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Section 7 Regulations Governing the D Score. D Score: Content Vault: The D score on Vault is the Difficulty Table in the Table of Vaults.

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Section 7 regulations governing the d score
Section 7 Regulations Governing the D Score

  • D Score: Content

  • Vault: The D score on Vault is the Difficulty Table in the Table of Vaults.

  • The D score on Uneven Bars, Balance Beam, and Floor Exercise includes the 8 highest difficulties (DV), composition requirements (CR) and connection value (CV).


DIFFICULTY VALUE

DV

  • The maximum 8 highest difficulties including the dismount are counted on UB, BB and FX.

  • The D- panel will always recognize the DV unless there is a failure to meet the technical requirement of the element.

  • The same element is recognized only one time as a DV. If performed a 2nd time DV is notconsidered.

  • A- 0.10

  • B- 0.20

  • C- 0.30

  • D- 0.40

  • E- 0.50

  • F- 0.60

  • G- 0.70

  • H- 0.80


Elements are considered the same if listed under same number and have the following criteria
Elements are considered the Sameif listed under same number and have the following criteria:

DV

UB elements:

– are performed with or without a hop grip change

(Cast to handstand with or without a hop grip change)

– giants fwd & bwd performed with legs straddled or together, with hip bent or stretched


Elements are considered the same if listed under same number and have the following criteria1
Elements are considered the Sameif listed under same numberand have the following criteria:

DV

  • Dance elements:

  • When performed in Side or Cross position (BB)

    • Jumps with 1/1 turn or more performed in side position will be awarded 1 DV

      higher than in cross position.

    • If the same element is performed in cross and in side position, the DV will be awarded one time only and in chronological order

    • Jumps that start from side position and finish in cross position, or vice versa – consider as elements performed in cross position

  • with take off from one or two feet with the same leg position

  • land on one or both feet (BB)

  • land on one or both feet or in prone position (FX)

  • turns in the forward and backward direction


Dance same same dv
Dance Same # = Same DV

DV

  • With take off from 1 or 2 feet with the same leg and body position:

  • wolf hop (take off from 1 leg) and (wolf jump take off

    from 2 legs)

  • Stretch hop with 1/1 turn; stretch jump with 1/1 turn

  • Land on one or both feet or in prone position (FX)

  • Wolf jump – land on one or two feet and also to land in prone position (FX)


Acro same same dv
ACROSame # = Same DV

DV

  • Acro elements that land on 1 or both feet

    Examples:

    BB # 5.410

    Front aerial to land on one or both feet.

    FX: # 4.202

    Salto forward stretched to land on both feet or on one foot.

    • DV awarded one time only

    • In chronological order


Different elements
Different Elements

DV

  • Elements are considered different with different numbers in the Table of Elements

    Example:

    • BB – 2.203 and 2.301


Elements are considered different, if they are listed under the same number and have the following criteria

DV

  • there are different body positions (tuck, pike or stretched) in saltos,

  • the description for body position of dance elements is different

  • the legs are together or straddled in saltos(UB)

  • the legs are in cross or side split in dance elements

  • there are different degrees of turns

    • ½ , 1/1, 1½ (180°, 360°, 540°), etc.

    • See Section 9 for specific apparatus requirements

  • the support is performed on one or both arms or free

  • the acrobatic elements take-off from one or both legs


Same same dv bb
Same # = Same DV (BB)

DV

  • Performed in cross or side position

  • Straddle pike jump / straddle pike jump with ½ turn

  • If the same dance element is performed in cross & side position

    • DV awarded 1 time only

    • in chronological order


Same same dv
Same # = Same DV

DV

  • Jumps/ Leaps with ¼ (90˚)

  • Straddle pike jump/ Straddle pike jump ¼ turn

  • ½ (180˚) and ¾ (270˚)

  • Straddle pike jump ½ turn/ Straddle pike jump ¾ turn, also in side position

  • 1/1 (360˚) and 1¼ (450˚)

  • Straddle pike jump 1/1 turn/ Straddle pike jump 1 ¼ turn


Jumps with 1 1 or more turn
Jumps with 1/1 or more turn

DV

  • Jumps with 1/1 turn or more performed in side position award

    • 1 DV higher than in cross position

      Example:

      Split jump with 1/1 turn = C

      Split jump with 1/1 turn in side position = D

      (Reward DV in chronological order)


Jumps with 1 450
Jumps with 1¼ (450˚)

DV

  • Start from side position and finish in cross position (vice versa)

    • Consider same as element performed in cross position

      No higher value will be awarded

      Example: Straddle pike jump 1/1 turn; Straddle pike jump 1 ¼ turn

      • DV awarded one time only

      • In chronological order



Recognition of elements occurs in chronological order
Recognition of elements occurs in chronological order

  • An element devalued due to technical failure (credited one DV lower) that does not exist in the Table of elements is performed again in the exercise it will then be considered as a repetition and no DV will be awarded.


