All-Star Should Level 5 And 6 Have Different Tumbling Rules?

Should level 5 and level 6 have different tumbling rules?


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KatelynB

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Sometimes, in level 5 or 6, there are athletes with a round off handspring fulls competing against athletes with whip doubles. Where do you put the athlete that has a full but doesn't have variation passes. They don't really belong on level 4 but they wouldn't really be able to compete against athletes with more tumbling. Should level 5 be single fulls and toe tucks and then level 6 be double fulls and toe fulls?
 

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Sometimes, in level 5 or 6, there are athletes with a round off handspring fulls competing against athletes with whip doubles. Where do you put the athlete that has a full but doesn't have variation passes. They don't really belong on level 4 but they wouldn't really be able to compete against athletes with more tumbling. Should level 5 be single fulls and toe tucks and then level 6 be double fulls and toe fulls?
That’s what level 5 and 6 difference is now for tumbling......
 
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Sometimes, in level 5 or 6, there are athletes with a round off handspring fulls competing against athletes with whip doubles. Where do you put the athlete that has a full but doesn't have variation passes. They don't really belong on level 4 but they wouldn't really be able to compete against athletes with more tumbling. Should level 5 be single fulls and toe tucks and then level 6 be double fulls and toe fulls?
Are you talking about level 6 and 7?
 
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