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Terminologie "D"


Position - An open side by side open relationship of partners wherein both progress in the same direction, forward or backward as square as possible to the tracing. D Position is distinguished from B Position and Crossed Arms Position by the handhold, and from E Position by the requirement that both partners face toward their clasped hands. The man is to the left of the team and holds the woman’s right hand in his left hand in a leading position. The man’s right hand is on the woman’s back and the woman’s left hand is on the man’s back with her left arm outside his right arm.
Dance Positions International
1. Closed or Waltz Position A: Partners face each other directly, one skating forward while the other skates backwards. The man’s right hand is placed firmly against his partner’s back at her shoulder blade with elbow raised and bent sufficiently to hold her close. The woman’s left hand is placed against the man’s right shoulder with her arm resting comfortably on his, elbow to elbow. The man’s left arm and * woman’s right arm are extended at average shoulder height. The shoulders are parallel.
2. Killian or Side Position B: Partners face in the same direction, woman att he right of the man, man’s right shoulder behind woman’s left. Woman’s left arm is extended in front across man’s body to his left hand, while his right arm is behind her back. Both right hands clasped and resting at her waist over hip bone. This position may alsobe reversed, with the man at the right of the woman, both hands clasped and resting at her waist over the left hip bone. 3. Tandem Position C: Skaters positioned directly behind each other, skating identical edges. Hold can be either both hands for both skaters, on woman’s waist, or one hand on woman’s waist (both skaters) with the other one outstretched.
4. Foxtrot or Open Position D: Hand and arm positions are similar to thoseof the Closed position, but the partners turn slightly so that both may skate in the same direction. The man’s left hand and the woman’s right hand lead. This position may also be reversed, with the man on the woman’s right side. 5. trailing Foxtrot or trailing Open E: Same as the Foxtrot or Open D, except that the clasped leading hands are reversed, following the couple rather than leading the couple.
6. Side Closed or Tango F: Partners face in the same direction, one skating forward while the other skates backwards. Unlike the Closed A position, partners skate hip to hip, the man either to the right or left (Reversed F) of the woman. 7. Hand-in-Hand Position G: Partners face in the same direction and are side by side with arms comfortably extended, the man’s right hand in his partners left. The woman is on the right side unless otherwise noted.
8. Crossed Arms H: Same as the Killian B position, except that rather than being on the woman’s right hip, the man’s right hand is placed In front of the woman and both partners clasp hands closeto the woman’s torso. Dayney - A Full Turn Jump from a LOB take-off, counterclockwise rotation, to a ROB landing (no toe-stop assist on take-off or landing). Can also be done from a ROB take-off, clockwise rotation, to a LOB landing. Also called a Toeless Lutz.
Definition - Applies to turns, threes, brackets, rockers, counters; meaning two equal spirals (curves or edges) which point the turn in the proper direction and on the proper edge. (Example: A turn has definition when it points in the proper direction with equal curves and proper edges.) Degree of Difficulty - The level of skill needed to performan item well (or correctly) relative to other items of the same kind.
Diagram - A drawn or printed pattern. The official print of a dance or figure. Direction a. Direction of edge - clockwise or counterclockwise progression of a curve. b. Direction of rotation - turning of the body in a clockwiseor counterclockwise direction. Direction of skate - forward or backward progression of a skate. d. Direction of travel - the general direction of a skater or team of skaters, either clockwise or counterclockwise around the rink. e. Direction of turn - clockwise or counterclockwise rotation during a turn. f. Forward - The body facing toward the direction of travel.g. Backward - The body facing away from the direction of travel.
Double Jump - See Jump. Double Three a) Two consecutive three turns on the same foot and the same arc. (Each turn being one skate length in depth) b) Two three turns on the same Figure circle, remaining on onefoot, with the turns dividing the circle into thirds.
Double Repetition - Skating a figure two consecutive times without pause, completed by the stroke into the third repetition or by rolling off the circle at the short axis, having completed two tracings. Draw - Movement of the free leg in preparation for a turnon steps not permitting swings. Draw is used only on stepsof four beats or longer during which rotation or preparation for a turn must be made.
Drawing Procedure - The method by which the skating order of the contestants or contestant teams is to be and is determined, as prescribed by rule. Dropped - Not held longer than one beat of music. See Choctaw, Mohawk, Three, Turn, and Chasse’ for specific classifications.


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