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From the surname of Austrian skater Alois Lutz, who invented the jump.
lutz (plural lutzes)
- (figure skating) A jump in which the skater takes off from the back outside edge of one skate, rotates counterclockwise and lands on the back outside edge of the other skate.
- 2008 January 27, Pat Borzi, “In a Youth Movement, Nagasu Wins the Title”, in New York Times:
- Meissner fell three times, on two triple lutzes and a triple flip, to drop from fourth, the worst performance by a defending champion in at least 50 years.
From the surname of Australian skater Alois Lutz who invented the jump.
lutz m (plural lutz)
- lutz (jump)
lutz f (plural luses)