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National Youth Development Squad North at Ullswater 18th & 19th April PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dave Woodhead   

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The Mirror National Youth Development Squad ( north) completed their winter training programme with a superb weekend at Ullswater Yacht Club over Easter. Two final days of training took place on Friday and Saturday and were followed by the class Northern Championship on Sunday and Monday. Although Friday was a little lacking in wind, the sun shone all weekend and the wind filled in for the remaining days. There cannot be a better venue when the sun shines - an 8 mile long lake, spectacular mountains still retaining some snow and  T shirt weather around the club. Those freezing winter gales seemed a distant memory!

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South Staffs NYDS Weekend 8/9 March 2014 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Rachel Grayson   

On the 8th and 9th of March we had the 4th of our squad weekends at South Staffordshire sailing club where we were joined by ex-squad sailors Chloe and Izzy and we planned to do some team racing.

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Mastering the storm!!!! - NYDS North at Beaver PDF Print E-mail
Written by Alex Baird   

Mirror dinghies sailing on a very windy lake in winter

On the weekend of the 8th/9th February the National Youth Development Squad (NYDS) North battled the storms of Beaver Sailing Club, on a lake near Doncaster.

The first day, was Supremely stormy, with strong winds, gusting up to 40mph. This weather meant that it was survival sailing!

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NYDS North Squad at West Lancs Yacht Club 14th/15th December 2013 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Rachel Grayson   

We all arrived bright and early at West Lancs Yacht Club on Saturday morning, some of us feeling a bit tired after waking up so early, but ready for the weekend of training ahead. The fresh wind (and a bacon sandwich) woke up any of us wanting to crawl back into bed as we unpacked and rigged our boats. After a briefing we got into our drysuits and got ready to face the heavy wind and cold December weather. We started the day with a simple tacking exercise (LOTS of hiking required) and then did a windward leeward course before heading in for some well deserved lunch.

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NeilPryde NYDS south at Itchenor 16th & 17th November PDF Print E-mail
Written by Katya Jeppesen Frank   

The saling weekend was great and we all had loads of fun. The main thing we covered over the weekend was roll tacking.

On Saturday morning we did lots of classroom work.  In the afternoon we set out sailing and did some tactical games on the water.  These included, follow my leader, tack on the whistle, gutbuster and some mini races.

On Sunday morning we did fitness and outdoor exercises.  Despite the lack of wind, we abruptly got on the water. The races we difficult because of the lack of wind so you had to be tactical on gaining speed. We managed to in the end.
I think everyone has learnt a lot from this weekend. I am really looking foward to the next one.

Thank you Chris and Izzy.

 
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