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Technical Requirements for «A» Class

Pre-CHICKS A Girls and Boys (Born 2015 and younger)
Free Skating Program: 2:00 min. ±10 sec. 

A well balanced Free Skating program must contain:
- maximum of four (4) jump elements;
- maximum of two (2) jump combinations (NB! A jump combination can contain only two (2) jumps. A jump combination containing three (3) jumps is NOT permitted); A jump sequence consists of 2 (two) jumps of any number of revolutions, beginning with any jump, immediately followed by an Axel type jump with a direct step from the landing curve of the first jump to the take-off curve of the Axel jump.
- maximum of two (2) spins of a different nature;
- one (1) step sequence fully utilizing the ice surface. The element will receive value and be evaluated by the judges in GOE.
Components:
- skating skills
- performance / execution
The factor for the Program Components is 2,5.
The level of spins and step sequences cannot be higher than 2. Any additional features will not count for Level requirements and will be ignored by the Technical Panel.

CHICKS A Girls and Boys (2013/2014)
Free Skating Program: 2:00 min. ±10 sec. 
A well balanced Free Skating program must contain:
- maximum of four (4) jump elements; At least one (1) Axel-type jump
- maximum of two (2) jump combinations (NB! A jump combination can contain only two (2) jumps. A jump combination containing three (3) jumps is NOT permitted); A jump sequence consists of 2 (two) jumps of any number of revolutions, beginning with any jump, immediately followed by an Axel type jump with a direct step from the landing curve of the first jump to the take-off curve of the Axel jump.
- maximum of two (2) spins of a different nature;
- one (1) step sequence fully utilizing the ice surface. The element will receive value and be evaluated by the judges in GOE.
Components:
- skating skills
- performance / execution
The factor for the Program Components is 2,5.
The level of spins and step sequences cannot be higher than 2. Any additional features will not count for Level requirements and will be ignored by the Technical Panel.

CUBS A Girls and Boys (Born 2011/2012)
Free Skating Program: 2:30 min. ±10 sec. 
A well balanced Free Skating program must contain:
- maximum of four (4) jump elements (one of which must be an Axel-type jump);
- maximum of two (2) jump combinations or sequences (NB! A jump combination can contain only two (2) jumps. A jump combination containing three (3) jumps is NOT permitted); A jump sequence consists of 2 (two) jumps of any number of revolutions, beginning with any listed jump, immediately followed by an Axel type jump with a direct step from the landing curve of the first jump to the take-off curve of the Axel jump.
- maximum of two (2) spins of a different nature, there must be one (1) spin combination with (minimum three (3) revolutions on each foot) or without change of foot (minimum five (6) revolutions in total) and one spin with no change of position and with change of foot (minimum three (3) revolution on each foot) or without change of foot (minimum of six (6) revolutions in total).
Flying entry is allowed for both spins.
- one step sequence fully utilizing the ice surface. The sequence will receive a Level and will be evaluated in GOE.
Components that are judged:
- skating skills
- performance / execution
The factor for the Program Components is 2,5.
The level of spins and step sequences cannot be higher than 2. Any additional features will not count for Level requirements and will be ignored by the Technical Panel.


