FIS Tricks List

Freestyle

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Last update: 09-11-2018
Trick ID
Trick Name
Event
Trick Description
0 Spin
0 Spin
SS
The skier, approaching the jump switch takes off the jump without any rotation, coming back down to land switch.
10
1080
SS
1080º rotation, 3 full rotations
12
1260
SS
1260º rotation, 3.5 full rotations
14
1440
SS
1440º rotation, 4 full rotations
16
1620
SS
1620º rotation, 4.5 full rotations
1
180
SS
180º rotation, 1/2 of a full rotation
18
1800
SS
1800º rotation, 5 full rotations
19
1980
SS
1980º rotation, 5.5 full rotations
2
270
SS
Either spinning to their left or right, skier rotates 270º onto or off of a rail
3
360
SS
360º rotation, 1 full rotation
4
450
SS
Either spinning to their left or right, skier rotates 450º onto or off of a rail
5
540
SS
540º rotation, 1.5 full rotations
6
630
SS
Either spinning to their left or right, skier rotates 630º onto or off of a rail
7
720
SS
720º rotation, 2 full rotations
8
810
SS
Either spinning to their left or right, skier rotates 810º onto or off of a rail
9
990
SS
Either spinning to their left or right, skier rotates 990º onto or off of a rail
@
Ally Oop
SS
Slopestyle/Big Air- 
bdF
Back double Full
MO
The take-off is initiated both upwards and backwards which starts a primary rotation on the horizontal axis. An additional rotation on the vertical axis is initiated with the rotation of the upper body. The upper and lower body then extends straight. Ther
bdFdF
Back Double Full-Double Full
AE
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bdFdFF
Back Double Full-Double Full-Full
AE
--
bdFF
Back Double Full-Full
AE
--
bdFFdF
Back Double Full-Full-Double Full
AE
--
bdFFF
Back Double Full-Full-Full
AE
--
bdFT
Back Double Full-Tuck
AE
--
BF
Back Flip
SS
--
bFdF
Back Full-Double Full
AE
--
bFdFdF
Back Full-double Full-Double Full
AE
--
bFdFF
Back Full-Double Full-Full
AE
--
bFF
Back Full-Full
AE
--
bFFdF
Back Full-Full-Double Full
AE
--
bFFF
Back Full-Full-Full
AE
--
bFtFF
Back Full-Triple Full-Full
AE
--
bFT
Back Full-Tuck
AE
--
bFTF
Back Full-Tuck-Full
AE
--
bG
Back Grab
MO
--
bL
Back Lay
AE
--
bLdF
Back Lay-Double Full
AE
--
bLdFF
Back Lay-Double Full-Full
AE
--
bLF
Back Lay-Full
AE
--
bLFdF
Back Lay-Full-Double Full
AE
--
bLFF
Back Lay-Full-Full
AE
--
bLFT
Back Lay-Full-Tuck
AE
--
bLL
Back Lay-Lay
AE
--
bLPF
Back Lay-Pike-Full
AE
--
bLtFF
Back Lay-Triple Full-Full
AE
--
bLTF
Back Lay-Tuck-Full
AE
--
bLTT
Back Lay-Tuck-Tuck
AE
--
bLT
Back Lay?Tuck
AE
--
bp
Back Position
MO
--
Y
Back Scratcher
MO
The skis? tails are brought back and up to a minimum angle of 90° to the horizontal when viewed from the side, knees bent, hips forward and a slight backwards counter motion of the upper body (shoulders). Legs must be together and skis parallel.
btF
Back triple full
MO
The take-off is initiated both upwards and backwards which starts a primary rotation on the horizontal axis. An additional rotation on the vertical axis is initiated with the rotation of the upper body. The upper and lower body then extends straight. Ther
bT
Back Tuck
MO
The take-off is initiated both upwards and backwards which starts A primary rotation on the horizontal axis. The upper and lower body then extends. There is a flexion at the waist between the upper body and lower body to the tuck position. The body rotate
bx
Backside Switchup
SS
--
bs
Backslide
SS
When on a rail, skier slides with only back foot in contact with rail
Bio
Bio
SS
A Bio axis is corked forward (opposed to an off-axis trick which is corked to the back) If the forward cork gets inverted it can be sconsidered a Misty. Bios are less common than corked tricks, and can be recognized at take off when the athlete sets the trick to cork forward.
