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Terminologie "B"

 

“B” - In figure skating this denotes a left foot start. Border Dance - A dance whose steps have no required location on the skating surface. A dance skated so that the movement of the team changes the location of the steps on the surface.
B Position - An open side-by-side relationship of partners wherein both progress in the same direction, either forward or backward, while remaining square to their tracings. B Position is distinguished from Crossed Hands Position and D Position by the manner in which partner’s hands are held.a. Standard - The man skates on the left side of the team. The man’s right arm is extended across the woman’s back, partners clasping right hands at or near the woman’s right hip. The woman’s left arm is extended across man’s chest, partners clasping left hands in a location between the man’s waistline and shoulder line. b. Reverse - The man skates on the right side of the team. The man’s left arm is extended across the woman’s back, partners clasping left hands at or near the woman’s left hip. The woman’s right arm is extended across the man’s chest, partners clasping right hands in a location between the man’s waistline and shoulder line. Bracket (Br) A one-foot turn involving a change of edge with the rotation counter to the direction of the initial edge.
Backward (B) The tracing foot moving in the direction of ts heel. Short version: back. Bridge The arc between double threes.
Background Music - A musical rendition played for a free skating/pairs program in which the skating is not related to the music. Broken Ankle - A pivot spin variation in which the ankle is disjointed to the side of the skate and spun on the edge of the front and back wheels on the same side of the skate (only two wheels are in contact with the skating surface). The most common Broken Ankle spins are the IB Broken Ankle Camel (inside front and back wheels) and the OB Broken Ankle Camel (outside front and back wheels).
Barrier - The outside wall, railing, or traffic line forming the boundaries of the skating surface. Broken Ankle - A pivot spin variation in which the ankle is disjointed to the side of the skate and spun on the edge of the front and back wheels on the same side of the skate (only two wheels are in contact with the skating surface). The most common Broken Ankle spins are the IB Broken Ankle Camel (inside front and back wheels) and the OB Broken Ankle Camel (outside front and back wheels).
Baseline - A real or imaginary reference line. a. Posture - An imaginary line from the center of the skating foot through the hip and shoulder lines. b. Team - An imaginary line forming the axis around which the members of a team rotate. c. Dance - The imaginary line on the skating surface around which the steps of a dance are patterned, and which separates center and barrier lobes. The pattern line of a dance. Broken Ankle - A pivot spin variation in which the ankle is disjointed to the side of the skate and spun on the edge of the front and back wheels on the same side of the skate (only two wheels are in contact with the skating surface). The most common Broken Ankle spins are the IB Broken Ankle Camel (inside front and back wheels) and the OB Broken Ankle Camel (outside front and back wheels).
Beat - A musical term; a regular throb or pulse of the music. a. Strong beat - A beat with heavy accent, often called the “down beat.” b. Weak Beat - A beat with light accent. c. Off Beat - A beat without accent. Bunny Hop - A jump, without rotation, from a LF to a LF with a right (r) toe-plant landing. Or can be done from a RF to a RF with a left (l) toe-plant landing. No edges required, but may be done on edges. The free leg swings forward on take-off. On landing, the toe-stop of the free foot takes the surface slightly ahead or alongside of the landing foot. a. Toe Bunny Hop - Starting on a RF with the left leg extended in front, the left toe-stop hits the skating surface while the right foot simutaneously slides forward. The jump is off the left toe-stop with the right leg extended forward in the air. The landing is on the right toe-stop pushing onto a LF. No edges required, but may be done on edges. Can also be done vice versa. b. Double Bunny Hop - Starting on a LF with the free leg extended in back, the right leg swings forward while jumping at the same time. The left leg scissors forward in the air. The landing is on the left toe-stop pushing onto a RF. No edges required, but may be done on edges. Can also be done vice versa. c. Back Bunny Hop - Same as the Bunny Hop except the movement is backward. The free leg swings backward on the take-off, the toe-stop of the free foot takes the surface slightly behind or alongside of the landing foot. d. Back Toe Bunny Hop - Same as the Toe Bunny Hop except the movement is backward. Starting on a RB with the left leg extended in back, the left toe-stop hits the skating surface while the right foot simultaneously slides backward. The jump is off the left toe-stop with the right leg extended backward in the air. The landing is on the right toe-stop pushing onto a LB. No edges required, but may be done on edges. Can also be done vice versa.
Boeckay - A 1 1/2 Turn Jump performed from a RIF takeoff, counterclockwise rotation, to a LIB landing (no toe-stop assist on take-off or landing). Can also be done from a LIF take-off, clockwise rotation, to a RIB landing. a. Single Boeckay - 1 1/2 turns in the air b. Double Boeckay - 2 1/2 turns in the air c.triple Boeckay - 3 1/2 turns in the air Boeckl - A 1 1/2 Turn Jump performed from a RIF take-off, counterclockwise rotation, to a ROB landing (no toe-stop assist on take-off or landing). Can also be done from a LIF take-off, clockwise rotation, to a LOB landing. a. Single Boeckl - 1 1/2 turns in the air b. Double Boeckl - 2 1/2 turns in the air c. triple Boeckl - 3 1/2 turns in the air
Border Dance - A dance whose steps have no required location on the skating surface. A dance skated so that the movement of the team changes the location of the steps on the surface. Bracket (Br) - A one-foot turn involving a change of edge with the rotation counter to the direction of the initial edge
Bridge - The arc between double threes. Broken Ankle - A pivot spin variation in which the ankle is disjointed to the side of the skate and spun on the edge of the front and back wheels on the same side of the skate (only two wheels are in contact with the skating surface). The most common Broken Ankle spins are the IB Broken Ankle Camel (inside front and back wheels) and the OB Broken Ankle Camel (outside front and back wheels).

 

 


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