examples of jumps
Jump: movement by which the skater leaves the ice and spins in the air before landing.
Jump of one and a half rotations with takeoff from the forward edge; invented by the Norwegian Axel Paulsen in 1882, it is considered the most difficult jump.
Single-rotation jump with takeoff from the back inside edge; the Swede Ulrich Salchow created it in 1909.
Single-rotation toe jump with takeoff and landing on the same foot; it is considered the easiest of the toe jumps.
Single-rotation toe jump with takeoff from the back outside edge and landing on the opposite foot; the Austrian Alois Lutz invented it in 1913.
Single-rotation toe jump with takeoff from the back inside edge and landing on the opposite foot; the flip is in fact a toe salchow.