- distance between first and last kite at IN at least 70%
- correct timing of the start of the loops
- loops spread symmetrically around window centre
IN is called when all of the kites are lined up on a horizontal line at ^40. The first loop is started by the last kite as it reaches <80. The diameter of the loop is approximately the same as the spacing of the kites at the IN-call. The second loop is started by the next-to-last kite when the last kite has done half of its loop (so is at the lowest point). Each kite starts its loop when the previous kite is at the lowest point of its loop. OUT is called when all of the kites are lined up again on the 'original' horizontal line at ^40, before >95 is reached.
(For a three person team, spacing and diameter of the loops will be about 35%, and the middle loop will be at the centre of the window. If a three person team is using very large kites, they can raise the horizontal line by 1 or 2%. Touching the ground is not requested. For a four person team, spacing and diameter will be about 25%. For a five person team, 20% and a six person team, 15%).