Mao Asada Triple Axel Jump Inspection

The Axel is a figure skating jump with a forward take off. Compared to other common figure skating jumps, an Axel has an extra ½ rotation in the air because of its forward take off. Most skaters perform the jump with counterclockwise rotation, taking off from the left forward outside edge and landing on the right back outside edge. The Axel can also be done as a double jump with 2½ rotations, or as a triple jump with 3½ rotations.

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ISU Grand Prix Final 2013-14

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Angle-1


Angle-2


Angle-3


Take Off Angle-2 (1000 x 7300)


Landing Angle-2 (1000 x 6180)


Angle-2 Take Off & Landing Side by Side (1500 x 5710)


Under-rotated is Judged Wrongly


XXII Olympic Winter Games 2014

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World Figure Skating Championships 2014

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World Figure Skating Championships 2014

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Angle-1


Angle-2


Angle-3


Take Off Angle-2 (1000 x 3375)


Landing Angle-2 (1000 x 5055)


Angle-3 Take Off & Landing Side by Side (1500 x 5080)


World Figure Skating Championships SP & FS Take Off Side by Side
(1000 x 2075)


World Figure Skating Championships SP & FS Landing Side by Side
(1000 x 1485)


Under-rotated is Judged Wrongly

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