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A set of ten skills must be performed in two voluntary qualifying routines, and in final routine for eight qualifying competitors. These skills may include such maneuvers as front and back somersaults, with or without a twist.
Competitors must submit a card listing elements of first qualifying voluntary routine, no less than 48 hours before competition starts. The routine must then be performed with same elements, and in same order as listed.
In second qualifying round and finals, competitors are free to vary order, and type of skills, which allows opportunity to increase routine's degree of difficulty.
A total of nine judges will sit for each competition: a chair, an assistant chair, two judges who will mark only degree of difficulty, and five who will mark only execution of routine.
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