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Date Posted: 15:02:00 11/04/07 Wed
Author: oldtimer
Subject: They used to use the throw out the high and low system at Worlds; it's a long time ago & I'm old so I don't remember a lot of it, but I think there were 7 judges; tossing the high & low helps prevent blatant favoritism or grudges, but it can also hurt kids who genuinely impress one just more than others. Anyway, I've been told the ADs don't like havnig their score disregarded
In reply to: jmo 's message, "I don't think they can throw out the high and low score, at least the irish points score because many competitions top results are based on getting one 100. If you take that away, what happens to the competition where 5 different dancers each got 100's? Although it surely would help and be fair to the dancer with the one ridiculously low score." on 13:00:41 11/04/07 Wed

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