Recognition of e lement example when an element is devalued due to technical failure
Recognition of Element Example: When an element is devalued due to technical failure:

C B D C

Clear hip circle Giant 1 ½ turn

(Did not finish in handstand)


Recognition of ElementsWhen an element is recognized as another from the

Table of Elements

1/1 turn with heel of free leg at horizontal

throughout turn becomes 1/1 turn as free leg was

not held at horizontal until the end of the turn C to A

In these cases, if the element is performed later in the exercise with correct technique, both elements will receive DV. They will be considered as 2 different elements in the Table.

3/1 twist attempted; only

completed 2 ½ E to D


Recognize as different dv from table
Recognize as different DV from Table

DV

Free leg swing below 45° reward split leap

If Performed 2nd time with correct

technique reward switch split leap


First attempt no value did not land feet first 2 nd attempt successful landing credit dv d
First attempt no value – did not land feet first; 2nd attempt successful landing – credit DV - D

Recognition of elementsWhen no DV was credited due to technical failure

Double back tuck saltoGienger

First attempt failure to grasp bar;

2nd attempt successful grasp –

credit DV -D

In these cases, if the element is performed

later in the exercise with correct technique, it will

receive DV. It is not considered repetition since

the first time no DV was given.


Composition requirements cr 2 50
Composition Requirements (CR) 2.50

CR

  • Only elements from the table may fulfill CR

  • 1 element may fulfill more than 1 CR

  • An element may not be performed again to fulfill another CR


Connection value 0 10 0 20 0 30
Connection Value 0.10, 0.20, 0.30

CV

  • Elements used for CV do not have to be among the 8

    counting DV

  • Devalued elements may be used for CV

  • All elements must be from the Table of elements

  • In order to be credited the connection must be performed without a fall.

  • All acrobatic elements (FX without hand support only) & dance elements as specified in the CV formulas may be used.


Direct connections acro dance or mixed
Direct Connections – Acro, Dance or Mixed

CV

  • Connections are performed without:

    • Hesitation or stop between elements

    • Extra step between elements

    • Foot touching beam between elements

    • Loss of balance between elements

    • Leg/hip extension in 1st element before take off for 2nd element

    • Additional arm/leg swing between elements


Indirect connections
Indirect Connections

  • Only in acrobatic series on FX

  • Are those in which directly connected acrobatic elements with flight phase and hand support (from Group 3; e.g. round off, flicflac, etc. as preparatory elements) are performed between saltos.

  • The recognition of direct or indirect connections should be to the benefit of the gymnast.

  • The order of succession of elements within a connection may be freely chosen unless there is a special requirement for CV recognition. E.G. FX D salto + B dance


Repetition of elements for cv
Repetition of Elements for CV

CV

  • Elements may not be repeated in another CV

    • Recognition occurs in chronological order

      • Example BB: Salto backward tuck with 1/1 twist; Round off, salto backward tuck with 1/1 twist.


Repetition of Elements for CV

  • Same elements on UB, and acrobatic elements on BB and FX may be performed 2 times within one connection and still receive CV.

  • Examples:

  • UB:

  • Tkatchev 2 x

  • Or Stalder 1/1 2 x

  • BB:

  • Aerial walkover 2x

  • Flicflac with 1/1 turn 2x

  • FX:

  • Indirect or direct connections with whip salto 2 x to double salto backward piked


  • Repetition of elements for cv1
    Repetition of Elements for CV

    With direct connections of 3 or more elements, the repeated flight element

    on UB orsaltoon BB and FX must be directly connected.

    CV will be awarded for all connections.

    Giant 1 ½ turn, Tkatchev, Tkatchev, Pak Salto

    UB D + D + X + D

    0.10 + 0.20 + 0.10

    Total CV = 0.40

    The flight element Tkatchev may be used:

    • The first time as the 2nd element of a connection

    • The 2nd time as the connection of 2 same flight elements

    • The 3rd time as the 1st element to begin a new connection


    Repetition of Elements for CV

    • BB: (Front aerial) + (front aerial) + (aerial cartwheel)

    • D X D

    • 0.10 0.10

    • Total CV = 0.20

    • Salto (Front aerial ) may be used:

      • The 1st time as a connection of same two saltos

      • The 2nd time as the 1st element to begin a new connection


    Repetition of Elements for CV

    FX:

    Front handspring, Forward layout salto 1/1, forward layout salto 1/1, forward salto 1 ½ twist tuck

    + + +

    C X C

    0.10 + 0.10

    Total CV= + 0.20

    Salto may be used:

    The 1st time as a connection of 2 same saltos

    The 2nd time as the 1st element to begin a new connection



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