FSU Judging Game

Discussion in 'The Trash Can' started by Jenna, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. Jenna

    Jenna Well-Known Member

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    So, I thought I would run an off season judging game just for fun. ;)

    RULES:

    A competition judged under the 6.0 system would be selected. People would volunteer to be judges and evaluate the programs under today's COP Standards. I actually have the ISU Calc. software on my computer as I downloaded it for an accounting school I will be attending. People could PM me their marks, I could enter them into the system and generate results and even protocols to make everyones' marks public! :EVILLE:

    We also need a technical specialist. Although most of the levels etc. would be 1, we would still need someone to point out under-rotations or downgrades or wrong edges. I could actually take on the role of TS if needed.

    Anyway, please post if you interest in participating in the game and if you are willing to become an official. I'm sure it would be a lot of fun. :D
     
  2. Lainerb

    Lainerb New Member

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    I am interested. We should do the 1998 Olympic Ladies competiton, both short and long programs.
     
  3. smarts1

    smarts1 Well-Known Member

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    I want to judge!
     
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  4. Spinner

    Spinner Where's my book?

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    Especially the short programs! Gonna start politiking now :sekret: :bribe: for Caryn Kadavy into 1st!
     
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  5. Jenna

    Jenna Well-Known Member

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    Great. I will start hunting for clips for Nagano SP.

    Judges :

    1- Lainerb (CHN)
    2- smarts1 (RUS)
    3- beepbeep (BRA)
    4- chipso1 (USA)
    5- doh (FRA)
    6- shady82
    7- Allen (NZL)
    8- Quintuple (CYP)
    9- Tony Wheeler (CZE)
    Also, pick a country in the ISU you want to judge for.
     
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  6. Lainerb

    Lainerb New Member

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  7. beepbeep

    beepbeep Resident Rude Brazilian

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    Great :)

    We've done the boys. Now we'll do the girls.

    Brazilian judge, here!
     
  8. chipso1

    chipso1 Well-Known Member

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    I'd love to judge, too. Can be the USA one :)judge:) if it's not taken already. :)
     
  9. doh

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    I wanna play. France please.
     
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  10. Aussie Willy

    Aussie Willy Well-Known Member

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    If you need any help with the software let me know. I have some manuals that I have done to teach people data entry here. Please PM me if you want copies.
     
  11. Jenna

    Jenna Well-Known Member

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    Thank you! I will be PMing you shortly ;)

    Here are the videos that I could locate:

    Kwan: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cH6z-gwiSRc

    Lipinski: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBt7TGh3HWM

    Butyrskaya: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7RkXWq3gIc&feature=related

    Chen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxER4UaFxNA

    Slutskaya: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJKs2kaJlyc

    Bonaly: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5G8rQl7L0g

    Gusmeroli: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0DxW_qe7Ps

    Kulovana: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IJmcZcGvrk

    Sebestyen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhqrbqJW7lM

    Lautowa: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbR-cl23MTY

    Human: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEueIqCn-zM

    Andrade: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umNBf3kC_RY

    Most of the top skaters and, to my delight, some obscure ones! If anyone else can contribute videos it would be much appreciated.

    TECHNICAL STUFF

    PCS Explanations: http://www.isu.org/vsite/vfile/page/fileurl/0,11040,4844-152086-169302-64121-0-file,00.pdf

    GOE Guidelines: http://isu.sportcentric.net/db//files/serve.php?id=1427

    Just to remind, a -3 must be given to an element that does not meet the requirements: a double-double, triple-double or triple-triple combination, a double or triple jump out of steps, a double axel, a layback spin, a flying spin in one position, a step sequence, and a change foot combination spin. Per 2010-11 rules, Spirals will not be called but feel free to include them into the transitions mark.
     
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  12. shady82

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    I'm interested too =)
     
  13. smarts1

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    Russian Federation!!
     
  14. gkelly

    gkelly Well-Known Member

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    Count me in. If you need a tech specialist more than another judge, I can try to catch up on the latest rules.

