Here's what we learned at the 19 èmes Internationaux de France de Gymnastique...
1. The FIG needs to prepare the riot police.
Over the past few weeks, blogs have been buzzing about the legitimacy of Jake Dalton's stretched double Arabian. In fact, Jessica O'Beirne even threatened to riot if Jake received credit for a Tamayo (an F part).
Well, former wrestler Jessica O'Beirne may be overturning buses and body slamming any judges in the near future, as Jake Dalton continues to perform the questionable skill from his floor routine. You can't see it in the video, but his start value suggests that the "Tamayo" is still in.
[This number was updated on March 19, 2013. Based on the commentator's remarks, I originally thought that Jake had removed the Tamayo and replaced it with a double layout, which is a "duplo esticado" in Portuguese. However, I misheard her. She said "duplo TWIST esticado," which is a Tamayo in Portuguese. So, riot away, Jess. Riot away.]
2. Denis Ablyazin is becoming a slacker.
During his 7-tumbling pass floor routine, he's only doing a double layout, when he used to compete a double-twisting double layout. WEAK SAUCE!
Frankly, I prefer his double layout. It just kind of floats in the air.