- relative size of roll and loop
- 'ground pass'
IN is called when the kite flies on a horizontal line at ^30, when the kite is at more than <70. One roll and two loops (circles) are flown with diameters of approximately 10%, 20% and 25%. The centre of the second loop is at 0%, the other two evenly spaced around centre window, at least 40% from the centre. The kite continues on the horizontal line at ^30, until it reaches >70. It then flies a curve downwards until flying on a horizontal line at ^5 (wing tip 0.6 m or 2 feet above the ground). OUT is called when the kite is at least at <70.