Competition Announcement - Figure Skating Club of Madison

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Competition Announcement - Figure Skating Club of Madison
2016 Non-qualifying
Competition Announcement
2016 Madison Open
16, 17, 18 September 2016
Hosted by
The 35th Annual Madison Open will be conducted in accordance with the rules and regulations of the U.S. Figure
Skating, as set forth in the current Rulebook as well as any pertinent updates which have been posted of the U.S.
Figure Skating web site.
Revised: 17 August 2016
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ELIGIBILITY / TEST LEVEL
Skaters are allowed to enter events in either Open (IJS & 6.0) or Compete USA, but not both.
COMPETE USA (Learn To Skate USA) ELIGIBILITY
The competition is open to ALL skaters who are current eligible (ER 1.00) members of either the Learn To Skate USA
Program and/or are full members of U.S. Figure Skating. To be eligible, skaters must have submitted a membership
application or be a member in good standing. Members of other organizations are eligible to compete but must be
registered with the host Compete USA Program/club or any other Compete USA Program/club.
Test level: Competition level will be based on skill level as of closing date of entries.
•
All Snowplow Sam and Learn To Skate USA 1-6 skaters must skate at highest level passed or one level
higher and NO official U.S. Figure Skating tests may have been passed including MIF or individual dances.
•
Free skate 1-6 competition level will be based only upon highest free skate test level passed. Skaters may
skate at highest level passed OR one level higher BUT not both levels in the same event during the same
competition.
OPEN EVENTS ELIGIBILITY
This competition is open to all eligible, restricted, reinstated or a readmitted persons as defined by the Eligibility Rules,
and is a currently registered member of a U.S. Figure Skating member club, a collegiate club or an individual member
in accordance with the current Rulebook. Refer to the current rule book for non-U.S. Citizens.
Test level: Competition level is the highest test passed as of the entry deadline, in the discipline the skater is
entering.
• Entrants may skate one level above that for which they qualify, but they may not skate down in any event.
• Skaters who placed in the top four in final round of their last qualifying competition in their divisions must
move up one level, except for Novice and higher.
Age restrictions/requirements: Skaters entering Juvenile Free Skate events (either Test Track or Well Balanced
Program) must be under 14 years of age at the close of entries. Skaters entering Open Juvenile Free Skate events
(either Test Track or Well Balanced Program) must be at least 14 years of age at the close of entries.
Skaters entering Beginner – Pre-Juvenile events will be divided as closely as possible by age, should the number
of entries warrant more than one group.
EVENT TYPE
IJS Championship Events
IJS Event – First entry
IJS Event – Subsequent entry
6.0 Event – First Entry
6.0 Event – Subsequent Entry
Compete USA Event – First Entry
Compete USA Event – Subsequent Entry
Practice Ice Reservation
Practice Ice Purchase (day of event)
Fee for late registration
ENTRIES
ENTRY FEE
$150
$120
$50
$105
$35
$75
$25
$20/session
$25/session
$25**
COMMENTS
Maximum 1 reservation per event entered
** if allowed by referee
*** NEW THIS YEAR *** A printed copy your event results is included in the registration fee!
One free copy per event entered. Additional copies available for purchase.
• IJS result packets include all participants in the event.
• Championship Event participants receive a copy of both SP and FS.
Online registration is the ONLY method available for entry into Madison Open. Online registration is available via
secured credit card transaction at EntryEeze, and must be completed by midnight August 15, 2016. No paper entries
will be accepted.
If you are experiencing difficulty with the online registration, please email the LOC at [email protected] .
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REFUND POLICY
Entry fees will not be refunded after entry deadline August 15, 2016
unless no competition exists or is canceled. No Exceptions.
There will be no refunds for medical withdrawals. The online processing fees are not refundable.
FACILITIES
The competition will be held at the Madison Ice Arena, 725 Forward Drive, Madison Wisconsin 53711. Madison Ice
Arena’s main ice surface is 85’ x 200’ with slightly rounded corners. The studio rink, if utilized, is 65’ x 85’. Locker
rooms and Concessions facilities are available.
MUSIC
Competitors must provide music for all events, as appropriate.
Competition music for all events that require music must be submitted electronically via
EntryEeze by the music deadline of September 1, 2016 11:59 pm.
After you have paid for your events, the system will prompt you to upload your music for each event that requires
music. If your music is not available at that time, you can logout of your account and return later to upload your music
by going to the “competition” tab and then selecting “my music”.
Your music must meet the following criteria. If you have questions about what format you have, please contact your
coach and get a new version of your music that meets the criteria listed below.
Music Criteria:
1) File Format: MP3 (the online system will automatically check this)
2) Bit Rate: 192 kbps or higher (this will be checked by the music chairperson and they may request you upload a
corrected file)
3) Sample Rate: 44,100 kHz (this will be checked by the music chairperson and they may request you upload a
corrected file)
4) Leaders and trailers (the silence or "dead space" before and after the actual start and end of the program
music) may not exceed two (2) seconds. We prefer that there be NO leaders or trailers at all. Excessive
leaders and trailers may disrupt the playing of the music during competition.
Competitors must also bring a copy of their competition music on CD as a backup in case of technical difficulties and
must be turned in at the registration desk at the time of check-in. Only CDs (standard CD-R format only) will be
accepted. CD-RWs will NOT be accepted due to compatibility issues. CDs must be clearly marked with the
competitor’s name, event, and running time. CDs must only have one piece of music per CD. The official competition
CD turned in at the Registration Desk is reserved for use during the event.
Please keep additional copies of your music readily available rink side during competition events. Music may be picked
up at the registration desk following each event. Every reasonable care will be taken, but FSC of Madison cannot be
responsible for music left at the end of the competition. Music downloaded for the competition will be deleted after the
event is complete.
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JUDGING SYSTEM
The International Judging System (IJS) will be used for the following events:
- Well Balanced Program Free Skate events (Juvenile/Open Juvenile – Senior)
- Short Program Events (Juvenile/Open Juvenile – Senior)
- Adult Free Skate events (Gold, Masters Int/Nov, Masters Jr/Sr)
All competitors skating in IJS events MUST SUBMIT THE PLANNED PROGRAM CONTENT FORM ONLINE
AT ENTRYEEZE by September 1, 2016 11:59pm. PPC’s submitted on the USFS site will not be used.
A hard-copy form for reference/planning can be found at www.usfigureskating.org in the member’s only
section. Failure to electronically submit your PPC creates extra work for the officials working your competition.
Submitting your PPC at the Registration Desk will result in a $15 fee. You will not be allowed to receive your
credential at registration until your PPC is submitted.
