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Post by Val on Wed Jun 02, 2010 9:27 pm

Link to summary of ISU proposed changes changes from 1st July. the one with the biggest impact for most of ours skaters is that an axel increases in value


The International Skating Union has proposed changes to Scale of Values, Levels of Difficulty and Guidelines for marking Grade of Execution The implementation date for U.S. Figure Skating competitions of ISU Communications 1610 (Ice Dance) and 1611 (Singles and Pairs) will be July 1, 2010. Some of the items in these communications are pending ISU Congress approval. The ISU Congress is in mid-June.

Modifications made at the 2010 Governing Council to the singles program requirements for the juvenile free skate, intermediate short program and intermediate free skate will go into effect June 1, 2010, as specified in the 2009-10 Combined Report of Action.

Elements related to junior singles short programs (Rules 3651 and 3652) as shown for group C may be used in events prior to this date. Elements related to senior pairs short program (Rule 4041) and junior pairs short program (Rule 4051) as shown for Group B may also be used in events prior to July 1.

The base value for jumps (not throw jumps), have changed to their relative difficulty rather than the fixed half a point increments; and the quads have been given a further boost. Positive and negative GOE values have been significantly reduced for 2A and all triples except for 3A. For all triples except for the 3A, the GOE values have been cut by 30%.

Scale of Values, Levels of Difficulty and Guidelines for marking Grade of Execution

I. Scale of Values (SOV)
The following language would be recommended for the new under-rotation/downgrading rules:
Jumps and Throw Jumps may, in execution, be lacking intended rotation on the landing
and/or take-off. The elements with lacking rotation will be defined as "Under-rotated" or
"Downgraded" and treated as follows.

A Jump/Throw with accepted rotation has "missing rotation of revolution or less".
This element will receive full Base Value with GOE at the discretion of every Judge.
A Jump/Throw will be considered as "Under-rotated" if it has "missing rotation of more
than , but less than revolutions".
An under-rotated jump/throw will be indicated by the Technical Panel to the Judges
and in the protocols with a "


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