Reval Skate Open Technical Requirements for “A” Class
Pre-CHICKS Girls and Boys (Born 2011 or later)
Free Skating only Duration of the Program: 2: 00 min, +/- 10 sec.
A well balanced Free Skating program must contain: a) maximum of four (4) jump elements; b) 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); c) maximum of two (2) spins of a different nature; d) one (1) step sequence fully utilizing the ice surface. The element will receive value and be evaluated by the judges in GOE.
CHICKS Girls and Boys (Born 2009 or later)
Free Skating only Duration of the Program: 2: 00 min, +/- 10 sec.
A well balanced Free Skating program must contain: a) maximum of four (4) jump elements; b) 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); c) 1Axel and double jumps are forbidden; d) maximum of two (2) spins of a different nature; e) one (1) step sequence fully utilizing the ice surface. The element will receive value and be evaluated by the judges in GOE.
CHICKS “Axel” Girls and Boys (Born 2009 or later)
Free Skating only Duration of the Program: 2:00 min, +/- 10 sec.
A well balanced Free Skating program must contain: a) maximum of four (4) jump elements (one of which must be an Axel-type jump); b) 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); c) maximum of two (2) spins of a different nature (minimum of 4 revolutions each); d) one (1) step sequence fully utilizing the ice surface. The element will receive value and be evaluated by the judges in GOE.
CUBS Girls and Boys (Born 2007 or later)
Free Skating only Duration of the Program: 2:30 min, +/- 10 sec.
A well balanced Free Skating program must contain: a) maximum of four (4) jump elements (one of which must be an Axel-type jump); b) 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); c) maximum of two (2) spins of a different nature, one of which must be a spin combination with (minimum of (3) three revolutions on each foot) or without change of foot (minimum of (5) five revolutions in total) and one a spin in one position with or without change of foot (minimum of (6) six revolutions in total). Flying entry is allowed. d) one step sequence fully utilizing the ice surface
NB! Additional information
• In all categories listed above the Program Components are only judged in:
Skating Skills
Performance
• The Factor of the Program Components is 2.5
• In all elements which are subject to Levels, only features up to Level 2 will be counted. Any additional features will not count for Level requirements and will be ignored by the Technical Panel.
• Evaluation is in accordance with ISU Communication No.2000 and No.2014 (or any update of these Communications). No jump with the same name can be executed more than twice including Axel-type jumps. A jump sequence can contain any number of jumps, but only two (2) most difficult jumps will be counted.
• Time violation - 0.5-point deduction for up to every 5 seconds in excess. Interruption - 0.5-point deduction. Falls - 0.5-point deduction for every fall.
• In Free Skating a second-half bonus is not calculated.
• Warm-up groups can be up to ten (10) Skaters.
• Protests may be lodged provided that they are not forbidden by this or another Rule and must be filed with the Referee in writing within the stated time limit (ISU Rule 123). At the same time 50 EUR or other convertible currency to the same value must be deposited with the Referee.
BASIC NOVICE A: Girls, Boys
According to latest ISU rules and communications
BASIC NOVICE B: Girls, Boys
According to latest ISU rules and communications
ADVANCED NOVICE: Girls, Boys
According to latest ISU rules and communications
JUNIOR
According to latest ISU rules and communications
Reval Skate Open Technical Requirements for “B” Class
Pre-CHICKSB: Girls and Boys (Born 2011 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); • maximum of two (2) spins of a different nature (minimum of 3 revolutions each);
• one (1) step sequence. Axel, Lutz, Flip and double (2) jumps are not permitted.
CUBS B: Girls and Boys (Born 2007 or later)
Free Skating 2 min., +/- 10 sec.
• maximum of four (4) jump elements;
• 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);
• maximum of two (2) spins of a different nature (minimum of three (3) revolutions);
• one step sequence. Axel and one (1) double jump are permitted.
SPRINGS B: Girls and Boys (Born 2005 or later)
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 (NB! A jump combination can contain only two (2) jumps. A jump combination containing three (3) jumps is not permitted);
• maximum of three (3) spins of a different nature (minimum of three (3) revolutions);
• one step sequence. Maximum 2 (two) different double jumps are permitted.
NOVICE B: Girls and Boys (10 to 15 y.o. 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 can contain any number of jumps, but only two most difficult jumps will be counted;
• there must be a maximum of three (3) spins of a different nature, one of which must be a spin combination (minimum of ten (10) revolutions in total), one a flying spin or a spin with a flying entrance (minimum of five (5) revolutions in total) and one spin is optional (minimum of five (5) revolutions),
• one step sequence.
