Snowboard Slopestyle Judging Approach

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ISSSC 2012 Snowboard Brief
 Slopestyle
 Judging Criteria / Scoring / Deductions / Comp format
 Big Air
 Judging Criteria / Scoring / Deductions / Comp format
Snowboard Slopestyle &
Big Air Judging Approach
D J Tozer
D Ledger
Scope
 Judging Criteria Considerations – Slopestyle
 Judge’s Scoring
 Judge’s Deductions
 Competition Format – Slopestyle
 Judging Criteria Considerations – Big Air
 Judge’s Scoring
 Judge’s Deductions
 Competition Format – Big Air
 Head-to-Head BA Demo event example
Judges Criteria Considerations
Slopestyle
 Overall Impression (OI) system employed
 Judging is subjective
 Overall routine, how run progresses and flows
 4 Key components taken into account:
 Amplitude
 Difficulty
 Variety
 Execution of tricks
 Secondary components
 Risk taking – attempting new more challenging tricks
 Progression – new tricks not seen at the competition level
 Deductions
Judge’s Scoring
 1 Head Judge not scoring
 Dave Tozer
 3 Scoring Judges
 RN
- Ned Morgan
 Army - Den Ledger
 RN
- Chris Bladen
 Each judge scores each run - 1 – 100
 Riders score is average of 3 judge scores – 1-100
 Each judge scores run against criteria THEN applies
DEDUCTIONS
Judge’s Deductions
 Slopestyle Deductions
 1-5
Minor mistake as: unstable body during
landings, slight handtouch, use of hands for
stability, and other instabilities
 6-15
Medium mistakes as: reverts, light touchdowns,
heavy handtouchs, body contact with snow
 16-20
Major mistakes as hard touchdowns, falls ,
complete falls
 If a rider stops completely for greater than 10 seconds
the run is judged to that point. The rider should leave
the course as soon as possible
 Deductions are subjective as viewed by the individual
judge
Competition Format - Slopestyle
 Training
 Training – Official and Unofficial
 Official
 Each service has dedicated training period
 Coaches and Team Captains (TCs) are invited to discuss safety issues
with TD or Chief of Competition
 Judges will be present to calibrate judging
 Judges should not be approached to discuss performance
 Hill Team on hill for safety
 Unofficial
 Hill Team representative in comp area – contact details made
available to TCs
 Judges not required
 Session is open to all competitors – no Service priority
 Training – Individual Service training session
 Teams will draw for session
Competition Format - Slopestyle
 Qualification format
 Ladies first run
 Men first run
 Ladies second run
 Men second run
 Best score of 2 runs counts for qualification
 Top 10 Men and top 6 Ladies progress to finals
 Jury may exercise discretion to increase / decrease final field
size due to conditions or performance
Competition Format - Slopestyle
 Finals format
 Ladies first run in qualification order rank 1 >rank 6
 Men’s first run in qualification order rank 1 > rank 10
 Ladies second run in Run 1 result reverse order
 Best lady scorer of Run 1 last
 Men’s second run in Run 1 result reverse order
 Best man scorer of Run 1 last
Slopestyle Course and Scoring
Section 1 –
20 % of run score
Deduction 0 – 20%
1 -20 Points
Section 2 –
20 % of run score
Deduction 0 – 20%
1 -20 Points
20 % of run score
Deduction 0 – 20%
1 -20 Points
Section 3 –
Section 4 –
20 % of run score
Deduction 0 – 20%
1 -20 Points
Section 5 –
20 % of run score
Deduction 0 – 20%
1 -20 Points
All elements are judged and score equally
Jumps carry no greater tariff than rails
5 big stacks = 0 points potentially
Judges Criteria Considerations
Big Air
 Overall Impression (OI) system employed
 Judging is subjective

Key components taken into account:
 Control of the trick
 Execution
 Difficulty
 Control
 Amplitude
 Landing
 Secondary components
 Risk taking – attempting new more challenging tricks
 Progression – new tricks not seen at the competition level
 Variety
 Deductions
Judge’s Scoring
 1 Head Judge not scoring
 DT
 3 Scoring Judges
 RN
- Ned
 RN
- Blades
 Army - Den
 Each judge scores each run - 1 – 100
 Riders score is average of 3 judge scores – 1-100
 Each judge scores run against criteria THEN applies
DEDUCTIONS
Judge’s Deductions
 Big Air Deductions
 1-9
Minor mistake as: unstable body during
landings, slight handtouch / hand drag, and
other instabilities
 10 - 19 Medium mistakes as: reverts, light touchdowns,
heavy handtouchs / 2 hands down
 20 - 29 Major mistakes as: hard touchdowns, falls ,
body contact with snow
 30
Huge mistakes as: the board is not the first
thing to touch the snow
 Deductions are subjective as viewed by the individual
judge
Competition Format – Big Air
 Format for demo event ONLY
 Full Competition format tbc once event incorporated into ISSSC
 Judge panel will select best 8 men and best 4 ladies from slopestyle
competition for BA demo.
 Judging panel will only use kicker performance to select riders
 Judge panel
 1 Head Judge – non scoring
 3 Judges scoring
 Selected riders will be drawn into Head-to-Head format
 Rider A and B undertake 2 runs
 Rider order determined by draw – first name selected rides first
 After first pair of tricks scores given by judge panel
 Best scoring rider of run 1 runs second on second pair of jumps
 Best score of 2 runs counts and advances to next round
Head – to – Head Example
Big Air Demo event example
R1
R2
A
50
70
B
60
65
C
45
40
D
65
30
R1
R2
A
65
80
D
78
92
E
78
95
F
90
92
E
88
49
G
57
79
H
90
-
H
76
84
R1
R2
D
67
82
1H
H
78
88
2D
3
E&A*
* No count back = 3rd place shared by semi-finalists
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