Gainer layout at end of the beam
The much-maligned gainer layout has skyrocketed in popularity in recent years among gymnasts who aren’t so much with the tumbling but need a D dismount on beam. Or just, any and all Germans, and most Dutch.
It’s visual simplicity—lacking any twisting or a second salto—earned it a reputation as a lame cop-out dismount. That, coupled with its general overuse, saw the gainer layout downgraded from a D to a C for the 2017 code. Because C dismounts are now OK, this hasn’t really need to any kind of lessening frequency, but we do see quite a few people try to add twists into the mix now.