The 6.0 Majority Judging System will be used for:
- All Compete USA (Learn To Skate USA) events (Snowplow Sam – Freestyle 6)
- Introductory Free Skate events (Beginner, High Beginner)
- All Test Track events
- Well Balanced Program Free Skate events, (No-Test – Pre-Juvenile)
- All specialty events (Spins, Jumps, Compulsory Moves)
- Adult Free Skate events (Pre-Bronze, Bronze, Silver)
REGISTRATION DESK
The Registration Desk will be open throughout the competition weekend, beginning Friday morning. Each skater must
check in upon arrival, at least 45 minutes before each event. If you skate multiple days, (e.g. Friday and Saturday),
please check in with the registration desk both days to confirm your events. The registration table will be located in the
lobby of the Madison Ice Arena. PLEASE REGISTER PROMPTLY UPON ARRIVAL.
PRACTICE ICE
Skaters will be able to pick their own practice ice sessions online but you MUST indicate number of sessions you want on
the practice ice form or online when you register and you MUST pay for them with your entry form or when you register
online. You will receive an email with a PIN number in order to access your practice ice records and select your
sessions. Additional practice ice sales may be made available online after the schedule has been posted and those that
pre-register for sessions have had time to select their sessions.
Any remaining practice ice at Madison Ice Arena will be available for purchase during the competition at Registration and
sold on a first come, first served basis only, at a higher cost per session.
The length of each practice session is 20 minutes, with a maximum number of 15 skaters on the ice. Keeping the safety of
the skaters in mind, most sessions are designated by skating level.
No phone calls or emails will be accepted for practice ice.
PHOTOGRAPHY/VIDEOGRAPHY
Videotaping and photography services may be provided. Notification of available services will be made on
www.fscmadison.org. If you will be videotaping, please be considerate of others and do so from the top of the stands.
No flash photography is permitted in the ice arena. The use of ice arena power sources is prohibited.
SPECTATOR CONDUCT
No items of any kind are to be thrown on the ice. Violation of this rule may subject the offender to ejection from the arena.
AWARDS
All skaters in Compete USA and Introductory Level events will receive an award for participation. In all other events,
awards will be presented to the top four places in each event. Awards will also be given to the top four skaters for the
combined short and long programs in initial rounds of Championship events and the top four places in the Championship
final round. Award recipients are encouraged to participate in the awards presentation and photography.
The Dorothy Sinykin Trophy will be awarded to the winner of the Intermediate Ladies Championship in memory of
Dorothy’s commitment to the Figure Skating Club of Madison and the sport of figure skating.
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OFFICIAL NOTICES
An official bulletin board will be maintained at the Registration desk. It is the responsibility of each competitor, parent,
and/or coach to check the bulletin board frequently for any schedule changes and/or additional information. Skaters
are requested to arrive 45 minutes prior to the scheduled time of their event. A tentative schedule of events will be
posted prior to the competition.
Prior to the event, schedules for skaters and coaches as well as general competition information will be available at
www.fscmadison.org. Schedules will NOT be mailed. Actual skating order is posted the day of the competition at the
event.
INFORMATION REGARDING COACHES
U.S. Figure Skating Rule MR 5.11 Coach Compliance
In order to be granted access to work within U.S. Figure Skating sanctioned activities, each coach must complete the
following requirements on an annual basis by July 1:
A. Must be a current full member of U.S. Figure Skating - either through a member club or as an individual member;
B. Must complete the coach registration process through the U.S. Figure Skating Members Only site, submit proper
payment for the annual registration fee of $30 and, if 18 years of age or older, successfully pass the background
screen.
C. Must complete the appropriate CER courses (A, B, C or D) depending on the highest level of students being
coached as of July 1. See rule MR 5.12.
D. Must submit proof of current general liability insurance with limits of $1 million per occurrence/$5 million aggregate.
For Compete USA ONLY coaches - Any person, 18 and older, instructing in a U.S. Figure Skating Compete USA Program
must have successfully passed the annual background screen and be registered as a Compete USA instructor member.
The local organizing committee/club will have a list of compliant coaches who are cleared for a credential at the
competition. Coaches will need to check in at the event registration desk and show a government issued photo I.D. to
receive a credential.
If a coach cannot provide a photo I.D. and is not on the list or cannot produce the necessary documents, he or
she will not be allowed a credential – no exceptions. We strongly urge all coaches to have their cards with them.
Non-credentialed coaches will not be permitted in the designated coaching area at rink side during events
including practice sessions. Coaching at U.S. Figure Skating events without compliance is an ethics violation which is
reported to U.S. Figure Skating and PSA.
For more information regarding Coach Compliance, please refer to:
http://www.usfigureskating.org/Content/Coaching%20Compliance%20Toolkit.pdf
LIABILITY
U.S. Figure Skating, FSC of Madison, Madison Ice Arena and Madison Ice, Inc accept no responsibility for injury or
damage sustained by any participant in this competition. This is in accordance with Rule 1600 of the official U.S. Figure
Skating Rulebook.
CONTACT INFO
If you have questions, please contact our LOC via email at [email protected]
Additional information can be found at www.fscmadison.org.
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SINGLES FREE SKATING EVENTS
See current rulebook/web site for current rules and requirements:
(http://www.usfigureskating.org/New_Judging.asp?id=361)
Illustration of Compete USA Program Events:
Illustration of Singles Free Skating Events:
Test Track
Free Skate
Well Balanced
Program Free Skate
Pre-Preliminary
No Test
Preliminary
Pre-Preliminary
Pre-Juvenile
Preliminary
Juvenile / Open Juv.
Pre-Juvenile
Intermediate
Juvenile / Open Juv.
Novice
Intermediate
Junior
Senior
Adult
Novice
Junior
Senior
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COMPETE USA EVENT: Basic Program Snowplow Sam – Basic 6
Format: The skating order of the required elements is optional. The elements are not restricted as to the number of times
the element is executed or length of glides, number of revolutions, etc. unless otherwise specified. Vocal music is allowed.
• To be skated on full ice
• The skater may use elements from a previous level
• A .2 deduction will be taken for each element performed from a higher level
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COMPETE USA EVENT: Pre-Free Skate – Free Skate 6 Program Event
Format: The skating order of the required elements is optional. The elements are not restricted as to the number of times
an element is executed, length of glides, number of revolutions, etc., unless otherwise stated. Connecting steps and
transitions should be demonstrated throughout the program.
• To be skated on full ice.
• The skater must demonstrate the required elements and may use but is not required to use any additional
elements from previous levels.
• A 0.2 deduction will be taken for each element performed from a higher level.
• Time 1:40 max.
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6.0 EVENT: Introductory Levels Free Skate Program
General event parameters:
1.
2.
Skaters will skate to the music of their choice. Vocal music is permitted.
