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#1 RevWizard


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Posted 10 January 2007 - 08:18 PM

These are only 5 of the many interesting REV links from Europe:

-  Java REV  -  http://www.godset.dk/rolf/javarev.htm
   (for in the evening or when there is no wind)

-  Building 16" Rev handles  -  http://www.micro-des.../bruhandles.htm
   (many in France, Germany and Italy use long handles)

-  Guido's  Rev  -  http://www.aeolian.c...o-maiocchi.html
    (see some of Guido's changes to the REV)

-  Guido's EuroCup 2006 ballet  -  
    (look at those sharp flik-flaks, stops and turns)

-  Guido flying indoors  -    
   (I can only say it is "Awesome")

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Posted 11 January 2007 - 11:43 AM

Thanks John,
Excellent efforts and more along the style to which I've grown accustom to myself.  

I enjoy that hard-style (exhibited superbly by Guido) much more so than the sedate precision based routines witnessed at the USA's competitions.  It reminds me of when folks started doing slack lines with the dualies!  I'm pleased to see that agressiveness is successful on the other side of the ocean.

best regards,
maryland, usa

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