US Figure Skating Judges - When a Concussion Is a Concussion

Chiefly, US Figure Skating may be under scrutiny throughout this upcoming short venue, during February 2018, when prize competitors meet to earn the bronze, silver and gold medals for their careers, reputations and loyalty to their country.

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Contrary to belief, judges suffer concussions, too. All of those rules, all of those promotions and fans. When does it all end? According to sources, learning how to judge remains fundamental in spirit. Morals prevail over hurt, whether physical, cognitive or emotional.

MITMqg Investigates: Skating Judges

Regardless of threats and promises; relationships and statute; or simple factors of well-being, the chosen become judges in their own rite. However, obscure organizations and journalistic influence attempt to destroy the initial integrity of winning the vote to be a judge for http://www.youbuzz.com/qgoyneshotmailcom/ashley-wagner-the-chief-of-american-figure-skating-winter-olympics-hopeful">figure-skating competitions.. Conversely, MITM[qg] allocated research material to solve that type of mystery... 

In itself, judging can be as complicated as picking the best cereal for your restaurant endeavor. Luckily, literary technology has grown and specialists continue to determine how to communicate to their 'hands' in sports commissions, in order to augment guiding the avenues to freedom, independence and song. Moving along, scandals (i.e., bribery and extortion) have plagued US sports for decades. 

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International Investigates: IOC and ISU

In relation, certain venues of events became the victim of scandals and questionable 'calling' miscues during the beginning of the new melinnia, when skating judges were observed for accuracy by influential and governing powers of the sport. As a result, two commissions (the IOC and ISU) are now in place to add intelligence to those opinions that ideally belong to the press, skating competition stakeholders and loyal fans.

So far: ISU Congress was held to vote on a new judging system (NJS). International Olympic Committee (IOC) president, Jacques Rogge, led this team during the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games, under the president of the International Skating Union (ISU), Ottavio Cinquanta.

'The 2002 figure skating scandal not only undermined the credibility of the sport's judging system, but it attracted criticism against the Olympic movement itself.' - "OLYMPIKA: The International Journal of Olympic Studies"

New Judging System - Winter Olympics

This new judging system (NJS) remained in place and was actually used during the 2004 - 2005 season and incorporated at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games in Turin, Italy, according to sources. Conversely, the people need real, physical judges in place to comply with the reality of judging figure skating for the world of global enthusiasts. 

Primarily, the acts of knowing how to judge figure skating competitions remains imperative to millions of spectators. Judgements deserve disclosure and discourse within the same breath. 

Chiefly, US Figure Skating may be under scrutiny throughout this upcoming short venue, during February 2018, when prize competitors meet to earn the bronze, silver and gold medals for their careers, reputations and loyalty to their country. Altogether, judges have a chance to compete as the moral principals of figure skating as a sport. 

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