This season there is no such excuse anymore, so I decided to check if the statistical indicators have improved. I used the same rules as a year ago - to recognize an element as unsuccessful, it is enough to fulfill at least one of the following conditions:

1) The GOE value is negative.

2) The judges reduced the basic value of the element.

3) The skater performed a simpler element instead of the planned one (for example, 2Lz instead of 3Lz).

To improve accuracy, I recalculated the statistics for 2021 and 2022, which corrected several errors. However, this practically did not change the final results.

So, the first table, which displays the statistics of solo triple jumps in 2021:

**Table J2021**

The numbers in brackets are the number of successful attempts to execute the elements, and “efficiency” is a conditional value, proportion of successfully completed jumps, expressed in percents.

A total of 42 athletes took part in six Grand Prix tournaments in 2021, of which 15 competed at one stage and the remaining 27 at two stages. All of these skaters performed 252 solo triple jumps. 164 of these attemts were successful. Thus, the average efficiency for these elements was 65.08%.

The 2021 competition differed from the two subsequent Grand Prix series in that it included 9 Russian figure skaters (six girls performed at two stages and three girls at one). Statistics on the performance of solo triple jumps by Russian figure skaters look like this:

Table J2021R

A total of 46 jumps were performed, of which 41 were successful. The average efficiency was 89.13%.

Statistics on the performance of solo triple jumps by figure skaters from all other countries:

Table J2021WR

A total of 206 jumps were performed, of which 123 were successful. The average efficiency was 59.71%.

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*will be continued in the next post*]