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Schakel

WOW!!!! These are all races that have never been run in SOL???? (With the exception of the 2 underway now and the pending calendar??)

"We're gonna need a bigger server!"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67p4hS6vyD8

;-)
SP
ShamPir - the list produced by Shakel is not entirely correct as it appears to be a printout from the database "as is" without any qualification for races that exist for non-SOL purposes, for Test purposes etc.

BUT nevertheless there is a big number of races yet to be run!

:-)

Making the SOL Race Calendar suits me very well as I love cooking and.. to me the right SOL calendar is like preparing a meal of many dishes as it is combining new races with favourites plus fixed IRL buddy-ups... maintaining a balance of weekend/week/Ocean race types while remembering different series to be completed and not forgetting a nice blend of venues from around the globe, different boat-types and going where the wx might be frisky/interesting hehehe
RC
It certainly is a tasty and varied menu! Love it!!
Suggest we unofficially change your title to "Chef du SOL"!!!!
;-)

SP
I removed the contents of the Schakel's list since it is only work in progress and does not represent a true/complete outline of the future races. Sorry :)
Any suggestions for a September/October ocean race?

Finding week and weekend races is relatively simple but,bearing in mind that there will be a long (in stages) round-the-world race starting in November,we do probably need an ocean race between the end of the MauiPPK and the circumnavigation :-)
AFR 2011. Start: 30/10 0900 UTC :-)
Hawk - that is end October and SOL's global race will start on 5 November.

When I asked for September/October I meant a race to start in early/mid-September or so (to allow folks time to regather their composure after the end of the MauiPPK)!! :-D

--- Last Edited by RainbowChaser at 2011-08-14 09:45:27 ---
Hawk - that is end October and SOL's global race will start on 5 November.

When I asked for September/October I meant a race to start in early/mid-September or so (to allow folks time to regather their composure after the end of the MauiPPK)!! :-D

AARRGGG - I ment 30/9!!! Sorry. Must be the autumlike weather that confuses my head...

--- Last Edited by RainbowChaser at 2011-08-14 09:45:27 ---
What time on 30 September would you like your race? I presume AFR is your AlsFyn Race?? :-D

and

we still need a September ocean race!!
What time on 30 September would you like your race? I presume AFR is your AlsFyn Race?? :-D

and

we still need a September ocean race!!
AFR = AlsFyn Race, Yes...

10.00 UTC - then we will stay at school overnight :-). I might use some mentors, like ShamPir, maybee news and 3-4 more, but I will make a new forumpost on this matter, when the race is schedueld.



--- Last Edited by FRI Hawk54 DEN at 2011-08-14 18:08:03 ---

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