tt
Blunt
SS
See True Tail
bow
BowArrow Grab
SS
--
Brt
Britney
SS
Backside switchup continuing frontside 270 out
Continuing
SS
--
C
Cork
SS
The skier will set the trick to their backside, corking backwards but never going fully inverted. Two common examples are cork 720 and cork 900.
cos
Cosack
SS
--
cg
Critical Grab
SS
A grab on the inside edge of the ski opposite to the hand grabbing it, i.e. right hand grabs the inside edge of left ski or left hand grabs inside edge of right ski.
cu
Cuban
SS
--
gap
Disaster
SS
--
DC
Double Cork
SS
A doublecork is corked to the skiers backside and goes off-axis two separate times in the same trick. Not to be confused with a double-flip, a double cork never goes completely inverted. Examples: DubCork 1080, DubCork 1260.
DFlr
Double Flare
HP
--
DF
Double Flat Spin
SS
--
dj
Double Japan Grab
SS
--
DUf
Double Under Flip
SS
The skier takes off of the jump forwards and in one fluid motion rotates 180° into a double frontflip, landing switch.
d
Dub
SS
--
eg
Esco Grab
SS
--
fs
Fastslide/Frontslide
SS
When on a rail, skier sllides with only front foot in contact with rail
Flr
Flare
HP
--
F
Flatspin
SS
--
fdF
Front double Full
MO
--
FF
Front Flip
SS
--
fG
Front Grab
MO
--
fp
Front position
MO
--
ftF
Front triple Full
MO
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fT / fP
Front Tuck / Front Pike
MO
The takeoff is initiated both upwards and forwards which starts a primary rotation on the horizontal axis. The upper and lower body then flexes. There is a flexion at the waist between the upper body and lower body to the tuck position. The body rotates f
fx
Frontside Switchup
SS
--
G
Grab (G)
MO
--
hmg
High Mute Grab
SS
Similar to a mute grab, the grabbing hand goes across the front of the body to grab the outside edge of the opposite ski. In a high mute, the grab is held higher up the skis outside edge, closer to the nose.
hsg
High Safety Grab
SS
--
idk
Indy Truck
SS
--
it
Inside Tail
SS
Grabbing the tail of the ski on the inside edge anywhere between the heel piece and true tail of the ski
X
Iron Cross
MO
This is a combination of the back scratcher and the tip cross. The skis are crossed in a 90° angle while pointing to the ground at a 90° angle. The maneuver is held with the upper body in the neutral position until the skis are extended to the landing hil
jg
Japan Grab
SS
A grab where the skier stretches one leg out and tucks the other leg up, grabbing the ski on the tucked up leg by reaching around and behind the outstretched leg.
Kfed
K-Fed
SS
Frontside Switchup Continuing backside 270 out
Kang
Kangaroo Flip
SS
A double flatspin to switch. Dub-Flatspin 900
K
Kosak
MO
A Kosak is a combination of a Spread Eagle and a Zudnik. Arms can be held in different ways; in front, between the skis, at the side, or a competitor may grab the ski tips. Legs are simultaneously raised and spread in front and to the side of the body. Le
LzB
Lazy Boy
SS
The skier sits back on the back of their skier, over the healpieces of their bindings during the approach and takeoff, drags hand on takeoff as initiating spin
ld
Leading
SS
see Reverse
L
Leftside
SS
Skier spins to their leftside. Counter-clockwise rotation 
lip
Lipslide
SS
--
lF
Loop Full
MO
--
lG
Loop Grab
MO
--
lGF
Loop Grab Full
MO
The take-off is initiated both upwards and sideways which starts a primary rotation in the lateral axis. The upper then also starts to rotate on the secondary vertical axis, then extends into the free position with a grab. The body rotates a total of 360
lpF
Loop Position Full
MO
The take-off is initiated both upwards and sideways which starts a primary rotation in the lateral axis. The upper then also starts to rotate on the secondary vertical axis, then extends into the free position with a position. The body rotates a total of
lp
Lopp position
MO
--
mdr
Meader Grab
SS
--
Mfed
Mega-Fed
SS
Frontside switchup continuing backside 630 out
M
Misty
SS
