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A championship that qualifies athletes toward and including, but not limited to, the ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships, the ISU World Figure Skating Championships and the Olympic Winter Games.
A championship that qualifies athletes toward the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships.
The name for each level of competition within a discipline. Examples of categories are STAR 1, STAR 2, Pre-Juvenile, Juvenile, Pre-Novice, etc.
A spin that has a change(s) of foot with a minimum of three revolutions on each foot.
In synchronized skating, when the number of lines, spokes, or circles changes during an element.
The visible tracing of a skate on one foot that changes from one curve and edge to another curve and edge.
A series of two edges (usually outside, inside) in which on the second edge the free foot is placed on the ice beside the skating foot, but not ahead of or behind it, and the free foot is lifted with the blade parallel to the ice.
Crossed Chassé, Slide Chassé
The data specialist who oversees the team of data specialists at a competition.
A turn from one foot to the other in which the curve of the exit edge is in the opposite direction to that of the entry edge. The change of foot is from outside edge to inside edge or inside edge to outside edge. In ice dance, unless otherwise specified in the dance description, the free foot is placed on the ice close to the skating foot. The entry and exit edge are of equal depth.
Closed Choctaw, Crossed Open Choctaw
In ice dance, a listed or unlisted movement or series of movement(s) as specified by the ISU Ice Dance Technical Committee.
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