NB! Additional information
1.Judging is carried out in accordance with ISU Comm. 2254 and additions related to these documents.
2. Any single or double jump (including 1A) may be executed only twice (2).
3. Time violation - 0.5 point deduction for every 5 seconds in excess.
4. Falls - 0.5 point deduction for every fall.
5. Interruption:
10-20 sec: -0,5 point deduction
20-30 sec: -1,0 point deduction
30-40 sec: -1,5 point deduction
Interruption of the program with allowance of up to three (3) minutes to resume from the point of interruption - 2.5 point deduction
6. There shall be no bonus for difficult elements in the second half of the program.
7. Protests must be submitted not later than 24 hours after the publication of results. Protest can be filed against the incorrect determination of the executed element or any calculation error. In case of incorrect determination of the executed element, all technical panel members (TC, TS and assistent TS) must agree with the correction. The correction shall be determined on the basis of official recording only. Protest fee os EUR 50. The protest must be submitted to the Referee of the event in writing. In case the Referee cannot be reached, the protest can be submitted to the competition Office (ISU Rule 123).
8. Pre-chicks, Chicks and Cubs category skaters are allowed to participate in a higher category if their skills meet the technical requirements of that category.
9. Warm-up time for Pre-Chicks, Chicks, Cubs and Basic Novice is 4 min and there can be up to 8 skaters in a warm-up group. Warm-up time for Intermediate Novice is 5 min., Advanced Novice short program is 4 min and free skating is 5 min.

BASIC NOVICE
Basic Novice category will be held in accordance with ISU Communication 2396 and all respective ISU Communications.
Age requirements: Skater has not reached the age of thirteen (13) before July 1st preceding the event.
Free Skating 2:30 min, +/- 10 sec


INTERMEDIATE NOVICE
Intermediate Novice category will be held in accordance with ISU Communication 2396 and all respective ISU Communications.
Age requirements: Skater has not reached the age of fifteen (15) before July 1st preceding the event.
Free Skating 3:00 min, +/- 10 sec


ADVANCED NOVICE
Advanced Novice category will be held in accordance with ISU Communication 2396 and all respective ISU Communications.

Age requirements:
- has reached at least the age of ten (10)
- has not reached the age of fifteen (15)
before July 1st preceding the event

Short program 2:20 +/- 10 sec
Free skating 3:00 min, +/- 10 sec


JUNIOR Ladies and Men
In accordance with ISU Special Regulations and Technical Rules for Single and Pair Skating 2018.
Single Skating Short Program – reg. nr 611, ISU Communication 2382
Single Skating Free Program – reg. nr 612, ISU Communication 2382
ISU Communication 2334

Technical Requirements for «B» and «C» Class

PRE-CHICKS C
Girls and Boys (born 2015 and younger)
Free Program: 2:00 min ± 10 sec
1. Maximum of four (4) and minimum of two (2) jump elements - maximum of two (2) jump combinations. Jump combinations may consist of only two (2) jumps. A jump sequence is not allowed. - 1A, 1F, 1Lz and double (2) jumps are not allowed - Waltz jump is allowed in Pre-Chicks C category and has a value 0.20
2. Maximum of two (2) spins, each spin in one position (spin in only one (1) position will be counted, minimum of 3 revolutions each)
3. One step sequence ( 2/3 ice covered) Please note that Pre-Chicks C category is for very beginner level skaters! Components that are judged: - skating skills - performance / execution

The factor for the Program Components is 1.5 The level of spins and step sequences cannot be higher than Base . Any additional features will not count for Level requirements and will be ignored by the Technical Panel.

Pre-CHICKS B Girls and Boys (Born 2015 or later)
Free Skating 2 min. ±10 sec.
-maximum of four (4) jump elements;
- maximum of one (2) jump combinations or sequences (NB! A jump combination can contain only two (2) jumps. A jump combination containing three (3) jumps is NOT permitted); A jump sequence is not allowed; Axel, Lutz, Flip and double (2) jumps are NOT permitted.
- maximum of two (2) spins of a different nature (minimum of 3 revolutions each);
- One (1) Step sequence with full utilization of the ice surface. The sequence will receive a Level and will be evaluated in GOE.

Components:
- skating skills
- performance / execution

The factor for the Program Components is 2,5. The level of spins and step sequences cannot be higher than level Base. Any additional features will not count for Level requirements and will be ignored by the Technical Panel.


