So many women have problems rotating jumps these days, and it was not nearly as big a problem in the 1990's when the ladies were doing the same jumps. It seems a lot of the women skate slower because they have to do transitions and can't simply stroke into jumps to gain speed. With these slow entrances into jumps they can rotate them 1/4 to 1/2 turn short and can stay on their feet, whereas if they skated fast into jumps they would probably fall because they couldn't get their blade backwards fast enough. Maybe I'm wrong, but are there other explanations as to how ladies can severely UR their jumps and still remain upright?