A double Front Somersault with 1½ twists in the 2nd Somersault”.
A Front Somersault with 1½ twists; also known as a “Rudolph”.
A Front Somersault with 1½ twists; also known as a “Rudy”. Named after Dave Roudolph who executed the 1 ½ twisting front Somersault on a trampoline in the late 1920’s in Vaudeville. Randolph and Adolph were “invented” names for the kindred skills they represent.
A move starting on the Seat, Full Twist To Seat Drop
A move starting on the back, ½ Front Somersault With 2 ½ Twists To back.
A Front Somersault with 2½ twists; also known as a “Randolph”.
A Front Somersault with 2½ twists; also known as a “Randy”.
Any quadruple Somersault combined with a component of twist.
Semi-tucked shape allowable in competition for multi-twisting multiple somersaults. For competition, the rules require an angle between the body and thighs, and the thighs and lower legs, of 90 ° – 120 °.
A double Back Somersault with 4 complete twists. Named after Dimitri Poliarush (BLR) – Winner, 1996 World Championships.