- Jun 6, 2012
It's my understanding drivers are the big focus this year. In the past the score sheet was based on 100 pts, now it's 50 pts. and weighted much differently in each category. If you look at each score sheet, you can see Stunts and Pyramids used to be worth a total of 25 pts out of 100 (25%), now between difficulty, technique and creativity they're worth 18 pts out of 50 (36%), so weighted much higher than years past. Standing and running tumbling used to be worth 20 pts (20%), now they're worth 16 pts (32%). Tosses were worth 10 pts (10%), now 4 pts (8%). Jumps used to be worth 10 pts (10%), now they're worth 4 pts (8%). The biggest change, Routine Comp and Performance used to be worth a total of 20 pts (20%), now it's only worth 6 pts (12%).Question: there is much grumble about new score sheet.
Can someone explain the basics of what makes this one different from the previous years?
The Varsity score sheet is going to be a big hit for teams that may have been more entertaining in the past, but perhaps played a little safe in the stunt and pyramid category. The World's score sheet almost falls between Varsity's last year and this year percentage rates.
World's score sheet: Stunt and Pyramid including building creativity 30%, Standing and Running Tumbling 26.7%, Tosses 13.3%, Jumps 13.3%, Dance/Routine/Comp Performance 16.7%
Score sheet 21-22
World's Score sheet 21-22