Gigi spent a week reviewing changes to the 2020 Code of Points on Beam. She wrote those up illustrating many with GIFs.
Must read. It’s the best overview 2020 Beam I’ve seen yet.
Don’t count on everything in that post being exactly correct. There are so many changes that I anticipate future
clarifications for years to come.
Personally I’m happy that FIG gymnasts no longer feel pressured to do a D dismount as
dismount is no longer a 0.5 Special Requirement. Sticking a C dismount will be the best strategy for many around the world.
Upgraded from C to D.
Lauren Hopkins – Deconstructing the New Code of Points
Tyesha Mattis is currently a first third year senior gymnast after having an extremely successful junior career.
British Gymnewstics posted an excellent catch-up on her career. Major injuries – mostly from Vault landings on competition surfaces – have slowed her progress.
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BBS has the
most entertaining and informative write-up I’ve seen.
Who had the worst
Balance Beam situation of the week?
You MIGHT think it was
UCLA with these crazy saves.
But no. It was
Georgia. Read the post – WEEK 1 RANKINGS AND NOTES
Kirah Koshinski, West Virginia, Vault – 9.925
Koshinski stuck a 1.5 to rank 4th nationally on vault.
Sabrina Garcia, Penn State, Bars – 9.950
Garcia stuck a floated DLO dismount to rank 2nd on bars.
Madeleine Huber, Missouri, Bars – 9.925
A toe-pointy Jaeger and her own stuck DLO earned Huber the #3 ranking
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via Gymternet Clan
… 14 routines that received a 10.0 during the 2016 season. …
then Watch the videos vote for the best of the best.
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Nush’s perfect 10 on YouTube.
I’m not saying you should VOTE for this routine. But … 🙂