Transition (low to high)
Daria Zgoba (UKR)
Not to be confused with the piked-Stalder shoot, where the gymnast releases the low bar and then counter-rotates to grab the high bar, in the piked-Stalder hecht, the gymnast will actually spend some time upside down. These hechts are all now worth a single letter value more than the shoot-to-high versions of the skills as of the 2017 code, but as they’re still just at C, it hasn’t exactly led to a run on the bank or many (any) gymnasts performing them.
This skill was named after Daria Zgoba when she performed it at 2006 worlds, getting it named after herself a couple years after her countrywoman Irina Yarotska got the regular Stalder version named after herself. Ukrainians and hechts. It’s a thing.