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Old     (shadowclaw)      Join Date: Sep 2002       09-22-2002, 8:50 AM Reply   
Heya,

I practise my (kite)boardcontrol on a cableski track.

I got 2 real cool areal moves which I can not find in the trick list on this site.

rider posistioning: right foot front (goofy?)
8 feet left to the center of the cable
Loading up the rail heelside pressure, angle 45 speeding to the right, 16ft to the right of the cable, heelpress and turn the board angle 90 degrees off cable direction, lift off by moving pressure on left foot (back). Air time
My body turns 135 degrees facing the sky to the right, the head follows the body then looks to the water again, the body follows back.
Its sorta an air raley with a body turn 135d and back again landing.
A guy called it a Stargazer, but i can't find the name in here.
I also completed the rotation to 360 degrees. Making it an inverted S-band (rotating anti- clockwise) or a streched backroll.
The same guy called this move the Hintenberger, sounds great but i can't find it in the list either.

Does someone know the moves as i described above ? If you do I'd like to hear what you call them, and what their rating would be.

Greetz,
Dennis BooM

 
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