Skier will set the trick forward and is inverted. May be performed while skiing forward or switch or off of a rail. Common examples are Misty5, Switch Misty 9, or a Misty 630 out
mg
Mute Grab
SS
Skis are crossed and the grabbing hand goes across the front of the body to grab the outside of edge of the opposite ski in front of the binding, pulling the skis into a bigger cross
NB
Nose Butter
SS
--
nsg
Nose Grab
SS
--
octo
Octo Grab
SS
--
10o
Off Axis 1080
MO
The takeoff is initiated both vertically and upwards or vertically and downwards which starts a tilted primary rotation off of the vertical axis. The upper body rotates in the direction of travel and lower body follows. Then the body flexes into the free
14o
Off Axis 1440
MO
The takeoff is initiated both vertically and upwards or vertically and downwards which starts a tilted primary rotation off of the vertical axis. The upper body rotates in the direction of travel and lower body follows. Then the body flexes into the free
3o
Off Axis 360
MO
--
7o
Off Axis 720
MO
The takeoff is initiated both vertically and upwards or vertically and downwards which starts a tilted primary rotation off of the vertical axis. The upper body rotates in the direction of travel and lower body follows. Then the body flexes into the free
A
Off Axis group A
MO
D-spin, Cork, and Loop full
B
Off Axis group B
MO
Rodeo, Flat spin
op
Opposite
SS
see Reverse
Orb
Orbital
SS
--
p
Position (p)
MO
--
Pre
Pre Grab
SS
The skier grabbing any portion of their ski on the approach and/or takeoff, before leaving the ground
pz
Pretzel
SS
--
Q
Quad
SS
--
QC
Quad Cork
SS
In the same style as a triple cork, a quad cork is set to the skiers backside and goes off axis three separate times in the same trick, but never goes completely inverted.
rv
Reverse
SS
--
R
Righside
SS
Skier spins to their rightside. Clockwise rotation 
Rd
Rodeo
SS
--
sg
Safety Grab
SS
The grabbing hand goes straight down to grab the same-side ski underneath or in front of the ski boot.
sbt
Seatbelt Grab
SS
--
snip
Sniper Tap
SS
--
S
Spread Eager
MO
After take-off the outstretched arms and legs are extended out to the sides away from the body. The legs should be spread to form a minimal angle of 90° when viewed from the front. The skis should be parallel to each other (tails and tips equally spread)
stl
Stalefish
SS
--
stl-jp
Stalefish Japan
SS
--
stink
Stink Bug
SS
--
Sfed
Super-Fed
SS
Frontside Switchup Continuing backside 450 out
Sw
Switch
SS
Approacing a feature skiing backwards, or landing backwards
SwL
Switch Leftside
SS
Skier apporaches switch, spins to their leftside. Counter-clockwise rotation 
SwR
Switch Rightside
SS
Skier apporaches switch, spins to their rightside. Counter-clockwise rotation 
SwAir
Switch Straight Air
HP
The skier, approaching the wall of the halfpipe switch, looking over their uphill shoulder, takes off the wall of the pipe initiatating a downhill 90º, landing back on the halfpipe wall switch
TB
Tail Butter
SS
--
tg
Tail Grab
SS
Grabbing the tail of the ski on the outside edge anywhere between the heel piece and true tail of the ski
tls
Tails Over
SS
--
tp
Tap
SS
--
TC
Tripple Cork
SS
In the same style as a double cork, a tripple cork is set to the skiers backside and goes off axis three separate times in the same trick, but never goes completely inverted.
trk
Truck Driver
SS
A grab where the skier will grab the front outside edge of each skis with both hands. Best preformed with straight legs.
T
Twister
MO
The skis are twisted a minimum of 90° to the fall line. The skis should remain parallel to each other, together and 90° to the body. The hands and arms may move to counter the twisting of the skis.
Uf
Under Flip
SS
The skier takes off of the jump forwards and in one fluid motion rotates 180° into a frontflip, landing switch.
Z
Zudnick
MO
A Nordic type jump in which the upper body is bent roughly 90° at the waist by bringing the upper body forward and down and the lower body forward and up. The toes rise up towards and in the vicinity of the competitor's chin. The skis should remain close