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Terminologie "M"

 

Manner of Performance - The way or style in which a skater executes the movements of a free skating/pairs routine. See Artistic Impression. Mapes - A Full Turn Jump from a ROB take-off with a left (l) toe-plant, counterclockwise rotation, to a ROB landing (no toe-plant on the landing). Can also be done from a LOB take-off with a right (r) toe-plant, clockwise rotation, and a LOB landing.
Mark - The total of the grades given by the judges to a skater. Same as score. Maximum Grade - The highest grade or mark a skater may receive from any one judge.
Maximum Time - See Timing. Mazurka - A jump variation in which there is a scissoring action with the legs extended downward and straight, with the feet crossed below the knees.
Meet - A competition where more than one contest is scheduled to be conducted. Minimum Grade - The lowest grade or mark a skater may receive from any one judge.
Mohawk - A two-foot turn from a forward edge to a similar backward edge or vice versa. a. Closed - A Mohawk 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. Turns of this type are referred to as progressive type Mohawks. The final closed free hip position gives this Mohawk its name. b. Open - (American Dance) A Mohawk with the free leg behind the body after the turn. In the forward to backward variety the turn is executed heel to heel. In the backward to forward variety the turn is executed from behind the heel, with the free leg trailing after the turn with the leg moving into open position. Turns of this type are referred to as Chasse’ type Mohawks. c. Open (International Dance) - A Mohawk in which the free foot, during the skating of the forward edge is turned open, then brought to the floor so that it strikes on the inner edge side of the skating foot. The free foot, as it becomes the skating foot, maintains a continuous motion and sweeps the skating foot off the floor and this latter foot maintains and open hip position as it leaves the floor. d. Swing Mohawk - A Mohawk in which the free leg is swung forward past the skating foot and is brought back close beside the skating foot before stepping down. It may be either an open or a closed swing mohawk depending on where the new skating foot takes the floor and the position (open or closed) of the new free hip. e. Dropped - A Mohawk, either open or closed, after which the second or turn edge is not to be held longer than one beat. f. Held - A Mohawk, either open or closed, the second or turn stroke of which is held longer than one beat of music. Mohawk Jump - A Two Foot, Half Turn Jump from a forward edge to a similar backward edge or vice versa. Can be performed with either counterclockwise or clockwise rotation in the air.
Musical Cut - The blending of different pieces of music together.

 


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