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sal·chow

 (săl′kou′)
n.
A move in figure skating in which the skater, while skating backwards, jumps from the back inside edge of one skate, completes a full rotation, and lands on the back outside edge of the other skate.

[After Ulrich Salchow (1877-1949), Swedish figure skater.]

salchow

(ˈsɔːlkəʊ)
n
(Ice Skating) a figure-skating jump made from the inner backward edge of one foot with one, two, or three full turns in the air, returning to the outer backward edge of the opposite foot
[C20: named after Ulrich Salchow (1877–1949), Swedish figure skater, who originated it]

Sal•chow

(ˈsæl kaʊ)

n.
a figure-skating jump in which the skater leaps from the back inside edge of one skate to make one full rotation in the air and lands on the back outside edge of the other skate.
[1920–25; after Ulrich Salchow (1877–1949), Swedish figure skater]
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She'll perform a number of spin and jump combinations, she said, and has a triple salchow jump planned.
Those crash pants come in handy at practice as Jessica falls on her first two attempts at a double salchow jump, but gets back up to try again and lands the jump on her third try, giving her coach a high five.