CHICKS B Girls and Boys (Born 2013/2014)
Free Skating 2 min. ±10 sec.
-maximum of four (4) jump elements;
- maximum of one (2) jump combinations or sequences (NB! A jump combination can contain only two (2) jumps. A jump combination containing three (3) jumps is NOT permitted); A jump sequence is not allowed; 1A and double jumps are not allowed
- maximum of two (2) spins of a different nature (minimum of 3 revolutions each);
- one (1) step sequence; The sequence will receive a Level and will be evaluated in GOE.

Components:
- skating skills
- performance / execution

The factor for the Program Components is 2,5. The level of spins and step sequences cannot be higher than level 2. Any additional features will not count for Level requirements and will be ignored by the Technical Panel.


CUBS B Girls and Boys (Born 2011/2012)
Free Skating 2 min., 30 sec. ±10 sec.
-maximum of four (4) jump elements;
- at least one (1) and maximum two (2) jump combinations or jump sequence. Jump combinations may consist of 2 jumps only. Combinations of 3 jumps are not allowed. A jump sequence consists of 2 (two) jumps of any number of revolutions, beginning with any listed jump, immediately followed by an Axel type jump with a direct step from the landing curve of the first jump to the take-off curve of the Axel jump.
- 1 Axel and one (1) double jump is allowed and it may be repeated no more than two (2) times
- 2F and 2Lz are not allowed
- maximum of two (2) spins of a different nature: one (1) spin combination with change of foot (minimum three (3) revolutions on each foot) or without change of foot (min. six (6) revolutions in total); one spin with no change of position and with a change of foot (minimum three (3) revolutions on each foot) or without a change of foot (min. six (6) revolutions in total); Flying entry is allowed for both spins;
- one step sequence; The sequence will receive a Level and will be evaluated in GOE.

Components:
- skating skills
- performance / execution

The factor for the Program Components is 2,5. The level of spins and step sequences cannot be higher than Level 2. Any additional features will not count for Level requirements and will be ignored by the Technical Panel.


SPRINGS  Girls and Boys (Born 2009/2010) 
Free Skating 2 min., 30 sec. ±10 sec.
-maximum of four (4) jump elements (one of which must be an Axel type jump);
- maximum of two (2) jump combinations or jump sequences; Combinations of 3 jumps are not allowed; A jump sequence consists of 2 (two) jumps of any number of revolutions, beginning with any listed jump, immediately followed by an Axel type jump with a direct step from the landing curve of the first jump to the take-off curve of the Axel jump.
- 2F, 2Lz, 2A and triple jumps are not allowed
- Maximum two (2) double jumps are allowed (2S, 2T, 2Lo)
- Any single or double jump may be executed only twice (2)
- Maximum two (2) spins of different nature:
One (1) spin combination (min 8 revolutions in total)
One (1) spin is optional (min 4 revolutions)
One (1) Step sequence with full utilization of the ice surface. The sequence will receive a Level and will be evaluated in GOE

Components:
- skating skills
- performance / execution

The factor for the Program Components is 2,5. The level of spins and step sequences cannot be higher than level 2. Any additional features will not count for Level requirements and will be ignored by the Technical Panel.


NB! Additional information:
1.Judging is carried out in accordance with ISU Comm. 2334 and additions related to these documents.
2. Any single or double jump (including 1A) may be executed only twice (2).
3. Time violation - 0.5 point deduction for every 5 seconds in excess.
4. Falls - 0.5 point deduction for every fall.
5. Interruption:
10-20 sec: -0,5 point deduction
20-30 sec: -1,0 point deduction
30-40 sec: -1,5 point deduction
Interruption of the program with allowance of up to three (3) minutes to resume from the point of interruption - 2.5 point deduction
6. There shall be no bonus for difficult elements in the second half of the program.
7. Protests must be submitted not later than 24 hours after the publication of results. Protest can be filed against the incorrect determination of the executed element or any calculation error. In case of incorrect determination of the executed element, all technical panel members (TC, TS and assistent TS) must agree with the correction. The correction shall be determined on the basis of official recording only. Protest fee os EUR 50. The protest must be submitted to the Referee of the event in writing. In case the Referee cannot be reached, the protest can be submitted to the competition Office (ISU Rule 123).
8. Pre-chicks, Chicks and Cubs category skaters are allowed to participate in a higher category if their skills meet the technical requirements of that category.
9. Warm-up time is 4 min and there can be up to 10 skaters in a warm-up group.

