"In" is called at starting point, with the kite in vertical position, the left wing touching the ground at about <80. A straight line upwards is flown until about ^40 is reached. Then a 720 c.w. spin (two full rotations) is performed. The center of the kite should follow a straight, horizontal line of 160% during these rotations, as is shown on the diagram. When the kite has reached >80, at the end of the rotations, it is stopped and flown downwards. "Out" is called when the kite lands at its left tip, at >80.
last changes: 3-96
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