Announcement 2018

 

ANNOUNCEMENT / INVITATION

2ND EDUSPORT TROPHY

International Figure Skating Competition for:

Pairs: Senior, Junior and Advanced Novice

Single Skating: Seniors, Juniors, Advanced Novices, Basic Novices, Cubs and Chicks

and

International Figure Skating Competition in Single Skating

for Adult and Recreational

4-7th of January, 2018

Otopeni, Romania

Organized by EduSport Sport Club Association

Approved by the Romanian Skating Federation

Under the authorization of the

INTERNATIONAL SKATING UNION

 

 

1. GENERAL INFORMATION:

The 2nd EduSport Trophy will be conducted in accordance with the ISU Constitution and General Regulations 2016, the ISU Special Regulations and Technical Rules for Figure Skating as well as pertinent ISU Communications.

Participation in the 2nd EduSport Trophy is open to all competitors who belong to an ISU Member and qualify with regard to eligibility, according to Rule 102, provided their ages fall within the limits specified in Rule 108, paragraph 3 b) and c) and they meet the participation, citizenship and residency requirements in Rule 109, paragraphs 1 through 5 and ISU Communication 1420 or any update of it.

In accordance with Rule 109 of the ISU General Regulations and ISU Communication 2030 all Skaters who do not have the nationality of the Member by which they have been entered or who, although having such nationality, have in the past represented another Member, must produce an ISU Clearance Certificate.

The organizing committee has the right and obligation to check the personal identification documents of the athletes to determine whether they are allowed to compete, whether they are competing in the right category, etc. Without the documents, the athlete will be excluded from the competition.

 

2. TECHNICAL DATA:

Place of the competition: Telekom Arena Ice Rink –DrumulGariiOdaist.

Rink is indoor with a surface of 60 x 30 meters, air conditioned, heated changing rooms, located near the center of Otopeni, close to the Henri Coanda Airport.

 

3. ENTRIES:

All ISU members and clubs, which are members of National Figure Skating Federations associated with ISU, are invited to take part at the competition.

Competitors from categories Seniors, Juniors, Advanced Novice must be entered through their Member Federation or by clubs, which are members of National Figure Skating Federations, associated with the ISU.

Entries for Novice Basic A and B, Cubs and Chicks, Adult and recreational category will be accepted only by clubs, which are members of National Figure Skating Federations, associated with the ISU.

For Adult and Recreational categories, the O.C. will not accept as entry any sportsman that also participates in ISU sanctioned competition in 2017-2018 season.

In case of too many entries, the organizer reserves the right to limit the number of participants.

Entry forms and  the “Program Content  Sheet” for all categories must be sent to the Organizing Committee not later than December 15th 2017 at the following address: edusporttrophy@gmail.com and frpatinaj@gmail.com
It is mandatory that the Program Content Sheet will be filled precisely by each Skater in English using terminology for the elements listed in the respective ISU Communication. It is not permitted to hand over the Program Content Sheets directly to the acting Officials.

Entry forms can be downloaded from the official website of competition www.edusporttrophy.org

 

Deadline for entries: All entries are expected before December 15th  2017.

All the entries received starting with 16th  of December it will be considered as late entries.

 

4. CANCELLATION:

Cancellation of the competitor entry, if any, has to be done till December 22, 2017 with e-mail to organizer. For any latter cancellation the team leader of Federation or Club will be asked to pay the entry fee.

 

5. JUDGES:
Each ISU Member participating on the competition may enter one International or ISU Judge, TC, TS and D/R Operator.  Nomination for Judge and substitute Judge must be sent along with the entry forms for competitors. The official entry form for Judges must reach the Organizing Committee, not later December 15, 2017.

The Panels will be drawn immediately after the closing of entries. The members concerned will be notified of the result of the draw.

Each panel of Judges in Senior, Junior and Advanced Novice categories will consist of 5 Judges and 3 judges in younger categories, Adult and recreational categories.

Therefore, if there are not enough nominated Judges by the Federations with skaters competing in this event  the Organizing Committee will invite Judges with the designated scope of completing the panel in accordance with ISU Rule 420.

