WAG Code of Points app


Android only, for now. Apple version in the works.

Filter all 500+ elements from the Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Code Of Points by apparatus, difficulty value and element group.


It’s called Gymnastics Code of Points (WA) in the Google PLAY store.

Leave a comment if you’ve tried it.

Thanks Ben.

____ related:

• CodeOfPoints.com

• GymDrills.net Code of Points Browser (free registration required)

Shatilov – Walstrom on H Bar

Yamawaki with a 1/1.


It's time for a party! @yairshechter

A video posted by Alexander (@alexander_shatilov) on

Click PLAY or watch Paolo Principi on YouTube.

Click PLAY or watch another (older) attempt on YouTube.

Owen Walstrom was a Canadian gymnast, a teammate of the great Philippe Delasalle.

The original “Wally Whirl” looked nothing like this, however. It was more of a barrel roll over the bar. :-

Shatilov can swing. :-)

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

related – Do Yamawakis exist?

via Nico on GymFever2012

2 million points on Pommels

I have NO idea what this is about.

Someone please enlighten me. :-)


Update. These are characters from the TV show American Dad. Thanks Hutch.

TumbleTally 2.0 for Android

(via Gym Gab Blog)

skills added to the WAG Code

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

British boys under age-14

2014 British U12 and U14 Championships.

Click PLAY or watch highlights on YouTube.

As much as I admire the gymnasts from Great Britain, it’s a mistake to have boys so young competing on the FIG Pommel. I don’t know the rules they are using, but they seem to be pushing difficulty in competition too soon.

Elisa Meneghini – 5.6 Floor

A judging analysis by sporteverywhere.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

The last two Codes, intending to promote artistry and choreography, instead made turning leaps and jumps, well done or not, compulsory elements. :-(

related – Daria Spiridonova – Bars VIDEO