Definition: Ray

Ray: An uneven bar skill named after U.S. gymnast Elise Ray. The skill is performed facing inward and is a stalder backward with release and counter movement forward to catch the high bar. The skill has been rated as a C level skill by the F.I.G. and its F.I.G. number is 6.305.

Ray: An uneven bar skill named after U.S. gymnast Elise Ray. The skill is performed from a handstand on the high bar to a pike sole circle backward into a backward counter straddle-reverse hecht (toe shoot to reverse hecht) over over the high bar and a recatch. The skill has been rated as a D level skill by the F.I.G. and its F.I.G. number is 7.411.

Ray: An double twisting double layout uneven bar dismount named after U.S. gymnast Elise Ray. The skill is performed facing inward and is a stalder backward with release and counter movement forward to catch the high bar. The skill has been rated as a Super E level skill by the F.I.G. and its F.I.G. number is 8.605.

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