Rule 420

For the results from any International Competition to count towards ISU Championship qualification, or for world standings or world rankings, the following conditions must be met:

  1. i) the Technical Controller and the Technical Specialists must not be from the same ISU Member, and
  2. ii) a panel of a minimum of five judges is required, and, no ISU Member can have the majority of the Judges on any panel.

 

The Organizer covers the travel and accommodation expenses with full board only for the invited Referees, Judges, nominated Technical Controllers and Technical Specialists, Data and Replay Operators and full board for all judges nominated by their Federations , beginning with dinner on Wednesday, 03 January until breakfast  on  Monday, 08 January, 2017.

Expenses for accommodation and meals for Competitors and other Team officials will not be covered by the organizer.

 

6. ENTRY FEE:

EUR 80/ couple – Pairs

EUR 60 /skater – Senior, Junior, Novice Advanced

EUR 50/skater – Novice Basic A&B, Cubs, Chicks, Adult and Recreational

 

Payment shall be made by bank transfer or cash at the Organizing Committee, until December 15, 2017.

 

For any latte entries (starting with December 16th) the entry fees are:

EUR 100/ couple – Pairs

EUR 80 /skater – Senior, Junior, Novice Advanced

EUR 70/skater – Novice Basic A&B, Cubs, Chicks, Adult and Recreational

 

The entry fee will not be refunded in case of withdrawals for any reason.

 

Bank account:

 

Bank name: ING Bank

IBAN:
RO36INGB0000999905912025 (for payments in EUR)

RO89 INGB 0000 9999 0318 6729 (for payments in LEI)

BIC: 606410008

Cod SWIFT: INGBROBU

Bank holder: EduSport Sport Club Association

 

Please fill in the name of  Club or Federation in the transfer details! After the payment was made please send us by email at edusporttrophy@gmail.com the proof of payment and the list of the skaters for which the payment was made.

 

7. CALCULATION OF THE RESULTS:

Results for all categories will be calculated using the new ISU Judging System. For the results and any additional information you can access  www.edusporttrophy.org .

 

8. MUSIC:

Each competitor must deliver a CD with her/his program music(s) to the Organizing Committee Office immediately after arrival. Music will be reproduced on Compact Disc – CD. In accordance with Rule 343, paragraph 1, all discs must show the Competition event, Competitor’s name, the Nation and the exact running time of the music (not skating time) including any starting signal and must be submitted at the time of registration. Each program (short program, free skating) must be recorded on a separate disc.

 

9. INSURANCE / LIABILITY

In accordance with Rule 119, it is the sole responsibility of each Member participating in the 2nd EduSport Trophy, to provide medical and accident insurance for their athletes, officials and all other members of the Member’s team. Such insurance must assure full medical attendance and also the return of the ill or injured person to the home country by air transport or by other expeditious means. It is an internal matter of each ISU Member to decide the issue who shall pay the premium for such insurance.

The Organizer assumes no responsibility for or liability with respect to bodily or personal injury or property damage in connection incurred by Competitors and Officials.

The Organizing Committee will provide medical emergency aid during competition.

 

10. ACCREDITATION:

The accreditation will start on Thursday, January 04, 2017 at the Telekom Arena Rink. The exact location and time will be published in time and will be announced on the competition website www.edusporttrophy.org.

In accordance with the ISU Directive please note that at the time of registration (Entry fee, music, hotel arrangements) we have to copy and file the passport of the Skaters.

 

11. DRAW:

The opening draw for the order of skating will be held on 4th of January, for all categories. Please be informed that only those competitors whose entry fee arrived until the time of the draw, will be drawn for the competition.

The exact place and time will be published in the official detailed schedule.

Starting orders for the second segment  for Advanced Novice, Juniors and Seniors will be the reverse order of the results of the short programs in accordance with RULE 513, paragraph  2, i.

 

12. AWARDS

The winners of every category will receive the medals and diplomas. All competitors will receive diplomas.

 

13. INFORMATION:

For additional information, please contact the Organizing Committee at e-mail: edusporttrophy@gmail.com

or by Phone at +40740348371  –  Mrs. Andreea Pascu/ +40723623712  –  Mrs. Georgiana Enache/ +40741052767  – Mrs. Adriana Ordeanu.

