- keeping the kite in the same position during the whole figure
- an evenly flown, 'exact' circle
IN is called at starting point, at about >35. A straight line is flown, 30° upwards, until about ^55 is reached. Then flying direction changes sharply 90° while the kite stays in the same position. The circle has a diameter of about 60%. When the starting point of the circle is reached again, another sharp change in flying direction brings the kite back on the straight line; now downwards. OUT is called when the kite lands at its starting point.