- the kites forming a horizontal-line-formation during the whole compulsory
- individual diagonal descent
- three-quarter loops with curved exit
IN is called when all kites are lined up on a horizontal follow at ^10 with Kite 1 at approximately >50. After continuing along that horizontal line all kites execute a simultaneous 90° upward turn into an individual flank up (symmetrically spread around centre window) At ^70 all kites simultaneously turn sharp left (about 135°) into a parallel diagonal descent. On arrival back at ^10, with Kite 1 at approximately <20, all kites simultaneously execute an individual three quarter loop upwards, then curve back into the horizontal line at ^10 and return across the window evenly spaced. OUT is called when the (originally) last kite is at >10.