 

14. WEB TV:

The competition will be broadcasted live on: www.edusporttrophy.org

 

15. ACCOMMODATION:

All participants except Technical panel members and Judges panels must cover their accommodation expenses by themselves.

In order to book the accommodation at special event prices, the reservation must be booked and  paid by each member or club only through Organizing Committee.

The payment for accommodation shall be made by bank transfer or cash at the Organizing Committee, until December 15, 2017.

 

Recommended hotels:

 

  1. ANGELO BY VIENNA HOUSE BUCHAREST, 283 CaleaBucurestilor, Otopeni

Website:  https://www.viennahouse.com, Distance from the ice-rink: 450 m. Shuttle transfers will not be provided.

 

  1. Best Western Plus Briston Hotel, 11A, ȘoseauaBucurești-Ploiești 11A, Otopeni

Website: https://www.bwplusbristonhotel.com/, Distance from the ice-rink: 4 km. Shuttle transfers will not be provided.

 

Detailed hotel info about special prices for this competition are available on the online tab- Hotels, on EduSportTrophy.org.

 

16. TRANSPORTATION:

 

Each member and club itself regulates the transport to and from Romania for their own account. Organizing Committee will provide transportation from/to Otopeni Airport and to/from official hotel.The transportation fee is 5 € per person/one way.

 

 

17. CATEGORIES:

SENIOR MEN Short Program Requirements according to the ISU Technical Rules Single and Pair Skating 2016 and the respective ISU Communication No.2014.

Duration: 2 min 40 sec. +/- 10 sec.

Free Skating In accordance with ISU Technical Rules Single and Pair Skating 2016, Art. 612 and the respective ISU Communication. Special attention should be paid to the “well balanced program” and the element values

Duration: 4 min. 30 sec, +/- 10 sec

SENIOR LADIES Short Program Requirements according to the ISU Technical Rules Single and Pair Skating 2016, Art.611 and the respective ISU Communication.

Duration: 2 min., 40 sec. +/- 10 sec.

Free Skating In accordance with ISU Technical Rules Single & Pair Skating 2016, Rule 612 and the respective ISU Communication. Special attention should be paid to the “well balanced program” and the element value.

Duration: 4 min., +/- 10 sec.

SENIOR PAIRS Short Program The required elements to be skated are those listed in ISU Technical Rules Single & Pair Skating 2016 Rule 620, paragraphs 1 and 2 for 2017/18.

Duration: 2 min., 40 sec. +/- 10 sec.

Free Skating In accordance with ISU Technical Rules Figure Skating & Pairs Skating 2016, Rule 621 and the respective ISU Communication. Special attention should be paid to the “well balanced program” and the element value.

Duration: 4 min. and 30 sec., +/- 10 sec.

JUNIOR MEN In accordance with ISU Technical Rules Single & Pair Skating 2016, Rule 610 to 612 and the respective ISU Communications. Special attention should be paid to the “well balanced program” and the element value.

Short Program: 2 min 40 sec, +/-10sec

Free Skating: 4 min, +/- 10 sec

JUNIOR LADIES In accordance with ISU Technical Rules Single & Pair Skating 2016, Rule 610 to 612 and the respective ISU Communications. Special attention should be paid to the “well balanced program” and the element value.

Short Program: 2 min 40 sec, +/-10 sec

Free Skating: 3 min 30 sec, +/- 10 sec

JUNIOR PAIRS In accordance with ISU General Regulations 2016, Rule 108, Technical Rules Single & Pair Skating 2016, Rule 619 to 621 and the respective ISU Communications. Special attention should be paid to the “well balanced program” and the element value.

Short Program: 2 min 40 sec, +/-10sec

Free Skating: 4 min, +/- 10 sec

NOVICE ADVANCED BOYS Age and requirements according to the ISU Technical Rules Single and Pair Skating 2016, ISU Communication 2024 and all respective ISU Communications. Short Program:

Short Program: 2 min 20 sec, +/-10sec

Free Skating: 3 min 30 sec, +/-10 sec

 

NOVICE ADVANCED GIRLS Age and requirements according to the ISU Technical Rules Single and Pair Skating 2016, ISU Communication 2024 and all respective ISU Communications.

