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Terminologie "CH"

 

Change-Foot Spin A spin that involves a change of feet. See Spin. Change of Edge (C-E) A change of curve from outside to inside, or vice versa, on one foot without a change of direction of the skate.
Championship - An official USARS sanctioned competition from which participants qualify to the next higher championship leading to the national and world competitions. Chasse’ - A step that does not pass the old tracing foot. A step, the completion of which does not involve or permit a trailing position of the foot, which is to become unemployed. The purpose of the chasse is to offset the forward motion of the body created by progressive runs. Thus the body is held erect with no forward or backward motion during the chasse. a. Crossed - A Chasse in which the free foot is placed on the floor crossed behind the engaged skate when skating forward and crossed in front when skating backward. The skate leaving the floor should not be lifted over the skating foot, but passed closely around the toe (or heel when backward) to the “and “ position. b. Dropped (Cut Step) - A Chasse’ during the execution of which the new free foot is moved against or into the line of travel. c. Swing Dropped - A dropped Chasse’ where the free foot moves (past the employed foot) to the leading position before becoming the employed foot at the `AND’ position. d. In Line - A Chasse’ for the execution of which the new tracing foot takes the surface in line with the old. e. Raised - A movement in which the free foot, during the period of becoming the skating foot, doe not pass the original skating foot but is placed on the floor beside the skating foot with the new free foot remaining alongside the new skating foot, In most cases Chasse’ are not more than one beat in length.
Cheated - A content item performed incorrectly while having the false appearance of correctness. Checking - The intentional halting or decreasing of rotational momentum during a jump or spin. Also called Checking Out
Choctaw - A two-foot turn from a forward edge to the opposite backward edge or vice versa. a. Closed - (American Dance) A Choctaw with the free leg in front of the body after the turn. In this type of turn, the free foot upon becoming employed progresses past the tracing foot. This type of turn is referred to as a progressive type turn. (International Dance) A Choctaw in which the free foot is placed on the floor along the outer edge side of the skating foot at the heel. following the weight transference, the position of the new free foot is in front of the toe of the skating foot. The final closed hip position gives this Choctaw its name. b. Open - A Choctaw with the free leg in front of the body after the turn. In the forward-to-back variety, the turn is executed heel to heel with the new free foot moving into the line of travel as the old free foot takes the floor. In the back-to-forward variety, the turn is executed from behind the heel, with the free leg trailing after the turn. This type of turn is referred to as a chasse’-type turn. c. Dropped - A Choctaw, either open or closed, where the second or turn edge is not held longer than one beat. d.Held - A Choctaw, either open or closed, the second, or turn edge, of which is held longer than one beat of music. e. Swing Choctaw - A Choctaw in which the free foot is swung forward passed the skating foot and is brought back close behind the skating foot before stepping down. It may be either an open or closed Choctaw depending on where the new skating foot takes the floor and the position (open or closed) of the new free hip. Choctaw Jump - A Two Foot, Half Turn Jump from a forward edge to the opposite backward edge, or vice versa. Can be performed with either counterclockwise or clockwise rotation in the air
Choreography - The composition and arrangement of jumps, spins, and footwork on the skating surface accompanied by a particular piece or pieces of music which evokes the character of the movements. Chugging - A tracing error in which the body weight shifts from the front to the back of the skate, or vice versa, thereby impeding purity of roll. forward and crossed in front when skating backward. The skate leaving the floor should not be lifted over the skating foot, but passed closely around the toe (or heel when backward) to the “and “ position.

 


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