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1 VAULT ARTICLE 8. 2 8.1 General The gymnast is required to perform one or two vaults from the Table of Vaults, depending on the Requirements for that.

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1 1 VAULT ARTICLE 8

2 2 8.1 General The gymnast is required to perform one or two vaults from the Table of Vaults, depending on the Requirements for that competition phase.The gymnast is required to perform one or two vaults from the Table of Vaults, depending on the Requirements for that competition phase. She is responsible for the flashing of the intended vault number prior to the beginning each vault.She is responsible for the flashing of the intended vault number prior to the beginning each vault. The recommended run distance is a 25 meters. However, the run distance may be individually set.The recommended run distance is a 25 meters. However, the run distance may be individually set.

3 WARM UP March 2011: Judges Help DeskMarch 2011: Judges Help Desk The maximum warm up time is 30 seconds per gymnast multiplied by the number of gymnasts in the group = Total “touch warm up” time.The maximum warm up time is 30 seconds per gymnast multiplied by the number of gymnasts in the group = Total “touch warm up” time. There is no limit for the number of warm-up attempts within the warm up time.There is no limit for the number of warm-up attempts within the warm up time. 3

4 4 8.1 General After receiving the green light or signal from the D1 - judge, the gymnast executes the first vault and then returns to the end of the runway to post the number for her second vault. After the score of the first vault is flashed, she must be ready to immediately begin her second vault.After receiving the green light or signal from the D1 - judge, the gymnast executes the first vault and then returns to the end of the runway to post the number for her second vault. After the score of the first vault is flashed, she must be ready to immediately begin her second vault. The vault begins with a run, an arrival and take-off from the board with two feet, from either a forward position or backward positionThe vault begins with a run, an arrival and take-off from the board with two feet, from either a forward position or backward position No vault with sideward take-off or landing may be submittedNo vault with sideward take-off or landing may be submitted

5 5 Permitted Running Approaches If the gymnast has not touched the springboard and/or the vaulting table:If the gymnast has not touched the springboard and/or the vaulting table: two approaches, when 1 vault is required (third approach not permitted)two approaches, when 1 vault is required (third approach not permitted) three approaches, when 2 vaults are required (fourth approach not permitted).three approaches, when 2 vaults are required (fourth approach not permitted).

6 6 SAFETY COLLAR The gymnast is required to properly use the "safety collar" supplied by the Organizing Committee for round-off entry vaults.The gymnast is required to properly use the "safety collar" supplied by the Organizing Committee for round-off entry vaults.

7 7 Group I – Vault without Saltos Handspring, Yamashita, Round-off with or without LA turns inwith or without LA turns in 1 st and/or 2 nd flight phase1 st and/or 2 nd flight phase

8 8 Group 2 – Handspring Forward With or without 1/1 turn in 1 st flight phaseWith or without 1/1 turn in 1 st flight phase Salto forward or backward with or without LA turn in 2 nd flight phaseSalto forward or backward with or without LA turn in 2 nd flight phase

9 9 Group 3 - Tsukahara Salto backward with or without LA turn in 2 nd flight phaseSalto backward with or without LA turn in 2 nd flight phase (Handspring with ¼ - ½ turn in 1 st flight phase)

10 10 Group 4 – Yurchenko (Round-off) with or without 360° turn in 1 st flight phasewith or without 360° turn in 1 st flight phase Salto Backward with or without LA turn in 2 nd flight phaseSalto Backward with or without LA turn in 2 nd flight phase

11 11 Group 5 – Round off with ½ turn in 1 st flight phase salto forward or backwardsalto forward or backward –With or without LA turn in 2 nd flight phase

12 8.3 Requirements The intended vault number to be flashed (manually or electronically) before the vault is performedThe intended vault number to be flashed (manually or electronically) before the vault is performed In the Qualifying, Team Final and All-Around:In the Qualifying, Team Final and All-Around: One vault must be performed.One vault must be performed. In Qualifying, the 1st vault score counts toward the Team and/or All-Around Total.In Qualifying, the 1st vault score counts toward the Team and/or All-Around Total. The gymnast who wishes to qualify for the Apparatus Final must perform two vaults as per the Apparatus Finals rules.The gymnast who wishes to qualify for the Apparatus Final must perform two vaults as per the Apparatus Finals rules.