 

NOVICE B Girls and Boys (10 to 15 years old before July 1st preceding the event) 
Free Skating 3 min. ±10 sec.
-maximum of 5 jump elements (girls and boys) one of which must be an Axel type jump;
- there may be up to two (2) jump combinations or sequences. A jump combination can contain only two (2) jumps. A jump sequence consists of 2 (two) jumps of any number of revolutions, beginnin with any listed jump, immediately followed by an Axel type jump with a direct step from the landing curve of the first jump to the take-off curve of the Axel jump.
- any jump with the same name cannot be included more than two (2) times in total.
- 2A and triple jumps are not allowed
- Maximum two (2) spins of different nature:
one (1) spin combination with change of foot (minimum of eight (8) revolutions) or with no change of foot (minimum of six (6) revolutions).
one (1) spin in one position with change of foot (minimum of eight (8) revolutions) or with no change of foot (minimum of six (6) revolutions). Flying entry is allowed for both spins.
- One (1) Step sequence with full utilization of the ice surface. The sequence will receive a Level and will be evaluated in GOE
Components:

  • Skating skills
  • Performance/execution
  • Interpretation

The factor for the Program Components is:
For boys 2.0
For girls 1.7
The level of spins cannot be higher than Level 2. Extra features do not increase the level.


Additional information for Novice B:
1. Interruption:
10-20 sec: -0,5 point deductions
20-30 sec: -1,0 point deductions
30-40 sec: -1,5 point deductions
Interruption of the program with allowance of up to three (3) minutes to resume from the point of interruption - 2.5 point deduction
2. Falls - 0.5 point deduction for every fall.
3. There can be up to 8 skaters in a warm-up group.
4. Warm-up time is 5 min
5. There shall be no bonus for difficult elements in the second half of the program.
6. If an extra jump(s) is executed, only the solo jump(s) which is not according to the requirements will have no value. All extra jumps are called and marked with an *.
The jumps are considered in the order of execution.
7. Judging is carried out in accordance with ISU Comm. 2334 (or with the latest ISU Communication) and additions related to these documents.

JUNIOR B Girls and Boys (Age same as Junior A)
Free Skating only: 3:00 minutes (±10 sec.)
-Maximum 5 jump elements, one of which must be Axel type jump
- There should be at least one (1) and may be up to two (2) jump combinations or sequences. A jump sequence consists of 2 (two) jumps of any number of revolutions, beginning with any listed jump, immediately followed by an Axel type jump with a direct step from the landing curve of the first jump to the take-off curve of the Axel jump.
- 2A and triple jumps are not allowed
- Any jump with the same name can not be repeated more than two (2) times in total
- There must be (3) spins of different nature:
one (1) spin combination (minimum of ten (10) revolutions in total)
one (1) flying spin (minimum of 6 revolutions)
one (1) spin is optional (minimum of 6 revolutions)
- One (1) Step sequence with full utilization of the ice surface. The sequence will receive a Level and will be evaluated in GOE
Components:

  • Skating skills
  • Transitions
  • Performance/execution
  • Interpretation

The factor for the Program Components is:
For boys 1.7
For girls 1.5
The level of spins and step sequences cannot be higher than level 2. Extra features do not increase the level.


Additional Information for Junior B:
1. There can be up to 8 skaters in a warm-up group
2. Warm-up time is 5 min
3. There shall be no bonus for difficult elements in the second half of the program.
4. If an extra jump(s) is executed, only the solo jump(s) which is not according to the requirements will have no value. All extra jumps are called and marked with an *. The jumps are considered in the order of execution.
5. Judging is carried out in accordance with ISU Comm. 2334 (or with the latest ISU Communication) and additions related to these documents.

