General Information

The 10th KFC Langkawi International Regatta Perdana 2013.

Participants from MYF

  • မိမိတို့အနေဖြင့်နိုင်ငံခြားပြိုင်ပွဲတွေ့ အကြုံရရန်
  • ယခင်မိမိတို့သွားရောက်ယှဉ်ပြိုင်ခဲ့သော 29th KFC မှအမှားများကိုပြုပြင်၍ပြိုင်ပွဲဝင်ရန်
  • မိမိတို့ပြိုင်ဘက်၏လကရည် အခြေအနေကိုသိရှိရန်
It would have been seem very good result for the girls. Their upwind and boat handling were very improved compare to the previous regatta. They are trying to improve reaching, downwind and starting.
For the boys were good at start. They still need to work on trimming, crew work, balancing at the upwind and also fleet controls technique which are still weak. For reaching and downwind, crews should play more with spinnaker. Helms must know what others do and maintain their position, concentrating on waving, planning to go to downwind mark.
About our opponent, they look very stable and they are very competitive with each other in their fleet. They are working hard especially the 420 boys. They are really good and ready enough.
For the girls, the helm is really smart at reaching and downwind. They can sail very smartly.
 Nay La Kyaw
Nay La Kyaw
Int’l 420 Coach

List of Nations Participating

Myanmar Myanmar
Malaysia Malaysia
Hong Kong Hong Kong
India India
Bahrain Bahrain

Optimist Class

Clinic Days

Day 1 –  Rigging and Tuning the boat

Day 2 –  Speed testing with Malaysia Boats

               Tacking and Gybing on whistle

Day 3 –  Speed testing with Malaysia Boats

              Focus on boat speed and trimming crew movement

Day 4 –  Speed testing in morning session

              Short race in evening session

Day 5 –  Racing with Malaysia Team

              Short course in morning, Long course in evening

Day 6 –  Boats preparation and prepare to get ready for regatta

              Rest in the evening

Regatta Days

Day 1 –  First Race started at 1100 am

              Wind speed up to 10 to 13 knots

              Sailors started to show their talent in first race

              We had very good upwind and boats speed

              But in downwind, the boys always lose 2 to 3 boats

Day 2 –  Fist starting Gun at 1000

               Wind was still good as yesterday but condition about the sea was shifty and current was strong. In starting line, current was pushing from behind and that made us got  over the line. We got one black flag for Moe Khant and Thurein.

Day 3 –  Starting was the same time as yesterday. Wind and current were still strong. We were very disappointed to all the sailors with their starting. But boys were not as bad as girls who got black flag

Day 4 –  Last Day starting Gun at 1000. Only two race was left. That day became important for the girls. They were leading the whole fleet throughout every race.They did very well at upwind, reaching and downwind but they still need to improve more in planning and crew spinnaker work.


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