13 13 Apparatus Finals The gymnast must perform two vaults, which will be averaged for the final score.The gymnast must perform two vaults, which will be averaged for the final score. The two vaults must show a different Repulsion phase (take off position from the vaulting table) fwd or bwd as follows:The two vaults must show a different Repulsion phase (take off position from the vaulting table) fwd or bwd as follows: Forward RepulsionForward Repulsion Ex: Handspring – ½ Turn Backward Tuck Salto (Cuervo)Ex: Handspring – ½ Turn Backward Tuck Salto (Cuervo) Backward RepulsionBackward Repulsion Ex: Tsukahara – Salto Backward with 1/1 LA TurnEx: Tsukahara – Salto Backward with 1/1 LA Turn

14 14 Apparatus Finals Example for Finals:Example for Finals: 1. If the first vault has a bwd Repulsion phase the choices for the 2 nd would be:1. If the first vault has a bwd Repulsion phase the choices for the 2 nd would be: Round off 1/2 turn on – salto fwd. offRound off 1/2 turn on – salto fwd. off Handspring on – 1/1 turn offHandspring on – 1/1 turn offor 2. If the first vault has a fwd Repulsion phase then the choices for the 2nd vault would be:2. If the first vault has a fwd Repulsion phase then the choices for the 2nd vault would be: Yurchenko — Back Salto StretchedYurchenko — Back Salto Stretched Tsukahara — Back Salto PikedTsukahara — Back Salto Piked

15 CLARIFICATION In the Qualification for the Apparatus Finals and Apparatus Finals: If a gymnast received “0” on her first Vault; the 2 nd Vault is allowed (provided the gymnast registered for 2 Vaults).In the Qualification for the Apparatus Finals and Apparatus Finals: If a gymnast received “0” on her first Vault; the 2 nd Vault is allowed (provided the gymnast registered for 2 Vaults). In the results calculation count 0.00P in CI, for qualification to CII, and to CIV.In the results calculation count 0.00P in CI, for qualification to CII, and to CIV. 15

16 CORRIDOR MARKINGS The guideline for application of the directional deduction (NL #29 – Land in the Corridor but not in the centre of the corridor – 0.10) may be used only if an overhead camera with a screen for review by the Line Judge is available.The guideline for application of the directional deduction (NL #29 – Land in the Corridor but not in the centre of the corridor – 0.10) may be used only if an overhead camera with a screen for review by the Line Judge is available. 16

17 17 CORRIDOR MARKINGS If no overhead camera is available, the evaluation will be made by the Line Judge as follows:If no overhead camera is available, the evaluation will be made by the Line Judge as follows: The direction deductions are taken by the line judge determined by initial contact on landing.The direction deductions are taken by the line judge determined by initial contact on landing.…….0.00 ……… within 5 cms of line or on top of the side line. The line is part of the corridor …… …… …… ……- 0.50

18 18 C-I - Qualifying 1 vault must be performed for1 vault must be performed for –C- I Qualifying, C- II AA and C- IV Team 2 vaults are required for2 vaults are required for –C-I Qualifying to C-III & –C-III Finals –The 2 vaults are averaged If 2 vaults performed the 1 st is used for Qualification to C-II and C-IVIf 2 vaults performed the 1 st is used for Qualification to C-II and C-IV

19 19 C III - DIFFERENT VAULTS 1 st Vault # 2.20 score nd Vault # 4.30 score 13.9 ( ) /2 = 14.3 Final Score Ex.

