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Mykonos | Apr 30 - 21:20 MESZ | NNE - 3-4 Bft
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_wymaroo
[001]
Get ready!
- max speed
- get out of the harness line
- move your sailhand back for more control
- make sure your feet are tight in the foot straps

[002]
Initiate a radical carve, like a bottom turn. It´s super important to really lean forward.

[003]
Here you go! Lean forward and bend your knees.

[004]
I´m still carving and starting to open up the clew of the sail and staying close to the boom. On this photo I´m super close to start the Wymaroo.

[005]
Now is the perfect time to take off. Pop out of the water as far as possible downwind, it's the easiest way to perform the wymaroo.

[006]
Now I'm in the air. I'm looking over my shoulder, because where you look is where you go.

[007]
Waiting for landing. The sailhand is still far back and my legs are little bent.

[008]
I'm getting ready for the most painful thing in the world (just joking!). I'm just holding on in the almost same position.

[009]
You turn more around if you have strong wind conditions. A sail like 4,7 is almost perfect for that move.

[010]
Get out of the water as quick as possible

[011]
You are done! Don't forget: SMILE

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Sequence

Rider: Diony Guadagnino
Pics: Thorsten Indra

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