|09-09-2005, 08:27 PM||#1|
I am: Chris D
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Well now that you guys are back and settled down a bit... How was it?
Feelings, thoughts, ideas..???
Sounds like the Americans are up in arms... Do you agree..?? Or is it just a case of sour grapes?
Chris Dallas MAAC#41367
Are you suggesting coconuts migrate?
|09-13-2005, 12:11 AM||#2|
I am: Boolean21
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It was great, but still have to take care of a bunch of post Worlds things so I have not had time yet to compile everything. Hopefully by the end of the week things will be getting close to being done.
Snaps, nothing, they didnt care. Distance was looked at the most, but there was nothing that really stood out as being "watched"
The US team results....I didnt see any of the Japanese fly during the prelims, and didnt see Sean fly either so I really cant say if I think its fair or not how things ended up. What I will say and I did see of the US guys during the prelims, I felt they were not flying as strong as in Poland.
As for the comments on TBL, I had raw scores that were higher than others and ended up normalizing lower. Thats part of the program, I dont think there was any wrong doing on the organizers part.
Pattern is a judged event, to expect no bias and complete impartiality is naive to say the least. Karl M. Canada's judge gave me a 13% higher than the average score during one round of my prelims, the same flight another judge scored me 10% lower.....who was right?
Naruke is 1 out of 20 judges that will score his own countries fliers, were the rounds that he judged even used? Only 3 out of the 4 rounds are taken so only 15 out of the 20 judges scores are used. Its very possible that on more than one occasion he was not used as a scoring round. I tihnk it would be very difficult for him to seriously influence the scoring in any way.
Look at it another way, the Japanese had all three flyers in the finals (the only team to do this in 2005), the US only 2....should demonstrate right there which team is stronger.
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