At the 1986 European Figure Skating Championships, in front of a very enthusiastic audience and millions of television viewers, Czechslovakian figure skater, Jozef Sabovcik, landed what was considered the first quadruple jump. He thought it was a quad, and so did the audience, judges and television commentators, but the International Skating Union
decided it was not a true quad since his free leg
scraped the ice as he landed
the jump. This video shows that historical moment. Did Sabovcik do a clean quad?