New Zealand Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Competition Handbook 2018

New Zealand Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Competition Handbook 2018

New Zealand Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Competition Handbook 2018

New Zealand Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Competition Handbook 2018 (Including Double Mini Trampoline and Tumbling)

Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook About This Handbook This document has been created for competitive athletes, coaches and judges as a technical guide to sanctioned competitions in New Zealand. Included in this handbook you will find information on the following topics:
  • Competition Structure
  • Sanctioned Competition Divisions
  • Competition Format for Sanctioned Competitions
  • Judges and Judging Panels
  • General Competition Rules
  • New Zealand requirements for Trampoline, Double Mini Trampoline and Tumbling
  • 2018 National Qualifying scores
  • 2018 iTracss Qualifying scores

Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Competition Structure The following diagram sets out the New Zealand competition structure The disciplines of Individual Trampoline (TRA), Synchronized Trampoline (SYN), Double Mini Trampoline (DMT) and Tumbling (TUM) may be contested at Sanctioned Competitions. The National Championships is Sanctioned and governed by Gymnastics New Zealand (GNZ). Information can be found on the website www.gymnasticsnz.com. Achievement of the qualification mark at a sanctioned competition is required for eligibility to enter National Championships.

North and South Island Championships and Regional Championships are granted sanction, provided they meet the GNZ sanctioned competition requirements, available from the GNZ Event Manager. Special trial events may be held during the year as required. Club events and non-sanctioned competitions have no regulated qualification criteria. Clubs are encouraged to run their own events (competitions, badge day, novice challenges, interclub events etc.). This document does not govern those events.

Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Sanctioned Competition Divisions Divisions At sanctioned competitions, athletes may choose to enter 1.

Age Division, or 2. International Division An athlete may compete in the Age Division for one discipline at a sanctioned competition, and the International Division for another. Age Division Age division will be available at all sanctioned competition, and the National Championships. There are five age groups in this Division. Age Division 10 Years and Under 11-12 Years 13-14 Years 15-16 Years 17 Years and Over The age of the athlete is taken at 31 December. For example, to compete in the 11-12 years age division; the athlete must be 11 or 12 at 31 December in the year of competition.

International Division International Division will be available at all sanctioned competitions and the National Championships. There are four sections within the International Division International Division Youth (10-12 Years) Sub Junior (13-14 Years) Junior (15 Years and Over) Senior (15 Years and Over) Athletes must be at least 10 years old on 31 December in the year of competition to be eligible to compete in the International Division.

Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Competition Format for Sanctioned Competitions The competition format set out below is a summary of that listed in the TRA FIG COP for all sanctioned competitions; with the exception of, divisions, minimum DD, finals, and equipment set up for DMT and Tumble.

The full format can be found at www.fig-gymnastics.com under ‘Rules’, ‘Disciplines’, ‘Trampoline’ – TRA COP 2017-2020. Judges, coaches and athletes should be familiar with these rules.

