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D-score: Either 6.3 or 6.4 (I believe this should be a 6.4, but she received a 6.3 in the team and event finals and also at the European Championships – see my D-score analysis below)
E-score: 8.6 or 8.7!
Final score: 15.0
Did you catch that? She received an E-score of 8.6 or 8.7 (depending on what D-score they gave) for that beautiful, nearly flawless routine. I’d say a 9.6 would be way more accurate.
This score perfectly represents the biggest problem in judging these days – failure to properly reward near perfect routines with high execution scores. …
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The Men’s judges are almost as bad. I feel, sadly, that FIG Executive should step in and insist that MTC and WTC start producing a greater range in Execution scores between worst and first.
When Nellie Kim got perfect 10s in 1976, she “deserved” them. Nellie and Nadia were that much better than the rest.