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You are watching : Pro Tips | Harness lines length and position in slalom sailing

Harness lines length and its position are a very personal thing for every windsurfer but also there are rules that determine how your rig will behave when you have lines to much forward or backward. Gabriel Browne will try to explain basic rules for setting harness lines and will tell about about his personal preferences when slalom sailing.

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