  • Individual Trampoline
  • Trampoline competitions comprise of three (3) routines with ten (10) elements in each routine. o A routine on the trampoline is characterised by high, continuous rhythmic feet to feet and feet to back, front, or seat, and rotational jumping elements, without hesitation or intermediate straight bounces. o A trampoline routine should be planned to demonstrate a variety of forward and backward twisting or non-twisting elements. The routine should show good form, execution, height, maintenance of height, and opening in all elements to demonstrate perfect control of the body during the flying phase.
  • Qualifying Round o There are two (2) routines in the Qualifying Round. The first routine includes special requirements. ▪ First Routine International Division includes both free and special requirements – the order is at the discretion of the athlete. Senior International has execution andcounting difficulty while Youth, Sub Junior and Junior only the execution score counts. Penalties apply for missing requirements in the first routine. Age Division has a compulsory routine for the first routine. Compulsory routines are interrupted if not executed in the order written on the card. ▪ Second Routine This is a voluntary routine with execution and DD counting. o The starting order for the Qualifying Round is decided by a draw. The gymnasts will be divided into groups of no more than sixteen (16) per group, with each group performing their first and second routines prior to the next group starting the Qualifying Round.
  • Finals o There is one (1) voluntary routine in the Final as per §5.1.3 (FIG) o The gymnasts (the pairs in synchronised competition) with the eight (8) best scores from the Qualifying Round will go forward to the Final. In the event of ties, see Reg 4.4.2, Section 4 (FIG) o The starting order for the Final will be in order of merit, the gymnast with the lowest score in the Qualifying Round going first. In the event of ties, see Reg. 4.4.1 of TR, Section 4 (FIG). Synchronised Trampoline
  • A synchronised pair consists of two (2) women or two (2) men.
  • A gymnast may only compete in one (1) synchronised pair.
  • Synchronised competitions will consist of a Qualifying Round and a Final as per Individual Trampoline. The nature of the qualifying round and final is at the discretion of the Organizing Committee.
  • Partners must do the same element at the same time (see §16.1.9.1 FIG) and must start facing in the same direction. Twists do not need to be in the same direction.
  • Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Double Mini Trampoline
  • Double Mini-Trampoline (DMT) competitions comprise four (4) passes with two (2) elements in each pass. o A pass on the DMT is characterised by high, continuous rhythmic feet to feet rotational jumping elements, without hesitation or intermediate straight bounces. o A DMT pass should be planned to demonstrate a variety of forward and backward twisting or non-twisting elements. The pass should show good control, form, execution, height and maintenance of height.
  • o In a pass a maximum of three (3) contacts with the bed are allowed with no intermediate bounce between the elements. o Each pass must end with a dismount element performed from the spotter/dismount zone to the landing area.
  • Qualifying Round o There are two (2) passes in the Qualifying Round. o The starting order for the Qualifying Round is decided by draw as per §1.2.2 (FIG) o In Age, Youth, Sub Junior and Junior International Divisions the maximum FIG DD for any one element applies for all passes.
  • o Minimum DD over two passes for all International Divisions apply. Penalties will be applied for not achieving these.
  • Finals o There are two (2) passes in the Individual Final o The gymnasts with the eight (8) best scores from the Qualifying Round will go forward to the Final. o The starting order for the Final will be in order of merit, the gymnast with the lowest score in the Qualifying Round going first. In the event of ties, see Reg. 4.4.6 (TR), Section 4 (FIG). Tumbling
  • Tumbling competitions comprise of three (3) passes with five (5) elements in Age Division, and eight (8) elements in International Division, in each pass. Senior International four (4) passes. o Tumbling is characterised by continuous speedy, rhythmic hand(s) to feet, and feet to feet, rotational jumping elements without hesitation or intermediate steps. o A tumbling pass should be planned to demonstrate a variety of forward, backward and sideward elements. The pass should show good control, form, execution and maintenance of tempo.
  • Qualifying Round o There are two (2) voluntary passes in the Qualifying Round with no repetition of elements allowed in either pass. ▪ Age Division has a compulsory pass for the first routine. Compulsory routines are interrupted if not executed in the order written on the card. Execution only counting for this pass ▪ Second Pass – this is a voluntary routine with execution and difficulty counting. o The starting order for the Qualifying Round is decided by draw as per §1.2.2 (FIG)
  • Finals o There is one (1) voluntary pass in the Final with no repetition of elements allowed in either pass. Senior International will compete two (2) voluntary passes in the final. o The gymnasts with the eight (8) best scores from the Qualifying Round will go forward to the Final.

o The starting order for the Final will be in order of merit, the gymnast with the lowest score in the Qualifying Round going first. In the event of ties, see Reg. 4.4.4(TR), Section 4 (FIG).

Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Winner The winner in all disciplines is the athlete or pair with the best cumulative score obtained from the Qualifying and Final Rounds.

  • Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Judges and Judging Panels International Competition 1. The Technical Committee Judging Advisor will appoint a Chief Judge for the duration of the Competition 2. The Chair of any Judging Panel is to hold the qualification of Senior Judge or higher. 3. There must be at least three (3) Judges holding the qualification of Senior Judge or higher in addition to the Chair of the Panel 4. The Time of Flight (ToF) judge is to hold a minimum qualification of Elementary Judge or be a trained person approved by the Judging Advisor 5. The Horizontal Displacement (HD) judge is to hold a minimum qualification of Elementary Judge or be a trained person approved by the Judging Advisor 6. One Difficulty judge is to hold the qualification of Senior Advanced DD judge or higher 7. Notification of Judges Panels is covered in the General Obligations of Sanctioned Competition Host. Panel construction – Trampoline Individual Synchronised Chair of Judges Panel (ToF, HD, Syn) 1 1 Judges for Execution with HD Device 6 6 Judges for Execution without HD Device 4 4 HD Judges when no device operating 2 2 Judges for Difficulty 2 2 Total Judges 9 9 Panel construction – DMT & Tumbling Double Mini Tumbling Chair of Judges Panel 1 1 Judges for Execution 6 6 Judges for Difficulty 2 2 Total Judges 8 8 Age Group Competition All New Zealand Age Group competitions (with the exclusion of the Gymnastics New Zealand National Championships) will comprise of the following structure for judging panels: Individual Trampoline
  • 1 Chair/ToF/HD control – minimum senior judge
  • 2 execution judges – minimum of 1 Senior, 1 any level
  • 1 DD judge – minimum of Senior or Junior Advanced
  • 1 HD judge – any level – if manual system is being used *PLEASE NOTE: In the 2018 competition season, ALL HD will need to be judged manually. Synchronised Trampoline
  • 1 Chair - minimum senior judge
  • 2 execution judges - minimum 2 junior judges
  • 2 DD judges - minimum 1 senior DD judge
  • Additional junior judge may be used if needed but not compulsory
  • Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Double Mini Trampoline and Tumbling
  • 3 execution judges - a minimum of 1 senior judge, 1 junior judge, 1 elementary judge
  • 1 DD judge - minimum senior DD judge.
  • Additional junior judge may be used if needed but not compulsory Chair may be either the senior form judge or an additional senior judge Score Calculation Trampoline Score = Execution (E) (max 20 points) + Horizontal Displacement (H) (max 10 points) + Difficulty (D) + Time of Flight (T) – Penalty E mark is calculated by the two median marks of the execution judges added together Synchronised Score = E (max 10 points) + H (max 10 points) + Synchronicity (S) (20 points) + D – Penalty E mark is calculated by the median mark for each gymnast is averaged to give the pairs execution mark DMT Score = E (max 30 points) + D – Penalty E mark is calculated by the three median marks of the execution judges added together Tumbling Score = E (max 30 points) + D – Penalty E mark is calculated by the three median marks of the execution judges added together Club Requirements for Providing Judges All Clubs with athletes entered in a competition are required to supply appropriately qualified judges to serve on the judging panels.

Each Club is required to provide judges in the ratio of one judge for every group of 10 athletes or group of less than 10 athletes. Consequently, the number of judges a Club is required to provide will vary with the number of athletes it has entered in the competition. Clubs may substitute suitably qualified judges from other clubs in order to meet the number of judges required. Clubs with small numbers of entrants may combine to provide judges between them. Any Club which does not provide the correct number of judges will be required to pay a fine of $200 to the competition organiser for each judge they do not provide.

Clubs will not be liable for the $200 fine during the first year of competition in which they have athletes in sanctioned competitions. Number of Judges to be Provided by a Club Number of Athletes Entered Number of Judges Provided 1 – 10 1 11 – 20 2 21 – 30 3 31 – 40 4 41 – 50 5

Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook General Rules Division Rules Athletes enter in the Division in which they wish to compete, in each discipline. An athlete may choose to compete in the Age Division for one discipline and the International Division in another. Example: An athlete could compete in 13-14 years for Individual Trampoline and Sub Junior for Double Mini Trampoline. Qualification for National Championships Age Division An Age Division athlete who makes the Nationals qualifying score for Age Division at a sanctioned competition is eligible to attend Nationals in the Age Division only.

The athlete may subsequently enter the International Division at a sanctioned competition within that calendar year in order to seek the qualification mark for International Division.

