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Reverse Rolling (Inverse)


 The REVERSE ROLLING is a 360 ° rotation of the kite while hanging in a TURTLE-position during a flight. IN is flown from a horizontal line. The lower wing is pulled in order to get the kite in the TURTLE position, the other line is drawn in order to obtain the rotation. OUT is horizontal in the reverse direction as IN.

Key Elements:

 Horizontal IN and OUT, Flat rotation, no height loss. OUT direction is opposite to IN.

Judges View:

 No pause between the backflip and rotation. Flat rotation. Remain at the same height.

Most Common Errors:

 A visible break to get the kite deeper into the TURTLE. No flat rotation. Loss of height. OUT is not a horizontal line.


'ResponsiveMedia' plugin by Geoff Hayward.

'ResponsiveMedia' plugin by Geoff Hayward.



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