Articles tagged with: Luderitz Speed Challenge
Luderitz Speed Challenge is a completely unique combination of wind and speed in a forgotten paradise.
Video of the Luderitz Speed Challenge 2011. Features not only the winning races but also the the channel construction.
The new Luderitz Speed Strip ready for action, hopefully some more speed records will be broken.
A new channel away from the Second Lagoon shoreline was dig, which has been used thus far. This is necessary …
The « Lüderitz Speed Challenge” is back! Since 2007 that the competition is held in Namibia, and is a World Record Attempt in Speed Sailing that has produced more than 40 World & National Records …
Big Congratulations to Charlotte Consorti, team F-One, for being the first woman to pass the 50 knots barrier.
The wind blew up to 45 knots today and the organisers decided to built a retaining wall after the finish of the run to keep the water in at low tide. This paid huge dividends …
Another day of wind and 4 more National records were broken today. High tide was at 9.30 am so it was an early start for everyone.
Not only did F-One rider Alex Caizergues broke the outright all category speed record yesterday in Luderitz at 15:38 with a run at 54.10kts