If the athlete then makes the Nationals qualifying score for the International Division by competing in the International Division in a sanctioned completion, they must compete International Division at Nationals and any other subsequent events. Note: The athlete must compete at National Championships at the highest level they achieved qualification for. International Division An International Division athlete who makes the Nationals qualifying score for International Division at a sanctioned competition must compete International Division at Nationals.

Safety Net Ruling If an athlete does not make the National qualifying mark for the International Division they may apply to the Technical Committee for dispensation to compete in Age Division at Nationals.

Synchronised Trampoline Pairs Any athlete who qualifies for individual trampoline is eligible to enter Synchro at Nationals in the same division in which they qualified individual (ie there is NO specific synchro requirement to qualify for National Championships) The senior partner of the pair determines the section within the division the pair will enter. It will not be compulsory to run Synchro at National Sanctioned Competitions, however it is for World Age & Championships qualifying competitions.

Age Division: synchronised trampoline pair’s section of entry within the Division is determined by the older athlete’s age International Division: synchronised trampoline pair’s section of entry within the Division is determined by the more senior partner of the pair. Example: A 13-14 Age Division athlete who wishes to compete synchronised trampoline with a 15- 16 Age Division athlete must enter 15-16 synchronised trampoline.

Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Movement Between Divisions Once an athlete has competed in an International Division in TRA, DMT or TUM at a sanctioned competition they are expected to remain in that Division and may only return to a lower Division under extraordinary conditions.

A request in writing will be considered by the Technical Committee and written approval must be obtained before entering in the lower Division. Failure to make such request prior to the competition will result in disqualification of the athlete from the competition.

Coaches need to seriously consider their athlete’s ability to move up to the International Division before they attempt to do so. If an athlete is due to move from either Youth International to Sub Junior International, or Sub Junior International to Junior International, and does not have the skill ability to do so, they do not need to apply for a dispensation to return back to the Age Division. Medals and Championship Titles Medals will be awarded to the first 3 place getters only, regardless of their Regional or Island allegiance. Any appropriate regional trophy will be awarded to the top place getter from the region.

In a scenario where no South Islanders are in the Top 8 of the South Island Championships then the trophy would go to the highest placed South Islander in the preliminary round.

Trampoline Equipment Norms As outlined by FIG Apparatus Norms (www.fig-gymnastics.com), equipment used in Gymnastics New Zealand sanctioned events must meet an acceptable condition for the safety and performance of athletes. The exceptions to the FIG rules are as follows:
  • iTracss competitions must have a minimum of one (1) Ultimate Euro Trampoline
  • There is NO requirement for the DMT or Tumble panels to be raised
  • There is NO requirement for the judges to be 5-7m from the equipment, although safety of the athletes must be considered
  • An Airtrack may be used for Tumble competitions
  • Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Trampoline Requirements Age Division Compulsory Trampoline Routines 2018 Group A Set Routine consisting of Group A Set Routine consisting of 10 & Under 1. Half twist into seat drop 2. Half twist to feet from seat 3. Straddle jump 4. Half twist jump (s) 5. Pike jump 6. Front drop 7. To feet from front 8. Tuck jump 9. Back drop 10. To feet from back 11-12 Years 1. Back somersault (t) 2. Straddle jump 3. Front drop 4. To feet from front 5. Tuck jump 6. Back drop 7. Half twist to feet from back 8. Pike jump 9. Half twist jump 10. Front somersault (t) 13-14 Years 1. Back somersault (s) 2. Half twist into seat drop 3. Half twist into seat drop 4. To feet from seat 5. Straddle jump 6. Half twist into front drop 7. To feet from front 8. Tuck jump 9. Back somersault (t) 10. Barani (t) 15-16 Years 1. Back somersault (p) 2. Barani (p) 3. Half twist to seat drop 4. Half twist to feet from seat 5. Tuck jump 6. Back somersault (t) 7. Barani (t) 8. Straddle jump 9. 3⁄4 back somersault 10. To feet from front 17 Years & Over
  • 10 different elements
  • no more than two element with less than a 270 somersault rotation
  • at least one skill to a front or back landing with a minimum rotation of 270
  • at least one skill from a front or back landing with a minimum rotation of 270 requirements 3 & 4 cannot be fulfilled by combining them into one element but must be meet in separate elements.
  • Penalties Athletes in all grades except 17 years & Over, must complete their routine in the order shown. If an athlete changes the given order of elements, their routine will stop being marked from the point at which the order was changed. In 17 Years and Over the following penalties will apply (applied by the DD judge):
  • Missing requirements in first routine 2.0
  • Repeated element in first routine 2.0

Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook International 1st Voluntary Requirements Division Age Group Set Routine Youth 10-12 Year Olds 11-12 WAG Set Sub Junior 13-14 Year Olds 13-14 WAG Set Junior 15+ Year Olds FIG B Set Senior 15+ Year Olds FIG A Set Youth International The routine consists of ten (10) different elements, only two (2) elements allowed with less than 270° somersault rotation.

1. One (1) element landing on the front of the body, 2. One (1) element landing on the back of the body. Sub Junior International The routine consists of ten (10) different elements, only one (1) element allowed with less than 270° somersault rotation.

  • 1. A back somersault with full twist, 2. One (1) element landing on the front of the body, 3. One (1) element landing on the back of the body. Junior International The routine consists of ten (10) different elements, only one (1) element allowed with less than 270° somersault rotation. 1. One (1) element to front or back, 2. One (1) element from front or back - in combination with requirement No. 1, 3. One (1) double front or back somersault with or without twist, 4. One (1) element with a minimum of 540o of twist and minimum of 360° somersault rotation. Senior International The routine consists of 10 different elements, each with a minimum of 270° somersault rotation. Additional Requirements for International Division Youth, Sub Junior and Junior International
  • Each element meeting the requirement must be marked with an asterisk (*) on the competition card.
  • The requirements cannot be fulfilled by combining them into one element but must be performed as separate elements.
  • Senior International
  • Each competitor must mark four (4) elements with an asterisk (*) on their competition cards. The Degree of Difficulty (DD) marks for these four elements will be added to the competitor’s execution score to the competitor’s total score for their first routine.
  • A competitor may choose to perform skills different than those marked with an asterisk without penalty. The DD of the skills performed in substitution of the asterisked elements will then be used to calculate the competitor’s total score for their first routine.
  • Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook
  • None of the four (4) skills asterisked or their substitutes may be repeated in the Voluntary routine of the Preliminary round. If such a skill is repeated, the difficulty of each repeated skill will not be counted towards the competitor’s total score for their second routine. Penalties Missing requirements in first routine 2.0 Repeated element in first routine 2.0 Double Mini Requirements Minimum difficulty requirements for New Zealand Nationals over first two passes Division Men Women Senior 11.2 9.6 Junior 5.6 5.6 Sub Junior 4.8 4.8 Youth 3.3 3.3 Penalties Not achieving minimum DD requirements over prelim passes 1.0

Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Tumbling Requirements Age Division Tumble Requirements 10 YEARS & UNDER 11 – 12 YEARS 13 – 14 YEARS 15 – 16 YEARS 17 + YEARS Compulsory Pass Compulsory Pass Compulsory Pass Compulsory Pass Compulsory Pass Round Off Back Handspring Back Handspring Back Handspring Back Tuck Salto Round Off Back Handspring Back Handspring Back Handspring Back Tuck Salto Round Off Back Handspring Back Handspring Back Handspring Back Pike Salto Round Off Back Handspring Back Handspring Back Handspring Back Straight Salto Round Off Back Handspring Back Handspring Back Handspring Back Straight Salto Voluntary Pass Voluntary Pass Voluntary Pass Voluntary Pass Voluntary Pass Minimum DD: 1.0 Minimum DD: 1.0 Minimum DD: 1.3 Minimum DD: 1.3 Minimum DD: 1.3 Penalties Athletes in all ages must complete their routine in the order shown.

