Judging Exam

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What is the deduction for... an absence of harmony between music and movement at the end of an exercise?
0.5
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What is the deduction for... an absences of harmony between music and movement at the end of an exercise caused by loss of apparatus?
0.3 + the deduction of the drop
2 of 80
What is the deduction for... not finishing a movement?
0.1
3 of 80
What is the deduction for... adjusting position on the floor, such as a shuffle or turning around.
0.1
4 of 80
What is the deduction for... bent knees, floppy feet, raised shoulders and lack of relevee?
0.1 *This can only accumulate to 1.0 per move*
5 of 80
What is the deduction for... loss of balance without moving off of the spot?
0.1
6 of 80
What is the deduction for... loss of balance with moving off of the spot?
0.3
7 of 80
What is the deduction for... loss of balance with support from hands or apparatus?
0.5
8 of 80
What is the deduction for... falling from a balance?
0.7
9 of 80
What is the deduction for... gymnast being static whilst not in contact with apparatus, such as in a throw or roll?
0.3
10 of 80
What is the deduction for... a move that lacks amplitude?
0.1
11 of 80
What is the deduction for... landing heavily from a leap or jump?
0.1
12 of 80
What is the deduction for... the axis of the body not being vertical and ending with one step in a rotation?
0.3
13 of 80
What is the deduction for... an interruption, such as a hop, in a rotation?
0.3
14 of 80
What is the deduction for... sliding during a rotation?
0.1
15 of 80
What is the deduction for... a heavy landing from an acrobatic skill?
0.1
16 of 80
What is the deduction for... incorrect technique during an acrobatic skill?
0.1
17 of 80
What is the deduction for... an unauthorised acrobatic skill?
0.3
18 of 80
What is the deduction for... an authorised acrobatic skill performed with unauthorised technique?
0.3
19 of 80
What is the deduction for... loss of apparatus but retrieved without gymnast moving?
0.3
20 of 80
What is the deduction for...loss of apparatus and retrieval after 1 - 2 steps?
0.5
21 of 80
What is the deduction for... loss of apparatus and retrieval after 3+ steps?
0.7
22 of 80
What is the deduction for... loss of apparatus outside of the floor area (regardless of steps taken)?
0.7
23 of 80
What is the deduction for... loss of apparatus and ending exercise with no contact?
0.7
24 of 80
What is the deduction for... apparatus breaking at the end of exercise?
0.7
25 of 80
What is the deduction for... two clubs being dropped. The first club gymnast picks up without moving. The second the gymnast takes two steps to retrieve.
0.5 *Deduction is based on the retrieval of the furthest club*
26 of 80
What is the deduction for... imprecise trajectory catching in flight with 1 - 2 steps?
0.1
27 of 80
What is the deduction for... imprecise trajectory catching in flight with 3+ steps?
0.3
28 of 80
What is the deduction for... an incorrect catch or catching with help from body?
0.1
29 of 80
What is the deduction for... the apparatus being static?
0.3
30 of 80
What is the deduction for... apparatus not being handled from both hands throughout exercise?
0.3 *This is only for ball, hoop and ribbon. Must be a 50/50 split between L and R*
31 of 80
What is the deduction for... incorrect handling of apparatus?
0.1 *Can deduct 0.1 per element and up to 1.0 through out whole exercise*
32 of 80
What is the deduction for... loss of one end of rope with a short stop in exercise?
0.1
33 of 80
What is the deduction for... feet being caught in the rope during jumps or hops?
0.1
34 of 80
What is the deduction for... getting a knot in the rope?
0.1
35 of 80
What is the deduction for... the rope wrapping around body involuntary?
0.3
36 of 80
What is the deduction for... an irregular rotation of the hoop on vertical axis?
0.1
37 of 80
What is the deduction for... an incorrect hoop roll with a bounce?
0.1
38 of 80
What is the deduction for... incomplete or involuntary roll over body with hoop?
0.1
39 of 80
What is the deduction for... the hoop sliding on arm during rotaion?
0.1
40 of 80
What is the deduction for... feet getting caught on hoop when passing through it?
0.1
41 of 80
What is the deduction for... catching the hoop with contact of forearm?
0.1
42 of 80
What is the deduction for... catching the hoop with contact of the arm?
0.3
43 of 80
What is the deduction for... an incorrect ball roll with a bounce?
0.1
44 of 80
What is the deduction for... an incomplete or involuntary roll over the body with ball?
0.1
45 of 80
What is the deduction for... an involuntary catch of the ball with both hands?
0.1