Level will be determined by the highest Free Skate test passed. Skaters may compete at the highest level they have passed,
or “skate up” to one level higher.
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6.0 EVENT: Test Track Free Skate
General event parameters:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Skaters may not enter both a Well-Balanced Free Skate event and a Test Track Free Skate event at the same nonqualifying
competition.
Skaters will skate to the music of their choice. Vocal music is permitted at all levels.
Level will be determined by the highest Free Skate test passed. Skaters may compete at the highest level they have passed,
or “skate up” to one level higher.
Minimum number of spin revolutions are in ( ) following the spin description. Revolutions must be in position.
The following deductions will be taken:
•
0.1 from each mark for each technical element included that is not permitted in the event description.
•
0.2 from the technical mark for each extra element included.
•
0.1 from the technical mark for any spin that is less than the required minimum revolutions.
Level
Pre-Preliminary
1:40 max.
Preliminary
1:40 max.
Pre-Juvenile
2:00 +/- 10 sec.
Juvenile
2:15 +/- 10 sec.
Jumps
Spins
Maximum of 5 jump elements:
•
Jumps with not more
than one-half rotation
(front to back or back to
front including half-loop)
•
Single rotation jumps:
Salchow, toe loop and
loop only
•
Maximum 2 jump
combinations or
sequences
•
Maximum 2 of any
same type jump
Maximum of 5 jump elements:
•
Jumps with not more
than one rotation (no
Axels)
•
Maximum 2 jump
combinations or
sequences
•
Maximum 2 of any
same type jump
Maximum of 2 spins:
•
Two spins of a
different nature, one
position only. No
change of foot, no
flying entry
(Minimum 3
revolutions)
Maximum of 5 jump elements:
•
Jumps with not more
than one rotation (no
Axels).
•
Max. 2 jump
combinations or
sequences
•
Max. 2 of any same
type jump
Maximum of 5 jump elements:
•
Any single jumps,
including Axel, are
permitted.
•
Max. 2 jump
combinations or
sequences
•
Max. 2 of any same
type jump
Maximum of 2 spins:
•
One spin in one
position; no change of
foot, no flying entry.
(Minimum 3
revolutions)
•
One spin consisting
of a front scratch to
back scratch; exit on
spinning foot not
mandatory. (Min. 3
revolutions per foot)
Maximum of 2 spins:
•
One spin in one
position, no change of
foot (Min. 3
revolutions)
•
One combination
spin: forward camel
spin to forward sit
spin; change of foot
optional (Min. 6
revolutions). Spins
may not fly.
Maximum of 2 spins:
•
One solo spin in one
position, no change of
foot (Min. 4
revolutions).
•
One combination spin
with one change of
foot and at least one
change of position,
must include two of
the basic spin
positions. (Min. 4
revolutions per foot)
•
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Step Sequences
Qualifications
Connecting moves
and steps should
be demonstrated
throughout the
program.
Skaters may not
have passed tests
higher than U.S.
Figure Skating prepreliminary free
skate test.
Connecting moves
and steps should
be demonstrated
throughout the
program.
Skaters must have
passed at least the
U.S. Figure Skating
pre-preliminary free
skate test, but may
not have passed
tests higher than
the preliminary free
skate test.
One step
sequence fully
utilizing ice
surface
One step
sequence fully
utilizing ice
surface
Skaters must have
passed at least the
U.S. Figure Skating
preliminary free
skate test but may
not have passed
tests higher than
pre-juvenile free
skate test
Skaters must have
passed at least the
U.S. Figure Skating
pre-juvenile free
skate test but may
not have passed
tests higher than
juvenile free skate
test
Only solo spin may fly
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Level
Intermediate
2:30 +/- 10 sec.
Novice
Ladies: 3:00 +/- 10
sec.
Men:
3:30 +/- 10 sec.
Junior
Ladies: 3:30 +/- 10
sec.
Men:
4:00 +/- 10 sec.
Senior
Ladies: 4:00 +/- 10
sec.
Men:
4:30 +/- 10 sec.
Jumps
Spins
Maximum of 6 jump elements:
•
Any single jumps.
•
Double jumps permitted:
double Salchow and
double toe loop.Maximum
of 3 jump combinations or
sequences
•
Max. 2 of any same type
jump
Maximum of 2 spins:
•
One must be a flying
spin (min 5 revolutions),
•
One must be a
combination spin with at
least one change of foot
and at least one change
of position (minimum 4
revolutions per foot).
Maximum of 7 jump elements for
men and 6 for ladies:
•
Any single jumps.
•
Double jumps permitted:
double Salchow, double
toe loop and double
loop.Maximum of 3 jump
combinations or
sequences
•
Max. 2 of any same type
jump
Maximum of 3 spins, of a different
nature:
•
One must be a
combination spin with at
least one change of foot
and at least one change
of position (min 5 revs
per foot)
•
The other spins are the
option of the skater (min
6 revolutions per foot)
•
All spins may fly
Maximum of 3 spins of a different
nature:
•
One spin in one position
(Min. 6 revolutions)
•
One flying spin (Min. 6
revolutions)
•
One combination spin
consisting of all three
basic positions and one
change of foot (2 per
position, min. 5)
revolutions per foot)
Maximum of 3 spins of a different
nature:
•
One spin in one position
(Min. 6 revolutions)
•
One flying spin (Min. 6
revolutions)
•
One combination spin
consisting of all three
basic spin positions and
one change of foot (2
per position, min. 5
revolutions per foot)
Maximum of 8 jump elements for
men and 7 for ladies:
•
Any single jumps.
•
Double jumps permitted:
double Salchow, double
toe loop, double loop and
double flipMaximum of 3
jump combinations or
sequences
•
Max. 2 of any same type
jump
Maximum of 8 jump elements for
men and 7 for ladies:
•
Any single jumps.
•
Must include at least four
different double jumps, one
must be a double Lutz.
•
Triple jumps are not
permittedMaximum of 3
jump combinations or
sequences
•
Max. 2 of any same type
jump
Step Sequences
Qualifications
One step sequence
fully utilizing ice
surface
Skaters must have
passed at least the
U.S. Figure Skating
juvenile free skate
test but may not have
passed tests higher
than intermediate free
skate test
One step sequence
or spiral sequence
fully utilizing ice
surface
Skaters must have
passed at least the
U.S. Figure Skating
intermediate free
skate test but may not
have passed tests
higher than novice
free skate test
(see rule 4104 &
4105 for remarks)
One step sequence
fully utilizing ice
surface
(See rule 4105 for
remarks)
Men:
Two different step
sequences, one
being of advanced
difficulty, both fully
utilizing the ice
surface.
