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    Olympic scoring protocols

    Where can I find the detailed protocols for the Olympics? I can't seem to find them on the ISU's website (perhaps I'm blind to it?) I did see detailed scoring on the Vancouver2010 website, but it doesn't have the "e"s and "!"s and other minutiae that I'm looking for.

    Also, doesn't the ISU have a page that tells who the judges and technical specialists are for the Olympics?
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    Protocols go up on the ISU page not long after the free skate ends.

    Here's for the Olympics.

    It'll also list the judges, eventually.

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    Ahhhhh, there they are! Thanks so much Moxie. Is it just me or were they not accessible through isu.org?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raatkirani View Post
    Ahhhhh, there they are! Thanks so much Moxie. Is it just me or were they not accessible through isu.org?
    No prob.
    I looked and couldn't find it on the main page either. Only had it bookmarked because someone else linked to it earlier. The whole website is just a mess navigation-wise.

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    I hate how the protocols aren't posted until after all segments of a competition are completed. I wish they would have them up after each segment.

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    Yes, it is because the anonim and random judging. They don't want anybody to find out, who gave which points, before the whole event has finished not to try to take any "intervention" possible...
    In this way I find it fair ( as long as anonim, random judging you can call fair.)

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    NBC has the protocols up after each segment, youdon't have to wait until the event is over. Here's the men's short program:

    http://www.nbcolympics.com/figure-sk...=analysis.html

    Oh, and the Vancouver 2010 website also has the detailed results. By expanding the "+" next to each skater, you can see their scores, planned and executed elements:

    http://www.vancouver2010.com/olympic...m010201uH.html

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