A straddle, or straddled pike is a variant of a pike with arms and legs spread wide and is only recognised as a move as a shaped jump and not in any somersault moves. Rotation is performed about the body's longitudinal and lateral axes, producing twists and somersaults respectively.
Recorders Competition Marshall Once a competition group has finished the Chair of Judges or Competition Marshall will call the next group of competitors to warm-up.
During this time, the length of which will depend on the number of competitors, performers are allowed to try either of the two trampolines allocated to a panel and are expected to warm up both set and voluntary routines as they need. Each warm-up go should only be long enough to complete a routine after some preliminary bounces plus possibly enough time to repeat a single skill that caused a problem — any additional time ought to be an exception and abuse of this can result in deductions being made to the performers score.
They will normally start by sitting the performers down in their competition order, thereby verifying that they are indeed all present, and briefing everybody on the importance of listening for their name and ensuring that they have spotters available when they go to either warm-up or compete.
As well as the preliminary warm-ups each competitor normally has one further 'one touch' warm-up before competing in which they can elect to do either a set or voluntary routine most competitions now Trampolining officials groups quite small and large groups will be split up into 'flights' in order to facilitate this.
During the warm-up phase all competitors ought to be spotting when not warming-up. Spotters ought to be tall enough to see the trampoline clearly, have been instructed on rudimentary safety issues and be at least a similar size as those competing — they can be colleagues or team-mates of those performing.
In order to ensure the fairness of judging the Chair of Judges should organise some test judging during the latter phases of warm-ups and use those results to help the judges align their scores more readily. They may also explain some decisions to the performer where they might be unexpected or likely to cause upset.
If any other judge is performing poorly Trampolining officials Chair of Judges can direct them to change how they are marking or ask them to leave the judging panel — any judge regularly more than 0.
Some specific examples of the rules that the Chair of Judges would be expected to monitor are: That the performer does not take excessive time before starting their routine; All landings are safe and, in the case of foot landings, not on one foot; That, in the event of an invalid landing or unsafe move, all moves including that landing e.
At the end of the competition group their final responsibility is to check and sign-off the Recorder Sheets and ensure they are passed to the competition organiser. At most regional competitions the tariff judges are the ones whose scores appear inexplicable to those new to competition since they are never in the same ballpark as those of the form judges.
Form Judges Five 'form' judges score execution.
They start with a theoretically perfect score of 10 points 1 whole point for each move and deduct points for faults in the routine. The highest and lowest scores are discarded, and the middle three scores are added for a possible maximum of 30 points.
It is quite normal for scores to vary by up to 1 whole mark highest to lowest occasionally although tighter marking than that is, of course, preferred. The form judges score all rounds of competition. A guide to how the deductions are made for form are shown in the deductions section.
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They will do this by allocating each of the 10 moves also known as contacts a score deduction of between 0 perfect to 0. Once they have marked all 10 contacts they will then add them up and deduct the total from Once any deductions are taken into account the Form Judges will then be asked to raise their scorecards for the Chair to read out for the benefit of the Recorders who will use the mid-three scores in calculating the performers actual score.
During the Compulsory or Set round they will check that each move is as prescribed and, if the performer varies from the set routine, to advise the Chair of Judges of the error — the Chair will then instruct the Form Judges as to what deductions to make.
During the voluntary round, however, the Tariff Judges need to calculate the difficulty of each move as it occurs ascribing 0.
Repeated moves, however, have no difficulty allocated at all. During the voluntary round the tariff judges will also raise a score card for the Chair to read out after first confirming that both have the same score if there are two, and, if not, analysing their marks for error; this score will depend on the grade of the performer and can vary from as low as 0.
For grades D and above performers are required to provide a Tariff Sheet signed by a suitably qualified coach to the Tariff Judges to use as a guide - the tariff sheet will list both set and voluntary routines. The individual score is calculated by taking the 5 scores and then adding up the three mid-scores i.
Figure 2 - An example of a recording sheet In some competitions there will be a computer recorder as well as a manual recorder - the results from these are intended to be calculated separately and then compared after each sum has been completed to guard against errors; the manual recorder also protects against a computer crash.
As at BG dictates that the tie-break is determined by the following precedence: Performer with highest voluntary round score; Performer with highest form scores in voluntary or final round; Performer with highest form scores all 5 judges' scores counting in voluntary round; Performer with highest form scores 4 highest judges' scores counting in voluntary or final round; Performer with highest form scores 3 highest judges' scores counting in voluntary or final round; Again, in the event of a tie there are detailed tie-break rules that are applied iteratively until a clear decision is arrived at.
BG rules break ties in the following precedence: The team with the highest sum of the 3 highest total scores of the voluntary; The team with the highest sum of the 2 highest total scores of the voluntary; The team with the highest total score of one of the voluntaries.To run effectively, a trampoline competition requires a substantial organisation activity including officials, equipment, safety mats and a host of other things easily forgotten.
This document identifies the roles and activities involved in a competition and provides some useful points of reference.
Per Panel Officials. Chair of Judges; 5 x Execution (Form) Judges; 1 x Tariff Judge (if a panel is running groups that need a tariff) 1 x Computer Recorder; 1 x Manual Recorder; 1 x Marshall; Who provides the officials? The clubs that enter the competition have to.
The more entries that a club makes the more officials they have to provide. Competition Roles. All competitions require volunteers to undertake a range of official tasks, each competition entry form requires a number to be provided depending on the size of entry.
Unit 6 Practical Sport Task 4 Roles and Responsibilities of Officials in Trampolining Two main officials in trampolining are the Form judges and the Tariff judges.
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