00:00 - Introduction and the importance of SIV.
Initial input, collapse angles, glider behaviour in turbulent or still air.
05:54 - Collapses - Big frontals, initial big brake input avoids wing tips touching.
Techniques for high performance wings but useful for any glider.
C riser control - C risers instead of the brakes with a frontal collapse.
12:45 - C riser control - when on bar, speed bar pitch control.
14:46 - Looking at the glider in turbulent air.
16:32 - Side/assymetric collapses, leaning into big collapses to avoid twists.
20:14 - How quickly does a collapse wind the glider into a spiral?
20:33 - Cravat - getting a cravat and using a SAT to clear cravats.
Cravats, stop the rotation.
23:57 - Cravats - using a stabilo line to clear a cravat.
25:06 - Pod harnesses - get upright and ball up to avoid twists.
26:05 - Cascading with no control. 25-30% brake and count to 5...
28:48 - Stalling to escape cascades, must know what you're doing. Overstalling.
31:40 - Twisted risers - what to do if you get them.
34:23 - Twisted AND in a full stall. What to do?
Stalls - the importance of practising stalls in a safe SIV environment.
36:54 - What glider for SIV? Start with an EN-B type wing and progress.
Collapse lines and certification. Certification shows conformity not safety.
Does SIV damage gliders? Line damage in twisted cascading events.
44:39 - Thanks.