We had a few people think it would be interesting to do a judging game on this event. Very interesting mix of skaters - Butryskaya, Markova, Bonaly, Baiul plus a few others.
I am happy to do the ISUCalc part of it (have updated it on my laptop).
We need a TS and ATS. I am happy to act as a TC but only if no-one else wants the role as I would like to judge this one.
Is someone able to post the clips here?
We can have as many judges as those who want to participate. If I fill a panel I can just start another one. You are allowed to pick a country - first in best dressed. Marks will be entered in the order I receive them from the judges so again first in best dressed.
At the end of the event (we will have a deadline of a couple of weeks on this) the protocols will be posted for everyone to see. And then you can feel free to snark at your fellow judges (What the hell were you thinking !!!)
To help with the judging, a couple of ISU Communications to assist with the rules. Use Communications 1619 and 1611 from this link.
One this link there is a Program Component Overview and also Explanations which may assist with the component side of things.
Couple of other things to be aware of:
Mark elements in order as performed.
If you haven't done one of these games before, PCS are marked in increments of .25. Eg if you are marking in the 7.00s, then you could use 7.00, 7.25, 7.50, 7.75. Other marks won't be able to be entered in the program.
When it comes to steps and spins, judge quality, not quantity. If the steps are easy but very well done, reward the skater for it.
Unless the element has to be in the minuses of GOE according to the communication, if it has a slight deduction, then the element can still be in the +GOE. You do need to take into account all the aspects of the element, not just the deduction when applying the GOE.
Keep an open mind about choreography and music. You may not like the program or choice of music, but if the skater is using it and it is appropriate for the music, then reward the skater in their PCS.
Once you have watched the clips when posted, then you can send the marks through to me at email@example.com. Last time someone had set up an Excel spreadsheet for this so if someone wanted to do that then that would be great.
Looking forward to playing.