All-Star Coed Stunting At Worlds

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What do you think would score higher as far as the COED STUNT category:

1) Completely Unassisted Tossed Hands Extension Pop off.
2) Unassisted Tossed Hands - Assisted Lib Pop off
2) Unassisted Toss Hands, Assisted Scorp Double
 
Great! That is what I thought! I have seen a lot of Coed teams (that looks like they are going for that part of the scoresheet) but its assisted... To me... Coed stunting is unassisted. Thanks for clearing that up!
 
unassisted, it would seem would score better with coed stunting, it's way more difficult then having someone else help out :)
 
Wait, I don't get it. Where ist the difference between a Completely Unassisted Tossed Hands and an Unassisted Tossed Hands?
 
Unassisted Toss Hands, Assisted Scorp Double then Completely Unassisted Tossed Hands Extension Pop off.
 
The assisted part gets a little confusing because an assisted single based stunt is the same as a multiple based stunt with minimal spotters.


Difficulty ( 0-5 points) Single Base Stunting
One base and one top person per stunt.

0-1 points L4 and under stunt skills or limited number of L5 stunts performed in routine.
Basic, simple load-in, L3 or under dismount and transitional skills.
Lifts to prep or below with assistance.
Examples: Press chair with assistance, walk into hands with assistance.

1-2 points L5 Single base stunt skills.
Basic load-in, L4 dismount and transitional skills or lifts to prep without
assistance.
Examples: Press chair without assistance, walk into hands without
assistance.
Lifts to extended position with assistance.
Example: Walk in extension with assistance.
Toss to prep level with assistance.
Example: Toss chair or hands with assistance.

2-3 points L5 Single base stunt skills.
Advanced load-in, L4/L5 dismount and transitional skills.
Lifts to extended position without assistance.
Examples: Walk in extension without assistance.
Toss to prep without assistance.
Example: Toss hands without assistance.
Toss to extended position with assistance.
Example: “J” up to extension.

3-4 points L5 Single base stunt skills with multiple body positions while in the air.
Advanced load-in, L5 dismount and transitional skills.
Toss to extended position is assisted but the catching and the holding of the
stunt is unassisted.

4-5 points L5 Single base stunt skills with multiple body positions while in the air.
Elite load-in, L5 dismount and transitional skills.
Toss to extended position without assistance.
Example: Toss extension without assistance.



Difficulty ( 0-2 0 points) Multiple Base Stunting
0-5 points L4 and under stunt skills or limited number of stunts performed in routine.
Multi-based stunts with excessive spotters. Top person with single position in
air. Basic, simple load-in, L3 or under dismount and transitional skills.
5-9 points L5 stunt skills. Multi-based stunts with excessive spotters. Basic load-in, L4
dismount and transitional skills.
9-13 points L5 stunt skills. Multi-based with limited spotters. Advanced load-in, L4/L5
dismount and transitional skills.
13-20 points L5 Multi-based stunt skills with multiple body positions while in the air. Stunts
with minimum required spotters. Elite load-in, L5 dismount and transitional
skills
 
So unassisted tossed hands presse to extension unassisted would be in the 2-3 or 3-4 range?
 
I would assume high 3's ? I wish this was a little more straight forward.
 
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