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You do not have to physically let go of the lines, just give in to the resistance and move your arms quickly upwards. Let the glider dive and only apply brake if it shoots too far. It is important to let the glider regain its speed directly after the exit. 4. Dangers: a. Spin: If you let go too slow or/and asymmetrical, the glider might enter a spin. If it does – quickly release both sides and the glider will fly out of it. b. Deep stall: If you let go of the risers too slow, the glider might enter a deep stall.

When you pull the entire front down, the glider will seek out itself, and some gliders will try so hard that you will not be able to keep the front tucked. c. Exit: Let go of the a-risers and position yourself neutral in the harness. The glider will quickly unfold itself. At some few occasions, where you have pulled the a-risers very hard, the glider might have entered a kind of stall with the front in. If this is so, give the glider a quick and deep pump with both brakes and let the glider build up some speed at the exit.

44 , - -. 3. 1. Description: Almost as wingovers, but instead of high, clean turns, you spin the glider 180 degrees at each pendulum. 2. Purpose: This manoeuvre is not really regarded as an own manoeuvre in international competitions, but it is a nice practice when you begin to sniff at the McTwist. 3. Execution: Entry: Fly full speed (trim speed). Position yourself neutral in the harness and pull full brake to one side. When the glider has done one 90 degree turn in spin you quickly release. The glider will continue the rotation to approximately 180 degrees before it dives to build up the speed.

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