Definition: Henrich

Henrich: A balance beam skill named after U.S. gymnast Christy Henrich. The skill consists of a stag-split, split leap or jump forward with ½ turn, landing on both feet or in a one-two step-out. It can also refer to a split jump in side position with bending of rear leg backward upward that starts from a cross stand. The skill has been rated by the FIG as a C level skill and its FIG number is 2.301.

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