Short Program: 2 min 20 sec, +/-10sec

Free Skating: 3 min +/-10 sec

NOVICE ADVANCED PAIRS Age and requirements according to the ISU General Regulations 2016, Rule 108, Technical Rules Single and Pair Skating 2016, ISU Communication 2024 and all respective ISU Communications.

Short Program: 2 min 20 sec, +/-10sec

Free Skating: 3 min 30 sec, +/-10 sec

BASIC NOVICE B I. GIRLS

Born between 1.7.2002-30.6.2003

Requirements according to the ISU Technical Rules Single and Pair Skating 2016, ISU Communication 2024 and all respective ISU Communications.

Free Skating: 3 min, +\- 10 sec

 

BASIC NOVICE B II. GIRLS

Born between

1.7.2003-30.6.2004

Requirements according to the ISU Technical Rules Single and Pair Skating 2016, ISU Communication 2024 and all respective ISU Communications. Free Skating: 3 min, +\- 10 sec

 

BASIC NOVICE B BOYS

Born between

1.7.2002-30.6.2004

Requirements according to the ISU Technical Rules Single and Pair Skating 2016, ISU Communication 2024 and all respective ISU Communications. Free Skating: 3 min, +\- 10 sec
BASIC NOVICE A I. GIRLS

Born between

1.7.2004- 30.6.2005

Requirements according to the ISU Technical Rules Single and Pair Skating 2016, ISU Communication 2024 and all respective ISU Communications.

 

Free Skating: 2 min 30 sec, +/- 10 sec

BASIC NOVICE A II. GIRLS

Born between

1.7.2005-30.6.2006

Requirements according to the ISU Technical Rules Single and Pair Skating 2016, ISU Communication 2024 and all respective ISU Communications. Free Skating: 2 min 30 sec, +/- 10 sec

 

BASIC NOVICE A III. GIRLS

Born between

1.7.2006- 30.6.2007

Requirements according to the ISU Technical Rules Single and Pair Skating 2016, ISU Communication 2024 and all respective ISU Communications. Free Skating: 2 min 30 sec, +/- 10 sec

 

BASIC NOVICE A BOYS

Born between

1.7.2004-30.6.2007

Requirements according to the ISU Technical Rules Single and Pair Skating 2016, ISU Communication 2024 and all respective ISU Communications. Free Skating: 2 min 30 sec, +/- 10 sec

 

CUBS I. GIRLS

Born between 1.7.2007- 30.6.2008

Free Skating:

2 min, +/- 10 sec

 

A well balanced CUBS Free Skating Program must contain:

a.     Maximum of 4 jump elements for Girls and Boys, one of which must be an Axel type jump. There may be up to two (2) jump combinations or sequences. Jump combination can contain only two (2) jumps. A jump sequence can contain any number of jumps, but only the two most difficult jumps will be counted. Triple jumps are not permitted. Any single or double jump (including Double Axel) cannot be executed more than twice in total.

 

b.    There must be a maximum of two (2) spins of a different nature (abbreviation), one of which must be a spin combination with or without change of foot (minimum of six (6) revolutions in total) and one spin with no change of position and with or without change of foot (minimum of six (6) revolutions in total). Flying entry is allowed.

 

c.     There must be a maximum:

–         for Girls one (1) Choreographic sequence which includes at least one 3 seconds long spiral position. The sequence will have a fixed Base value and evaluated in GOE only.

–         for Boys maximum of one (1) step sequence with a fixed Base value and evaluated in GOE only.

 

Level explanation: For 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.

