A Free Skating Program to music of three minutes in length (plus or minus 10 seconds). A well-balanced Junior Synchro Free Skating Program contains: These are basic requirements.

... CBC P.O. Age: Pre-Juvenile Singles competitors are grouped in two age categories: These competitions consist of a Free Skating Program to music of either two minutes or two minutes 30 seconds in length (plus or minus 10 seconds). A traveling turn on one foot with one or more rotations which is quickly rotated with a continuous, uninterrupted action. The ISU has announced an exception to the upper age limit for the Novice category for the 2020-2021 season.

The team shall perform a Free Skating Program as defined above. A well-balanced Senior Pairs free program contains: Assessment: At least one partner must have passed the complete STAR 5 (or equivalent) Dance Assessment or higher, Age: Pre-Juvenile Dance competitors must not have reached the age of 14 before July 1 preceding the Event, This competition consists of two parts: Pattern Dance and Free Dance. The change of foot and the change of position must occur at the same time by all skaters executing the spin.

A well-balanced Novice free dance contains: Assessment: At least one partner must have passed the Gold A and Gold B Dance Assessments or higher. The table provides a list of the world ice dancing championships winners. Medals may be awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing on the senior, junior, and novice levels. The total score will be multiplied by a factor of 1.0 for the second Segment of the Event. A hand-to-waist lift in which a skater is lifted into the air on the take-off. Video.

Age: Skaters must not have reached the age of 15 and at least 75% of the skaters must not have reached the age of 13 before July 1 preceding the competition. A variation of this is the arm-in-arm side by side hold. backward outside, backward inside, forward outside, forward inside. Age: Must meet ISU Junior age criteria (maximum age limit only applies: women must not have reached the age of 19 and men must not have reached the age of 21 before July 1 preceding the competition). European and Four Continents championships, Men’s world figure skating championships winners, Women’s world figure skating championships winners, Pairs world figure skating championships winners, Helene Engelmann, Karl Mejstrik (Austria), Ludowika Jakobsson, Walter Jakobsson (Fin. Throw jumps are named after the basic solo jump which is initiated and executed only by the skater being assisted. Figure Skating at PyeongChang 2018.

A spin in which the skater remains in a spiral position while rotating. Both events have been postponed.

Canada's Patricia Andrew and Zachary Daleman finished 11th in pairs at the world junior figure skating championships on Thursday. In singles and pairs, a spin must have at least three revolutions to be considered a spin. A series of prescribed steps, turns and movements in a rhythm dance consisting of a sequence of a pattern dance or a section of a pattern dance or a combination of steps/turns from pattern dances. One full revolution on the ice between the jumps (free foot can touch the ice, but no weight transfer) keeps the element within the definition of a jump combination. A toe jump with counter rotation that takes off from a backward outside edge; listed in the Scale of Values according to the number of revolutions. A free dance to music of two minutes in length (plus or minus 10 seconds). A pivot figure in which the man is in a backward outside pivot, holding one hand of the woman with one hand. Assessment: Must have passed the complete STAR 5 (or equivalent) Freeskate Assessment or higher.

The set order of the prescribed steps that compose one pattern of a Pattern Dance.

Singles and Pairs: Two or more jumps in which the landing foot of the first jump is the take-off foot of the next jump and so on.

Consists of any kind of movements like steps, turns, spirals, arabesques, spread eagles, Ina Bauers, hydroblading, any jumps with maximum of two revolutions, spins, etc.

The weight remains on the skating foot with the free foot in any position during the turn then placed beside the skating foot to skate the next step.

Age: Skaters must have reached at least the age of 15 as of July 1 preceding the competition.