High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Ice dancing is a form
of figure skating which draws from the world of ballroom dancing.
It was first competed at the World Figure Skating Championships in
1952, but did not become a Winter Olympic Games medal sport until
1976. As in pair skating, dancers compete as a couple consisting of
a man and a woman. Ice dance differs from pair skating by having
different requirements for lifts, requiring spins to be performed
as a team in a dance hold, and by disallowing throws and jumps.
Typically, partners are not supposed to separate by more than two
arm lengths; originally, partners were supposed to be in a dance
hold the entire program, though this restriction has been lifted
somewhat in modern ice dancing.
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