20 20 Same Repulsion Phase Final Average = Average of both vaults – 2.00 P /2 = 14.9 – 2.00 = 12.9 # 5.10 # 2.30

21 21 C- III only one vault shown:only one vault shown:Evaluation: score of the performed vault divided by 2 = Final Score Ex: 1 st vault score No 2 nd vault No 2 nd vault 11.50/2 = 5.75 Final Score

22 22 Invalid Vaults Run approach with touch on the board or table without execution of vaultRun approach with touch on the board or table without execution of vault No touch on vault tableNo touch on vault table Spotting assistance during the vaultSpotting assistance during the vault Failure to use the safety collar for round- off entry vaultsFailure to use the safety collar for round- off entry vaults Failure to land feet firstFailure to land feet first Note: “0” score recorded by D Panel. (No E Panel function)

23 23 Specific Apparatus Deductions –Touch with only one hand 2.00 P. Video review by the D- Panel and Apparatus Supervisor will automatically occur for every vault that receives –“0” or – 2.00 deduction

24 24 Deductions

25 25 1 st Flight Phase First Flight Phase – For missing degree of the LA turn: Gr.3 with ¼ (90°) Gr.1 & 5 with ½ (180°) turns Gr.1, 2 & 4 with 1/1 (360°) turns 45° 90° >90° Poor TechniquePoor Technique –Hip angle xx –Arch xx Bent kneesBent knees Bent armsBent arms Leg or knee separationLeg or knee separationXXxXXxXx

26 26 Repulsion Phase Poor TechniquePoor Technique –Staggered/alternate hand placement (fwd vts) xx –Shoulder Angle xx –Failure to pass through vertical xx Prescribed LA turn begun too earlyPrescribed LA turn begun too earlyxx

27 27 2 nd Flight Phase HeightHeightxxx0.80 Exactness of LA turnExactness of LA turnx Body PositionBody Position - Failure to maintain stretched body (pike down of stretched vaults) - Failure to maintain stretched body (pike down of stretched vaults) – Insufficient and /or late extension (Tuck and pike vaults ) xxxXx Insufficient length (distance)Insufficient length (distance)xxx

28 28 2 nd Flight Phase Bent knees xxx Leg or knee separation xx

29 29 General Under-rotation of saltoUnder-rotation of salto -No fall X -With fall X Insufficient Dynamic X X XInsufficient Dynamic X X X If gymnast is piking down or fails to open (a pike or tuck vault), then THIS indicates a deduction for dynamics should be taken.If gymnast is piking down or fails to open (a pike or tuck vault), then THIS indicates a deduction for dynamics should be taken.

30 30 Evaluation of Height of Vault Height of Vault determined by rise in center of gravity (deductions 0.10/0.30/0.50/0.80).Height of Vault determined by rise in center of gravity (deductions 0.10/0.30/0.50/0.80). Evaluate according to rise of center of gravity in relation to the vault table.Evaluate according to rise of center of gravity in relation to the vault table. If there is no elevation of center of gravity then the deduction is the maximum 0.80.If there is no elevation of center of gravity then the deduction is the maximum 0.80.

31 31 LA Turn Completion Turns must be completed if not credit the lesser Vault value, e.g:Turns must be completed if not credit the lesser Vault value, e.g: –2½ twist becomes 2/1 twist –2/1 twist becomes 1½ twist –1½ twist becomes 1/1 twist

32 32 SALTO FORWARD STRETCHED WITH LA TURN SALTO FORWARD STRETCHED WITH LA TURN A "snap" (hollow or slightly piked body position) immediately following the repulsion is biomechanically acceptable.A "snap" (hollow or slightly piked body position) immediately following the repulsion is biomechanically acceptable. Guideline for the Recognition of fwd Salto piked vaults with more than ½ LA turn:Guideline for the Recognition of fwd Salto piked vaults with more than ½ LA turn: 2nd flight phase: If the execution of the LA Turn begins near the end of the execution of piked salto, recognize piked salto fwd vault.

33 Recognition of Piked Saltos 33 If gymnast shows bent legs greater than 135 ⁰ (when she is in the inverted position), consider tucked.


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