Definition: Miller

Miller: An uneven bar skill named after Shannon Miller. It consists of a cast to handstand, with a 1 ½ turn after the handstand to a mixed-L grip. The skill has been rated by the FIG as a D level skill and the FIG number is 2.401.

Miller: Another skill named for U. S. gymnast Shannon Miller, this one on the balance beam. It consists of a back dive with a quarter twist to a handstand, followed by a half pirouette.

Miller: Originally a trampoline skill first done in the 60’s by Trampoline World champion Wayne Miller from the U.S. This triple twisting double layout is one of the hardest elements any tumbler can do. Male and female gymnasts are now doing them on trampoline, tumble tramps, rod floors and regulation floor exercise mats.

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