Thanks for sharing! These are pretty neat
Wow...that is impressive.....good learning tool.......
Thanks SkateFiguring. This is very 'educational' and interesting to me as I am wanting to understand this sport and its marking criteria better. Time for some serious study.
I'd like to thank you for all the cool links you've posted in numerous threads and this one!
Neat! Thank you!
Thanks a lot for posting the links!
Wow. This is really cool! I often watch programs after events with protocols side by side. This is a logical next step.
It's interesting to note that Wagner's placement of her spiral allowed her to milk it for all the points she possibly could, thus giving her a 0.70 GOE advantage over Asada whose spiral is tacked on at the end as almost an afterthought. It may be a devalued element, but it can still help rack up points. In Ashley's case, it garnered more points than two spins and her step sequence.
Since my original thread, ayo2ayo has included a series of Ladies' elements with scoring from 2011 Worlds.
step sequence; WC 2011 Ladies SP
Pull down her/his whole series of 13 videos to see them all.
These too, by Christinael are educational
Layback Spins IJS Level 4
Combo Spins with Change of Foot IJS Level 4: JGP Budapest
Flying Sit Spins IJS Level 4: JGP Budapest Ladies SP
Last edited by Violet Bliss; 02-29-2012 at 10:39 PM.
Thanks SF. ZPlease keep these videos coming. I may not enough time to see them right now but I will come back to see them soon (too many deadlines in office right now).