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PROPOSAL: WAG COP
QUALIFICATION
Olympic Qualification
1-8: full teams (5 gymnasts, non-nominative)
Individual Qualification
Maximum 3 per Country
AA medalists+EF top 12: nominative
AA top 4-32: non-nominative (1 per country}
Continental Games:




AA medalists: nominative
EF medalists: nominative
Teams 1 – 4: 1 non-nominative

WCS (as of March 30th, Olympic year): nominative (1 per country)




Top 8 AA
Top 6 EF
Top 9+ AA

COMPETITION FORMAT
Qualification Rounds:
-

Teams: 5 up, 4 count
Olympics: Individual competition only
Worlds: Team must designate the 5 competing athletes on each event 24 hrs prior
o May come from any of the 5-9 gymnasts competing per country

Team Finals:
AA:

Worlds: 4 groups of 4 teams
Olympics: 1 group, 8 teams
Olympics and Worlds: 4 up, 4 count; team must designate the 4 gymnasts competing each event 24 hours prior
o Each of the 4 must have competed the event in qualification

-

Top 24, 2-per country; 8 Wildcards = 4 highest remaining scores + top 4 in WCS (no country limit)
1-3-5 = VT; 2-4-6 = UB; random draw for remaining
2 VTs from different groups required

-

Top 6, 2-per country; 4 Wildcards = 2 highest remaining scores + top 2 in WCS (no country limit)
Top 1-3 from prelims draw for final 5 spots

EF:

ROUTINE EVALUATION
Technical Panel:
T1, T2







Confirm all coded elements
Note all CV, SB
Note –DV
May mark elements for review
Consensus required
Neutral deductions applied

Execution:

Composition & Impression:

E1 – E5/E7

C1 – C4








7 for World and Olympic finals
Middle 3 or 5 scores averaged
Deduct in .05 increments up to -.30

Evaluate C&I components
Score most variant from mean is thrown out

Technical Panel:
2 Technical Controllers notate each element and connection in real-time; planned program outlines are submitted and entered beforehand, and each Controller affirms,
rejects, or questions whether the skill or connection has been executed to technical requirements. Unplanned skills are entered by their element #.
The computer tallies the 8 highest elements inclusive of EGR, populates CV/SB where affirmed, and notates when a CR has been met.
Confirmed skills and connections are shown to the E Panel of 5 judges in green, questioned skills are shown in yellow, and rejected ones in red, with the new value
shown of the downgrade skill or connection.
NOTATIONS

+
+
=

!
!
!

ELEMENT

<
<
+
+
=

DESCRIPTION

DV INTENDED

RESULT

FINAL DV FINAL CV/SB CR

EGR

AFB1A

Backhandspring with Stepout

D = .20

AWARDED

.20

x

ASB1C

Salto backward layout

E = .70

CONFIRMED

.70

x

AWARDED

.20

x

ASF1B

Salto forward pike

E = .70

DOWNGRADE

.50

x

ELS1C

Switch leg leap with ring

E = .70

DOWNGRADE

.50

x

ASF1B

Side Aerial

D = .50

AWARDED

.50

ASF1B

Salto backward layout with stepout

C = .30

AWARDED

.50

AWARDED

.20

EXECUTION FAULTS
Body Shape / Form
Flexed Feet
Bent Knees
Bent Elbows
Leg Separation
Back Posture
Deviation from
required shape
Dynamics
Lack of Height
Lack of Distance
Lack of Precision
Uncharacteristic
Movement
Landings
Landing Posture
Loss of Balance
Small Movement
Medium Movement
Multiple or Major
Movement
Brush of Mat

-.05

-.10

-.15

-.20

-.25

-.30

X

X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X

X

X

X

X

X
X
X
X

X
X
X

X
X
X

X
X

X
X

X
X
X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X
X

X

X

X
X

-.50

-.80

X
X

X

VAULT

Qualification:
-

For non-specialists, one (1) vault shall be executed.
If wishing to compete in AA or EF, two (2) vaults with different entries must be performed.
Score 1 will always count toward Team

Team:
-

2 teams/rotation at Olympics, 1 at Worlds.
4-up, 4-count.
One (1) vault per gymnast.

-

Groups of 8 athletes/rotation.
All athletes can complete 2 vaults prior to competition; 5-8 receive 1 additional.
Two (2) different vaults from different entries.
D score Added – VT1 deductions – VT2 deductions

-

10 athletes.
Two (2) different vaults from different entries.
D score Added – VT1 deductions – VT2 deductions

AA:

EF:

1.

Difficulty

Family
FHS
Yurchenko
FHS
TSUK
Yurchenko ½-on
FHS
Yurchenko
FHS
Yurchenko ½-on
TSUK
Yurchenko
FHS
TSUK
Yurchenko ½-on
Yurchenko ½-on
TSUK
FHS
Yurchenko
Yurchenko ½-on
FHS

Vault
Front Pike
Y 1.0
Front Pike ½
Tsuk 1.0
Podkopayeva
Front Layout
Y 1.5
Front ½ Layout
Lopez
Tsuk 1.5
Y 2.0
Front Tuck 1.5
Front Layout 1
Khorkina II
Mustafina
Tsuk 2.0
Front Layout 1.5
Y 2.5
Cheng
Double Front

D Score
6.70
6.80
6.90
6.90
7.20
7.20
7.30
7.30
7.40
7.50
7.60
7.60
7.60
7.70
7.70
7.80
7.80
7.90
8.00
8.40

UNEVEN BARS
1.

