Execution TUM

The maximum Execution mark per Execution judge is 10 pts for the completed pass of 8 elements. If the pass is interrupted, the maximum Execution mark is based on the number of elements completed before the interruption of the pass. The judges will add to their scores 2 points for all passes.

Judges evaluate the execution of each element in the range 0.0 to 0.5 points and the stability after completed pass, according the following indications :

a) Lack of form, control, height and rhythm in each element, between 0.1 and 0.5 pts
All deductions are added together, but they will never surpass 0.5 points per sklil.

Fault / Mistake Deduction per E judge
1. Rotation or Flying Phase
a) Body position
(position shape, etc.)
0.1-0.2 pts
b) Legs position
(bent knees, toes not pointed, legs not together, etc.)
0.1-0.2 pts
c) Arms position 0.1 pts
2. Opening or Landing Phase max 0.3 pts
a) Opening of somersault and keeping straight position (includes twisting rotation not completed at 90° (3 o’clock)) 0.1-0.3 pts
b) No Opening in somersault 0.3 pts
c) Exceptions for multiple twisting and for triple somersaults 0.2 pts
3. During the pass
a) Loss of speed 0.1-0.2 pts
b) Deviation from the axis 0.1 pts

For more details see also the Clarification for Tumbling (here) and the Drawings for Execution (here).
Resource : FIG Code of Points 2017-2020 – Part III Appendices – O. Clarification for Tumbling and Part II Guide to Judging – 2. Drawings, published on FIG website on 24 November 2016 (link).

b) Lack of stability after complete passes (8 skills)
Only one deduction for the greater fault is applied.

Fault / Mistake Deduction per E judge
1. Not standing still in an upright position and showing stability for approximately 3 (three) seconds 0.1-0.3 pts
- movement of arms while standing (ex. circle) 0.1 pts
- step(s) or bounce(s) 0.1-0.3 pts
- not standing upright 0.1 pts
- standing with feet apart or more than shoulder width 0.1 pts
- turning to the judges before being totally stabilized 0.1 pts
Please note:
The deduction is not connected to the length of the step or the bounce, but to the amount.
When a step is taken (deduction 0.1 pts), coming back with the same foot to a stable upright position is not considered to be a stepping deduction.
2. After landing, touching the track or landing zone/area with one or both hands 0.5 pts
3. After landing, touching with or falling to the knees, hands & knees, front, back or seat on the track or landing area 1.0 pt
4. Assistance from a spotter after landing 1.0 pt
5. After landing in the landing area or on the track, leaving the landing area or the track, or touching outside the landing area or touching the floor with any part of the body, or performing an additional somersault 1.0 pt

Resource : FIG Code of Points 2017-2020 – Part II Guide to Judging – 2. Drawings, published on FIG website (link).

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