 

The Program Components are only judged in:

·         Skating Skills

·         Performance/Execution

The factor of the Program Components is 2.5

CUBS II. GIRLS

Born between

1.7.2008- 30.6.2009

Free Skating:

2 min, +/- 10 sec

CUBS BOYS

Born between

1.7.2007- 30.6.2009

Free Skating:

2 min, +/- 10 sec

 

CHICKS I.GIRLS

Born between 1.7.2009- 30.6.2010

Free Skating:

2 min, +/- 10 sec

 

A well balanced CHICKS Free Skating Program must contain:

a.   Maximum of 4 jump elements for Girls and Boys, one of which must be an Axel type jump. There may be up to two (2) jump combinations or sequences. Jump combination can contain only two (2) jumps. A jump sequence can contain any number of jumps, but only the two most difficult jumps will be counted. Triple jumps are not permitted. Any single or double jump (including Double Axel) cannot be executed more than twice in total.

 

b.    There must be a maximum of two (2) spins of a different nature (abbreviation), one of which must be a spin combination with or without change of foot (minimum of six (6) revolutions in total) and one spin with no change of position and with or without change of foot (minimum of six (6) revolutions in total). Flying entry is allowed.

 

c. There must be a maximum:

●       for Girls one (1) Choreographic sequence which includes at least one 3 seconds long spiral position. The sequence will have a fixed Base value and evaluated in GOE only.

●       for Boys maximum of one (1) step sequence with a fixed Base value and evaluated in GOE only.

 

Level explanation: For 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.

·         Skating Skills

·         Performance/Execution

The factor of the Program Components is 2.5

CHICKS II. GIRLS

Born 1.7.2010 and younger.

Free Skating:

2 min, +/- 10 sec

 

CHICKS BOYS

Born 1.7.2009 and younger

Free Skating:

2 min, +/- 10 sec

 

For Chicks, Cubs and Novice categories: In case the number of entries requires, competitors will be merged into united age group.

 

NON-ISU Recreational and Adult Single Figure Skating categories:
Category Age Level
Recreational A Born after 1.07.2011 Bronze level
Recreational B 1.7.2009- 30.06.2011 Bronze and Silver level
Recreational C 1.7.2007 – 30.6.2009 Bronze and Silver level
Recreational D 1.7.2004 – 30.6.2007 Bronze, Silver and Gold level
Recreational E 1.7.2002 – 30.6.2004 Bronze, Silver and Gold level
Recreational F Born before 30.06.2002 Bronze, Silver and Gold level
 
Adult A 1st July 1979 and 30th June 1989 Bronze, Silver and Gold level
Adult B 1st July 1969 and 30th June 1979 Bronze, Silver and Gold level
Adult C 1st July 1959 and 30th June 1969 Bronze and Silver level
Adult D 1st July 1949 and 30th June 1959 Bronze and Silver level
Adult E before 30th June 1949 Bronze level

 

IMPORTANT REMARKS: In case the number of entries it requires, competitors will be merged into united age groups.

 

Technical data:

Calculation of scores: according to the new ISU Judging System

 

The Program Components are judged only in:

  • Skating Skills
  • Performance/Execution
  • Interpretation

Requirements for all age groups:

The programs can be interpretative. Different portable or stationary tools and accessories – e.g.: hat, walking stick, shawl – is allowed during the program, if it doesn’t disturb the performer and its soundness.

 

The music can be even vocal, but with appropriate lyrics.

Exceeding the limit of the music is followed by 1 point deduction per 5 sec.

Failing: 0,5 point penalty

 

NON-ISU Recreational and Adult Single Gold categories

 

Free Skating – Time limit:
2 minutes 40 sec,
+/- 10 sec

 

A competitor in the Recreational and Adult Gold Free Skating event must perform a well-balanced program that may contain:

 

1.A maximum of six (6) jump elements, consisting of any single or double jumps (except Double Flip, Double Lutz, Double Axel) No triple jumps are permitted.

 

There may be up to three (3) jump combinations or jump sequences. Only one (1) jump combination may consist of max. 3 jumps, the jump sequence may consist of any number of single and double jumps, however, only the two jumps with the highest value will count. Please note that a half-loop in combination or in a sequence with any other jump will be called as a single Loop (1 Lo.)

 

2.) Any jump can be repeated only once and this repetition must be done either in a jump combination or in a jump sequence.

