plenty. if you are looking for rules for competitive figure skating with the USFSA (united states figure skating association) you can find them at the USFSA website... (usfsa.org)
are ice skating and figure skating the same.
yes there are
it matters what type of skating the level and the club that you are skating in be more specific and you will get your answer.
the rules are to not fall and get as many points as possible
I recommend you searching in google ISU regulations
yes there are a lot, go research it
mens figure skating, womans figure skating, dance skating, and pair skating
Mens figure skating, womans figure skating, pair skating, and dance skating.
your hair has to be tied up your partner has to be the same age as you
They get disqualified.
these are the basic rules of figure skatingThe basic rules of Figure Skating are to not fall when you jump, land your jumps by doing a full rotation and not over rotating your jumps, when you spin don't move around to much, when you do a lunge make sure your foot is oven your head. Pretty much,try your best to not fall. if you do get back up right away
yes, in competitions and tests there are rules. like when you are start or finish your program you can't be laying/on the ice
YES! In recent years the rules have been changed to make it harder for the skaters to score a medal.
Most people call it figure skating, but figure skating can be referred to as the more vauge term, ice skating.
Figure skating originated in Poland.
Figure skating started in 1872 .
I love figure skating!!
=Figure Skating Was Invented In England.=
Figure skating started around 3000 BC. Figure skating competitions were first played in Europe in 1891. World figure skating started in 1896.
Jackson Haines invented figure skating.
She loved figure skating