(See rule 4105 for
remarks)
Skaters must have
passed at least the
U.S. Figure Skating
novice free skate test
but may not have
passed tests higher
than junior free skate
test
Skaters must have
passed at least the
U.S. Figure Skating
junior free skate test
Ladies:
One step sequence
of advanced
difficulty, covering
the full ice surface
and one spiral
sequence. (See rule
4104 & 4105 for
remarks.)
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6.0 EVENT: Well Balanced Program Free Skate
General event parameters:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Skaters may not enter both a Well Balanced Free Skate event and a Test Track Free Skate event at the same non qualifying
competition.
Skaters will skate to the music of their choice. Vocal music is permitted at all levels.
Level will be determined by the highest Free Skate test passed. Skaters may compete at the highest level they have passed,
or “skate up” to one level higher.
All relevant and appropriate rules will be used. Coaches and athletes are expected to be aware of these rules by reading the
documents on www.usfigureskating.org , under “Technical Information”, then “Singles/Pairs”
Level
No-Test
PrePreliminary
Time
1:40 max
1:40 max
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Jumps
Spins
Step Sequences
Max. 5 jump elements:
•
Single jumps, with the exception of the
single Axel, are allowed
•
No single Axels, double jumps or triple
jumps
•
Maximum of 2 jump combinations or
sequences
•
Jump combinations limited to 2 jumps
except that one 3-jump combination with a
maximum of 3 single jumps is permitted
•
Jump sequences limited to a maximum of
3 single jumps
Half-loop is considered a listed jump with the value
of a single loop when used in a sequence or
combination
Max. 2 spins:
•
Spins may change feet
and/or position
•
Spins may start with a fly
•
Minimum 3 revs.
Spins must be of a different
character (For definition see rule
4103E)
Step
sequence*
Maximum of 5 jump elements:
•
All single jumps, including single Axel,
allowed
•
No double, triple or quadruple jumps
allowed
•
Axel may be repeated once as a solo
jump, as part of a jump combination or
jump sequence. (maximum of 2 single
Axels)
•
Number of single jumps is not limited
provided the maximum number of jump
elements allowed is not exceeded
•
Max. 2 jump combinations or sequences
•
Jump combinations are limited to 2 jumps
except that one 3-jump combination with a
maximum of 3 jumps is permitted.
•
Jump sequences limited to a maximum of
3 single jumps
•
½ loop is considered a listed jump with the
value of a single loop when used in a
sequence or combination
Maximum of 2 spins:
•
Spins may change feet
and/or position.
•
Spins may start with a fly.
•
Minimum of 3 revolutions
These spins must be of a different
character (For definition see Rule
4103 (E)
Must use onehalf the ice
surface
Moves in the
field and spiral
sequences are
permitted but
will not be
counted as
elements.
Jumps may be
included in the
step sequence
One step
sequenced
that must use
½ of the ice
surface.
Moves in the
field and spiral
sequences are
permitted, but
will not count
as elements
Jumps may be
included in the
step sequence
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Level
Preliminary
PreJuvenile
(Rule 4250)
Time
1:40 max
2:00
+/- 10
sec.
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Jumps
Spins
Maximum of 5 jump elements:
•
One must be an Axel or Waltz-jump type
jump
•
All single jumps, including single Axel,
allowed. Only 2 different jumps may be
attempted (limited to double Salchow,
double toe loop and double loop)
•
Double flip, double Lutz, double Axel,
triple or quadruple jumps are not allowed
•
An Axel plus up to two different, allowable
double jumps may be repeated once (but
not more) as solo jumps or part of jump
combinations or jump sequences
•
Number of single jumps is not limited
provided the maximum number of jump
elements allowed is not exceeded
•
Maximum 2 jump combinations or
sequences
•
Jump combinations are limited to 2 jumps
except that one 3-jump combination with a
maximum of 2 double jumps and 1 single
jump is permitted.
•
Jump sequences limited to a maximum of
3 single or double jumps
•
½ loop is considered a listed jump with the
value of a single loop when used in a
sequence or combination
Maximum of 5 jump elements:
•
One must be an Axel or waltz –jump.
•
Max. 2 jump combinations or sequences
•
Jump combinations limited to 2 jumps
•
Number of jumps in jump sequence is
limited to a max. of 3 single or double
jumps. (½ loop is not considered a single
jump at this level.)
•
Number of different double jumps is not
limited.
•
Axel and no more than 3 different double
jumps may be repeated as individual
jumps, as part of jump combination or
jump sequence.
•
Maximum of 2 Axels or any double jump
•
No double Axels or triple jumps
Maximum of 2 spins:
•
Spins may change feet
and/or position.
•
Spins may start with a fly.
•
Minimum of 3 revolutions
These spins must be of a different
character (For definition see Rule
4103 (E)
Step Sequences
One step
sequenced
that must use
½ of the ice
surface.
Moves in the
field and spiral
sequences are
permitted, but
will not count
as elements
Jumps may be
included in the
step sequence
Maximum of 2 spins:
• 1 spin combination; with/without
change of foot*, may fly.
• 1 spin with only 1 position*, may
fly, no change of foot
• Min 4 revs.; 6 revs. for combo
• Spins must be of a different
nature
One step
sequence fully
utilizing ice
surface.
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IJS EVENT: Well Balanced Program Free Skate
General event parameters:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Skaters may not enter both a Well Balanced Free Skate event and a Test Track Free Skate event at the same non qualifying
competition.
Skaters will skate to the music of their choice. Vocal music is permitted at all levels.
Level will be determined by the highest Free Skate test passed. Skaters may compete at the highest level they have passed,
or “skate up” to one level higher.
All relevant and appropriate IJS rules will be used. Coaches and athletes are expected to be aware of these rules by reading
the documents on www.usfigureskating.org , under “Technical Information”, then “Singles/Pairs”
Level
Juvenile
(under 14
years)
Time
2:15
+/- 10 sec.
Open
Juvenile
(14 years or
older)
(Rule 4240)
Intermediate
(Rule 4230)
2:30
+/- 10 sec.
Novice
Ladies
(Rule 4220)
3:00
+/- 10 sec.
Novice
Men
(Rule 4220)
3:30
+/- 10 sec.
Junior Ladies
(Rule 4210)
3:30
+/- 10 sec.
Revised: 17 August 2016
Jumps
Maximum of 5 jump elements:
• One must be an Axel-type jump*
• Max. 2 jump combinations or sequences
• Jump combinations limited to 2 jumps
• Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited
• No more than 3 double jumps may be repeated (1
each), but only as part of combination or sequence.
Max 2 of same double jump.
• No triple jumps
Maximum of 6 jump elements:
• 1 must be an Axel-type jump*
• Max 3 jump combinations (combos) or sequences
• Jump combinations limited to 2 jumps, but one 3-jump
combo is permitted
• Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited
• No more than 3 double/triple jumps may be repeated;
only 1 repeat may be a triple. Double or triple jump
repeated only in combo or seq. Max 2 same double or
triple.
