deduction for lack of height in back tuck?

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Juni

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Sep 22, 2007
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Wisconsin, US
I'm a prep op and during this last meet, I did most of my routine really well but then on the last pass I totally messed up (compared to usual-usually the round-off bhs back tuck is no problem for me). I barely landed my back tuck because it was so low and I'm sure it had other problems. Yet I got a 9.0 because the rest of it was really good. I'm wondering what my score could have possibly been...so what is the deduction for lack of height?
 
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LittleLady

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Feb 3, 2009
215
Vermont
Hi Juni,

According to the Junior Olympic Code Of Points, Floor Exercise under Category C (Large Faults) lists: Insufficient height of salto elements - Up to 0.30 pt. deduction.

Category D (Very Large Faults) lists: 1) Support on mat with 1 or 2 hands: 2) Fall on mat to knees or hips - Up to 0.50 pt. deduction.
 
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