JUNIOR B: Girls and Boys (according to ISU Junior rules)
Free Skating 3 min., +/- 10 sec.
• maximum of five (5) jump elements one of which must be an Axel type jump;
• maximum of two (2) jump combinations or sequences; (Only one jump combination may consist of three (3) jumps);
• three (3) spins of a different nature, one of which must be a spin combination (minimum of ten (10) revolutions in total), one a flying spin (minimum of six (6) revolutions) and one spin is optional (minimum of six (6) revolutions);
• one(1) step sequence. SENIOR B: Girls and Boys (according to ISU Junior rules)
Free Skating 3:30 min., +/- 10 sec.
• Maximum seven (7) jump elements -
at least one (1) Axel-type element - maximum three (3) jump combinations or jump sequences. One jump combination may consist of three jumps, the other of two jumps.
• Three (3) spins of different nature - one must be a spin combination with minimum of ten (10) revolutions - one must be a flying spin with minimum of six (6) revolutions - one spin is optional with minimum of six (6) revolutions • One Step sequence
The Program Components are judged in
- Skating skills
- Transition
- Performance/execution
- Music interpretation
The Factor of the Program Components is
- for boys 2.0
- for girls 1.7
The level of spins and step sequences cannot be higher than 3. Any additional features will not count for Level requirements and will be ignored by the Technical Panel.
PRE-YOUNG (boys and girls)
Born 2008 and younger
Free Program: 2 min (±10 seс)
1. Maximum four (4) jump elements - maximum two (2) jump combinations or jump sequences - a jump combination may consist of only two (2) jumps - a jump sequence can contain any number of jumps, but only two (2) most difficult jumps will be counted.
2. Maximum two (2) spins of different nature.
3. One step sequence (2/3 cover of the ice), (straight line, circular or serpentine).
Axel and double jumps are not allowed! Any jump with the same name may be executed only twice.
PRE-YOUNG (boys and girls)
Born 2006/2007
Free program: 2 min (±10 seс)
1. Maximum four (4) jump elements - maximum two (2) jump combinations or jump sequences - a jump combination may consist of only two (2) jumps - a jump sequence can contain any number of jumps, but only two (2) most difficult jumps will be counted.
2. Maximum two (2) spins of different nature.
3. One step sequence (2/3 cover of the ice), (straight line, circular or serpentine). Axel and double jumps are not allowed! Any jump with the same name may be executed only twice. YOUNG (boys and girls)
Born 2003-2005 YOUNG (boys and girls)
Born 2000-2002
Free Program: 2.30 min (±10 seс)
1. Maximum five (5) jump elements - maximum three (3) jump combinations or jump sequences - a jump combination may consist of only two (2) jumps - a jump sequence can contain any number of jumps, but only two (2) most difficult jumps will be counted.
2. Maximum two (2) spins of different nature.
3. One step sequence (2/3 cover of the ice), (straight line, circular or serpentine).
Axel and one (1) double jump are allowed. Any jump with the same name may be executed only twice.
NB! Additional information
• In all categories listed above the Program Components are only judged in: o Skating Skills; o Performance.
• The Factor of the Program Components is 2.5;
• In all elements which are subject to Levels, only features up to Level B will be counted. Any additional features will not count for Level requirements and will be ignored by the Technical Panel. (for Novice B and Junior B, level will be limited to Level 2);
• Evaluation is in accordance with ISU Communication No.2000 and No.2014 (or any update of these Communications);
• No jump with the same name can be executed more than twice including Axel-type jumps;
• A jump sequence can contain any number of jumps, but only two (2) most difficult jumps will be counted;
• Time violation - 0.5-point deduction for up to every 5 seconds in excess. (except Novice B and Junior B); Interruption - 0.5-point deduction (except Novice B and Junior B); Falls - 0.5-point deduction for every fall (except Novice B and Junior B, Senior B );
• In Free Skating a second-half bonus is not calculated;
• Warm-up groups can be up to ten (10) Skaters; up to 8 skaters in Novice B, up to 6 skaters in Junior B and Senior B
• Protests may be lodged provided that they are not forbidden by this or another Rule and must be filed with the Referee in writing within the stated time limit (ISU Rule 123). At the same time 50 EUR or other convertible currency to the same value must be deposited with the Referee.