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    From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Figure_skating_jumps
    The toe loop jump is a toe jump that takes off from the back outside edge and lands on the same back outside edge (in other words, a toe-pick assisted loop jump, although the mechanics of the two jumps are very different). This is sometimes known in Europe as a cherry flip.
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    Half axel (also known as a "Bell jump"), a one-rotation jump with an axel entry and a forward landing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pollyanna View Post
    Gary Beacom 1998 World Cup of Figure Skating - forward jumps begin at about 4:00.
    Thanks for that link. Gary Beacom had amazing control and originality. I really miss that type of professional skating.

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