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Two Points Landing


The TWO-POINT LANDING is a landing on both wingtips at the same time. It is initiated with a snap stall as close to the ground as possible, such that the kite does not hover or float down to the ground. The angle of approach is either vertical or horizontal. The kite must land on only the two wingtip points – not wingtips and spine, or the entire back of the sail or the trailing edge. The kite remains on the two wingtips for at least 2 seconds.

Key Elements:

Straight line entry. Decisive landing on both wingtips simultaneously. Held in this position on the ground for minimum two seconds.

Judges view:

The harder the kite is put down on the two tips, the better. No other parts may touch the ground. Pilot movement forwards is minimal.

Most common errors:

Landing on one tip first, touching the ground with the back of the kite (trailing edge). Running forward to get the kite to land.

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