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21 riders now over 45 knots in the Lüderitz speed channel

by Sophie Routaboul on 18 Oct 2013 17 October 2013
21 riders now over 45 knots at the Luderitz Speed Challenge © Patterson

The conditions were lighter than expected but we still enjoyed some new records and are seeing riders improving a lot everyday! 30-35 knots of wind with nice gusts.

  • Wednesday: 4 Records
  • Thursday: 6 Records

  • Ukrainia: Alexander Goncharov with 46.51 kts
  • Croatia: Boris Vujasinovic with 46.53 kts
  • Switzerland: Remo Diethelm with 46.07 kts
  • Belgium: Alain de Gendt with 45.38 kts
  • Denmark: Ole Kjaer with 50.43 kts
  • Russia: Denis Vladimirov with 44.61 kts
21 riders now over 45 knots!

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