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lay·back

 (lā′băck′)
n.
A spin in figure skating in which the skater's upper body is arched backward.
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layback

(ˈleɪˌbæk)
n
(Mountaineering) mountaineering a technique for climbing cracks by pulling on one side of the crack with the hands and pressing on the other with the feet
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After Choi completed her four-minute program with a layback spin, her supporters cheered and waved Korean flags.
As her program wound down, she was beaming, completing her final triple loop and finishing with a layback spin of sheer beauty and release.
Generally performed by women, the layback spin involves an upright spin position where the head and shoulders are dropped backwards and the back arches.
Some terms are self-explanatory (the layback spin, for instance).