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Weekly Zoom Training 1/5/22 - Shared screen with speaker view
Brian Smart
17:53
not yet?
Chris Niemeyer
18:21
I met Charlie on his namesake rapid on the UY, except he was in the water 🙂 honored to watch his presentation
Elena Coleman
25:38
I can hear you!
Chris Farris
27:06
Racing has great growth..
Phil Jacoby
29:25
What is level flotation?
Charlie Duffy
32:17
When did the Keyhole Cockpit first appear? Large Cockpits.
Jacki Zevenbergen (she, her,) Ohio
36:46
What dam in Ohio had the 3 fatalities?
Joseph Mornini
37:31
I will ask Charlie these questions soon..thanks!!
Joseph Mornini
38:43
...and thanks for the numerous suggestions to mute folks!!
Marc Dervaes
41:43
Kent Ford taught my first ACA!
Patrick Tracy
47:34
Palouse falls shot, lol
Stan Mrzygod
53:10
189 feet falls was Palouse Falls in WA St, but not by me!
Brian Smart
01:07:10
where will you be posting this recording?
Phil Jacoby
01:08:06
Charlie - try hitting the Share Screen button on the bottom pop up task bar to undo
Chris Niemeyer
01:08:10
How did the rest of the world evolve in parallel, ie Europe in terms of safety? Were they watching us?
Seal
01:08:28
We will post this video on the TRR website in the next couple of days.
Chris Niemeyer
01:10:15
How many deaths while squirt boating… not play boating to be specific?
Stan Mrzygod
01:10:40
How can we view this later?
Phil Jacoby
01:11:22
What are the flatwater fatalities and how can they be avoided?
Andrew McIntyre - TRR SEPA
01:11:32
Do you track professional swiftwater rescuer injuries/deaths? We have the NFPA to track firefighter fatalities but there aren’t many specific to swiftwater rescue.
Chris Niemeyer
01:12:52
Mystery move on bucket list… and I’m on 3 year wait list for Jimmy stick :)
Randy Robinson
01:13:24
Great presentation Charlie - very interesting! Thanks for your many years of river safety work!
Cindy Mickievicz
01:14:18
I was recruited to become a level 1/2 Instructor by my local Club in PA. Scheduled for weekend of training in May. What are the biggest watch-outs when responsible for beginners.
Chris Niemeyer
01:15:15
Enough water! And ask them how much they think enough is
Marc Dervaes
01:15:21
who calls the shots once fire and rescue is on scene, being SWR trained?
Jaimie
01:15:40
Ditto on what Randy said - great, and fascinating presentation, definitely the highlight of my week. Thank you!
Jennifer David’s iPadJenny
01:16:01
For the paddlers in the nyc area the first classes in boating were held by the American Red Cross who developed entire curriculum and were the only ones certifying instructors I remember the movie called The Drowning Machine.
Susanna Pearce
01:17:59
Are there any online resources you would recommend for those of us new to swift water rescue and interested in beginning to get oriented to it? I realize that on-the-water training is essential, but I’m interested in first working on getting a bit of a basic conceptual base and I’m wondering about resources for that. Thanks so much for this presentation.
Jennifer David’s iPadJenny
01:18:00
Why do we still see Witwatersrand Kayakers continue to paddle with tow tethers? I thought this was considered a risk for the wearer . Where do you stand on this issue?
Oren Kennedy
01:19:05
Astral
Marc Dervaes
01:19:43
Awesome class!
Chris Niemeyer
01:19:44
Thank you Charlie!!! You are amazing
Chris Calhoun
01:19:45
Thanks Charlie.....outstanding job!
Phil Jacoby
01:19:52
many thanks Charlie! Always valuable information!
Rebecca Gray
01:19:59
great information, thank you for all you have done for the sport!
cheryl
01:20:03
very informative, thanks
Jacki Zevenbergen (she, her,) Ohio
01:20:06
Thank you Charlie
Oren Kennedy
01:20:06
Thanks for hosting this presentation!
Marc Dervaes
01:20:11
you're the OG!
Susanna Pearce
01:20:26
Are there any online resources you would recommend for those of us new to swift water rescue and interested in beginning to get oriented to it? I realize that on-the-water training is essential, but I’m interested in first working on getting a bit of a basic conceptual base and I’m wondering about resources for that. Thanks so much for this presentation.
Teresa Moore
01:20:31
Awesome presentation !!! Thank you very much !!!
Patrick Tracy
01:20:31
thank you so much, best guys named Charlie
Caroline Rose
01:20:47
Very much appreciate your presentation! from the Wisconsin Hoofers, still here in Madison, WI!
DT
01:21:22
yes eran
Gil Shacham
01:21:26
DC Rescue
DT
01:22:26
Thank you Charlie Walbridge!
Brian Smart
01:22:27
can dufffy post link
Susanna Pearce
01:22:39
Thank you so very much!
Charlie Duffy
01:23:05
https://dcrescue.com