Hi--I posted this question in the wrong forum originally.
Are the Toe-Wally and the Toe-Loop considered 2 separate jumps officially? From what I understand, they both pick with the same foot, but the toe-wally uses an inside edge on the skating foot, and the toe-loop uses and outside edge on the skating foot.
Really, the distinction between these two jumps is very similar to the difference between the flip and the Lutz (each of these jumps pick with the same foot, but use different edges for the skating foot (inside for the flip and outside for the Lutz).
If the flip and Lutz are considered 2 separate jumps, why aren't the toe-wally and the toe-loop? You never hear about a toe-wally anymore--it's like some crazy old aunt that they have locked in the attic.
It seems that if the flip is considered a separate jump from the Lutz, the toe-wally should also be considered a separate jump from the toe-loop. Any comments?