Starting

470s fighting to hold their lane off a Hyeres start
470s fighting to hold their lane off a Hyeres start

You know what it's like! Get a good start, even just a few centimetres better than the boats around you and before you know it those centimetres turn into metres and then hundreds of metres. Get it wrong by a few centimetres, and you're out the back door. Playing catch-up. Good starting requires practice, preparation, consistency, and a knowledge of when to be cautious and when to be daring. In this section, we'll take a deeper look at these things...



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