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March 27, 2019

x6 WEEK KRYSTAL COACHING 4.7 TRANSITION COURSE

Krystal Transition Program 2019 This is an opportunity for junior sailors to make the next step in the Laser 4.7 class. This is a fast track program o

March 27, 2019

K2 Health

Come down & See Krystal for Physiotherapy/ Sporting Screens/ Strength and Conditioning Gym Programming at her Business K2 Health down at Royal Bri

June 25, 2018

Laser Charter Available – single day session

Laser Radial, Full Rig or 4.7 Available. Everything included Sails, Ropes, Foils. x1 Single Day Charter Location- Royal Brighton Yacht Club Laser Char

June 25, 2018

NEW Laser Winter Charter Available

Winter Charter only $250 per month. Everything included. Foils, Sails, Ropes. $100 dollar deposit taken Location- Royal Brighton Yacht Club Winter Las

May 29, 2018

Mid Winters Regatta Sorrento- coaching dates changed for Regatta!

Mid Winters Sorrento 9th & 10th June https://sscbc.com.au/midwinters/ NOR https://sscbc.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/NORv04-SSCBC-Midwinters-

May 2, 2018

Victorian Laser Association – Training @ Mornington 6th May

  Below is an alternative for this weekend! This is Sophie’s home club so I am sure she will help make you all feel welcome down at Morning

May 1, 2018

DATE CHANGES! 4.7 Program

Hi Team, Well done to everyone who went down to Indented Heads! Big effort by mum and dad to make it all happen! I was really impressed by how profess

April 5, 2018

April Camp 7th & 8th

April Camp 7th & 8th  Welcome everyone! I am very excited about the up and coming two days of Laser Fun! The venue is Royal Brighton Yacht Club 2

March 14, 2018

Laser Transition Program 2018

2018 – Transition Program Laser    

December 13, 2017

K2 Health Opens its doors at Royal Brighton Yacht Club

K2 Health is really excited to open there doors in 2017. Director Krystal Weir has been working hard since march this year to renovate both the attic

Update Sail Melbourne 2010- 8th Overall, 2nd Medal Race

It has been a hectic couple of weeks down at Sandringham Yacht Club for the annual ISAF Grade One World Cup ‘Sail Melbourne’. The usual 15knot seabreeze didn’t eventuate during the whole regatta so we had to settle for max 5knots shifting from the West. I had a mixed regatta having moments right up the front with a 3rd in race one and a 2nd in the medal race. In the end I had to settle for 8th overall, it is a good start to the season and one that I can build on for the upcoming regattas. The VIS were extremely supportive during the event providing coaching support for me during the event with Sarah B and Johnny R. Next Stop is Miami, USA training with...

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Sail Sydney 2010 Krystal finishes 3rd overall

In the Laser Radial class Krystal Weir started the day in fourth position, six points behind Claire Blom of the Netherlands. Weir had the better day of the two with a seventh and a fourth to take the Bronze medal. “I’m really happy with the regatta’s result, it was a good comeback from being in 10th overall,” said Weir. “At the start of the week I was trying some new things, some were working and some weren’t but it all came together in the end.”  “Results weren’t really the focus for this regatta, it was about working on my technique and then today it was about doing what I know is right,” she said. “I haven’t raced properly in a while and this week was a great...

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Training in Melbourne

Over the past two weeks I have been back home in Melbourne training for Sail Melbourne. We have had a great squad of Radials training from Sandringham Yacht Club with Johnny, Oli and Sarah from the VIS. Sarah Lihan from the USA joined in the training also. I have been back training with Bruce at Balance & Control Pilates and Sara Picton at PRP. It has been fantastic getting back into a steady routine again. http://www.pocketrocketproductions.com.au/ http://www.balancecontrolpilates.com/ I am now about to head back to Sydney for 'Sydney International Regatta', be great to get back into some top level racing. ...

Latest News from Krystal in November

It has been a hectic couple of months since my last update. I returned from the UK after ‘Sail for Gold’ regatta and jumped straight back into University. Assignments, Exams, Hospital Placement at Prince of Wales Hospital, this has been my life for the past 6 months. Physiotherapy work at Sydney Uni has now finished and it is time to start full time training for the upcoming Laser season. In amongst the study I was able to do training from Double Bay Sailing Club and Middle Harbour Amateurs, compete in the Australian University Games and the recent NSW States Titles. During September, I sailed with the Sydney University crew in Perth for the Australian University Championships (Match Racing). My main role on the boat was mainsheet trim...

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Veolia On Tens Undercover Boss

Very Exciting! Veolia Environmental Services will be on Tens Undercover Boss on 25th October. It is great to see Peter getting his hands dirty and really helping to make a difference in the company! A big thankyou for all the support I have received from Veolia over the years to campaign towards 2008 and now 2012. http://www.veoliaes.com.au/news-room/press-releases/veolia-to-appear-in-channel-tens-undercover-boss!.asp...

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Double Bay Sailing Pre-Spring Regatta 1st

Krystal finishes first at Pre-Spring Regatta at Double Bay Sailing Club on Sydney Harbour. It is great to be home! I have been back in Australia for a week and I just couldn’t help myself. Double Bay Sailing Club was having there annual sprint regatta over two days 21-22nd August. It is a great little club tucked inside the harbour right near the Sydney Harbour Bridge. As Sydney Harbour is well populated, all the building provided a great funneling effect for the breeze. It is certainly a tricky venue with shifts from all directions. Day One was 20+ knots with gusts to 30knots, quite a few people went for a couple of swims and I have to say I was close at times.  I finished the day with a 1,2,1,2. It was great...

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Sail For Gold 2010

Sail For Gold has proved to be a very positive event for me leading into a training block over the next three months. It was disappointing to not get into the Medal Race due to a blackflag on the last race but the benefits far outway it.   I had a mixed regatta with plenty of ups and downs. After only having been back in the class for 6months it is encourageing to be up there with the best girls in the world. I finished 17th overall with Marit from NED winning the event, Sari from FIN and Sara Winther NZL. http://www.skandiasailforgoldregatta.co.uk/news/_992/latest_results   PRESS RELEASE AUSTRALIANS BLING Australia went home laden with gold after an astonishing week of racing in Weymouth Bay, the 2012 Olympic venue. Australia went home laden with gold after an...

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Sail for Gold 3rd and 8th on Day One

I finished today with a 3rd and 8th at Sail For Gold, UK. We had a great breeze from the SW at 15knots. I started the regatta with a great start and first work upwind, I was able to hold off the other girls and finish with a third. The second race wasnt so straight forward as I had a bad start. I then climbed my way back to 5th before heading the wrong way on the downwind as I sliped back to 11th. On the last lap I climbed up to finish 8th. I was able to practice and learn a few new tricks, looking forward to some more high level sailing tomorrow....

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