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Sectional Championships

A championship that qualifies athletes toward and including but not limited to Skate Canada Challenge and the Canadian Figure Skating Championships.


Sequence

The set order of the prescribed steps that compose one pattern of a Pattern Dance.


Set of Sequential Twizzles

In ice dance, a series of two twizzles with up to one step between twizzles.


Set of Synchronized Twizzles

In ice dance, a series of two twizzles with up to three steps between twizzles.


Shadow Dance

The term used when a skater skates the full pattern of the dance with another skater, coach or program assistant using a “shadow” formation. The partners face in the same direction and are skating side by side with no more than one arm’s length distance between them.


Short Axis

A straight line that divides the ice surface into two halves crosswise (midline). On an ice surface that is 100’ x 85’, the short axis runs the width of the 85’ side through the middle of the ice.


Short Lift

A dance lift which does not exceed seven seconds in duration.


Sit Position

Singles and Pairs: A basic spin position with the upper part of the skating leg at least parallel to the ice.

Ice Dance: A basic spin position performed on one foot with skating leg bent in a one-legged crouch position and free leg forward, to the side or back.


Skate Canada Challenge

A championship that qualifies athletes toward and including, but not limited to, the Canadian Figure Skating Championships.


Skating School

An organization other than a Club that is operating for the general purpose of providing Skate Canada skating programs.



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