Tomek Zakrzewski P55 shares his thoughts on planks in this outstandingly edited video. If you have questions or comments, please leave feedback on the YouTube page (NOT Facebook) and Tomek will respond.
Runner plank plays a key role in developing top speed of an ice boat.
Black ice, the holy grail of ice conditions with miraculous powers treasured by DN sailors, made an appearance in Juvvanet, Norway today. Credit to the “Dutch Ice Finder – an avid skater who traveled to Norway on a hunch that the lake would freeze for sharing his photos on his Facebook page. The season will be here sooner than you think, DN Nation!
Here’s one method explained on video by Tomek Zakrzewski P55 of how to glue the chocks that hold the runners to a DN plank.
This episode of DN Tech Talk is result of several requests I received from sailors from North America and Sweden. I tried to cover this challenging topic within 30 minutes. Hope you learn something and enjoy watching.
2020 North American Championship Race Committee Photo: GretchenDorian
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