Axel Paulsen was the "inventor" of the Axel jump, he was also the first person to ever perform it. He discovered this jump in year of 1882.
In figure skating there are many jumps. These are (in order of easiest to hardest): Three jump Salchow Toe Loop Loop Flip Axel This is in ladies figure skating, I'm not sure about mens or pairs
Triple Axel, but even harder is the quad jumps
The sport of figure skating has a jump known as a triple axel, not a triple axis.
Waltz jump Salchow Toe loop Loop Flip Lutz Axel Then doubles, triples, and so on.
No, a pinwheel is not a figure skating jump. It is a skating move the a group of skaters can do.
- salchow jump (generally the easiest jump, besides the waltz/3-jump) - toe loop - flip - lutz - axel (generally the hardest jump)
Axel is a fisst name of Scandinavian origin. It was especially popular in Danemark. It is also in use in France. The skating figure axel is a jump named after the Norwegian skater Axel Paulsen who invented it.
An Axel is when you jump forward into mid-air and turn one and a half rotations in the air.You land backwards on the opposite foot you took off on.