video to a NS14 playlist on our You Tube page.

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