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Rules and Regulation

SS 17 JUDGEMENT OF ROUTINES

SS 17.1 In Routines the competitor can obtain points from 0 – 10 using 1/10th points.
Perfect
Near 10
perfect 9.9 to 9.5
Excellent  9.4 – 9.0
Very Good 8.9 – 8.0
Good
 7.9 – 7.0
Competent 6.9 – 6.0
Satisfactory 5.9 – 5.0
Deficient
 4.9 – 4.0
Weak
   3.9 – 3.0
Very weak
   2.9 – 2.0
Hardly recognizable  1.9 – 0.1
Completely failed 0
 
SS 17.2 In Free Routine, Free Combination and Highlight Routine each judge shall award one score, from 0 – 10 points each (see SS 17.1). Execution panel judges shall award one score for Execution and Synchronisation. Artistic Impression panel judges shall award one score for Choreography, Music Interpretation, and Manner of Presentation. Difficulty panel judges shall award a score for Difficulty.

All the following percent arrays are subject of decision of the TSSC.

SS 17.2.1 First panel – EXECUTION Score - 30%

Consider:

SS 17.2.2 Second panel – ARTISTIC IMPRESSION Score - 40%

Consider:

SS 17.2.3 Third panel – DIFFICULTY Score - 30%

Consider:

SS 17.3 Technical Routines

In Technical Routine each judge shall award score(s), from 0 – 10 points each (see SS 17.1). Execution panel judges shall award one score for Execution of all movements that do not have an assigned degree of difficulty, and Synchronisation. Impression panel judges shall award one score for Difficulty, Choreography, Music Interpretation, and Manner of Presentation. Elements panel judges shall award individual scores for the execution of each required element with an assigned degree of difficulty.

All the following percent arrays are subject of decision of the TSSC.

SS 17.3.1 First panel – EXECUTION Score - 30%
Consider:

SS 17.3.2 Second panel - IMPRESSION Score - 30%

Consider:

SS 17.3.3 Third panel – ELEMENTS Score - 40%

Consider:

EXECUTION – the level of excellence in performing highly specialised skills. Execution of each required element with an assigned degree of difficulty.

SS 17.4 In the Technical Routine, if a judge on the Element Panel by reason of unforeseen circumstances has made no award for a particular element (a zero) the referee will review the official video. If the element has been executed, then the average of the awards of the other four judges shall be computed and shall be considered as the missing award. This shall be calculated to the nearest 0.1 point.