Difficulty

Element Requirements / ER
(Must count in top 8)
Release
Transition to LB
Transition to HB
Element with 360+ turn
Dismount

D-Score
Special Requirements / SR
(DV not required) = 2.0 total
Element in regular grip
Element in mixed, fwd, or el-grip
Element from stalder, toe-on, or free-hip
Straight body cast to HS
Minimum 2 bar changes

Connection Value / CV
D (flight to HB/release) + B/C
D+D
D+F
E+E

Flight + Non-Flight
.10 / .20 (180+ turn)
.10

D (flight to HB/release) + D (release)

+.10

.20
Special Bonus / SB

DV Rules
Max 2 entries for DV, 3 for CV
Max 2 roots for DV
Max 2 turns 360+ for DV
1 element with counterswing permitted
Hop Full earns .20 CV when connected to itself and/or Release
(D+)
Flight + Flight
.10
.20
.30

2.

Execution

-.05
Apparatus Deductions
Stand on bar
More than 1
counterswing
More than 3 casts
Toe-On entry with
feet touching
separately
Brush of Bar
Control
HS short
X
HS short ~10 degrees
HS short ~45 degrees
HS short 45-90
degrees
HS short 90 degrees
Loss of Rhythm
-.05
Composition & Impression
Technique
Choreography
Variety of EG’s and
X
use of both swing
and close-bar work.
Balanced
X
organization of
difficulty across
grips/directions and
throughout routine.
Continuity through
X
difficult and/or
numerous
transitions.
Performance
Fluid rhythm and
X
swing.
Few stops required
X
by a kip.
Balance of flight and
X
non-flight.
Presentation
Extended shoulders
X
in HS.

-.10

-.15

-.20

-.25

-.30

-.50

-.80

X
X
X
X

X
X
X

X

X

X
X

X
X
X

X
-.10

-.15

X
-.20

X
X
X

X

X
X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X
X

X
X

X
X

X
X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X

X
X

X
X

X
X

X
X

-.30
X
X

X

X

X
0

+.10

+.20

X
X
X

X
X
X

X
X
X

Flight elements
caught arms’ length
to allow fluid exit.
Sustained execution
from start to finish.
Overall Impression
Risk or Originality

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X
X

X
X

X
X

X
X

X
X

X
X

3.

DV
B=.20




TRABSITIONS
Straddle back to support
Toe-On Counter Hecht to
HB



DISMOUNTS
Double Salto BWD
(Tuck/Pike)

C =.30

D =.50

E =.70

F =.80

G =.90

H =1.10 / I
=1.20








Bail to support
Pak (Tuck, Straddle)
Straddle back to HS
Luo to HB
Ray to HB
Hecht to HB






Pak (Layout)
Bail to HS
Zucchold ½ to support
Shaposhnikova







Shap ½
Komova II
Ezhova (Layout)
Zucchold
Teza I, Teza II




Komova I
Bhardwaj




Seitz
Strong












2.5 Twist BWD
2 Twist FWD
Double Front (Tuck)
Double Back 360 (Tuck)
Double Back (Layout)
Close-bar Front Full
(Tuck, Pike)







Double Front ½ (Tuck)
Double Front (Pike)
2.5 Twist FWD
Close-bar Front 1.5
Arabian Double Front
(Tuck)



Arabian Double Front
(Pike)
3 Twist BWD
Double Front ½ (Pike)



Double Front
360 (Tuck)
Double Back
360 (Layout)
Double Back
540 (Tuck)






2 Twist BWD
1.5 Twist FWD
Close-bar Front
Tuck ½
Close-bar Front /
Front 1/2 (Pike)
Snap Tuck
Double Back 180



Jaeger Tuck






Jaeger (Pike, Straddle)
Gienger
Tkatchev (Straddle)
Cut-Catch from German
Giant
Hop 360 (non-release
flight)




Markelov
Close-bar Tkatchev
(Straddle)
Deltchev
Shushunova
Tkatchev from
German
Tkatchev (Pike)








Jaeger (Layout)
Close-bar Tkatchev (Pike)
Comaneci Salto
Tkatchev ½
Jaeger (Pike, Straddle) ½
Rybalko

Tweddle
Tkatchev
(Layout)






Invert Stalder 360 with
arm flair
Invert Giant 360 with arm
flair, immediate 180
(Liukin)
Stalder Pike 540













Double Back
720 (Tuck)
Double
Front 540
(Tuck)
--Double Back
720 (Layout)

RELEASES













NON-FLIGHT
Giant Swing / with 180
360 Spin at Horizontal
Swing 180 to horizontal
from release
Mixed-Grip Kip











Def
Counter-Kim
-Mo Salto
Gaylord I,II
Nabieva


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