The skater spins on one leg with the free leg extended in the air, parallel to the ice.
A spin on one leg with the non-skating or free leg extended parallel to the ice and the upper body pitched forward, arms extended.
A spin in which the skating leg is straight, the free leg is held straight and generally parallel to the ice with the free foot higher than the hip, and the torso generally parallel to the ice with the back arched.
a spin on one leg with the free leg and upper body extended and parallel to the ice, arm extended upward
Also known as a "parallel spin", the Camel is performed by the skater in an arabesque position with one leg lifted parallel to the ice. The name reflects the humped position often displayed by novices when learning the move.
A camel spin, also known in Europe as a parallel spin, is a spin move done in figure skating. It is performed on a fully extended or slightly bent skating leg, with the free leg extended in the air in an arabesque position parallel to the ice as the skater spins.