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Crossed Chassé

The same as chassé except that on the second step the free foot crosses the skating foot (crossing behind the skating foot when skating forward or crossing in front when skating backward).


Crossed Foxtrot Hold

The partners are in the same position as the Foxtrot Hold except that the man’s right arm passes behind the lady and his right hand is on her right hip, and the lady’s left arm passes behind the man and her left hand is on his left hip.


Crossed Kilian Hold

The lady's left arm is extended across the front of the man's body to his left hand, while his right arm is extended across in front of her body with both partners' right hands resting clasped over her hip. This hold may also be reversed.


Crossed Open Choctaw

A choctaw in which the outside of the free foot is held in front of and at right angles to the skating foot. The hip is open after the turn. It may be wide-stepped (e.g. Steps 11-12 of the Rhumba).


Crossed Step Behind

A step in which the free foot is placed on the ice on the outer edge side of the skating foot with the free leg tightly crossed behind the skating leg. (Note - the legs cross below the knees.)


Crossed Step in Front

A step in which the free foot is placed on the ice on the outer edge side of the skating foot with the free leg tightly crossed in front of the skating leg. (Note - legs cross below the knees.)


Crossover

A step or sequence of steps (push + cross) in which the free foot crosses the skating foot completely before it is placed on the ice.


Cumulative Points Calculation (CPC)

The Cumulative Points Calculation Judging System is a method for the calculation of results in the sport of figure skating. This system is based on the principle that a performance can be divided into elements (of difficulty) and program components, each of which can be evaluated individually. The total of the marks for all of the elements and components forms the score for each skater or team in a competition. The highest scoring skater, couple or team is declared the winner. The second highest places second and so on.


Curve Lift

In ice dance, a Short Lift in which the lifting partner travels on one curve (lobe) in any position on one foot or two feet


Dance Jump

A small jump not more than 1/2 revolution (1 revolution in synchronized skating), used to change foot or direction. Such jumps may be performed in hold or separated.  Both partners may jump at the same time.



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