English Acrobatic (TRAMPOLINE) CLUB JUDGE COURSE.


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English GYMNASTICS (TRAMPOLINE) CLUB JUDGE COURSE

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FIRST DAY 9:30 Registration & Agenda Overview 30 min. 10am Safety, Hygiene & Comfort 15 min. 10:15 Introduction to Judging 45 min. 11:00 Break 15 min. 11:15 Competition Structure & Procedures 30 min. 11:45 Recording at Competitions 30 min. 12:15 Form Judging: - Theory 45 min. 1pm Lunch 60 min. 2pm Questions & Answers 15 min. 2:15 Relevant Competition Rules 45 min. 3pm Break 15 min. 3:15 Form Judging: - Practical 60 min. 4:15 Wrap Up & Kaisen 15 min. 4:30

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SECOND DAY 9:30 Questions & Answers 45 min. 10:15 Examination Overview 30 min. 10:45 Break 15 min. 11:00 Theory Revision 60 min. 12noon Practical Form Judging Revision 60 min. 1pm Lunch 60 min. 2pm Questions & Answers 15 min. 2:15 Theory Examination 45 min. 3pm Break 15 min. 3:15 Form Judging Examination 60 min. 4:15 Wrap Up & Kaisen 15 min. 4:30

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REGISTRATION BRITISH GYMNASTICS Ford Hall, Lilleshall National Sports Center, Newport, Shropshire, TF10 9NB MEMBERSHIP TO THE BRITISH GYMNASTICS ALL RENEWALS are at full rate: j oint£52.00 Ful1£36.00 Associate £9.50 consistently. NAME OF CLUB: NAME OF REGION: _ DATE OF BIRTH: MAIDEN NAME: TELEPHONE NO. (INC CODE) WORK: HOME: FAX/MOBILE: and so on et and so on OFFICE USE ONLY AMOUNT RECEIVED DATE RECEIVED CODE: REGIONAL CODE :

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SAFETY, HYGIENE & COMFORT

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INTRODUCTION TO JUDGING OR ???

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British Championships, Sheffield, eighth July \'00 http://www.MinistryOfAir.com

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Judging Scheme

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Judging Scheme British Gymnastics Ford Hall, Lilleshall National Sports Center, Newport, Shropshire TF10 9NB

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CLUB JUDGE Overview The Club Judge Award is the section level into the BG (Trampoline) Judging plan and is interested in any individual from BG who is keen on judging and rivalries. Directions Minimum Age 15 BG Membership is required Course span (least): 12 hours.

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CLUB JUDGE Syllabus Competition Structure & Procedures Recording of Individual & Team rivalries Form Judging Relevant Competition Rules. Examination Theory Paper: 10 Questions covering the syllabus. Length 30 minutes. Pass mark 60%. Viable Examination Form Judge 5 schedules beneath 3.0 trouble. Pass mark 60%. Course Tutor Terry Williams: National Judge

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JUDGING JUDGE\'S CODE OF PRACTICE Expectations Judges are relied upon to: Arrive arranged and in great time. Prompt the opposition coordinator in the event that they can\'t satisfy any of their duties. Act considerately at all times. Forgo liquor misuse both before and amid the opposition. Be set up at the predefined time(s). Judge fairly. Focus on the errand they have been relegated. Complete the Judge participation structure. Be strong of British Gymnastics.

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JUDGING JUDGE\'S CODE OF PRACTICE Uniform Navy Blue Blazer White Blouse/Shirt & BG tie Gray Skirt/Trousers Black Shoes Judges are delegates of British Gymnastics and are in this manner anticipated that would keep up elevated expectations.

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DUTIES OF THE JUDGES FOR EXECUTION Evaluate the execution in the extent 0.0 to 1.0 focuses and record their conclusions on the reasoning sheets. Subtract their conclusions from the most extreme imprint demonstrated by the Chair of Judges board.

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DUTIES OF THE JUDGES FOR EXECUTION Deductions for execution (absence of structure, consistency of stature and control in every ability) are in the extent 0.0 to 0.5 focuses. Findings for absence of security on or after the keep going ability: EITHER arriving on both feet however inadequate with regards to steadiness and not stopping for 3 seconds, in the reach 0.1 to 0.2 focuses OR in the scope of 0.3 to 1.0 focuses on the direction of the Chair of Judges board Additional conclusions for encroachment of different guidelines (likewise on the guideline of the Chair of Judges board) in the extent 0.1 to 1.0 focuses.

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FIRST DAY 9:30 Registration & Agenda Overview 30 min. 10am Safety, Hygiene & Comfort 15 min. 10:15 Introduction to Judging 45 min. 11:00 Break 15 min. 11:15 Competition Structure & Procedures 30 min. 11:45 Recording at Competitions 30 min. 12:15 Form Judging: - Theory 45 min. 1pm Lunch 60 min. 2pm Questions & Answers 15 min. 2:15 Relevant Competition Rules 45 min. 3pm Break 15 min. 3:15 Form Judging: - Practical 60 min. 4:15 Wrap Up & Kaisen 15 min. 4:30

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COMPETITION STRUCTURE & PROCEDURES

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2001 British Championships. The National Indoor Arena, Birmingham http://www.MinistryOfAir.com

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Grade 1 Littledown twentieth May \'00 http://www.MinistryOfAir.com

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COMPETITON STRUCTURE Grade 7 Novice Level Competition Grade 6,5 Zonal Schools National Schools Championships Divisional Schools Grade 4,3 Grade 2 National Grade 2 Championships Grade 1 National Synchronized Championships National Grade 1 Championships

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COMPETITION JURY Chair of Judges board Execution Judges Difficulty Judges Synchronization Judges Assistant Judges If a Judge neglects to complete his obligations in an acceptable way he should be supplanted. This choice is made by the Arbitration Jury upon the suggestion of the Chair of Judges board.