Maximum of 6 jump elements:
• One must be an Axel-type jump*
• Max 3 jump combinations (combos) or sequences
• Jump combinations limited to 2 jumps, but one 3-jump
combo is permitted
• Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited
• No more than 3 double/triple jumps may be repeated;
only 1 repeat may be a triple. Double or triple jump
repeated only in combo or seq. Max 2 same double or
triple.
Maximum of 7 jump elements:
• One must be an Axel-type jump*
• Max 3 jump combinations (combos) or sequences
• Combos limited to 2 jumps, but one 3-jump combo is
permitted
• Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited
• One double Axel and two different triple jumps may be
repeated.
• If double Axel or triple jumps repeated, must be in
combo or sequence.
• No more than two of the same type of double or triple
may be attempted.
Maximum of 7 jump elements:
• One must be an Axel-type jump *
• Max 3 jump combinations (combos) or sequences
• Combos limited to 2 jumps, but one 3-jump combo is
permitted
• Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited
• 2 triples or quads may be repeated, but must be in
combo or
• sequence
• Max 2 double Axels as solo jump or in
combo/sequence
Spins
Maximum of 2 spins:
• 1 spin combination; with/without
change of foot*
• 1 spin with only 1 position; no change
of foot*
• Both spins may start with a fly
• Min 5 revs.; 8 revs. for combination
• Min 2 revs. in position
• Spins must be of a different nature
Maximum of 2 spins:
• 1 spin combination; w/without change
of foot*
• 1 spin with only 1 position; no change
of foot*
• Both spins may start with a fly
• Min 5 revs.; 8 revs. for combo
• Min 2 revs. in position
• Spins must be of a different nature
Step Sequences
One
choreographic
step sequence
fully utilizing ice
surface.
Maximum of 3 spins:
• Spins must be of a different nature
• 1 flying entry w/ no change of foot or
position*
• 1 spin combination; w/without change
of foot*
• 3rd spin is option of skater
• Min 6 revs.; 10 revs. for combo
• Min 2 revs. in position
• Spins may change feet and start with
a fly, except
• for the flying spin with no change of
foot or position
Maximum of 3 spins:
• S pins m us t be of a diffe re nt na ture
• 1 flying entry w/ no change of foot or
position*
• 1 spin combination; w/without change
of foot*
• 3rd spin is option of skater
• Min 6 revs.; 10 revs. for combo
• Min 2 revs. in position
• Spins may change feet and start with
a fly, except for the flying spin with no
change of foot or position
Maximum of 3 spins:
• 1 flying entry*
• 1 spin combination; w/without change
of foot*
• 1 spin with only 1 position *
• Min 6 revs.; 10 revs. for combo
• Min 2 revs. in position
• All spins may change feet and start
with a fly
• Spins must be of a different nature
One leveled step
sequence
Fully utilizing the
ice surface
One
choreographic
step sequence
fully utilizing ice
surface.
One leveled step
sequence
Fully utilizing the
ice surface.
One leveled step
sequence
Fully utilizing the
ice surface.
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Level
Junior Men
(Rule 4210)
Time
4:00
+/- 10 sec.
Senior
Ladies
(Rule 4200)
4:00
+/- 10 sec.
Senior Men
(Rule 4200)
4:30
+/- 10 sec.
Revised: 17 August 2016
Jumps
Maximum of 8 jump elements:
• One must be an Axel-type jump *
• Max 3 jump combinations (combos) or sequences
• Combos limited to 2 jumps, but one 3-jump combo is
permitted
• Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited
• 2 triples or quads may be repeated, but must be in
combo or
• sequence
• Max 2 double Axels as solo jump or in
combo/sequence
Maximum of 7 jump elements:
• One must be an Axel-type jump *
• Max 3 jump combinations (combos) or sequences
• Combos limited to 2 jumps, but one 3-jump combo is
permitted
• Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited
• 2 triples or quads may be repeated, but must be in
combo or
• Sequence
• Max 2 double Axels as solo jump or in
combo/sequence
Spins
Maximum of 3 spins:
• 1 flying entry*
• 1 spin combination; w/without change
of foot*
• 1 spin with only 1 position *
• Min 6 revs.; 10 revs. for combo
• Min 2 revs. in position
• All spins may change feet and start
with a fly
• Spins must be of a different nature
Step Sequences
One leveled step
sequence
Fully utilizing the
ice surface.
Maximum of 3 spins:
• 1 flying entry*
• 1 spin combination; w/without change
of foot*
• 1 spin with only 1 position *
• Min 6 revs.; 10 revs. for combo
• Min 2 revs. in position
• All spins may change feet and start
with a fly
• Spins must be of a different nature
One leveled step
sequence
One
choreographic
sequence
Fully utilizing the
ice surface
Maximum of 8 jump elements:
• One must be an Axel-type jump *
• Max 3 jump combinations (combos) or sequences
• Combos limited to 2 jumps, but one 3-jump combo is
permitted
• Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited
• 2 triples or quads may be repeated, but must be in
combo or
• sequence
• Max 2 double Axels as solo jump or in
combo/sequence
Maximum of 3 spins:
• 1 flying entry*
• 1 spin combination; w/without change
of foot*
• 1 spin with only 1 position *
• Min 6 revs.; 10 revs. for combo
• Min 2 revs. in position
• All spins may change feet and start
with a fly
• Spins must be of a different nature
One leveled step
sequence
One
choreographic
sequence
Fully utilizing the
ice surface
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6.0 EVENT: Adult Well Balanced Free Skate
General event parameters
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Skaters will skate to the music of their choice. Vocal music IS permitted at all levels.
Level will be determined by the highest Free Skate test passed.
Minimum number of spin revolutions are in ( ) following the spin description. Revolutions must be in position.
The 6.0 judging system will be used for this event.
All relevant and appropriate USFS rules will be used. Coaches and athletes are expected to be aware of these rules by
reading the documents on www.usfigureskating.org, under “Technical Information”, then “Adult Skating”
The following deductions will be taken:
•
Spins of a different character – this refers to the abbreviation of a spin, e.g. Combination spin with a change of foot
(CCoSp) and a combination with no change of foot (CoSp) are spins of a different character; and a flying sit spin (FSSp)
and a sit spin (SSp) are of a different character. For more information, see USFS rule 4103E.
•
6.0 System Penalties:
• 0.1 in each mark for each illegal element
• 0.1 in 1st mark for insufficient revolutionss.
• 0.2 in 1st mark should be deducted for each jump and/or spin element exceeding the max.
