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Warning, off topic!!! :withstupid:

Why don't we use instantaneous replay in the adjudication proccess? :thumbup:

"The camera is the best critic there is.critics never see as much as the camera does.It is more perceptive than the human eye".

- Douglas Sirk-

You know, that's really not such a far-fetched idea.

Olympic-level "pageantry" activities like figure skating and gymnastics began using instant replay a few years ago.

If Olympic judges have a hard time telling whether Sasha Cohen performed a triple Axel or a quadruple Axel, then it makes sense that WGI equipment judges might also have difficulty at times discerning between a 6 and 7 on a rifle or sabre. (Or a 35 on a baton, if you happen to be a soloist with Aimachi...!!!)

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You know, that's really not such a far-fetched idea.

Olympic-level "pageantry" activities like figure skating and gymnastics began using instant replay a few years ago.

If Olympic judges have a hard time telling whether Sasha Cohen performed a triple Axel or a quadruple Axel, then it makes sense that WGI equipment judges might also have difficulty at times discerning between a 6 and 7 on a rifle or sabre. (Or a 35 on a baton, if you happen to be a soloist with Aimachi...!!!)

Then bring back the "tick" system too! You'll get the best of both worlds!

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