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front flip to straddle backward to upper arm support to forward roll 23. Front 1 Vi straddle from support 24. Giant to elgrip % turn 25. From support, layout front 1 1,14 to upper arm 26. Front uprise, stutz to handstand Dismounts 27. Double full dismount 28. From the side handstand double back dismount (Kwon) 29. Double front with 1f2 twist or front saIto % twist back out dismount or Wendy to immediate back salto 30. Full twisting double back dismount 3I. From handstand, giant down to full twisting double back dismount on the end (Kajitani)

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Horizontal Bar "D+" Skills 1. Layout Tkachev (Arched throughout the flight) 2. Full twisting Gienger (Deff) 3. Full twisting Jaeger (Winkler) 4. Gaylord I tucked, straddled or piked 5. Gaylord II 6. Tkachev front catch (Xiao Ruizhi) 7. Tkachev front catch from toe on or from Stalder 8. Kovacs tucked 9. Kovacs layout 10. Piked Marinich II. Backward swing, back somersault catch

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12. Any 0 + 0 release combination 0.1 Examples: a) 1 arm giant to Tkachev - immedia te Gienger b) Full twisting Gienger to another Gienger c) Kovacs to Gienger

13. Any '0+' release to another '0+' release 0.2 14. From forward giants, full pirouette to one el grip giant swing on one arm and % tum to backward giant = 0; directly to one giant swing backward on one arm to % tum to el grip giant on one arm and 0.1 Jaeger flip = "0+" 15. Full twisting Kovacs (Gaylord 2 with % twist) 0.2 16. Jaeger with a full twist from el grip 0.1 17. Back giant, 1!J twist over the bar, catch in double over grip, 1!J twist over the bar, catch on one arm, Gienger 0.1 18. Under grip giant, straddle over the bar (hecht action) regrasp in "el" grip (Not 0+, but receives originality) 0.1 Dismounts 18. Triple back 0.1 19. Double twisting double layout 0.1 20. Piked double front with 1 % twist 0.1 2I. Layout double front with % twist 0.1

Note: Any additional potential 0+ skills must be submitted for approval to Mas Watanabe at the USGF National Office at least two weeks prior to a competition.

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