• 0.1in each mark for time violation
• 0.1 in 1st mark for step seq. not fully utilizing the ice
• 0.2 in 1st mark should be deducted if an element indicated by an * is omit
Level
Adult Pre-Bronze
(Rule 4600)
Time
1:40 max
* required element
Adult Bronze
(Rule 4590)
1:50 max
* required element
Adult Silver
(Rule 4580)
2:10 max
* required element
Revised: 17 August 2016
Jumps
Max 4
• Jump combinations and sequences are
optional, but no more than 2
combinations or sequences may be
included
• One jump combination/sequence may
consist of three jumps, and the other may
have only two jumps.
• Each jump may be repeated only once
and only as part of combination or
sequence (maximum of 2 of any jump)
• Only single and half-revolution jumps are
allowed
• No Lutz, Axel or double jumps are
allowed
Max 4
• Min 1*, max 2 combinations or
sequences;
• One combination/sequence may consist
of three jumps, and the other may have
only two jumps
• Each jump may be repeated only once,
and only as part of combination or
sequence (maximum of 2 of any jump)
• All single jumps are permitted (except
Axel)
• No Axel, double or triple jumps are
permitted
Spins
Max 2
• Min 3revolutions total if no
change of foot
• No flying spins are permitted
Step Sequences
Max 1
• Connecting steps
throughout the program
are required
Max 2
• Spins must be of different
character (for definition, see
USFS rule 4103E)
• Min 3 revs total if no change
of foot
• Min 3 revs each foot if
change of foot
• Min 2 revs in position
• No flying spins are permitted
Max 1
To be chosen from:
• Step sequence
or
• Spiral sequence (any
pattern)
Max 5
• Min 1*, max 2 combinations or
sequences
• One combination/sequence may consist
of three jumps, and the other may have
only two jumps
• Additional jump sequences which contain
non-listed jumps of not more than one
revolution (i.e. mazurkas, half-loops, etc.)
performed as part of connecting footwork
preceding single jumps are permitted
• Each jump may be repeated only once,
and only as part of combination or
sequence
• All single jumps are permitted, including
an Axel-type jump.
• No double or triple jumps are permitted
Max 2
• Spins must be of different
character (for definition, see
USFS rule 4103E)
• Min 3 revs total if no change
of foot
• Min 3 revs each foot if
change of foot
• Min 2 revs in position
Max 1
To be chosen from:
• Step sequence
or
• Spiral sequence (any
pattern)
Must use at least ½ ice
surface
Additional moves in the
field,
spiral and step sequences
will not be counted as
elements but will be
counted as transitions and
marked as such.
Must use at least ½ ice
surface
Additional moves in the
field,
spiral and step sequences
will not be counted as
elements but will be
counted as transitions and
marked as such.
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IJS EVENT: Adult Well Balanced Free Skate
General event parameters
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Skaters will skate to the music of their choice. Vocal music IS permitted at all levels.
Level will be determined by the highest Free Skate test passed.
Minimum number of spin revolutions are in ( ) following the spin description. Revolutions must be in position.
The IJS judging system will be used for this event.
All relevant and appropriate USFS rules will be used. Coaches and athletes are expected to be aware of these rules by
reading the documents on www.usfigureskating.org, under “Technical Information”, then “Adult Skating”
Championship Gold
&
Adult Gold
(Rule 4570)
2:40 max
* required element
Championship
Masters
Intermediate/Novice
and
Masters
Intermediate/Novice
(Rule 4540)
3:10 max
* required element
Championship
Masters
Junior/Senior
and
Masters
Junior/Senior
(Rule 4510)
3:40 max
* required element
Revised: 17 August 2016
Max 5
• Min 1*, max 3 combinations or
sequences
• Two combinations/sequences are limited
to two jumps, and one three jump
combination/sequence is permitted
• Each jump may be repeated only once,
and only as part of combination or
sequence
• All single jumps, including an Axel-type
jump, are permitted, as are the following
double jumps: double toe loop, double
Salchow.
• No double-double jump combinations or
sequences are permitted
• Double loop, double flip, double Lutz,
double Axel and triple jumps are not
permitted
Max 6
• 1 must be an Axel-type jump, and at least
one must be a jump combination or jump
sequence
• Up to three may be in jump combinations
or jump sequences
• One jump combination/sequence may
contain three jumps; the remaining jump
combinations/sequences are limited to
two jumps
• Only the following double jumps may be
performed: double toe loop, double
Salchow, double loop
• Only one double-double jump
combination or sequence is permitted
• Double flip, double Lutz, double Axel and
triple jumps are not permitted
Max 7
• One must be an Axel-type jump, and at
least one must be a jump combination or
jump sequence
• Up to three may be jump combinations or
jump sequences
• One jump combination may contain three
jumps; the remaining jump combinations
are limited to two jumps
• The number ofjumps in a jump sequence
is not limited; however only the two
highest-value jumps in a sequence will
be counted
• No Axels or multi-rotation jumps may be
repeated more than once, and if
repeated, those jumps must be in
combination or sequence
Max 3
• Spins must be of different
character (for definition, see
USFS rule 4103E)
• Min 4 revs total if no change
of foot
• Min 4 revs each foot if
change of foot
• Min 2 revs in position
Max 1
To be chosen from:
• Choreographic step
sequence
or
• Choreographic sequence
Must fully utilize the ice
surface
Additional moves in the
field,
spiral and step sequences
will not be counted as
elements but will be
counted as transitions and
marked as such.
Max 3
• If a spin includes a change
of foot, it must have a
minimum of four revolutions
on each foot. All other spins
must have a minimum of five
revolutions
• There must be a minimum of
two revolutions in each
position, or the position will
not be counted.
• The skaters have freedom to
select the kinds of spins they
intend to execute within the
spin types allowed.
Max 1
To be chosen from:
• Choreographic step
sequence
or
• Choreographic sequence
Max 3
• If a spin includes a change
of foot, it must have a
minimum of four revolutions
on each foot.
• All other spins must have a
minimum of five revolutions.
• There must be a minimum of
two revolutions in each
position, or the position will
not be counted.
• The skaters have freedom to
select the kinds of spins they
intend to execute within the
spin types allowed.
Max 1
To be chosen from:
• Choreographic step
sequence
or
• Choreographic sequence
Must fully utilize the ice
surface
Additional moves in the
field,
spiral and step sequences
will not be counted as
elements but will be
counted as transitions and
marked as such.
Must fully utilize the ice
surface
Additional moves in the
field,
spiral and step sequences
will not be counted as
elements but will be
counted as transitions and
marked as such.
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SINGLES WELL BALANCED SHORT PROGRAM EVENTS
The short program events outlined below will be skated. Juvenile Short Program will also be offered and will follow the same
requirements as the Intermediate Short Program.
CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS
COMBINED WELL BALANCED SHORT PROGRAM & WELL BALANCED FREE SKATE
Championship Open Free Skating events will be offered at the following levels:
Intermediate,
Novice,
Junior and
Senior level.
The Championship Event is a combined event consisting of the Short and Long Program.
Should entries call for an initial round, it will include both the Short and Long Program; the final round will include only the
Long Program.
The number of skaters moving from initial rounds to the championship round will be posted at the competition. Skaters are
allowed to enter both the Championship events and separate Short Program and Open Free Skating events.
Revised: 17 August 2016
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COMPULSORY EVENTS
See current rulebook/web site for current rules and requirements:
(http://www.usfigureskating.org/New_Judging.asp?id=361)
Illustration of Compete USA Program Events:
Illustration of Singles Compulsory Events:
Beginner
Introductory Levels
High Beginner
No Test
Pre-Preliminary
Preliminary
Pre-Juvenile
Juvenile / Open Juv.
Intermediate
Novice
Junior
Senior
Revised: 17 August 2016
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COMPETE USA EVENT: Basic Elements Event: SNOWPLOW SAM – BASIC 6
Format: In simple program form, using a limited number of connecting steps, the skating
order of the required elements is optional.
•
•
To be skated on 1/2 ice
No music
Revised: 17 August 2016
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COMPETE USA EVENT: Pre-Free Skate - Free Skate 6 Compulsory Event
Format: In simple program form, using a limited number of connecting steps, the skating
order of the required elements is optional
•
•
•
•
•
To be skated on ½ ice
Music is not allowed
The skater must demonstrate the required elements and may use any additional elements from previous levels
A .2 deduction will be taken for each element performed from a higher level
Time: 1:15 max
Revised: 17 August 2016
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6.0 EVENT: Introductory Levels Compulsory Event
Format: In simple program form, using a limited number of connecting steps, the skating
order of the required elements is optional
•
•
•
•
To be skated on ½ ice
No music is allowed
The skater must demonstrate the required elements and may use any additional elements from previous levels
A .2 deduction will be taken for each element performed from a higher level
Revised: 17 August 2016
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6.0 EVENT: COMPULSORY MOVES
Format: In simple program form, using a limited number of connecting steps, the skating
order of the required elements is optional
General event parameters:
1.
2.
3.
4.
NoTest – Juvenile: Elements skated on ½ ice
Intermediate – Senior: Elements skated on full-ice
Elements may be performed only once.
Music is not allowed.
Level
Time
No-Test
1:15 max.
Pre-Preliminary
1:15 max.
Preliminary
1:15 max.
Pre-Juvenile
1:15 max.
Juvenile
1:15 max.
Open Juvenile
Intermediate
1:30 max.
Novice
1:30 max.
Junior
1:30 max.
Senior
1:30 max.
Revised: 17 August 2016
Skating rules / standards
• Loop jump
• Jump combination to include a toe loop (may not use a loop or Axel)
• Solo spin - sit or camel spin - minimum three revolutions
• Spiral sequence, must include a forward and backward spiral. Additional spirals
and balance moves may be included.
• Toe Loop jump
• Jump combination: single/single (no Axel)
• Sit spin or camel spin - minimum three revolutions
• Spiral sequence with one forward spiral and one backward spiral (any edge)
• Lutz jump
• Jump combination: single/single (may include Axel)
• Back upright spin - minimum three revolutions
• Forward inside spiral
• Single jump (may include Axel)
• Jump combination: single / single (may include Axel)
• Layback spin or camel spin; min. 3 revolutions
• Step sequence - Circular
• Single Axel
• Jump combination: single / single or double / single
• Layback spin or camel spin; min. 3 revolutions
• Step sequence – Circular
• Double Salchow or double toe-loop
• Jump combination: single / single or double / single
• Flying spin; min. 5 revolutions
• Step sequence – Straight line
• Double loop
• Jump combination: double / single or double / double
• Flying spin; min. 5 revolutions
• Step sequence – Straight line
• Double flip
• Jump combination: double / double or triple / double
• Combination spin; min. 10 revolutions
• Step sequence – Straight line
• Double Lutz
• Jump combination: double / double or triple / double
• Combination spin; min. 10 revolutions
• Step sequence – Straight line
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6.0 EVENT: Adult Compulsory Moves
General event parameters:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Adult Silver and lower will be skated ½ ice; Adult Gold – Masters Senior will be skated on full ice
Minimum number of revolutions are noted in ( ).
All compulsory skating events will be skated with no music.
Minimal connecting moves, steps and edges throughout the program are allowed.
Elements may be skated in any order and no additional elements are permitted.
Elements may not be repeated.
Jumps with an “*” must be preceded with connecting steps (Adult Gold – Masters Senior)
Spins may be skated in any order. Connecting steps are allowed, but will not be taken into consideration in scoring. Spins may
not be repeated. Only required elements may be included.
Level
Time
Adult
Pre-Bronze
1:30 max
Adult Bronze
1:30 max
Adult Silver
1:30 max
Adult Gold
1:30 max
Adult Masters
Intermediate
and Novice
1:30 max
Adult
Masters
Junior and
Senior
1:30 max
Revised: 17 August 2016
Skating rules / standards
• Forward crossovers, 5 each direction
• Forward spiral, straight line or outside edge, or lunge
• Waltz jump
• Two-foot spin (min. 3 revolutions in position)
• Salchow jump
• Jump combination of a waltz jump and a toe loop
• One-foot upright spin (min. 3 revolutions in position)
• Adult Bronze Moves Pattern 5 (Five-step Mohawk sequence)
• Flip jump
• Jump combination of Salchow and loop
• Sit spin (min. 3 revolutions in position)
• Adult Silver Moves Pattern 1 (Eight-step Mohawk sequence), one direction only
• Lutz jump
• Flip-loop combination jump (no turn or change of foot *
• Camel spin (min. 3 revolutions in position) Adult Gold Moves Pattern 3
• (Forward outside double three-turns on one foot, forward inside double three turns on
the other foot.
• Single Axel jump
• Jump combination of Lutz jump and loop *
• Spin combination consisting of at least one change of foot and at least one
• change of position (min. 4 revolutions on each foot
• Intermediate Moves Pattern 5 (Inside slide chasse pattern)
• Double Salchow jump
• Jump combination of Axel jump and double toe loop *
• Spin combination consisting all three positions and one change of foot (min.
• 2 revolutions in each position and min. 5 revolutions on each foot.
• Junior Moves Pattern 4 (Choctaw sequence), one diagonal only
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JUMPS CHALLENGE EVENTS
6.0 EVENT: Jumps Challenge
General event parameters:
1.
2.
3.
Each jump may be attempted twice; the best attempt will be counted.
