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Multi-Kite Results

Multi-Kite flying is where there are more kites than flyers. Typically a single flyer controls either two or three kites simultaneously. Each kite is flown independently, usually from a control bar, or from the waist (when 3 kites are flown). Kites may be flown with or without tails.

STACK UK introduced a competition specifically for multi-kite flyers in 2015.

The competition is ballet only, using the IRB rules, with timings as for the team discipline.

STACK UK Multi-Kite Championship 2017

The 2017 STACK UK Multi-Kite Championship was held at Dunstable Downs on 17th June 2017.

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Ballet
Score Rank
Josh Mitcheson 54.0 1st

Well done to the STACK UK Multi-Kite champion, who retains his title, flying two kites in difficult conditions:

STACK UK Multi-Kite Championship 2016

The 2016 STACK UK Multi-Kite Championship was held at Souter Lighthouse on 2nd July 2016.

Multi-Kite
Ballet
Score Rank
Josh Mitcheson 65.0 1st

Well done to the new STACK UK Multi-Kite champion, flying three kites:

STACK UK Multi-Kite Championship 2015

The inaugural 2015 STACK UK Multi-Kite Championship was held at Dunstable Downs on 13th June 2015.

Multi-Kite
Ballet
Score Rank
Graham Lockwood 60.6 1st
Dave Green 53.2 2nd
Josh Mitcheson 51.3 3rd
Angela Green 43.8 4th

Congratulations to the first ever STACK UK Multi-Kite champion, flying three kites with tails:

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