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December 2012. 2 013 CODE OF POINTS. SECTION 2 Regulations for the Gymnasts To submit, or have their coach submit, a written request at least 24 hours before podium training, to the Chair of the Superior Jury to assess the difficulty of a new element.

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December 2012




  • Regulations for the Gymnasts

  • To submit, or have their coach submit, a written request at least 24 hours before podium training, to the Chair of the Superior Jury to assess the difficulty of a new element.

  • Repeat their entire exercise, if the exercise has been interrupted for reasons beyond their control or responsibility with permission of the Superior Jury

Warm up
Warm Up

  • Apparatus may be prepared but not used, following the warm-up period or during the “competition pause”.

  • Maximum of 2 persons on UB.

  • In C-I, II and IV gymnast entitled to touch warm-up on the podium immediately prior to competition

    • 30 sec on all apparatus Vault, Beam, Floor

    • UB - each 50 seconds (including preparation of bars)

  • In C-I and IV the warm up time belongs to the team.

  • In mixed groups the warm-up time belongs personally to the gymnast.

  • They must wear a correct sportive non transparent leotard or unitard (one piece leotard with full length legs-hip to ankle), which must be of elegant design.

  • Leotards/unitards may be with or without sleeves; shoulder strap width must be minimum 2 cm.

  • The leg cut of the leotard may not extend beyond the hip bone (maximum). The leotard leg length cannot exceed the horizontal line around the leg, delineated by no more than 2 cm below the base of the buttocks

  • They have the option of wearing gymnastic slippers and socks

  • Bandages must bebeige-colored or skin coloured (when available from the manufacturer)

  • Must have: national identification or emblem

  • Must wear: start number supplied by the Organizing Committee

  • May wear: only small stud type pierced earrings

  • Behaviour related violations taken by d panel with notification to superior jury
    Behaviour related Violations – taken by D Panel with notification to Superior Jury




    (once for a competition session by SJ)

    1.0 from the total team score (once per competition – SJ

    • Incorrect or unaesthetic padding

    • Missing start number

    • Incorrect attire – leotard, jewelry, bandage colour

    • Missing National emblem or wrong placement of emblem

    • Incorrect advertising when requested by responsible body

    • Team Competition:

    • Non identical leotards for gymnasts from the same team

    Failure to acknowledge notification to Superior JuryD Panel judges before and/or after the exercise 0.30 from Final score

    Failure to start within 30 sec. after green light 0.30 from Final score

    Exceedingwarm up time 0.30 from Final score

    Remounting podium after the exercise 0.30 from Final score

    Performing without signal or on red light Final Score = 0.00 pts.

    Speaking to active judges during competition 0.30 from Final score

    Other undisciplined or abusive behavior 0.30 from Final score

    • Behavior (Penalties 0.3)

    Other Individual Violations notification to Superior Jury

    • Absent from the competition area without permission or failure to return and complete the competition – Expelled from competition by the Chair of the Superior Jury

    • SECTION 3 – Regulations for Coaches notification to Superior Jury

    • The coach is guaranteed the right to:

    • Help the gymnast or team prepare the apparatus for competition.

    • – vault to prepare the safety collar.

    • – vault, uneven bars and balance beam to prepare springboard and position the supplementary landing mat.

    • – uneven bars to adjust and prepare the uneven bar rails

    • Be present on the podium after the green light is lit to remove the springboard on Balance Beam and Uneven Bars (then leave podium immediately)

    • Be present at Uneven Bars during the gymnast’s exercise for reasons of safety – this can be same or different coach who removes the springboard.

    • Assist or advise the gymnast during the intermediate fall time period on all apparatus and between the first and second vault.

    • Request to Superior Jury a review of the Time and Line deductions.

    • C-I & IV notification to Superior Jury

      • Complete Teams

        • 1 Female &/or 1 Male or 2 Females

      • Nations with 1-3 gymnasts

        • 1 Female or 1 Male

    • C-II: each gymnast – 1 (F or M)

    • C-III: each gymnast – 1 (F or M)

    • Incorrect presence of the prescribed persons in the inner circle: 1.0 (from gymnast/team at event) immediate red card and removal of coach from competition floor – By Chair of Superior Jury.

