Wikipedia:WikiProject Olympics/Peer review
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The peer review department of the Olympics WikiProject is the area where users can place requests for detailed review of articles and other pages under the scope of this project. Thanks to the knowledge that the Olympics WikiProject members possess about this topic, this process will help to raise the quality level of the reviewing article, with the intention of preparing it for a featured article or featured list nomination.
We recommend using this project-specific peer review mechanism for articles and other content rated at least Start-Class, as a way of saving reviewers' time to evaluate properly developed articles. All reviews are conducted by project members.
Peer review requests
I am submitting this for peer review because I'd like to nominate the article for GA status. I'd appreciate input on how I could get the article to GA status. Thanks, Jith12 (talk) 23:22, 22 June 2018 (UTC)
I am submitting this for peer review because... please consider whether the 'summary' that a user added should remain. I feel that it is unnecessary information and makes the top of the page look very busy. This is also not consistent with past Olympic pages. As a newer user I did not want to delete it without other opinions. The section in question is :
"The field included the 2014 champion and the 2017–18 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup leader Kamil Stoch, the 2014 silver medalist Peter Prevc, the 2016–17 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup overall winner Stefan Kraft, as well as the 2010 champion Simon Ammann. After the first jump, Stefan Hula Jr. was leading, with almost six points ahead of Stoch and Johann André Forfang shared second. In the second jump, both Hula and Stoch underperformed, and Andreas Wellinger, who was in the fifth position, became the Olympic champion after receiving 134.4 points for his jump, the highest scored jump of the competition. Forfang remained second, and Robert Johansson came from the tenth place to turn the bronze medalist.
At the presentation ceremony, the gifts were presented by Aki Murasato, FIS vice president."