Regis-de-giens wrote:very very Nice ! so you kept foiling up all the turn long ?
SAT like "satellite " ? Nice name as well, but indeed, if it is the same as a deadman ...
and yes especially the last one I did not just keep foiling all the turn, but didn't even shortcutted the turn on the end. It was all clear smoth and perfect ... and just some fisherman watching
But conditions were nearly below the wind you need to get started with this setup. So getting started was on the end more difficult than the 360 itself, and maybe I was lucky that the wind close to the beach was even lower, but I didn't care as I was ready to swim in the last meters.
Not sure where "SAT" comes from, never done it with a paraglider. But isn't "deadman" in kitesurfing used for this:
http://forum.oase.com/showthread.php?p= ... ost1236914
And I think a 360 deadman on a buggy is something pretty easy on hard ground in compare.
For me touching down when foiling always feels like "damn, I missed it". Also when jumping, landing on the board but touching water is like half made. Therefore I like backflips very much as they are easy to land just on the foil also with the long strut and low wind.