Fewer jumps and a new chorographic spin. ISU is discussing proposals to simplify rules in single and pair skating
ISU will discuss proposals to simplify rules in single and pair skating at the upcoming congress.
original source: TASS
The Technical Committee of the International Skating Union (ISU) is discussing proposals to simplify rules in single and pair skating for the upcoming congress of the organization.
This information was reported by TASS, citing a source familiar with the situation.
In particular, there is an idea to reduce the number of required jumps in the free program in single skating from seven to six and to allow the repetition of one jump three times. Previously, this was possible no more than twice.
The proposal suggests reducing the number of jump sequences and combinations from three to two, replacing one spin with a choreographic spin. In pairs, the suggestion is to reduce the number of lifts from three to two, and to eliminate the solo jump.
The next ISU congress will take place from June 10 to 14 in Las Vegas.
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