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Discussion in 'College Cheerleading, NCATA, & STUNT' started by Sterling von Shimmer, Jan 9, 2020.

  1. AndyT_T

    AndyT_T Slow your roll, Sparkle.

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    True, but the athletes could always do what I did when I won nationals. I “lost” my uniform in Daytona and my program just made me pay the replacement fee to get a new one from Varsity.


    Silly me after I paid the fee I found it back at home in a shadow box! I don’t know how I misplaced it when it was hanging on my wall, I’d lose my head if it wasn’t attached to my shoulders ;)

    A lot of the graduating seniors “lost” their unis when we won lol
     
  2. Sterling von Shimmer

    Sterling von Shimmer When all else fails.... I shimmy

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    I have a question: when the guy hurt himself at NCA and they stopped the routine, did Navarro incur a tumble deduction?
     
  3. luv2cheer92

    luv2cheer92 Moderator Staff Member Bracket Winner Video Curator

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    They had a .25 deduction, so could be that.
     
  4. Sterling von Shimmer

    Sterling von Shimmer When all else fails.... I shimmy

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    Generally speaking, if there’s an injury resulting from a tumble/stunt bust that’s so bad you have to stop the routine, do you incur the deduction that you normally would? Or does having to stop the routine change that? Like the situation is already so bad that they’ll let it slide? And if so, can/do people exploit that?
     
  5. luv2cheer92

    luv2cheer92 Moderator Staff Member Bracket Winner Video Curator

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    If the bust causes the injury, you get the deduction. If you get injured when you land, but then go down because of the injury, you do not get a deduction. It has to be a clear landing before you go down though to not count.