High Bar - Elements Group

Details and explanation about differents Parallele Bars elements Group

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Jury D: Value of EG
  • 2/ Example of EG

HIGH BAR - Legs Faults

Legs Faults

Covered Chapters

  • 1/Apart

HIGH BAR - Catch elements

Release and catch elements

Covered Chapters

  • 1/Bent arms

HIGH BAR - Landings with twist

Landings with twist

Covered Chapters

  • 1/Dismount with twists

High Bar - Angular Deviation

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

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ diagram
  • 2/ Examples

High Bar - Angular Deviation: Adler

Adler - Elements trough handstand with and without turn.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Definition
  • 2/ Differents deviations

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

High Bar - Entry for Adler elements

Article 15.2.1 Information about Exercise Presentation

f) For all Adler elements it is not required to enter from a handstand position.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Adler entry

High Bar - Endo, Stalder, Weiler and Adler must continue over the bar

Article 15.2.2 Information about the D score

16) Endo, Stalder, Weiler and Adler Elements for recognition these elements must continue over the bar in the intended direction.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Differents elements

High Bar - Quast

Criteria for a Quast:

- Visible flight
- Rotation during flight
- Rotation finished and regrasp both hands within 15° from handstand
- All parts of body stretched
- No hollow back

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Differentes penalities on Quast

High Bar - Yamawaki

Article 15.2.2 Information about the D score

9) The Yamawaki element must be straight when passing through a vertical body position over the bar for no deductions. An excessive pike or a poor vertical position over the bar will be deducted and could also lead to recognition of a B value flight element.

Covered Chapters

  • Yamawaki

HB- Zou Li Min

Article 15.2.2 Information about the D score

"A Zou Li Min executed with insufficient turning (greater than 90° deviation on first full twist) will not be recognized by the D-jury and receive a -0.5 deduction by the E-jury. This element may not be devalued to a Giant Swing Fwd. with one arm in undergrip (B value)."
One arm giant swing fwd. with 1/1 t. to el-grip and 1/1 t. to undergrip (Zou Li Min, Element I.27) cannot be combined with any other element for an increase in value.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Different deduction on Zou Li Min

HB- Tkatchev straight

Article 15.2.2 Information about the D score:

17/ The element must be performed with a straight body throughout the element until regrasping the bar. If the gymnast bends his body greater than 45° before passing over the bar, it will be recognized as a Tkatchev pike = C-value. If the gymnast bends his body after passing over the bar he will receive the D value, but would receive appropriate execution deductions.

Covered Chapters

  • 1/ Body position over the bar
  • 2/ Body position after passing over the bar

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