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That probably owes to: 1) more teaching and battle knowledge, 2) drafting, 3) not falling along, 4) not jumping off too early at the beach corral, 4) forcing a little fire safety pompano beach harder (my regular time this year was 183 vs. 181 last year), and 5) my Riviera board being truly a little better at flatwater pace and buoy turns compared to the Fanatic Falcon I rode last year.

The water was brown along with the beach stank with dead algae, lifeless coquina clams, and prune -like dead-sea squirts doubtless washed-up by the high search from Colin of the preceding week. Seaside start, out to your buoy just beyond the surf area, convert north and exercise parallel towards the seaside for a long approach, create a 180 degree change another buoy, paddle the long way back south, around the start buoy again, and surf into the seaside to finish.

That likely owes to: 1) more education and race expertise, 2) drafting, 3) not slipping down, 4) not jumping-off too early in the beach corral, 4) forcing just a little tougher (my normal HR this year was 183 vs. 181 previous year), and 5) my Riviera board being truly a little better at flatwater pace and buoy converts compared to Fan Falcon I rode last year.
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