Translation for 'toe loop jump' from English to Russian
тулуп {м} [в фигурном катании]
toe loop (jump) [figure skating]
палец {м} (стопы)
toe [digitus pedis]
крестики-нолики {мн}
tic-tac-toe [Am.]
прыжок {м}jump
скачок {м} [прыжок]jump
unverified допрыгнутьto jump so far
лутц {м}
lutz (jump) [also: Lutz (jump)]
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Usage Examples English
  • At the 2007 World Championships in Tokyo, where he placed 29th, he became the first Austrian skater to perform a quad toe loop jump in competition.
  • In July 2009, Chan landed a quad toe loop jump during a warm–up session at the 2009 Liberty Summer Competition. He did not land it in competition.
  • During her career she attempted to learn the quadruple toe loop jump in hopes of becoming the first woman to land one in competition.
  • 3 turns can also be used as the common entrance to a toe loop jump and the flip jump.
  • He landed the quadruple salchow jump in competition and had a consistent quadruple toe loop jump.

  • The toe loop jump is the simplest jump in the sport of figure skating.
  • The toe loop jump is the simplest jump in figure skating.
  • Before the 2019–20 Junior Grand Prix Final in December, a minor injury prevented Valieva from training the quadruple toe loop jump.
  • During the warm-up before the free skating, she landed a triple Axel-triple toe loop jump combination.
  • Sadovsky landed his first quad toe loop jump in competition.

  • Entering the 2020 Canadian Championships as the favourites to defend their title, they placed first in the short program despite Moore-Towers stepping out of her triple toe loop jump.
  • The first occurred when he fell while practicing a quadruple toe loop jump in July.
  • At the 1970 United States Figure Skating Championships, she became one of the first female skaters to successfully perform a triple toe loop jump in competition, in a performance that won her the bronze medal in the junior ladies division.
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