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What means A, B, or C..etc, Difficulty in code of points in Gymnastics

What means A, B, or C..etc, Difficulty in code of points in Gymnastics

Created in: 2023-07-15 09:35:21 | Updated in: 2023-07-15 09:47:30 || Visitors: 1232

In gymnastics, "A difficulty" refers to a specific level of difficulty assigned to a skill, or an element performed by a gymnast. Difficulty levels are used to assess and compare the complexity and technicality of different skills within a routine.

In the scoring system used in gymnastics, each skill or element is assigned a letter value, ranging from A to J. The letter A represents the lowest level of difficulty, while the letter J represents the highest level of difficulty.

That means the letter A will get a value of 0.1 and B will get 0.2 and so on every letter will get more 0.1 than previous letter.

The assigned letter value is based on factors such as the technical requirements, body position, number of revolutions or flips, and level of control needed to successfully execute the skill.

These difficulty values contribute to a gymnast's overall score, along with other performance factors like execution, artistry, and composition. The more difficult skills a gymnast includes in their routine, the higher potential for a higher difficulty score. However, it is important to maintain quality execution and landings to maximize the score received for both difficulty and execution.

It is worth noting that the difficulty value assigned to skills may change over time as new elements are introduced or the scoring system evolves. Gymnastics organizations and governing bodies periodically update and adjust the difficulty values to ensure a fair and accurate assessment of the gymnasts' skills and routines.

Gymnasts, coaches and Judges must know the difficulty for each element, In our website we offer a game to help you memorize the difficulties in this link Click here for PC and click here for Mobile

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