Slava Corn lays down the law

Slava Corn didn’t mince words. Speaking slowly and clearly before representatives of more than 50 Federations gathered at the Orientation Meeting at the 33rd World Rhythmic Gymnastics Championships in Izmir (TUR) Friday morning, the FIG First Vice President (CAN) made it clear that FIG authorities and Technical Committee expect nothing less than clean, unbiased scores from the judges.

… Corn said. “We want this sport to be ethical. We want fairness from the judges and we want you the federation leaders to help us so the judges are free to make a good judgment, a fair judgment at the competition.”

Rhythmic’s reputation has been sullied since allegations of irregularities at a Rhythmic Gymnastics Judges Course in Bucharest (ROU) in December 2012. All judges attended a new course and were retested for this cycle. …

Rhytjmic TC members


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