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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

Australian Institute of Sport Base Camp Italy

Currently at the AIS Base in Varese, Italy for a team Fitness Camp before I head to my next ISAF Grade One event in Kiel, Germany.  After Holland Regatta I had a small break heading south to Pompei and Naples to do some touring and time away from training before hitting the gym in the North.  Over the past week I have been gyming twice a day x1 Cardio and x1Weights with Head AIS Strength and Conditioning Coach Julian and Mike Plush AIS Physiotherapist overseeing my program.  It has been great to mingle in with other sports, Womens Water polo have been demonstrating the ICOOL for us while the Mens U23 Canoeing team pushed me out onto Lago di Comabbio in an extremely tippy canoe. I only made...

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Australian Sailing Team Media www.sail-world.com

by Craig Heydon 5:36 AM Mon 31 May 2010 Krystal Weir powered home in the Laser Radial fleet, finishing the medal race in fourth position to move up to fifth overall in her return to the class. It was a great fight back from Weir who found herself rounding the top mark last on the second beat. Weir was still at the back of the fleet at the bottom mark and then headed to the right of the course which paid off as she moved through the fleet to fourth at the finish. 8:26 AM Sun 30 May 2010 After two years away from the class Krystal Weir’s great return to the Laser Radials continued as she finished with a seventh and a hard fought fourth to remain sixth...

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Krystal finish's 5th in her first ISAF Grade One- Holland Regatta

Hi All, I have just finished Holland Regatta in Medemblik and for my first big international regatta I just couldn’t be happier with my result. I ended up 5th overall just putting some pressure on the front girls. We had a large range of conditions from 15knots + to drifting 3knots. I have always loved competing in Holland, minus the cold… it is a cute town, happy people and loads of bicycles. We had a great support next work with us at this event and it definitely showed. The Australian Sailing Team was so successful with 2 Golds, 1 Silver and 2 Fifths…so the whole team was in the top 5. Fletch and I feel this is a great start to my campaign towards London with only...

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Olympic hopes Press Release

Sunday, May 23, 2010 She comes all the way from Australia, helmed the Aussie Yngling at the Olympic Games of 2008 in Qingdao and is back in her Laser Radial. Krystal Weir finished seventh in yesterday’s race. “I just came back into it”, she says. “A seventh place is nothing special, but I am learning how to get off the line again. We have a couple of days here and then we continue with the Delta Lloyd Regatta.”She used to sail the Laser Radial before she replaced Yngling skipper Nicky Bethwaite, who broke her arms just before the Games. Weir and her crew finished tenth in China, where-after she jumped into the RS:X for a year. “It was a new challenge, as I didn’t windsurf before”,...

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Krystal in Amsterdam

Well it has been one week since I left Australia for sunny Holland. I have been spending the past week trying to recover from jetlag and get myself ready for racing at my first event in Scheveningen at the North Sea Regatta. I have been staying with Renske and Pim my Dutch friends exploring Amsterdam, Ann Frank House and also there famous football stadium where I was able to see the making of the stage for the Toppers concert. The dutch are crazy for this concert where they dress up in everything over the top and enjoy sing-a-long songs…hmm interesting.  After a few days I was all ready to go out sailing but my boat was waiting in Rotterdam on strike till some important paperwork from...

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Krystal Back in the Laser for London 2012

At the end of 2008, I announced at Sandringham Yacht Clubs “Meet the Olympians” function that I would be campaigning towards Gold in London 2012 in the Laser Radial. I have decided that it is time to jump back into the boat and begin campaigning.   Over the past year, I have taken time out to continue my studying at Sydney University Physiotherapy and also spent the summer learning how to race the RSX Olympic Windsurfer. My goal has always been to be an all round sailor and learning how to windsurf has helped form a different dynamic to my sailing. I am hundred percent positive that the time spent on the windsurfer and also the Yngling during 2008 will help me in my Laser Radial.   Recently, the...

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Queensland Laser Camp

Over the past week I have been training up in Queensland at a joint Yachting Queensland and Yachting Australia Camp run by Fletch and Adrian with help from Ken Hurling. It was a great camp with onwater training, rig measuring and lectures on tactics and techniques. Full rig boys jumped back into the Radial to give all the Girls and Youth Boys come tough competition. Brisbane really provided the winds with 15-18knots everyday. The winds and chop of Morton Bay really has prepared me well for my first event in Europe, Holland Regatta at the end of May....

Windsurfing at SailSydney

It has been a while between updates as I have been solely focused on one thing and that is to get through my Physio course at Sydney Uni. My last exam was last week and with that box ticked I can move forward and get back onto the water. Sydney International Regatta is coming very quickly! We have a weeks training before the regatta on Sydney Harbour where we will be lucky enough to have some of Australia’s best coaches Brendan Todd, Sean O’Brien and Jess Crisp coaching us on the RSX Windsurfer. It is an exciting time as the class is growing in Australia. The Australian events have been well supported by some International competitors such as Gelly from Greece, Jannicke and Maria from Norway and...

Learning to Windsurf

It has been a while between updates as I have settled back into life at home at a more realistic pace. Over the past four years it has been non stop towards Beijing. I am now enjoying the more simple aspects of life. Since the Games I have been learning how to windsurf while studying at Sydney University Physiotherapy. My Sailing career has progressed from the Laser Radial to the Yngling Class. Both classes have developed my life skills considerably. The Laser class demonstrated the need for self-driven motivation, whereas skippering (the leader) the three person Yngling Class taught team cohesion and working together for team outcomes. Windsurfing now brings a new dynamic to my on water skills as I learn how to persevere against the odds and...