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    Senior Member Billyboy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by boards_gmac View Post
    I think that if you delay your bottom turn a fraction and bring it out a tiny bit more into the flats it will give you more time and angle to get up the face a bit more vertical.
    good advice for bigger cross-off. Especially if you are used to smaller cross on! I

    often turn too early on my rare forays into side-off and proper waves - with the usual side-on mush I normally sail in you want to stay very close to the waves as you need all the power you can get. Often in side off you have power to burn so can head out into the flats a bit to give yourself more space.

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    ver helpful for me to see the sequence by JP: here edging the internal rail right until the top turn, looking up the wave and not towards the section of the coming top turn.

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