What is the secret to making a 2.4mR go fast?

by Daniel Smith - ISAF

Based on the old 12-metre yachts used at the America’s Cup, the 2.4mR was born in 1982, designed by Peter Norlin of Sweden. It’s been used as Paralympic equipment since 2000, seen multiple world champions, Para World Sailing champions and Paralympic medallists.

But what is the secret to making the boat go fast?

Well we asked some of the leading 2.4mR sailors, Heiko Kroeger, Damien Seguin, Bjornar Erikstad and Megan Pascoe that exact question.

Hear what they said below:

What's the secret to making a 2.4mR go fast?

What is the secret to make a 2.4mR go fast? Well we've asked the right people at the #ParaWorldSailing champs to give us their top tips... Heiko Kroeger, Damien Sequin, Megan Pascoe and Bjornar Erikstad give us the lowdown so you can pick up a couple of tips

Posted by Para World Sailing on Sunday, 29 November 2015


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