This came up in the Doha thread, but it’s worth looking at here, I think, because this gymnast is going to be a beam / floor contender for years to come if she stays healthy.
She’s not even 16 yet — but fantastic tumbling, excellent amplitude on her leaps, good split split position (much improved from a year ago), and great presence. She also is capable of dancing — but not really shown here because there’s so little choreography — I think the background music deduction of 0.5 could realistically be used.
Meanwhile, she has 9 elements C and higher. She could fix BOTH of those by replacing something. I would suggest taking that triple spin out as well as replacing the front tuck with a front layout so she can also remove a leap. That will give her more time to dance.
I had her at 8.5 for this before applying artistry deductions. Her landings are nice and upright and she kept the hops/steps limited, though she seems to have a habit of landing one foot in front of the other — maybe because of an injury she’s nursing?
It’s hard to tell because I don’t think we’ve ever seen her do much choreo.
She did the double double as early as 2017, I think. You can see more examples of movement quality in here — again with limited choreo, though I do like that passage before the triple spin, and, again, I think that if the spin was a single and woven into more choreo extending that passage, it would help.
Again, very little choreo and too many skills in 2017
I’m not saying she’s going to win a dance competition or something like that, but you can absolutely see some quality of movement here and there in the little she does do — good amplitude, dynamics, use of the full body, etc.