QReuCk wrote:Some evolution over here:
1° Nice effort Feasty to push and change things from the inside. That is much appreciated from enthousiasts like me. Especially when things look like moving in the right direction.
2° Nice to have an agreement that multi spins and DK to roll are low scoring. Over key words proposed look fine to me, as commitment when hitting the lip.
3° I am more reserved when talking about "tail release" or "waft" (whatever it means): you can easily turn a half decent turn into a tail released move without too much difficulty and in some circumstances (it may even be easier to slide the tail than to make a proper cut back). A big DK carve with no release at all should IMO score higher. Maybe it's a matter of ballance between every part of the criteria (a carve with speed, power, control and commitment would defeat a weak tail slide)?
4° For the next meeting, the relative place of DK events when associated to a prone comp could be discussed. It is critical that the contest director understands what kind of wave is best for a DK event and tries to give DK event a time slot suitable with good DK riding. The general idea would be to make sure both division run in conditions suitable for them and to take advantage of the different types of waves that is best for each stance.
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