Question: Is quadruple axel possible?

No quadruple Axel has yet been ratified. No quadruple combinations (quadruple jumps followed by quadruple loop or toe loop) or sequences (quadruple jumps followed by any quadruple jumps except for quadruple loop or toe loop) have yet been ratified.

What is the most difficult move in figure skating?

The Axel jump The Axel jump, also called the Axel Paulsen jump for its creator, Norwegian figure skater Axel Paulsen, is an edge jump in the sport of figure skating. It is figure skatings oldest and most difficult jump.

Can Yuzuru Hanyu do a quad Axel?

Hanyu Yuzuru wont perform quad axel at World Team Trophy, Kihira Rika suffers back injury.

Has any female figure skater landed a quad?

Elizabet Tursynbaeva of Kazakhstan became the first senior lady to successfully landed a quad Salchow in international competition at the 2019 World Figure Skating Championships.

Has anyone landed a quad Axel?

A quad, or quadruple, is a figure skating jump with at least four (but fewer than five) revolutions. All quadruple jumps have four revolutions, except for the quadruple Axel, which has four and a half revolutions. No figure skater to date has landed the quadruple Axel in competition.

Has anyone landed quadruple Axel?

A quad, or quadruple, is a figure skating jump with at least four (but fewer than five) revolutions. All quadruple jumps have four revolutions, except for the quadruple Axel, which has four and a half revolutions. No figure skater to date has landed the quadruple Axel in competition.

Why is the triple axel so hard?

There are two things that make the triple axel jump especially difficult: Since the skater must jump facing forward but land going backward, an extra half-rotation is added to every axel jump. They need to generate enough rotational velocity, to spin enough times while in the air.

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