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06 clarification of backtracking

Version 1 by Wolfgang Lintl
on 27 Sep, 2016 21:00.

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Current by Barney Townsend
on 23 Oct, 2016 15:37.

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4.24.5 During a navigation along a leg, competitors must not backtrack along the track line against the direction of the task. Backtracking is defined as flying with an angle of greater than 90 degrees in respect to the intended flight direction. This limitation is extended to the corridor defined by the width used to score gates in the task. {color:#ff0000}Flying a track or part of a track twice is counted as backtracking.{color}

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