Proposal 17: Weighed score system [ Revision 2 ]

Committee: Flatland
Submitted on 2019-03-03
Status: Failed on March 25, 2019


It seems that we need to attribute a little more points to difficulty in flatland. While I do not disagree with this, making judging easy for judges is also really important

It becomes even easier to score because everything is /10. Difficulty is worth more, which I think makes most happy, consistency and variety a wroth a tad less and flow and last trick stay relatively the same. 


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DIFFICULTY (0 to 10 points): Score is given for technical difficulty of the tricks and combos landed during the battle/preliminary.

CONSISTENCY (0 to 10 points): Score is given for number of landed trick/combos on total of number of tricks/combos attempted during the battle/preliminary.

VARIETY (0 to 10 points): Score is given for variation in the types of tricks done during the battle/preliminary.

FLOW (0 to 5 points): Score is given for cleanliness and style of rider during the battle/preliminary.

LAST TRICK (0 to 5 points): Score is given for technical difficulty, novelty, creativity, and flow. The rider is not obligated to use all attempts or to try the same trick every attempt. Only the last attempt will be scored. Other failed attempts do not subtract from the score.

TOTAL (0 to 40 points)


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DIFFICULTY worth 25% of total score. Judges score /10 (score * 2.5 = weighed score)

CONSISTENCY worth 23% of total score. Judges score /10 (score * 2.3 = weighed score)

FLOW worth 20% of total score. Judges score /10 (score * 2 = weighed score)

VARIETY worth 18% of total score. Judges score /10 (score * 1.8 = weighed score)


LAST TRICK worth 14% of total score. Judges score /10 (score * 1.4 = weighed score)


We used this at Winter EUC'19. Judges were amazed by how much easier judging became with everything on 10. The results seemed to reflect what should have happened with the results.

It also reflects more what seems right on who should win a battle after a battle. It also takes no time to score battles if needed, if using a computer.

You can see how it looks in an excel sheet



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Change Log:

Revision 2 changed by Emile Mathieu (03 Mar 20:29)

removed duplicate

Revision 1 changed by Emile Mathieu (03 Mar 13:31)

Votes on this proposal:

5 out of 10 voting members have voted.

Agree: 5, Disagree: 0, Abstain: 0.

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