Pre-juvenile and lower will be skated ½ ice; Juvenile – senior will be skated on full ice
Jumps with an “*” must be preceded with connecting steps (intermediate – senior)
Level
Time
Beginner
1:15 max.
High Beginner
1:15 max.
No Test
1:15 max.
Pre – Preliminary
1:15 max.
Preliminary
1:15 max.
Pre – Juvenile
1:15 max.
Juvenile & Open
Juv.
1:15 max.
Intermediate
1:15 max.
Novice
1:15 max.
Junior
1:15 max.
Senior
1:15 max.
Revised: 17 August 2016
Skating rules / standards
• Waltz jump (from backward crossovers)
• ½ flip or ½ Lutz
• Single Salchow
• Waltz jump (from backward crossovers)
• Single Salchow
• Jump combination – Waltz jump-toe loop
• Single toe loop
• Single loop
• Jump combination – Any two ½ or single revolution jumps (no Axel)
• Single toe loop
• Single flip
• Jump combination - Any two ½ or single revolution jumps (no Axel)
• Single flip
• Single Lutz
• Jump combination – Any single jump + single loop (may be Axel)
• Single Axel
• Single or double jump
• Jump combination – single / single (no Axel)
• Single Axel
• Double Salchow
• Jump combination – single / single or double / single (no Axel)
• Single Axel
• Double loop*
• Jump combination – double / single (no Axel)
• Double loop
• Double flip*
• Jump combination – double / double (may be double Axel)
• Choice of double or triple jump
• Double or triple flip*
• Jump combination – double / double (may be double Axel)
• Choice of double or triple jump
• Double or triple Lutz*
• Jump combination – double / double or triple / double (may be double Axel)
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SPINS CHALLENGE EVENTS
6.0 EVENT: Spins Challenge
General event parameters:
1.
2.
3.
Spins may be skated in any order. Connecting steps are allowed, but will not be taken into consideration in scoring. Spins may
not be repeated. On required elements may be included.
All events are skated on ½ ice.
Minimum number of revolutions are noted in ( ).
Beginner / High Beginner / No Test levels may be combined, based on registration numbers.
Level
Beginner
Time
1:30 max.
High Beginner
1:30 max.
No Test
1:30 max.
Pre – Preliminary
1:30 max.
Preliminary
1:30 max.
Pre – Juvenile
1:30 max.
Juvenile &
Open Juvenile
1:30 max.
Intermediate
1:30 max.
Novice
1:30 max.
Junior
1:30 max.
Senior
1:30 max.
Revised: 17 August 2016
Skating rules / standards
• Upright one-foot spin (3)
• Upright two-foot spin (3)
• Sit spin (3)
• Upright one-foot spin (3)
• Upright two-foot spin (3)
• Sit spin (3)
• Upright one-foot spin (3)
• Upright two-foot spin (3)
• Sit spin (3)
• Upright one-foot spin (3)
• Upright back scratch spin (3)
• Sit spin (3)
• Forward scratch to back scratch spin (3)
• Combination spin with no change of foot (4)
• Sit spin (3)
• Camel spin (3)
• Combination spin – camel to sit spin; no change of foot (6)
• Forward to backward scratch spin (3 per foot)
• Sit spin (4)
• Combination spin – change of foot; optional change of position (4 per foot)
• Girls – layback spin (4); Boys – camel spin (4)
• Flying camel spin (5)
• Sit spin to backward sit spin (4 per foot)
• Combination spin – change of foot & change of position (4 per foot)
• Choice of camel, sit or layback spin (6)
• Camel spin to backward camel spin (4 per foot in position)
• Combination spin – change of foot & two changes of position (2 per position & 5 per foot)
• Flying sit spin or flying reverse sit spin (6)
• Ladies – layback spin (6); men – cross-foot spin (6)
• Combination spin – with change of foot & utilizing all three positions (2 per position & 5 per foot)
• Flying spin of choice (6)
• Solo spin of choice (6) – may not fly
• Combination spin – with change of foot & utilizing all three positions (2 per position & 5 per foot)
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DATES TO REMEMBER
All Forms and Payments are to be completed online
Revised: 17 August 2016
Registration & Practice Ice Reservation Opens
www.fscmadison.org
Friday, July 1, 2016
Registration & Practice Ice Reservation Closes
Monday, August 15, 2016
IJS Planned Program Content Deadline
Music Upload Deadline
Thursday, September 1, 2016
Practice Ice Selection Opens **TENTATIVE**
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Additional Practice Ice Purchase Opens
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Competition Begins
Friday, September 16, 2016
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2016 MADISON OPEN REGISTRATION INFORMATION
FOR REFERENCE ONLY
Online entry is required @ www.fscmadison.org
Last:
USFSA/Compete USA#:
First:
Street Address:
City:
Phone: (
)
Date of Birth:
Highest Test Passed
Compete USA:
Email:
Primary Coach’s Name:
Coach’s Email Address:
Coach’s Address:
Well Balanced
Free Skate
State:
Home Club:
Sex:
Male
or
ZIP:
Female
Free Skating:
Phone: (
)
City:
6.0 EVENTS
Test Track
Compulsory
Free Skate
Jump Event
State/ZIP:
Spin Event
Beginner
High Beginner
NoTest
Pre-Preliminary
Preliminary
Pre-Juvenile
Juvenile
Open Juvenile
Intermediate
Novice
Junior
Senior
Adult Pre-Bronze
Adult Bronze
Adult Silver
IJS EVENTS
Short
Well Balanced
Program
Free Skate
COMPETE USA EVENTS
Free Skate
Compulsory
Program
/ Elements
Snowplow Sam
Basic 1
Basic 2
Basic 3
Basic 4
Basic 5
Basic 6
Pre-Free Skate
Free Skate 1
Free Skate 2
Free Skate 3
Free Skate 4
Free Skate 5
Free Skate 6
Championship
(combined SP & FS)
Juvenile
Open Juvenile
Intermediate
Novice
Junior
Senior
Adult Gold
Adult Masters Int/Nov
Adult Masters Jr/Sr
ENTRY FEES: Online payments only @ EntryEeze
Amt.
Championship Event
IJS Event – First entry
IJS Event – Subsequent entry
6.0 Event – First Entry
6.0 Event – Subsequent Entry
Compete USA Event – First Entry
Compete USA Event – Subsequent Entry
Practice Ice Reservation: $20/session (maximum 1 reservation per event entered)
Late Fee (application accepted after 8/15/2016 only at discretion of referee)
Qty
$150
$120
$50
$105
$35
$75
$25
$20
$25
Total
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
TOTAL
No refunds will be made after the deadline on August 15, 2016, except for cancelled events. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Revised: 17 August 2016
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