Little lessons PS IF you had been doing a carve (instead of what sounds like a focused hard hook). You could have bailed cross wind before you got too low. You committed yourself to a 360, never do that, let off your riser and do a 270.300 whatever.
1. Plan your swoop and your outs on the ground. 2. Do not get so focused on your swoop that you ignore everything else till you are apporaching hook altitude and then get introuble. 3. Loose the "I have to hook " attitude. If you do not have clear lane to set up for your hook at the right altitude take your out I mean this. Especially if you are on a 20 person skydiving load, there is a good chace you will not be able to turn where you want, so adjust your turn point or take an out. 4. Do lots of hop'npops. No traffic, work on altitude site picture and focus. 5. Never do maneauvers that eat up more altitude with out practicing them up high and with no traffic low.
6. Advanced...learn to take slight downwind and cross wind landings rather than get too low in your carve (or if you have to do a 90 or 180 instead of 270, 360.
i'm concerned about you myself, i've read some of your previous posts, and in my opinion, you are careless, and not nearly as observant as you should be. we all make mistakes, some more than others. not flaming you here, just trying to get you to "come to grips" with the safety aspect of this sport we all love, and enjoy. as fellow sky divers, we must care for one another. be safe, take care.....