Technical Requirements for Young Amateur Skaters Class

ARTISTIC Girls and Boys (Born 2015 and younger)
Free Skating program 1:30 to 2:10 min

  • Any steps and figure skating movements
  • Any jump elements
  • Any spins

NB! In this category only Performance is judged. Competitiors will be devided into two groups “ Excellent Performance” and “ Very good Performance”


PRE-YOUNG Girls and Boys Born 2013/2014 
Free Program: 2 min. ±10 sec
-Maximum four (4) jump elements, at least two (2) of them are solo jumps
- at least one (1) and maximum two (2) jump combinations. Jump combinations may consist of 2 jumps only. Combinations of 3 jumps are not allowed. Jump sequences are not allowed
- At least one (1) but not more than two (2) spins of different nature min. three (3) revolutions.
- One (1) Step sequence with full utilization of the ice surface.
- Axel and double jumps are not allowed! Any jump with the same name may be executed only twice.

PRE-YOUNG Girls and Boys Born 2011/2012 
Free Program: 2 min. ±10 sec
-Maximum four (4) jump elements, at least two (2) of them are solo jumps
- at least one (1) and maximum two (2) jump combinations. Jump combinations may consist of 2 jumps only. Combinations of 3 jumps are not allowed. Jump sequences are not allowed
- At least one (1) but not more than two (2) spins of different nature min. three (3) revolutions.
- One (1) Step sequence with full utilization of the ice surface.
- Axel and double jumps are not allowed! Any jump with the same name may be executed only twice including Axel -type jumps.


PRE-YOUNG Girls and Boys Born 2009/2010 
Free Program: 2 min. ±10 sec
-Maximum four (4) jump elements
- at least one (1) and no more than two (2) are jump combinations. Jump combinations may consist of 2 jumps only. Combinations of 3 jumps are not allowed. Jump sequences are not allowed.
- At least one (1) but not more than two (2) spins of different nature min. three (3) revolutions
- One (1) Step sequence with full utilization of the ice surface.
- Axel and double jumps are not allowed! Any jump with the same name may be executed only twice including Axel- type jumps. 


YOUNG Girls and Boys Born 2007/2008
Free Program: 2.30 min (±10 sec)

- Maximum five (5) jump elements
- at least one (1) and no more than three (3) are jump combinations or sequences. Jump combinations may consist of 2 jumps only. Combinations of 3 jumps are not allowed. A jump sequence consists of 2 (two) jumps of any number of revolutions, beginning with any listed jump, immediately followed by an Axel type jump with a direct step from the landing curve of the first jump to the take-off curve of the Axel jump.
- At least one (1) but not more than two (2) spins of different nature min. four (4) revolutions.
- One (1) Step sequence with full utilization of the ice surface.
- Maximum one (1) Axel and one (1) double jump are allowed, which may be repeated only once in a jump combination/sequence! Any jump with the same name may be executed only twice including Axel-type jumps. 


YOUNG (boys and girls) Born after July 1st 2002-2006 
Free Program: 2.30 min. ±10 sec
-Maximum five (5) jump elements 
- at least one (1) and no more than three (3) are jump combinations or sequences. Jump combinations may consist of 2 jumps only. Combinations of 3 jumps are not allowed. A jump sequence consists of 2 (two) jumps of any number of revolutions, beginning with any listed jump, immediately followed by an Axel type jump with a direct step from the landing curve of the first jump to the take-off curve of the Axel jump.
- At least one (1) but not more than two (2) spins of different nature min. four (4) revolutions.
- One (1) Step sequence with full utilization of the ice surface.
- Maximum one (1) Axel and one (1) double jump are allowed, which may be repeated only once in a jump combination/sequence!
- Any jump with the same name may be executed only twice including Axel-type jumps.


