IGF president would like to use computers in judging
STUTTGART, Germany -- Gymnastics judging could be going high-tech if the head of the international federation has his way.
Three years after overhauling the sport's scoring system to provide more impartial judging, Bruno Grandi said he would like to streamline the process further by using computers, much like figure skating does. Instead of recording execution marks by hand, judges would input them into a computer during the routine.
"The computer must calculate the addition, ...
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