Where’s the fault? That would get a 10 in the old days assuming it had ROV and diffoculty coverered). The problem is that the girls need to follow FIG difficulty standards. There is no differentiation, given they all do routines that are easy for them, and just try to get sticks.
The two things that stuck out to me were the leg separations at 09 and the handstand was off directly after that. The double layout also had form issues and a leg separation. Sorry not perfect. Not even close to perfect.
Remember the judges are sitting at the side so wouldn’t see the leg separation on the dismount, and probably not the handstand wobble either. I don’t think the latter was big enough for a deduction if the judges want to be consistent – I would give the routine a 9.95.
OK, fair enough. I just want consistency. Don’t like it if judges are arbitrary either in denying a 10 when it occurs or ignoring faults. Just want them to follow the code. Hate the 70s 80s score cheating and all the general impressionism, where they would score more later, etc. They should not look as their job as to separate the athletes, but just to follow the rules and give them the scores per the book.