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In each competition year, also in the one that has just ended, new and new elements are added, the performance level of the demonstrated shows and their difficulty has been gradually increasing, both in the field of movement training and in the field of choreography and working with tools. Each competition set deserves the full attention of all judges and their fair assessment of the current performance. That is why it has been reacting for this development by preparing the judges through as sets, seminars and training, and by written testing of the competition rules know ledge in the form of tests.
An important a spect is the formation of a jury, the changing of judges so that they do not evaluate their own competition formations and groups. These trends will be maintained also in the coming competition year.
Development is being upgraded, it has been evaluating not only through records on prepared forms, but new technologies are coming, marks are already being sent over tablets. There is not far the time when the judges’ marks will be published on alight board. This requires speed, flexibility and excellent expert training.
An important role in the evaluation also plays a technical judge. Among the most frequent deductions given by the technical judge are deductions for unsuitable footwear (footwear does not have a sole), for not observing of heels height, missing head wear or its imitation, appears not observing the limit of competition set time, falling parts of clothing, and unpreparedness of music. These mistakes appearrepeatedly, yearly and in case of balanced performances, they of ten move the contestants to medal places.
I wish good training, no injuries, low morbidity, vitality, optimism, the right footwear, complete costumes and flawless performances in the next season.
The turn of the year is usually associated with assessments of the previous one and planning the next year.
The biggest event was yet the Sixth World Championship. The increase in the number of nominated formations and the increasing quality of the performances are the result of hard work from the training to the organization of the top competition, and all those who take part in this competition have my admiration and thanks.
Importantelementsfornomination are not onlynationalchampionships, but alsointernationalberthcompetitions in Majorettes sport, Grand Prix Silesia Ostrava, CZ, the Memorial of JiříNecidVimperk, CZ, the European Championship in Crikvenica, Croatia, Back Together Přerov, CZ, Grand Prix Moscow, Russia, I would like to thank all the participants and the organizers.
By medializingthe Majorettes sport gets public awareness, live broadcast was successful, so was the online stream, competitions were watched by thousands of spectators. For the first time in the history of the development of Majorettes sport, the ČT sport television broadcast live broadcasts of majorettes groups with baton and fringes. The attendance of websites www.ifms-majorettes.comis also increasing.
The new feature for the year 2019 is the World Championship for Performance Class B. This performance class is determined for new entrants who are still being acquainted with all aspects of the Majorettes Sport. To motivate them, it is necessary to compare the results, but with advanced class A performance the comparison is difficult. I fully support the introduction of the lower performance class up to the world championship, I believe that it brings to children and teenagers positive results from the first meeting with Majorettes sport at the chosen level. If this novelty “grabs” and the number of participants increases, then the B-class championship can be held on another date and in another place, in some member country.
I wish to allofmydedicatedcoaches, choreographers, parents, contestants, sponsors and fansofMajorettesSports a lot ofstrength, inspiration and happiness.
Our journey, although we prepared us in all possible ways, began with a small complication, a defect in the car. Removing the failure lasted for a while and we were afraid that we will not catch the departure. We arrived at the airport just before closing the check-in counter. The flight was fine, the Moscow was already dark after landing, there was flying against time, the difference was two hours more than just in Prague. A car was waiting for us at the airport and brought us directly to the hotel, which was greeting us by its bright lighting from afar. We were also excited by his interior.
In the morning, there was sightseeing tour of Moscow, in the afternoon we showed the elements at the Masterclass Seminar. First of all, we taught the foreign majorettes, and then we were “trained”, namely by twirling elements specialists Jonathan Orlov from Canada and Jean Michel Ruelle from France.
The next day, the Masterclass Seminar continued in another sports hall, where we were also assisting for our coach, international referee and lecturer Mrs. Monica Berger. At the seminar there were girls from different parts of Russia, some of them travelled to Moscow almost so far away as we did from the Czech Republic. On Sunday, there was expecting a “just” competition for us. There was an evident arising big foreign competition. Girls both from Russia and other participating countries are very skilful.
They were very demanding days, attending the two seminars where we helped Russian majorettes with choreography and taught them new elements, both with the baton and with the pom-pon, the conversation about single elements in a foreign language, that was not quite easy. The competition was time consuming for us, the last starts we did in the late evenings, and we still managed to bring precious metals from all the starts. We were left with a lot of new experiences, friendship, practices, and we can say it was a way of knowledge. We are glad we could take part in the Masterclass, the competition and the whole trip to Moscow.
More than 140 formations from 14 clubs and 4 states (Russia, Belarus, Czech Republic and Kyrgyzstan) were registered on the starting list in the order of VII. Grand Prix under the auspices of the International Federation Majrettes Sport.
And the result? “We are looking forward to the world championship in Prague, sounded from the leaders, competing children and would like to
come to the announcers and organizers of the competition.”