Key Elements

IN is called when the kite flies straight down, before it reaches ^70. The kite travels downwards with the top facing down, until the kite is its width above the ground, A 90° turn is performed, until the "wingtip" nearly touches the ground. Directly thereafter another 90° turn is made to bring the kite to a stop in an upright position, wingtips on the ground. Then OUT is called.

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