yeah i'd agree
i personally define a rodeo as being a spinning backflip so what i call a rodeo 7 would be called a back full by most people but w/e. you can still make 'fulls' looks sick and i've done a few rodeo 10s on tramp so they should be possible. i think they're mostly unseen because that much spinning with one flip always ends up pretty penciled
No. Just no. The rough definition of a rodeo is a flip with a spin. I saw rough because there's so much gray area between a rodeo and a flatspin. What Oscar did was either a flat 10 or a bio 10, but I'm leaning more towards the bio 10 because it just looks more bio to me.
Exactly. Take Symms' "rodeo 10" at the beginning of My Friend is a Pro for example. Any rodeo above 540 has to add the extra rotation after the flip is completed to keep it looking rodeo-esque, and it's really hard to separate the spin and the flip that much (unless you're Pollard). I can't even keep a rodeo 7 from turning into a misty 7.