Expert Football Biennial Anniversary (2004-2006) freestyle competition
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Post by expert » 25 Mar 2006, 16:17


Each judge will review this video by answering the following questions:
C1. What was the skill level of the freestyler?
C2. What was the most complicated trick that he/she performed?
S1. What was the style of the freestyler?
S2. How did his/her tricks flow from one to the next?
O1. How original were the tricks in the video?
O2. Was was the most interesting or unique part of this video?
E1. Did the video feel too long or too short? How well was it edited?
E2. How fun was it to watch this video?

After reviewing the clip, each judge will rate it in four categories:
Complexity score: 1-10 pts
Style score: 1-10 pts
Originality score: 1-10 pts
Entertainment score: 1-10 pts

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Post by expert » 29 Mar 2006, 21:39

C1. His skill level is intermediate-advance, although his clip contains a lot of beginner moves
C2. LATW and the two-ball move at the end looked pretty difficult
S1. His style was mostly lowerbody with some stalls. He looked somewhat stiff and uncomfortable with the ball
S2. Palha's video didn't "flow" at all. There was editing between each trick
O1. There was very little originality in this video, it looked as if Palha was just reenacting other people's moves
O2. Nothing in particular stood out here. A lot of the tricks were repeated more than once
E1. The video was way too long, overly-segmented and repetitious
E2. There were some good moves in the video, but a lot of the material was superfluous

Complexity score: 6 pts
Style score: 3 pts
Originality score: 2 pts
Entertainment score: 2 pts

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Post by The_Majestic » 29 Mar 2006, 22:39

C1. Medium
C2. Double neck stall
S1. Lower body
S2. There really was no flow between the tricks, it was a bunch of tricks just thrown in together.
O1. Nothing new to see really, neat double neck stall though.
O2. Again, double neck stall. 4 atws were nice.
E1. Too long. Editing was o.k.
E2. Lost interest after the 2:30 mark.

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Post by sekhri10 » 03 Apr 2006, 06:48

C1. Intermediate skill level - didnt pull off too many combos but did some complex moves
C2. Prob latw or htatw
S1. Mostly lower but also did some nice upper tricks as well
S2. Didnt flow quite smoothly since a lot was just one trick
O1. Not too original overall, mostly standard moves
O2. The two ball trick was pretty cool and stood out from the rest of the tricks done
E1. It was too long for the amount of tricks done
E2. Kind of lost interest midway through - next one needs to be shorter or have more combos

Complexity score: 6
Style score: 5
Originality score: 4
Entertainment score: 4

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Post by lil italy » 05 Apr 2006, 06:48

C1. Intermediate
C2. latw or htatw from heel/bum stall
S1. A bit shaky at times, had some upper but mainly lower
S2. Trick, edit, trick edit - no flow
O1. Basically had the tricks you would expect of an intermediate
O2. The two ball trick, multiple atws, htatw stood out.
E1. Too long and not too much to offer
E2. Easily bored from this video, music lulled me to sleep - the dude was like moaning...

Complexity score: 5
Style score: 4
Originality score: 4
Entertainment score: 3

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