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Mishin warns of arbitrariness in judging after rule changes - Golden Skate

“In my memory, there were two major changes in my time as a coach – the abolition of the compulsory figures and the introduction of the new (ISU judging) system,” said Mishin, 77, who coached Evgeni Plushenko to four Olympic medals including an ...

How Is Ice Dancing Scored? The ISU Judging System Can Be Tricky To Understand - Bustle

Still, the scoring process for the two isn't very different. Both use the ISU Judging System, which can be confusing and frustrating to try to understand, for viewers and even experts. The rules themselves are simple enough: The ice dance short dance ...

Everything You Need to Know to Watch Figure Skating at the 2018 Winter Olympics - Thrillist

This has led to the occasional controversy over the years, including a judging scandal at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City that prompted sports officials to finally change the scoring system to be more objective. This resulted in today's ISU ...

Dijkema modernising ISU as the shadow of EU ruling looms - Insidethegames.biz

“A number of Congress proposals are being prepared for the 2018 ISU Congress, some proposals include changes to the Judging System. However only the Congress can decide if the proposed changes should be implemented. The details of the proposals ...

Grading the Twins' 2017 non-waiver trade deadline moves - Twinkie Town

Last year, I graded the Twins' deadline moves according to the USDA's grading system for apples. That ended up being sort of stupid. This year, instead, I will be grading the Twins' trade deadline moves according to the ISU Judging System used to judge ...

ISU vote to abolish anonymous judging system in figure skating to "increase transparency" - Insidethegames.biz

A previous attempt to change the system at the 2014 ISU Congress had failed. "There is a need for greater transparency in order to improve public understanding of the sport of figure skating and confidence in the judging system," added the Norwegian ...

Push comes to shove as Cinquanta steps down after 22 years as International Skating Union President - but what of ... - Insidethegames.biz (blog)

In the meantime, the ISU were accelerating a process they had been considering before the 2002 scandal, namely a revision of the judging system which involved a greater emphasis on technical correctness and, critically, did not show how the votes had ...

British ISU Presidential candidate vows to overhaul skating judging and change governance style - Insidethegames.biz (blog)

A "complete overhaul" of the ISU Judging System is one such idea in order to "re-engage with the public and athletes". This must be more open and clear as well as easily understandable for the press and public. "This will be done by collaboration with ...

17 Reasons Why Yuna Kim Will Forever Be The Ice Queen - BuzzFeed

She is an Olympic champion, a two-time World champion, Four Continents champion, a three-time Grand Prix Final champion, the 2005 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, and a six-time South Korean national champion.

Controversy rages on after Kim denied second Olympic gold - The Japan Times

“Pursuant to contacts with the IOC, the ISU would like to issue the following statement on the ISU judging system related to figure skating events at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games: “The ISU is strongly committed to conducting performance ...

The ISU Judging System or the International Judging System ), is the scoring system currently used to judge the figure skating disciplines of men's and ladies' singles, pair skating, ice dancing, and synchronized skating. It was designed and implemented by the International Skating Union , the ruling body of the sport. This system of scoring is used in all international competitions sanctioned by the ISU, including the Olympic Games. The ISU Judging System replaced the previous 6.0 system in 2004. This new system was created in response to the 2002 Winter Olympics figure skating scandal, in an attempt to make the scoring system more objective and less vulnerable to abuse.

A demonstration of how skaters are scored under Code of Points.

The ISU Judging System (also called Code of Points (CoP) or the International Judging System (IJS)), is the scoring system currently used to judge the figure skating disciplines of men's and ladies' singles, pair skating, ice dancing, and synchronized skating. It was designed and implemented by the International Skating Union (ISU), the ruling body of the sport. This system of scoring is used in all international competitions sanctioned by the ISU, including the Olympic Games.

The ISU Judging System replaced the previous 6.0 system in 2004. This new system was created in response to the 2002 Winter Olympics figure skating scandal, in an attempt to make the scoring system more objective and less vulnerable to abuse.