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Clean air keep your wind clean or get into clean wind as soon as possible. Stay between the opposition and the next mark (directly upwind on the upwind legs, slightly offset on the downwind legs) so as to have clean wind. Protect the favoured side of the course (the side with more wind, better current, etc.)
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I feel the key to tactics is being able to adapt quickly to changing situations. It is very much about weighing up the risk/reward for each action on the race course. Try and minimise risks and sail conservatively. Generally, the people who make the fewest mistakes win. It is important to be able to focus on the right thing at the right time. Different weather conditions and eet positions will require different tactics. I try and keep things as simple as possible, and set myself small goals for different conditions. For example, in shifty conditions I will always be on the lifted tack, sometimes even if this means I am in dirty air. In stable conditions, I always make sure that I have clear wind. This may mean I have to take a small header to clear my lane. I set out these goals for each day, as they are dependent on the conditions and stage of the regatta. It is easy to overcomplicate this area of sailing: generally the people that are winning are just keeping it simple.
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Strategy is the way you would sail around a course as quickly as possible if there were no other boats present (always with a clear wind, never having to keep clear of anyone, etc.). Good race strategy is the way you would sail when leading a handicap race where you were the fastest boat, as opposed to sailing in a tight one-design class where you were just in the lead. At some venues the strategy may be very obvious, as there will be clear patterns in the wind or the current, for example, but at others it will not. It is often very hard to coach yourself in strategy, as you will often nd yourself in unexpected scenarios (light winds at a strong wind venue , for example). If the wind really increases, the waves have more effect than the current. In a wind against tide scenario upwind it may then pay to be in atter water rather than the more favourable current. It may also pay to be in the bigger waves downwind. In order to look at strategy it is good to train on your own, or perhaps with a single training partner (of similar speed).
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By practising at a venue well before an event, in the absence of other boats, you can see how (in an ideal world) you would sail around a race course in different winds and currents. Strategy will vary a lot from class to class and depend upon the wind s strength. For example, in marginal planing conditions (for a particular class) wind speed may be the most important factor. On a shifty day, being on the right tack may be the most important thing. However, if the wind speed and current speed are similar, current will be the deciding factor if there is a difference in water ow across the race course (especially for the slower boats or those which lose a lot of speed tacking). Getting out on the race course early on race day, and training at the venue as much as possible before an important event are highly recommended. This will give you a good idea of the wind, waves and current to expect at different areas of the course. Find someone of similar speed to yourself and do split tacks. You both set off from the middle of the line on different tacks, and after an agreed time (say ve minutes) you both tack back. See who is in front when you meet, and most importantly, why! Tide is often a huge factor in deciding race strategy. Unlike the wind, current can be accurately predicted! Race strategy often starts many hours, weeks, months or even years before the rst race! Do your homework by looking at tidal and meteorological data beforehand. The best way of approaching a race is to decide the main strategy, for there may be several strategies in con ict. For example, one side of the course may have more adverse tide but also more wind. Sailing is a very dynamic sport: there are often many variables. When you have all the available information, you can make an informed decision. We
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will now consider several factors, one at time (assuming that no other factors are applicable). You will notice there is often a link between the upwind and downwind strategy, so when thinking ahead always consider what is currently paying and more importantly WHY. On any particular race day there will be factors that are the most important. For slow boats, current may make the most difference. For faster boats in light winds it may be nding the areas of the course with the most wind. For boats which tack and gybe easily and are at near maximum hull speed, it will be all about the shifts.
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