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Sandy Point, Jan 18, 2000. My  brother took these, there is one of him somewhere here too. 

So, How I try to Jibe, getting setup, unhooking from the harness lines and looking for the point to set up the jibe

initiating a jibe, keeping the hands on the STEERING WHEEL!
KEEPING THE KNEES IN A BENT SPRINGING POSITION TO ABSORB CHOP.
LEAN INTO THE TURN
 half way through, starting to pull and throw, with the mast tilted into the turn so that it can almost support itself with the centrifugal force from the speed of the turn catching the other boom and preparing to bear off keeping the board planeing and not turning upwind too much, keeping it over 90 to the wind- or still broad reaching, being careful to not leave too much weight on the tail, sheeting in and not lose speed

 two views- How speed is lost when not planeing thru the arc

Late catching the other boom preparing to bear off and turned upwind too much, too much weight on the tail,

 

Tony Ford. Copyright 2000 [ADF]. All rights reserved. Revised: JUNE 2000

 

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