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[ksurf] Re: [ksurfschool] body drag upwind and water type

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  • abinder3
    ... affecting you ... does not ... Actually, yes it can. Try it sometime. Something heavy in the water won t be affected by current as much as something
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 30, 2004
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      --- In kitesurf@yahoogroups.com, Philip Nelson <phatfil@o...> wrote:
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      > On Mon, 30 Aug 2004 19:39, abinder3 wrote:
      > > There may of also been more of a current in the ocean that was in
      > > your favor.
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      > Current shouldn't make a difference. The force of the current is
      affecting you
      > the same as it is the board, so whether or not there is a current
      does not
      > matter.
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      > Philip Nelson
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      Actually, yes it can. Try it sometime. Something 'heavy' in the
      water won't be affected by current as much as something 'light' in
      the water.

      Allen

      Allen
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