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Olympian Jason Brown Breaks Down Figure Skating's Six Jumps
Olympian Jason Brown Breaks Down Figure Skating's Six Jumps
Olympian Jason Brown Breaks Down Figure Skating's Six Jumps

Olympian Jason Brown Breaks Down Figure Skating's Six Jumps - Wall Street Journal

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Figure skater Jason Brown demonstrates and explains the differences between the six jumps in every skater’s arsenal. Photo: Adam Falk/The Wall Street Journal


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