    Spiral sequence was a required element in 1998. I'd have to research if the rules at that time required a change of foot and/or change of direction (both backward and forward).

    By last year's rules, almost all of the pre-IJS spiral sequences would be level 1 if they counted at all.

    By 2010-11 rules, spiral sequence is no longer an element in the short program. Skaters can do spirals, but they count as transitions.

    In long programs there's now the "choreo spiral sequence" element -- everyone gets the same base mark and judges distinguish the quality with GOE.

    What do you want to do about judging 1998 programs by 2011 rules? Consider the spirals transitions? Use the (long program) choreo spiral sequence rules? Use last year's SP rules for spirals?
     
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  15. Allen

    Allen Glad to be back!

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    I also want to judge, I would like to be the New Zealand judge.
     
  16. Spinner

    Spinner Where's my book?

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    :lol: I was just wanting Caryn to be placed first, not volunteering to judge. I don't know COP well enough to be that skilled yet. Looking forward to the results though! :)
     
  17. Seerek

    Seerek Well-Known Member

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    We did the 1988 ladies sp a few months ago.... I believe Ito and Kadavy were top 2. :)
     
  18. Jenna

    Jenna Well-Known Member

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    I would love for your assistance as a technical panel member. :)

    As far as spirals go, let's use the rules for the 2010-11 season. I always like to stay up to date. The spirals will not be called, judges, but feel free to include them in the TR mark.

    I also updated the judging panel, sorry for assuming Spinner. :) We need two more judges to begin.
     
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  19. Allen

    Allen Glad to be back!

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    Yeah, I'm pretty sure Ito won with Kadavy second.
     
  20. Spinner

    Spinner Where's my book?

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    Was that a poll or an actual COP analysis from people who know it well? I loved both programs, but would have to tip it to Kadavy based on stronger spins and transitions and better component scores.
     
  21. chipso1

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    It was a judging game that AussieWilly ran.
     
  22. Aussie Willy

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    Yes it was a judging game that I put together. People got to play judge. They submitted their marks and then the data was entered into the program ISUCalc that is used to run the judging system (done manually). Interesting thing was that people learnt how hard it is to be a judge.

    Glad that Jenna is doing the next one. I won't have time to do it but I will certainly be interested to see the results.
     
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  23. Lainerb

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    How would issues such as Bonaly being one revolution short on her flying spin come into play under COP? Would it be reflected as having no value or would we apply -GOE?
     
  24. Jenna

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    Well, I believe the minimum under COP is 3 revolutions isn't it? It would be called a FSSp1.
     
  25. Aussie Willy

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    Judges would need to consider what GOE they would give for a underrotated spin. If it is less revolutions than required, you could consider giving it -1 for each lack of rotation.

    If the Technical Panel consider that there are not enough revolutions for a level, they would then call it as a spin with no level. But it is not up to the judges to decide that and the judges still have to apply a GOE (which would most likely be -3). The system will recognise that they element has been given no level and will make sure it is a non-valid element.
     
  26. shady82

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    May I represent Iceland? If Iceland isn't in the ISU, then Norway..
     
  27. Quintuple

    Quintuple papillon d'amour

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    I'd like to judge! I think I've played 2 or 3 of these games here on FSU. I'll be Cyprus! CYP!
     
  28. Tony Wheeler

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    If there is room, I'd love to play as well. I guess I'd represent CZE. :)
     
  29. Lainerb

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    I guess I am still uncertain about this sort of situation. Under the 1998 rules a double+double still met the critera for the two jump combination, but it resulted in a much reduced base value. I understand that under the current system a skater can't do double+double, but since this was during 1998 shouldn't we allow the combo without the mandatory -GOE?
     
  30. gkelly

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    I do not believe that double-double combination was still permitted in 1998.

    What was still permitted was a double as the solo jump out of steps. So should that be judged as a valid element, not necessarily -3 GOE as it would be by today's rules?