Hey Lars, hi! Okay, let's do it! But I have a question, with all that angles why there's not a camera showing the wing tip?
Visibility is not very good. Anyway, fig.1 there is a variation in the line, visible. I would do the leveling with a narrower radius on exit (7). Roll looks very good (8). The turn seem to increase a little at the end and too steep (6.5). Fig.4 I have no idea of what it is: 45 up look very good, but there's variations in the 45 down line (6). Can't judge the half top flick, though. Fig.5 the humpty there's a stall in the second part of the half loop, need to be more flown, rounded, more entry speed, and the line down looks just a little bit negative (6). A view on the wing tip would help. Fig.6 sawtooth has a very short line before the roll and the correction after the roll is visible, I see a little bit of variation in the down line (6.5) very good though with the ASK. Fig7 Diamond (never saw in competitions) the only big thing is the last line, very short, angles are really good (7). Fig8 rolling turn goood! Just a small roll rate variation, but good heading and just a little tail shake at the end (7). Fig.9 Stall turn, hmm going up the wings are not perfectly always level, the right wing goes up, the turn is flown and wide pivot point, then the tail shakes on the end of the turn, and line down looks negative, with a variation. Man you can do better!!! here (6). Fig 10 reverse half cuban. I know ASK should be judged on 30° but to me looks very shallow, maybe 15°, good the 5/8 loop but super short the first line, a little bit mushy the half roll, super long second line with a variation of angle (4,5). Fig 11 rolling turn, very small angle the first sector and big the second sector, good the rolling turn rate (5). Fig.12 Stall turn, very good this one, however, the 1/4 of entry loop is very wide, and the up vertical line is much shorter (1/2) than the down line, good pivot point, good angles (6,5). Fig.13 the upper radius is smaller than the lower and there's a bump, not sure about the angle but looks good (8).
Maaaaan, these would be the scores with international judges (very very picky judges), maybe we can ask Hanna if she can contribute . Anyway this is what I see. I would work on those variations (easy to remove) and the other little details.
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