Originally an Australian term for a hot dog sausage (saveloy) battered and deep fried, commentary of the 2000 Olympics Men's Gymnastics by Australian comedic duo Roy & HG on "The Dream" redefined it as a move where a (male) gymnast leaps into the air, lands in a push-up position and touches his groin to the floor - thereby 'battering' his 'sav'.
See also: flat bag, hello boys, dutch wink, crazy date, party date, spinning date
.. and the russian gymnast lands the double corkscrew, now he batters the sav... yes, that was a nice battered sav, straight into the crazy date
A term coined by Australian comedic duo Roy & HG during their satirical coverage of the 2000 Sydney Olympics, a 'crazy date' refers to a move in gymnastics where the gymnast spreads his legs and, balancing on his hands, rotates his hips so that his outspread legs spiral around. The gymnast may rock from hand to hand to allow his legs to pass under his body, but they will not go above his head: that is a hello boys.
See also: flat bag, battered sav, dutch wink, spinning date, party date
From the flat bag, he raises himself into a crazy date, performs another and goes into a handstand to finish. Very nice, he should get full points for that.