Any skill in which a top person is supported above the performance surface by one or more persons. A stunt is determined to be “One Leg” or “Two Leg” by the number of feet that the top person has being supported by a base(s). If the top person is not supported under any foot, then the number of legs in which the top person is supported will determine if it is a “One Leg” or a “Two Leg” stunt.

Exception: If a top person is in a non-upright position, which is not supported under any foot, then the stunt will be considered a “Two Leg” stunt.


There may be additional variations of this skill. Please send all skills to the USASF to ensure the skill you are performing is legal for the division and level in which you are competing.