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Performing at the annual windless kite flying festival & competition

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Windless kite flying is an indoor sport that is celebrated in an annual windless kite festival and competition at Long Beach, Washington’s World Kite Museum. The kite flies thanks to the small amount of wind created by the flier’s walking patterns and arm movements.

Member of Team iQuad and recognized as one of the top Rev pilots in the world, Spencer Watson flew this winning indoor kite competition performance at the 2013 Windless Kite Festival… he is flying an Indoor Rev.

Related videos: More kites, including understanding tether dynamics through kite flying.

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