May 23, 2021

Laser 4.7 Transition Team 2021

It has been an amazing adventure these past 6 weeks with a record number of sailors joining my transition program. All 14 sailors have been committed

December 13, 2019

FINN GOLD CUP 15th-20th December

During the FINN World Cup Krytal will be available for Physiotherapy treatment and Massages for all Finn Sailors. $110 for 45minutes VENUE: ROYAL BRIG

March 27, 2019


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 NOR

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

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.   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...


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....


Weymonth Pre-Training

In sunny Weymonth for the start of the Sail for Gold event starting today. I arrived into Weymonth three days ago in preparation for sailing in the "Sail for Gold" regatta. Day one I arrived down the yacht club for 30knot+ gusts with a 25knot average, with these types of conditions I soon forgot about the jetlag problem, rigged up and screamed out to the starting area. We all sailed out for 30min downwind towards the course area in a lot of breeze so you can image how far the course is away from the harbour (LONG way). We had a great day with 30girls out racing, I was going fast so no worries with speed. Day Two we had a short traning session just outside the harbour...


Europe Tour Update 2010

I am now back in Australia after three months in Europe. Overall it was a pretty successful tour, with a 4th in Scheveningen Week, 5th Holland Regatta, 6th Kiel Regatta. My last event was the World Championships in Largs, Scotland where I finished in the back of the Gold fleet. It was a tough event and probably one of those regattas you look back on and learn a lot from. The event was running over 6 days but we only got proper racing in on the first 3 days. This teaches you how important the first few races of a regatta can be. Worlds 2010 Largs, Scotland was a very frontal venue that either had loads of wind or none at all. Race One I retired from the race...

Day Two of Gold Fleet Finals and No Racing

Well this has been one of those regatta where things just don't seem to go your way. Over the past couple of days we have had winds from all directions, up and down. Largs is a very frontal cloud orientated venue and I just haven't been getting on the right side of the shifts. Yesterdays racing was extremely up and down and in hind sight according to the race committee really should have been abandoned. Today we sailed out at 11am to sit and wait for wind, we waited 5hours then towed back into the yacht club. Tomorrow they are planning to have three races starting at 10am fingers crossed. I am sitting well down the leader board in gold fleet so we definitely have some work...


Day Two Laser Radial Worlds Largs, Scotland

Today was a day for keeping your eyes out of the boat to see whats coming. I am reasonably happy with today's progress as it was very tricky. The wind was shifting anyway between 20-30degree, up & down pressure in pockets all over the course around 5-10knots. I was in the first yellow fleet of the day which was great as I was able to get a few more practice starts in as the race committee were starting then relaying the course. The breeze was funneling off the land through the hills and we also had a few rain clouds just to keep us on our toes. In the first race I was right up there playing with 3rd or 4th at times, the result didn't really...

Day 1 Womens Radial Worlds Largs, Scotland

Today was just one of those days that you just have to learn from your mistakes and move forward. Today Largs couldn't provide the sunshine and heatwave that was spreading through elsewhere in Europe. Instead we had cold, raining conditions for most of the day, it was forecasted to remain light but the weather gods decided otherwise with sold 20+knot gusts heading through the course at times around a 15knot average. The first race was setup underneath the lee of an Island which proved to be quite tricky. In the first race I headed out from a great start everything working to plan, i then tacked across aiming for a duck below a Swedish boat but unfortunately was hit by a gust in which I didn't let...


Women Radial Worlds Start Tomorrow

Olympic Womens Laser Radial  Worlds begin in Largs, Scotland tomorrow. Krystal will be competing in the strong 120boat fleet over the next five days,  9th-14th July. To follow the event and


Krystal Weir prepares for her return to top level Laser Radial competition

The Australian Sailing Team’s Krystal Weir is preparing for her first Laser Radial World Championship since 2007 as the former World Champion continues her return to class at the 2010 Laser Radial World Championship in Largs, Scotland, later this week. Weir had two years away from the class as she represented Australia in the Yngling class at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and then tried her hand in the RS:X class throughout 2009 and has so far had a strong return to the Laser Radial class. In her return to the Laser Radial in Holland in May Weir finished fifth in a highly competitive fleet and backed the result up with a sixth place finish in Kiel, Germany in June. “My preparations have been going well, my coach...