# How are combination jumps scored

Discussion in 'Moves In The Field' started by Jozet, Apr 17, 2011.

1. ### JozetWell-Known Member

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Trying to figure this out by looking at my Skater Grrrl's protocol sheet.

For instance Axel-Loop-Loop has base score of 2.31, but looking at the base score of each jump individually doesn't add up.

Thanks for any math help!

2. ### frbskate63New Member

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The base value of those jumps added together is 2.1 - but an extra 10% is added to jump elements done in the second half of the program, so if she did it after the half way mark, 2.1 + 0.21 = 2.31.

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If the protocol sheet has an x after the jump value, it is after the half way mark.

4. ### FigureSpinsNew Member

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The base values, according to the USFSA's Singles SOV Table are:
Axel(1.1) + Loop(0.5) + Loop(0.5) = 2.1 base value

There's probably an "x" after the base value of the combination jump on the protocol sheet.
That means the jump was done after the halfway point of the program, earning a 10% bonus.

Axel(1.1) + Loop(0.5) + Loop(0.5) = 2.1 * 1.10 = 2.31

Last edited: Apr 18, 2011
5. ### JozetWell-Known Member

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Thank you!

I never even wondered what the "x" was. (Figure Skater Parent Fail.)