And yet she moves.

Sanne Wevers tied for first place on balance beam (5.7/14.075) at the recent Glasgow Grand Prix showing her great ability to do difficult turns.

She does four different spins: A single turn (C) and a double turn with a horizontal leg (D or E? – I couldn´t find it in the Code), a double turn (D)  and a triple turn (E).

C+D+D+E=16 tenths just for the turns

Click play or watch it on YouTube.

Does anyone know the real value for a double turn with the leg in a horizontal position? (1.5 turns have a D-value)

One Response to “And yet she moves.”

  1. Matt Says:

    I don’t think the double-horizontal is in the code yet, since Sanne didn’t qualify to the olympics to submit it. However a 1 1/2 is a D, so a 2/1 will probably be an E

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