- the four spins done with the centre of the kite in a fixed position
- horizontal flights along the same, horizontal, straight line
IN is called at starting point, with the kite in vertical position, the left wing touching the ground at about <80. A straight line upwards is flown until about ^40 is reached. Then a 90° clockwise spin is performed. That spin is followed three times by a straight horizontal flight of 40% and a further 90° clockwise spin. The centre of the kite should follow a straight, horizontal line during these moves, as shown in the animation. When the kite has reached >80, it is stopped and flown downwards. OUT is called when the kite lands on its left wingtip, at >80.