If an athlete changes the given order of elements, their routine will stop being marked from the point at which the order was changed. International Division Requirements YOUTH INTERNATIONAL SUB JUNIOR INTERNATIONAL SALTO PASS TWISTING PASS SALTO PASS TWISTING PASS Pass must include: One (1) Salto (Whip Backs will be considered a salto) Pass must include: One (1) Twisting Salto with a minimum of 180° Twist (NO Bonus) Pass must include: 1 Salto (Whip Backs will be considered a salto) Pass must include: One (1) Twisting Salto with a minimum of 180° Twist (NO Bonus) MINIMUM DD Over two (2) passes: 2.6 MINIMUM DD Over two (2) passes: 2.6 JUNIOR INTERNATIONAL SENIOR INTERNATIONAL SALTO PASS TWISTING PASS SALTO PASS TWISTING PASS Pass must include: Two (2) Salto’s (Whip Backs will be considered a salto in one (1) occurrence only Pass must include: One (1) Twisting Salto of a minimum of 360° Pass must include: Three (3) Salto’s (Whip Backs will be considered a salto in one (1) occurrence only Pass must include: Two (2) Twisting Salto of a minimum of 360° MINIMUM DD Over two (2) passes: 4.0 MINIMUM DD Over two (2) passes: 6.0 Penalties Insufficient twist in Twisting Pass 3.0

Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Bonuses AGE YOUTH AND SUB JUNIOR INTERNATIONAL JUNIOR INTERNATIONAL SENIOR INTERNATIONAL 0.5 points per Whipback 0.5 points per Whipback 1.0 points for each double salto FIG – Women- 1.0 points bonus for two multiple somersaults 0.5 points for each twisting salto of at least 360° 0.5 points for each twisting salto of at least 360° 1.0 points for each double salto 1.0 points for each double salto

National Championship Qualification Scores 2018 Nationals Qualifying Scores 2018 Group Trampoline Men Trampoline Women DMT Men DMT Women Tumbling Men Tumbling Women Score Min.

DD Score Min. DD Score Min. DD Score Min. DD Score Min. DD Score Min. DD Senior International 91.0 16.0 87.5 13.5 65.5 11.2 62.5 9.6 54.0 6.0 54.0 6.0 Junior International 85.5 n/a 83.5 n/a 62.5 5.6 61.0 5.6 53.0 4.0 53.0 4.0 Sub Junior International 81.5 n/a 80.5 n/a 60.0 4.8 60.0 4.8 52.0 2.6 52.0 2.6 Youth International 78.5 n/a 78.5 n/a 59.5 3.3 59.5 3.3 51.5 2.6 51.5 2.6 17+ Years 77.5 n/a 76.5 n/a 59.0 n/a 59.0 n/a 54.0 1.3 54.0 1.3 15-16 Years 76.0 n/a 75.5 n/a 59.0 n/a 59.0 n/a 53.5 1.3 53.5 1.3 13-14 Years 74.5 n/a 74.5 n/a 58.5 n/a 58.5 n/a 53.0 1.3 53.0 1.3 11-12 Years 73.5 n/a 73.5 n/a 58.0 n/a 58.0 n/a 52.0 1.0 52.0 1.0 10&Under Years 50.5 n/a 50.5 n/a 57.5 n/a 57.5 n/a 51.0 1.0 51.0 1.0 Difficulty Limitation for Age, Youth, Sub Junior and Junior International As per World Age Group rules the following difficulty limitation apply in a single element TRA 11-12 years: 1.5 pts 13-14 years: 1.7 pts 15-16 years: 1.8 pts 17-21 years: 1.8 pts TUM 11-12 years: 2.7 pts 13-14 years: 3.5 pts 15-16 years: 4.3 pts 17-21 years: 4.3 pts DMT 11-12 years: 3.6 pts 13-14 years: 4.4 pts 15-16 years: 4.6 pts 17-21 years: 4.6

ITRACSS iTRACSS has seven Levels. These Levels and their associated competitions are:
  • Level 7 Olympic Games
  • Level 6 World Open Championships
  • Level 5 World Cup Events
  • Level 4 Pacific Rim Championships, Indo Pacific Championships (Senior Grades)
  • Level 3 World Age Championships, Youth Olympic Festivals
  • Level 2 Indo Pacific Championships(Age Grades)
  • Level 1 Australian National Championships and the national championships of other countries

Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Individual Trampoline - Men Group Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff Senior 95.5 17.0 - 100.0 18.0 104.0 19.0 106.0 20.0 Junior - 95.0 11.5 96.0 11.0 - 17+ (Seniors) 89.0 - 93.0 - 97.5 12.5 - 17+ 89.0 - 93.0 - 98.0 12.5 - 15-16 87.0 - 91.0 - 95.0 11.5 - 13-14 85.0 - 88.0 - 91.0 10.5 - 11-12 81.0 - 83.5 - 87.5 8.5 - 10&U 78.5 - Individual Trampoline - Women Group Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff Senior 94.0 14.0 - 94.0 14.0 96.0 15.0 98.0 16.0 Junior - 91.5 10.0 91.5 10.0 - 17+ (Seniors) 87.0 - 91.0 - 94.0 12.0 - 17+ 87.0 - 89.5 - 93.5 11.0 - 15-16 86.0 - 88.0 - 91.5 10.0 - 13-14 83.0 - 86.0 - 89.5 9.0 - 11-12 81.0 - 83.5 - 87.5 8.0 - 10&U 78.5 - Qualification score calculation: Score = Set and either prelims or finals voluntary.

Diff = difficulty from the counting voluntary routine

Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Synchronised Trampoline - Men Group Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff Senior - Junior - 17 - 46.5 - 15-16 - 45.0 - 13-14 - 43.5 - 11-12 - 43.0 - 10&U - Synchronised Trampoline - Women Group Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff Senior - Junior - 17 - 44.5 - 15-16 - 44.0 - 13-14 - 43.5 - 11-12 - 42.0 - 10&U - Qualification score calculation: Total score of any Voluntary routine

Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Double Mini Trampoline - Men Group Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff Senior 66.0 12.0 - 69.0 14.5 69.0 15.5 71.0 16.4 Junior - 68.0 13.5 68.0 14.0 - - 17+ 63.5 8.8 65.5 11.2 68.0 14.0 - 15-16 62.5 7.6 65.5 10.4 68.0 12.8 - 13-14 61.0 5.6 63.5 7.6 66.0 10.4 - 11-12 60.0 4.6 61.0 6.0 62.5 7.6 - 10&U 59.0 - Double Mini Trampoline - Women Group Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff Senior 63.0 9.6 - 67.0 12.0 Junior - 17+ 61.0 6.4 63.0 8.8 65.0 10.4 - 15-16 61.0 6.4 63.0 8.2 68.0 10.0 - 13-14 60.5 4.6 62.0 6.4 63.0 8.8 - 11-12 60.0 3.4 60.5 4.6 61.0 6.0 - 10&U 59.0 - Qualification score calculation: Score = Any two passes from prelims and/or finals.

Diff = difficulty from the counting passes

Gymnastics New Zealand – Trampoline Gymnastics Technical Handbook Tumbling - Men Group Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff Senior 55.5 8.0 60.0 8.5 - - 67.0 12.0 69.0 14.0 71.0 16.0 Junior - 65.0 10.0 - 17+ 54.0 6.0 57.5 8.0 61.5 8.0 - 15-16 53.5 5.5 57.0 7.5 61.0 7.0 - 13-14 53.0 5.0 56.5 7.0 60.0 7.0 - 11-12 52.5 4.5 56.0 6.5 60.0 6.5 - 10&U 52.0 4.5 - Tumbling - Women Group Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff iTRACSS Score iTRACSS Diff Senior 55.5 8.0 60.0 8.5 - - 62.5 10.0 63.0 11.0 63.5 12.0 Junior - 61.5 9.0 - 17+ 54.0 6.0 56.5 7.0 66.5 13.5 - 15-16 53.5 5.5 56.0 6.5 65.0 11.0 - 13-14 53.0 5.0 55.5 6.0 62.0 9.0 - 11-12 52.5 4.5 55.0 5.5 60.0 6.5 - 10&U 52.0 4.5 - Qualification score calculation: Score = Any two passes from prelims and/or finals.

Diff = difficulty from the counting passes

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