While great with results, GymScore 2000
helps with many other aspects of the meet, saving lots of
The gymnasts' info is already entered
here; use it to make related reports and avoid retyping the same
info elsewhere and/or extra typos.
These reports are created easily by
selecting the category, level, and event first and then clicking
on the names of the desired gymnasts for a group.
sample - form selection options
- Judging Score
- This is a godsend. You can make the
score forms with all the names preprinted on them. Besides
being quicker than filling blank forms in by hand, you'll
really appreciate this later when the forms are returned and
you can easily read them.
- Just click on gymnasts for a group in
the first rotation. Print its score form.
- One more click is all that's needed
to 'drop' the first gymnast(s) to the bottom of the group and
to change the rotation and event, ready for printing
- Note: various layouts of score forms
can be printed
- FIG with A & B
- Pre'97 style for scores out of
- Canadian Women's modified form
with age group bonuses.
- Judges' Score
- Judges will love this. While printing the score forms
above, you can print the corresponding judging slips, also
filled in with the event, gymnast # & name, etc.
- Just staple them together by rotation groups and hand to
they can then watch the warm-ups rather than filling in their
- Bonus: recorders don't have to interpret different
- This option prints large size athlete numbers on a page to
identify which gymnast's score is being shown.
- The gymnast's name, club and group information is included
at the bottom of the page to help the score flasher.
- Audience Program
- "You can't tell the players without a program."
Now you can quickly print a list of the gymnasts in each
category showing their names, clubs, and blank boxes for
recording scores as they watch.
- Tip - wait until all gymnasts are registered and spelling
corrections have been made - then this list, and the others,
will be as up-to-date as possible.
- Tip - list them in competitive order by the first rotation
so they audience can follow the sequence more easily instead of
jumping around the list.