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Geometry on Ice

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catherine markle

on 18 December 2010

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Transcript of Geometry on Ice

Geometry on Ice There are many ways that Geometry is used on ice
in both Hockey and Figure Skating. In Hockey... while in a game the Hockey players use Geometry when they hit the puck against the boards. When a Hockey player looks to pass the puck and sees that hitting it off the boards to his team mate is his only option he
subconsciously uses Geometry. Also in both Figure Skating and
Hockey when you do a "power
stop" you are turning your body and blade 90
degrees so your blade is horizontal
to the ice. In Figure Skating... When a Figure Skater wants to stop during a compition they cannot use
a "power stop" but they must use a technical stop called a T-stop. When doing this you must put your front foot at a 90 degree angle to your back foot to stop. Geometry In both Hockey and Figure Skating you end up parellel to the ice.. In Figure Skating there is a jump called a Salchow. SalcA salchow is a figure skating jump done from the back inside edge of one foot to the back outside edge of the other foot. A half revolution is done in the air.
how: Definition: Salchow: A salchow is a figure skating jump done from the back inside edge of one foot to the back outside edge of the other foot. A half revolution is done in the air.
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