    Coaches in the Inner Circle

    Behaviour of Coach with no Direct Impact on the result/performance of gymnast/team

    • Unsportsmanlike conduct

      (valid for all phases of the competition)

    • 1st time – Yellow card for coach (warning)

    • 2nd time – Red card and removal of

      coach from the competition

    Coach Behaviour with Direct Impact on result/performance of gymnast/team

    results/performance of the gymnast/team:

    Unsportsmanlike conduct (valid for all phases of the


    i.e. unexcused delay or interruption of competition, speaking to active judges during the competition except to D1 Judge, inquiry only permitted,

    - speaking directly to the gymnast, giving signals, shouts

    (cheers) or similar during competition

    1st time -0.50 (from gymnast/team) at event and Yellow Card

    2nd time – 1.0 from gymnast/team at event. Red card and removal of coach from competition floor

    Judges are responsible to
    Judges are Responsible to: result/performance of gymnast/team

    Section 5.Regulations & Structure for ApparatusJuries

    • Be in possession of the international Brevet

    • Have knowledge of FIG CoP, Technical regulations, Judges’ rules

    • Attend Judges’ Review Session

    • Wear the FIG prescribed uniform (dark blue suit, white blouse)

    • Be at the Competition site & briefings per scheduled time

    • Use the symbol notation sheets and maintain record of personal scores

    • Remain in assigned seat until end of competition

    • Exhibit professional, non partisan, ethical behavior

    Apparatus jury
    Apparatus Jury result/performance of gymnast/team

    Appreciation of the athlete’s


    Primary Responsibility

    • D- Judging Panel

      • content value

      • Neutral deductions

    • E- Judging Panel

      • execution

      • artistry & Choreography

    D panel functions
    D- Panel Functions result/performance of gymnast/team

    • Record exercise in symbol notation

    • Jointly determine D- score (discussion allowed)

      • Difficulty Values

      • Composition Requirements

      • Connection Values , based on special rules for each apparatus

    D panel functions1
    D- Panel Functions result/performance of gymnast/team

    Ensure the following deductions are applied

    • if gymnast failed to present before and after the exercise.

    • if gymnast performed an invalid “0” vault

    • Spotting assistance deduct from final score

    • report unsportsmanlike conduct of coach to Apparatus Supervisor.

    Ensure neutral deductions are applied

    Ensure correct procedure for short exercise is applied

    E- Panel result/performance of gymnast/team functions

    • Observe exercises attentively and evaluate faults without bias

    • General Faults

    • Specific Apparatus Deductions

    • Artistry & choreography Faults (BB & FX)

    • Complete score slip quickly and clearly and enter into score pad separately

      • sum of deductions for execution faults

      • sum of deductions for artistry & choreography faults

    • Provide a written record of the evaluation

    Section 6 determination of score
    Section 6. Determination of Score result/performance of gymnast/team

    D- Score + E Score = Final

    • D-Score

      • Difficulty Value (A- through H-)

      • Composition Requirements

      • Connection Value

    • E- Score

      E-Score calculate by averaging 3 middle of 5 scores

      • Execution

      • Artistry & Choreography

    Art 6 determinaton of score
    Art 6. Determinaton of Score result/performance of gymnast/team

    Short Exercise

    The D-Jury will take the appropriate deduction (penalty) for a short exercise from the final score.

    • 7 or more elements = 0.0 points

    • 5-6 elements = minus 4.0 points

    • 3-4 elements = minus 6.0 points

    • 1-2 elements = minus 8.0 points

    • No elements = minus 10.0 points

    Score of “0.00” result/performance of gymnast/team

    • If E- score is “0.00” or a negative number (-)

      • the gymnast receives the value of the D- score

      • neutral deductions are subtracted from the Final score

        • In this case the D- score