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Artificial Intelligence Set To Judge In 2020

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Judges Shorthand – Twists & Turns

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What Makes That a Perfect 10.0?

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Don’t Forget The Small Stuff – Compulsory Beam & Floor

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Road To Rio – Understanding Elite Scoring

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How Did They Come Up With That Score?

source site Post Views 3,258   As an athlete, coach, parent, or gymnastics fan, have you ever wondered how judges come up with their scores? In this article we will look at how judges come up with scores at the Women’s JO Program Compulsory levels. When evaluating a compulsory routine, a judge reviews their shorthand to ensure Read More

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What’s Your Bar Angle?

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Scoring A Front Handspring Vault

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