- four symmetrical arcs
- perpendicular landings
IN is called at the starting point, with the kite in a vertical position, the right wing touching the ground at about <70. A straight line upwards is flown until about ^15 is reached. Then a semi-circle is flown, with a diameter of 35%. The kite is brought back downwards, touching the ground with the left wingtip at <35. Three similar arcs are then flown. All ground-touches (except of course at 'IN' and 'OUT') should last no longer than approximately 2 seconds. OUT is called when the kite lands on its right wingtip at >70.