You get a coach, train, and keep practicing.
Yes! only if you're good enough! Takes lots of practice
No. The triple axle is fairly common. I believe you are thinking of the quad. axle, (four turns). Actually, the triple axle is not common in woman's figure skating. The triple axle is 3.5 turns, and is the most difficult single jump for woman's. Quads are challanged by men's, though female skaters such as Ando Miki have challanged it in the past.
There are many figure skating moves, here are some examples: -Figure Eight -Stroking -Axle -Crossover -Lutz -Sit Spin -Combination Spin -Death Spiral -Throw Jump -Attitude -Attitude Spin -Lay Back Spin -Forward Swizzle -Snowplow
Double Axle was created in 1991.
Double Axle happened in 1991.
there are 1 and a half rotations in a single axle, 2 and a half in a double axle, 3 and a half in a triple axle, and so on.
Wheel and axle
Yes Double Axle Will Fit.. Take more weight on your tipper
if its a double axle at the back it is a 7.5 tonne and if a single axle at back its a 3.5 tonne
Well generally you have to be a freestyle 3 figure skater in order to be able to do this jump... but after learning the waltz jump and salchow, you should know how to dig in your toepick to jump. To wind up, you are basically just skating(backwards) with your good leg extended behind you, and dig it in and turn counter-clockwise while bringing your arms in towards you leaving the ice with your legs together like in a scratch spin. Land with your bad leg extended behind you...
there is no such thing as a single axel car, it would be a unicycle