46 of 80
What is the deduction for... irregular movements or interruption of the movement during small circles or mills with clubs?
0.1
47 of 80
What is the deduction for... having arms too far apart during mills with clubs?
0.1
48 of 80
What is the deduction for... an alteration of synchronisation in the rotation of the two clubs during a throw or catch?
0.1
49 of 80
What is the deduction for... an alteration in pattern formed by the ribbon?
0.1 *Can accumulate up to 1.0*
50 of 80
What is the deduction for... snakes or waves with the ribbon not being tight enough or having the same amplitude?
0.1 *Can accumulate up to 1.0*
51 of 80
What is the deduction for... the end of the ribbon staying on the floor?
0.1
52 of 80
What is the deduction for... having a knot in the ribbon without it interrupting the exercise?
0.1
53 of 80
What is the deduction for... having a knot in the ribbon and it interrupting the exercise?
0.3
54 of 80
What is the deduction for... the ribbon involuntary wrapping around the body and interrupting the exercise?
0.3
55 of 80
How many difficulty judges are there?
4. +2 references judges for Worlds/Olympics
56 of 80
How is the difficulty juries score calculated?
(by addition) average of the 2 middle scores
57 of 80
How many execution judges are there?
4-5. 5 +2 reference judges for Worlds/Olympics
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How is the execution score calculated?
(by deduction) with 5 judges the average of the 3 middle scores, with 4 judges the average of the 2 middle scores.
59 of 80
What does the coordinator judge do?
Applies penalties that are listed in the annex of the Code of Points
60 of 80
How many line judges are there and where do they sit?
2, opposite corners of the floor.
61 of 80
How many time judges are there and what do they do?
1 for each panel of judges, they time routines with a stopwatch.
62 of 80
How is a routines score calculated?
D score + E score LESS penalties taken by coord judge = TOTAL SCORE
63 of 80
Four facts about the international competitions?
1) A neutral judge assumes duties of the Superior Jury. 2) A high % of judges from the organising country will not count for the judges evaluation. 3) Before comp the Technical committee will meet to inform judges about the judging organisation.
64 of 80
Can judges leave an internation competition?
No, judges must attend entire competition
65 of 80
What penalty is given for short or long routines?
0.05 for every missing or additional second
66 of 80
When can a gymnast repeat an exercise?
When there is a force major fault eg. power shut down
67 of 80
What happens if the incorrect music is played?
The gymnast is responsible for stopping the exercise immediately.
68 of 80
How must music be presented?
On a CD, with name, countries 3 letters, app symbol, length of music, name of composer
69 of 80
What is the penalty for incorected presentaion of music?
0.5
70 of 80
/What is the penalty for gymnast or apparatus touching the ground outside of the floor area
0.3 every time
71 of 80
What is the penalty for a gymnast changing or performing on the wrong floor?
0.3
72 of 80
What is the penalty for non-conforming apparatus?
0.5
73 of 80
What is the penalty for a gymnast using additionl apparatus that was not provided by competion organisers?
0.5
74 of 80
What is the penalty if someone hands a gymnast back their apparatus?
0.5
75 of 80
What is the penalty if the apparatus falls but does not leave the floor area?
0.5
76 of 80
What is the penalty for non-conforming dress of the gymnast?
0.3
77 of 80
What is the penalty for early or late entry to the floor, or delay in getting into start position?
0.5
78 of 80
What is the penalty if the coach communicates with the gymnast?
0.5
79 of 80
What is the penalty for gymnast entering in wrong order or using incorrect apparatus?
1.0
80 of 80

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What is the deduction for... an absences of harmony between music and movement at the end of an exercise caused by loss of apparatus?

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0.3 + the deduction of the drop

Card 3

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What is the deduction for... not finishing a movement?

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Card 4

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What is the deduction for... adjusting position on the floor, such as a shuffle or turning around.

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

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What is the deduction for... bent knees, floppy feet, raised shoulders and lack of relevee?

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