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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.


Dance Lift

A movement in which one of the partners is elevated with active and/or passive assistance of the other partner to any permitted height, sustained there and set down on the ice. Any rotations and positions and changes of such positions during the lift are permitted. Any variation or combinations of dance lifts as determined by the Ice Dance Technical Committee are published in an ISU Communication.


Dance Pattern

The pattern of any dance is the design of the dance on the ice.  The diagram of a pattern dance includes all the information needed to execute one complete pattern (sequence) of the dance.


Dance Spin

A spin skated by the couple together in any hold. It should be performed on the spot around a common axis on one foot by each partner simultaneously.


Data Specialist

An individual sixteen years of age or older who has been trained and appointed to calculate the results of sanctioned figure skating competitions.


Days

Total days including weekends and holidays.


Delegate

A representative of a Club or Skating School entitled to vote at Members Meetings.


Difficulty Groups Of Elements

All elements in synchronized skating are divided into groups of difficulty based on the number of features included. Lists of difficult groups of elements are determined each or every second year and published in a Skate Canada and ISU communication.


Director

An individual elected or appointed to serve on the Board pursuant to the Bylaw.


Drag

A movement in which a skater travels along the ice with one leg bent and the other leg directed behind with the boot/blade touching the ice.



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