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2015-2016 Technical Clarification #2 - Ice Dance (July 28, 2015)

This clarification has either been developed by Skate Canada or received from the ISU Technical Committees and/or Sports Directorate.  Any further official clarifications provided by the ISU after the date of this communication will take precedence and will be communicated via this website.

This season’s Program Requirements documents contain additional information. Please consult this document, the ISU website’s Questions and Answers and Technical Panel Handbooks and the clarifications below. If you still require clarification, please submit a Clarification Request.



Single and double twizzle in a step sequence – Only a double twizzle is accepted as a "difficult turn" to achieve levels 3 and 4.  The first two twizzles performed (first two turns of this type) are the two that are considered by the technical panel for the level regardless if it is a single or a double twizzle.  

Example: If a double twizzle is performed, then a single twizzle, then another double twizzle, the second double twizzle cannot be considered as it is the "third" occurrence of this "type of turn".  


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