Now that ISA has introduced the Copper division, I am sorely tempted to compete at Adult level only this year. But before I make that decision, I wanted to check that I'm reading the program requirements right - primarily the jump elements.
Here is the wording from the official ISA document:
This has confused me a little.a) A maximum of four (4) jump elements.
Only single and half - revolution jumps are permitted, no Lutz jump, no Axel type jump, no double or triple jumps can be included.
A jump combination may consist of the same or another single jump. There may be up to two (2) jump combinations or jump sequences in the Free Program. One jump combination could consist of up to three (3) listed jumps, the other one (1) up to two (2) listed jumps.
Any solo jump can be repeated only once and this repetition must be done either in a jump combination or in a jump sequence (maximum of 2 of any jump).
Now, I have to confess that my Salchow is my worst jump. It's horrible. No matter how hard I work on it its just...yuck. So I want to avoid it if at all possible.
My ideal jump layout for this level would be: 1Lo, 1F, 1Lo-1T, 1F-1T. Have I read the requirements right? Could I do that layout, or is only one jump allowed to be repeated?