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Reversed Flic-Flac (flip-flop)

Definition:

The REVERSED FLIC-FLAC is a sequence of alternating forward (frontflip) and backflip positions. For the best score, the kite should not tilt left or right during the trick.

Key elements:

Minimum three sequences. Constant speed and movement. Rotations should be full, but no short cuts or over-rotating. Wing tips parallel to the ground.

Judges view:

Clean and relative at the same spot. Parallel. The movement in one vertical line. No drifting sideways. Over-rotating.

Most common errors:

Sequences don't have the same speed. Sideways sliding.