- the proper relative size of the two loops each kite makes
- getting the loops to touch the bottom line two by two as depicted in the diagram
IN is called as soon as Kite 1 is flying on a horizontal line at ^25. The first simultaneous loop has a diameter of approximately 20%. All (centres of the) loops are spread evenly between <50 and >50. After completing the downward turn the kites will line up on a horizontal line at approximately half a wingspan between wingtip and ground. The second loop has a diameter of 10% (so it is almost a roll). OUT is called when the first kite reaches <80.