Not once did I look behind me, since every unnecessary movement in swimming detracts so much from one's endurance speed
If negotiating a head- or tailwind is about time spent traveling, the best endurance speed is all about time spent aloft: What speed (and power setting) should we fly to minimize fuel burn?
In fact, your airplane's best endurance speed likely isn't published.
Middlesbrough's Newton won the Stan Robson Trophy road race at Stokesley before winning the Lincoln Grand Prix earlier this month and the Oldham-based 36-year-old showed all of the endurance speed
that has led him to three Olympic medals once again as he claimed victory in 1hr 50min 16sec.
After shutdown, the pilots descended to a lower altitude and slowed to best endurance speed
to establish a wind milling RPM of 25 percent or less.
In the 1500 metres, it is more about stamina and holding your technique together so when I train I may do sets like 30 100 metres in a certain time, or swimming eight lengths as fast as I can to improve my endurance speed
Maximum range speed occurs on "tangent" point and maximum endurance speed occurs at minimum point of the power required curve.
Minimum sink and max endurance speeds are each about 3/4 that of either best glide or max range.
As might be expected, the best endurance speed
is the speed providing the greatest time aloft for fuel consumed.
Just as with the maximum-range recommendations found in the sidebar on page 21, your non-turbocharged airplane's maximum endurance speed is based on its power-off stall speed in the clean configuration (again, the bottom of the green arc).
Since your non-turbocharged airplane's maximum endurance speed derived in this fashion is based on the power-off stalling speed at gross weight, don't forget to reduce it by 10 percent for every 20 percent reduction in weight from max gross.