High Bar - Deduction early entry

Article 15.3 Specific Deductions for Horizontal Bar
E Jury:
Entry angle deviation from handstand in Endos, Stalders, Weilers and Adler.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Differents deductions
  • 2/ Examples

Chapters To Come

High Bar - Bent knees during swing actions

Article 15.3 Specific Deductions for Horizontal Bar - E Jury

To 60° = 0.1
Over 60° = 0.3

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Differentes deductions
  • 2/ Examples

Chapters To Come

High Bar - Angular Deviation: Adler

Adler - Elements trough handstand with and without turn.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Definition
  • 2/ Differents deviations

Chapters To Come

Parallel Bars - During swing element which pass through or end in handstand

During swing elements which pass through or end in handstand (see additional rule Art. 15.2 for Horizontal Bar), deviations from the correct position will be penalized as follows:
up to 15º No deduction.
>15° to 30º Small error.
>30° to 45º Medium error.
> 45º Large error and non-recognition (D jury).

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Differents deviations
  • 2/ Examples

Chapters To Come

High Bar - Angular Deviation

Deviation in swings to or through handstand, including any kind of turns.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ diagram
  • 2/ Examples

Chapters To Come

Non Recognition of Strength Presses.

Non Recognition of diiferent elements with Strength Presses.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Press support scale
  • 2/ Press Swallow
  • 3/ Press Cross inverted

Chapters To Come

Swing to inverted cross

Explanation of differents deduction about swing to inverted cross with entry position and hold position

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Differents angular deviavtion
  • 2/ Deduction for swing to inverted cross

Chapters To Come

Non Recognition of Swing to Strength

If the entry position is more than 45°, the swing strength will not be recognised but the strength can be recognised (GRP II) if it is less than 45°.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Swing to cross
  • 2/ Swing to Swallow

Chapters To Come

Dismount handstand with strength and bend arm

Article 11.2.1g

In flair or circle to handstand dismounts, execution deductions for hesitation,strength, bent arms, lowering of the hips, and unsteadiness must be considered on the rise to the handstand.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/Dismount handstand with strength
  • 2/Dismount with bend arm

Chapters To Come

D Jury : Tipelt NR

Stopping at L-sit = Non-Recognition

Covered Chapters

  • Tipelt NR

Chapters To Come

Kip with bent legs after Bhavsar or similar element

Article 14.3

After Bhavsar or similar horizontal regrasping elements to hang glide kip with bent legs

Covered Chapters

  • Different elements with bent legs

Chapters To Come

Healy, Makuts: Non Recognition

If the landing with flexion of the arms > 90° then the element will not be recognized

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Non Recognition

Chapters To Come

Bhavsar, body position on regrasping

If the gymnast regrasps with a body position of more than 45° from horizontal and/or a 90° angle in the shoulder, no value will be given and a single large deduction will be taken.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Deduction

Chapters To Come

Uncontrolled regrasping after saltos

Article 14.3 Specific Deductions for Parallel Bars:

Uncontrolled regrasping after saltos (0.3 or 0.5).

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Salto 3/4

Chapters To Come

Layaways, empty and intermediate swings

Article 9.3.2c)
Layaways, empty and intermediate swings (medium or large error = 0,3 or 0,5 by the E-jury):

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Layaways
  • 2/ Empty
  • 3/ Intermediate swings

Chapters To Come

NL #37 : Diamidov +Healy

Regarding Article 14.2.2. 3.
Additional information and regulations: b) Special rule: Elements to one bar in cross support have the same value as done to two bars, except they increase by one value more when connected to Healy type elements (each Healy element also increases by one value)

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Diamidov + Healy
  • 2 Diamidov 5/4 + Healy

Chapters To Come

NL #37 : Handstand dismount

Article 11.2.1 Information about Exercise Presentation
3. Additional execution, technical and exercise construction expectations are:
i) A simple handstand dismount must cross the horse in order to be recognized.

Article 11.2.2 Information about the “D score”
2. Additional information and regulations:
c) Handstand
c.5) … However, if there is a large error, no recognition will be given for the handstand or dismount. In this example the gymnast crosses the body of the horse, then during upgrade attempt (turn/travel in handstand) made a large error and therefore will receive no upgrade, but will still receive a C value dismount.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Dismount error 180°
  • 2/ 1/ Dismount error 270°

Chapters To Come

Pause/Stop during Makuts type elements

Article 14.2.2
3. e)

How to evaluate Makuts type elements with a pause or stop during the first part of the element

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Pause
  • 2/ Stop

Chapters To Come

Excessive hand separation and/or body deviation

Article 14.3

Elements Chiarlo type, excessive hand separation and/or body deviation (each).

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Hand separation
  • 2/ Deviation

Chapters To Come

Lack of extension at horizontal regrasping after saltos

Article 14.3:

Lack of extension at horizontal regrasping after saltos

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Salto Backward
  • 2/ Salto Forward
  • 3/ Examples

Chapters To Come

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