The toe loop is one of the simplest jumps in Figure skating. It is usually the second jump learned after the salchow. It is a toe pick-assisted jump that takes off and lands on the same backward outside edge. Today, many elite-level male skaters perform quadruple toe loops as a regular part of their repertoire, but as of yet, no female skater has been credited with landing one successfully in competition.
Usage note Edit
In skating parlance, a toe loop jump is often referred to simply as a toe; for example, double toe, triple toe.
In British English, this jump is sometimes called a cherry flip, but a toe loop is not the same as a Flip jump.