Additional information:
1. In all beginners categories listed above, the following two (2) components are judged in the Program Components mark:
- skating skills
- performance, program composition, music interpretation
The factor for the Program Components is:
for boys 1.8
for girls 1.6
2. The level of spins and step sequences cannot be higher than Level Base. Any additional features will not count for Level features and will be ignored by the Technical Panel.
3. Any jump with the same name may be repeated only twice including Axel-type jumps.
4. Time violation: -0.5 point deduction for every 5 seconds in excess.
5. Falls:
-0.5 point deduction for every fall.
6. Interruption:
10-20 sec: -0,5 point deductions
20-30 sec: -1,0 point deductions
30-40 sec: -1,5 point deductions
Interruption of the program with an allowance of up to three (3) minutes to resume from the point of interruption - 2.5 point deduction
7. No bonus shall be applied for jumps in the second half of the program.
8. There can be up to 10 skaters in a warm-up group.
9. Warm-up time is 4 minutes.

ELEMENTS-CATEGORIES

Beginner A 2015/2016; 2013/2014; 2011/2012; 2009/2010; 2006/2007/2008.

1. Min. 4 outside forward edges + (Basic stroking forward) + * classic spiral on the circle on outside edge (min. 3 sec.)
2. Min. 4 inside forward edges + (Basic stroking forward) + * classic spiral on the circle on inside edge (min. 3 sec.)
3. (Basic stroking forward +) 3-4 Crossovers forward (counter clockwise)+* 4-5 Mohawks inside forward-inside backward
4. 3-4 Crossovers backward (counter clockwise) + Waltz threeturn+* waltz jump (two repetitions)
5. 3-4 Crossovers forward (clockwise)+* 4-5 Mohawks inside forward-inside backward
6. 3-4 Crossovers backward (clockwise)+ USp min. 3 revolutions (*with crossed feet)

Recommended pattern for Beginners A category:


pattern A
Beginner B 2017 and younger

  1. Basic stroking forward + 5 swizzles forward.
  2. Basic stroking forward + stork
  3. Basic stroking forward + dip
  4. Basic stroking forward + stop
  5. Pivot 3 revolutions

Beginners B 2015/2016; 2013/2014; 2011/2012; 2009/2010; 2006/2007/2008

  1. Basic stroking forward + 5 swizzles forward + ½ turn jump+ 5 swizzles back
  2. Basic stroking forward + bunny hop 3x + *lunge forward (min. 3 sec.)
  3. Basic stroking forward + stork/ *classic spiral (min. 3 sec.)
  4. Basic stroking forward + dip / *pistol squat (min. 3 sec.)
  5. Basic stroking forward + stop + pivot + *one/two foot spin, Exit

Recommended pattern for Beginners B category:


pattern B


Each elements combination will be named as StSq and will have a number from 1 to 5 (7).  Base value of each StSqB is 1.5. If combination contains element marked with a „*“ value will be 1.8 and elements combination will be named as StSq1. All elements combinations will be judged by judges using GOE (-5,-4,-3,-2,-1, 0,+1,+2,+3,+4,+5).
There will be no any deduction. But if in the combination elements without „*“  are not done or done less times/seconds than prescribed GOE can not be higher than „-5“.
For Beginner B programm components will have Skating Skills only. For categories Beginners A programm components will have Skating Skills and Transitions/Linking
Footwork/Movements (Factor 1.6). Coach can be near competitor on ice during competition (coach is not allowed to show an element during competition). Competitor starts combination from Start Position on the ice rink and should cover 2/3 of the ice rink. All elements should be followed immediately. Competitor have an opportunity to demonstrate one combination twice if it was not successful from the first attempt.
Warm-up is 4 minutes. Warm up groups are up to 10 skaters. After warm-up skaters can use the mixed zone. Background music will be provided by the organizer.

 

 


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