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OPTIONAL VAULT 2013. Round-off entry hand placement mat. May be placed on the runway for round-off entry or front handspring onto the board vaults at 8, 9, 10 May NOT be placed on the board Must be manufactured by a gymnastics equipment company Cannot exceed two inches in height

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Optional vault 2013
OPTIONAL VAULT 2013

WTC Symposium 2013


Round off entry hand placement mat
Round-off entry hand placement mat

May be placed on the runway for round-off entry or front handspring onto the board vaults at 8, 9, 10

May NOT be placed on the board

Must be manufactured by a gymnastics equipment company

Cannot exceed two inches in height

It must be used velcro-side down

If the mat slips it is NOT considered equipment failure. It is not a reason to repeat the vault.


Apparatus specifications
Apparatus Specifications

Safety Zone Mat – Groups 4 & 5 (Round-Off Entry Vaults)

The use of the Round-off “safety zone “ mat is REQUIRED whenever Round-off entry vaults are performed at JO competitions


Apparatus specifications1
Apparatus Specifications

  • Must fit snugly against the board so there is no space between the board & the safety collar mat

  • Failure to use the safety zone mat when performing a round-off entry vault would result in a “0” (VOID) score for the vault


  • Safety z one mat
    Safety Zone Mat

    For vaults from Group 1, 2 & 3

    • May be placed in either direction

    • May have space between the board & the safety zone mat


    Small chalk marks
    Small Chalk Marks

    • Athletic tape, Velcro strips or small chalk marks may be placed across the width of the vault runway, they may not exceed 2 inches in width

      • The markings should be removed no later than at the end of the rotation

    • Use of tape or excessive chalk is not permitted on the vault table or runway 0.20


    Touch warm up
    Touch Warm-up

    • Touch warm-up for vault is not regulated by time

    • Each Level 8, 9 & 10 gymnast is guaranteed three warm-up vaults. Each Level 6 & 7 gymnast is guaranteed two warm-up vaults.

    • Each gymnast is allowed one run-back from the board

    • Each gymnast is allowed to stand on the vault table and jump or salto off one time


    Vault competition
    Vault Competition

    • The gymnast is allowed 3 attempts to successfully complete one or both vaults

    • If the gymnast makes contact with the springboard or vaulting table but doesn’t go over, it is considered a vault and is scored as a void vault



    • The Vault number must be flashed at all Optional State level and above competitions.

    • There is no deduction for performing a vault that is different than the vault announced or flashed, provided it is a vault allowed at the specific level of the gymnast.

    • The vault performed determines the Start Value, not the vault number flashed or announced.

    • There is no longer a deduction for not flashing the vault number (or announcing the vault.) Judge does not signal until it is announced or flashed.


    Vault without signal
    Vault without Signal and above competitions.

    • Performance of a vault without a signal from the Chief Judge

      • Vault is ignored even if both judges see it

      • Gymnast has the opportunity to perform 2 more vaults

      • Chief Judge applies a 0.50 penalty to the average of the next completed vault



    Landing of vaults
    Landing of Vaults the board and the vault table, makes contact with the safety zone mat or inadvertently touches the vaulting table

    All vaults must land on the bottom of the feetfirst. Failing to do so will result in a 0.00 score (void)


    Allowable vaults
    Allowable Vaults the board and the vault table, makes contact with the safety zone mat or inadvertently touches the vaulting table

    • Each level (6, 7, 8, 9, 10) has a Specific Value Chart

    • Some vault numbers have been changed, but the values remain the same.

    • If either vault performed by a Level 6, 7, 8 or 9 gymnast is a restricted vault for that level, it is a zero final score. (void)


    Bonus for vault
    Bonus for Vault the board and the vault table, makes contact with the safety zone mat or inadvertently touches the vaulting table

    • For Level 10 only, there will be a select group of 10.0 vaults (if performed successfully, without a fall or spot) that will receive a +0.10 BP

    • Vaults eligible for bonus are highlighted on the vault value chart

    • Each judge adds the +0.10 BP to their final score before submitting

    • Must visibly indicate the bonus was awarded



    Specific apparatus deductions
    Specific Apparatus Deductions first flight phase with a backward salto in the second flight phase may be performed with ¾ to 1/1 LA turn in the first flight phase

    Deductions that occur in first and second flight:

    • Incorrect foot form (flexed, sickled) Up to 0.10

    • Legs crossed Up to 0.10

      Deductions that occur only in second flight:

    • Insufficient exactness of LA turn Up to 0.10

    • Under-rotation of salto vaults Up to 0.10


    What vault is it
    What vault is it? first flight phase with a backward salto in the second flight phase may be performed with ¾ to 1/1 LA turn in the first flight phase

    • The body position demonstrated through the majority of the vault determines which vault has been executed.


    Insufficient height

    first flight phase with a backward salto in the second flight phase may be performed with ¾ to 1/1 LA turn in the first flight phase

    Insufficient Height

    Center ofGravity

    Height deduction up to .50


    Insufficient length up to 30

    To be considered: first flight phase with a backward salto in the second flight phase may be performed with ¾ to 1/1 LA turn in the first flight phase

    Type of vault

    Hand placement on table

    Size of athlete

    Insufficient Length up to .30


    Insufficient Exactness of Body Position first flight phase with a backward salto in the second flight phase may be performed with ¾ to 1/1 LA turn in the first flight phase

    Insufficient tuck or pike Up to 0.30

    Insufficient stretch position Up to 0.30

    Min. of 90⁰ bend in hips & knees

    min. of 90⁰ bend in hips

    >135⁰ = stretched


    Failure to maintain stretched body pike down before landing up to 30

    Failure to maintain stretched body – first flight phase with a backward salto in the second flight phase may be performed with ¾ to 1/1 LA turn in the first flight phasepike down before landing. Up to .30

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    Extension open of body prior to landing tuck and pike vaults
    Extension (open) of body prior to first flight phase with a backward salto in the second flight phase may be performed with ¾ to 1/1 LA turn in the first flight phaselanding – Tuck and Pike Vaults

    • Insufficient and/or late extension. Up to .25


    Total absence of extension 30

    Example: first flight phase with a backward salto in the second flight phase may be performed with ¾ to 1/1 LA turn in the first flight phase

    Total lack of open .30

    Incorrect BP .20

    Total Deduction .50

    Total absence of extension .30


    Insufficient dynamics up to 30
    Insufficient Dynamics first flight phase with a backward salto in the second flight phase may be performed with ¾ to 1/1 LA turn in the first flight phaseup to .30

    • Define Dynamics in Vaulting –

      • Speed

      • Power

      • BIG

      • Crisp turns

      • Exciting

      • Explosive


    Steps on landing

    Small movement of feet first flight phase with a backward salto in the second flight phase may be performed with ¾ to 1/1 LA turn in the first flight phase 0.05 -0 .10

    Step 0 .10

    Large step 0 .20

    (approximately 3 feet or more)

    Max. steps 0 .40

    Don’t forget BP errors

    Steps on landing


    ADDITIONAL first flight phase with a backward salto in the second flight phase may be performed with ¾ to 1/1 LA turn in the first flight phaseDEDUCTIONS FOR

    LEVELS 6 & 7

    TOO LONG IN SUPPORT UP TO 0.50

    ANGLE OF REPULSION UP TO 1.00

    BY VERTICAL NO DED.

    1° - 45° 0.05-0.5

    46° - HORIZONTAL 0.55--1.0

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    The end
    The End first flight phase with a backward salto in the second flight phase may be performed with ¾ to 1/1 LA turn in the first flight phase

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