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Old 13th October 2010, 07:58 AM
Gibbs Gibbs is offline
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I tend to do what I think a lot of people do in FT, which is put the wind into four or five categories.
1# Inside the kill
2# Edge of kill
3# Outside of kill (sometimes estimates as 1,2 or 3 "kills of wind")
4# Edge of plate
5# Shear bravery/Madness (Somewhere off the plate)

Using these categories can be limiting as kill zones are different sizes and plates are different shapes
but these groups are a good framework on which to build a wind memory.

When you see the top FT shots almost clear a course on a tricky day it proves to me there is still a lot more to it!! And a lot more to learn.
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