Level 4, 5 Or None?

Discussion in 'Is this legal?' started by KPep, Mar 1, 2018.

  1. KPep

    KPep Slow your roll, Sparkle.

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    Okay so I am arguing with another coach about a transition.

    Ball-up 1/2 to two leg extended stunt. It begins at prep level. I say it would be legal at level 5 but would not count as level appropriate.


    Every release move for level 5 on the Varsity grid ends on a one-leg extended stunt but there is nothing about two-leg. Can someone help me?
     
  2. FamousxMindset

    FamousxMindset Slow your roll, Sparkle.

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    It would be a level appropriate level 5 skill.

    I've always thought if it wasn't a legal skill in the previous level (in this example L4) it is automatically a level appropriate skill in following level (in this example L5).
     
  3. KPep

    KPep Slow your roll, Sparkle.

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    But isn't there a difference between legal and level appropriate? Ex: A round-off cartwheel is now illegal in level 1 but is not level appropriate in level 2...
     
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    FamousxMindset Slow your roll, Sparkle.

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    Well tumbling is different. I have seen actual clarifications about tumbling especially the level 2 bhs step out debacle and some one asked if a L3 athlete competed just a hand spring step out ro handspring would that be scored as level appropriate and we were told no. This was on a Varsity scoring judging call though.

    For stunting I would believe an illegal skill in the previous level is automatically a level appropriate skill in following level. Like a bwo from a cradle position is illegal for l2 and first legal in L3 also level appropriate skill. All of the level appropriate skills on the scoring rubric are first legal in that level ex. level high to high lib to lib is level appropriate and first legal in L5.
     
  5. KPep

    KPep Slow your roll, Sparkle.

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    I appreciate your input. Looking at the Varsity scoresheet, no release move ends on a two-leg extended stunt so I wasn't sure. Thank you!
     
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    It would be level appropriate for level 5. Per the Varsity score sheet a release style 1/2 twisting ball up to extended body position is listed. That would count as a two leg extended stunt.


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  7. KPep

    KPep Slow your roll, Sparkle.

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    But I guess that difficulty-wise they would not score the same... right? I mean since it ends on both legs.