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ARBITRATION JURY 2 Members of the Organizing Committee; The Chair of Judges board of the occasion included; 2 Judges of the occasion included. The sythesis of the Arbitration Jury must be announced before the begin of the opposition by the Competition Director. The Chair of Judges board is President of the Arbitration Jury and has a making choice in case of ties. The Arbitration Jury will choose about the substitution of a Judge.

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS

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Gillingham http://www.MinistryOfAir.com

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS If any of the Judges for Execution or Synchronization neglect to demonstrate their imprints when motioned by the Chair of Judges board, the normal of alternate imprints will be taken for the missing mark(s). All scores will be adjusted to 2 decimal spots. 4 Mark Total = 32.5; 32.5/4 = 8.125 Missing Mark = 8.13 E.g. 7.9 n/a 8.2 8.1 8.3 8.13

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS In the Individual rivalry the most noteworthy and least signs of the five Execution Judges are erased. The three outstanding imprints are included to give the score for execution. E.g. 7.8 8.3 7.9 8.2 7.7 Total Mark = 23.9

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS In Individual Competition Voluntary schedules the trouble score is added to the execution score. E.g. Form 7.2 7.4 7.6 7.1 7.5 =22.1 Tariff (or Difficulty) 3.4 Total Mark =25.5

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS Synchronized Competitions Jason Holland Mid-Season Synchro Champions Graham Williams Cardiff, Wales 2001 http://www.MinistryOfAir.com

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS In the Synchronized Competitions the most elevated and least characteristics of the four Execution Judges are erased. The two staying center imprints are included to give the score for execution. E.g. (Trampoline No. 1) 8.6 8.4 (Trampoline No. 2) 7.2 7.2 Total Execution Mark = 8.4 + 7.2 = 15.6

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS The most elevated and least signs of the Synchronization Judges are erased. The rest of the imprint is multiplied to give the score for synchronization. E.g. 9.2 9.1 8.9 Total Mark = 18.2

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS In Synchronized Competition Voluntary schedules the synchronized score is added to the execution and the trouble score. E.g. Execution (1) 8.6 8.4 =8.4 Execution (2) 7.2 7.2 =7.2 Synchronisation 9.2 9.1 8.9 =18.2 Difficulty 3.4 Total Mark =37.2

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS Teams of four contenders: the score of the colleague with the most minimal number will be erased from the group score from each round, Compulsory and first Voluntary (three scores checking). E.g. Member A 23.9 Member B 21.3 Member C 24.4 Member D 26.9 Total Score 75.2

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Grade 2 Harlow fourteenth May \'00 http://www.MinistryOfAir.com

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS PRACTICAL EXAMPLES OF RECORDING SCORES INDIVIDUAL COMPETITION Tony Blair Compulsory Round: 7.9 8.1 7.7 8.2 8.0 1 st Voluntary Round: 6.9 7.3 7.5 7.2 7.1 3.4 William Haig Compulsory Round: 7.8 8.1 7.7 8.0 1 st Voluntary Round: 7.3 7.7 7.2 4.0 2 nd Voluntary Round: 3.4 3.1 3.4 3.3 3.5 2.0

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS PRACTICAL EXAMPLES OF RECORDING SCORES INDIVIDUAL COMPETITION Tony Blair Compulsory Round: 7.9 8.1 7.7 8.2 8.0 24.0 1 st Voluntary Round: 6.9 7.3 7.5 7.2 7.1 3.4 49.0 William Haig Compulsory Round: 7.8 8.1 7.7 7.9 8.0 23.7 1 st Voluntary Round: 7.4 7.3 7.7 7.4 7.2 4.0 49.8 2 nd Voluntary Round: 3.4 3.1 3.4 3.3 3.5 2.0 61.9

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS PRACTICAL EXAMPLES OF RECORDING SCORES Synchronized COMPETITION Compulsory: 1 st Voluntary: 2 nd Voluntary: #1 8.2 7.9 7.6 7.4 7.7 7.6 #2 8.5 8.7 7.7 7.4 8.0 8.2 9.2 9.5 9.1 8.4 8.2 8.5 9.2 8.8 9.0 Tariff 5.1 5.3 Routine 1 16.7 + 18.4 = 35.1 Routine 2 15.0 + 16.8 + 5.1 = 36.9, Total = 72.0 Routine 3 15.7 + 18.0 + 5.3 = 39.0, Total = 111.0

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS PRACTICAL EXAMPLES OF RECORDING SCORES TEAM COMPETITION Set Vol. Tsk-tsk (A) 25.9 29.8 Scary (B) 23.8 27.8 Smith (A) 23.5 Baby (B) 23.5 Jones (A) 27.1 33.6 Sporty (B) 24.8 30.2 Posh (B) 24.5 28.6 Organize Results into Teams!!! Pulled back

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS PRACTICAL EXAMPLES OF RECORDING SCORES TEAM COMPETITION Team A: Set Vol. Team B: Set Vol. Too bad 25.9 29.8 Scary 23.8 27.8 Smith 23.5 Baby 23.5 Jones 27.1 33.6 Sporty 24.8 30.2 Posh 24.5 28.6 Withdrew

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RECORDING AT COMPETITIONS PRACTICAL EXAMPLES OF RECORDING SCORES Synchronized COMPETITION Team A: Set Vol.. Team B: Set Vol.. Oh 25.9 29.8 Scary 23.8 27.8 Smith 23.5 Baby 23.5 Jones 27.1 33.

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