 

3.) A maximum of three (3) spins of a different abbreviation, one of which must be a spin combination with a change of foot and one must be a flying spin. The spins must have a required minimum number of revolutions: four (4) for the flying spin with no change of foot after landing, four (4) for the spin with only one position and no change of foot and four (4) for the spin combination with no change of foot and eight (4 + 4) for the spin combination with change of foot or spin in one position with a change of foot. There must be a minimum of two (2) revolutions in each position or the position will not be counted.

 

4.) A maximum of one (1) choreographic sequence (ChSq). A Choreographic Sequence consists of any kind of movements like steps, turns, spirals, arabesques, spread eagles, Ina Bauers, spinning movements, etc. The Sequence commences with the first move and is concluded with the last move of the Skater. The pattern is not restricted, but must fully utilize the ice surface. A Choreographic Sequence has a base value and will be evaluated by the judges in GOE only. The first visible attempt to execute a choreographic sequence will be contributed to the technical score.

 

Factor: The panels points for the three judged Program Components (Skating Skills,Performance/Execution, Interpretation) are multiplied by a factor of 1.6

 

Levels explanations:

For Recreational and Adult Gold category, in all elements, which are subject to Levels, only features up to Level 3 will be counted.

Any additional features will not be counted for Level requirements and will be ignored by the Technical Panel

NON-ISU Recreational and Adult Single Silver categories

 

 

Free Skating – Time limit: 2 minutes 10 sec, +/- 10 sec

 

A competitor in the Recreational and Adult Silver Free Skating event must perform a well-balanced program that may contain:

 

1)   A maximum of five (5) jump elements. Only single jumps and single Axel are permitted. No double and triple jumps are permitted.

 

There may be up to three (3) jump combinations or jump sequences. Only one (1) jump combination may consist of max. 3 jumps, the jump sequence may consist of any number of single jumps, however, only the two jumps with the highest value will count. Please note that a half-loop in combination or in a sequence with any other jump will be called as a single Loop (1 Lo.)

 

2)   Any jump can be repeated only once and this repetition must be done either in a jump combination or in a jump sequence.

 

3)   A maximum of three (3) spins of different abbreviations, one of which must be a spin combination. The spins must have a required minimum number of revolutions: three (3) for the flying spin with no change of foot after landing, three (3) for the spin with only one position and no change of foot and four (4) for the spin combination with no change of foot and six (3 + 3) for the spin combination with change of foot or spin in one position with a change of foot. There must be a minimum of two (2) revolutions in each position or the position will not be counted.

 

4)   A maximum of one (1) choreographic sequence (ChSq). A Choreographic Sequence consists of any kind of movements like steps, turns, spirals, arabesques, spread eagles, Ina Bauers, spinning movements, etc.. The Sequence commences with the first move and is concluded with the last move of the Skater. The pattern is not restricted, but must utilize the half ice surface. A Choreographic Sequence has a base value and will be evaluated by the judges in GOE only. The first visible attempt to execute a choreographic sequence will be contributed to the technical score.

 

Factor: The panels points for the three judged Program Components (Skating Skills,Performance/Execution,  Interpretation) are multiplied by a factor of 1.6

 

Levels explanations:

For Recreational and Adult Silver category, in all elements, which are subject to Levels, only features up to Level 2 will be counted.

Any additional features will not be counted for Level requirements and will be ignored by the Technical Panel.

 

NON-ISU Recreational and Adult Single Bronze categories

 

Free Skating – Time limit: 1 minutes 50 sec, +/- 10 sec

 

A competitor in the Recreational and Adult Bronze Free Skating event must perform a well-balanced program that may contain:

 

1.) A maximum of four (4) jump elements. Only single jumps are permitted, no Axel type jump, no double or triple jumps can be included. A jump combination may consist of the same or another single jump. There may be up to three (3) jump combinations or jump sequences in the Program. Only one (1) jump combination may consist of max. 3 jumps. A jump sequence may consist of any number of single jumps, however, only the two jumps with the highest value will be counted. Please note that a half-loop in combination or in a sequence with any other jump will be called as a single Loop (1 Lo.)

Jumps which do not satisfy the requirements (including wrong number of revs) will have no value (e.g. 1Lz+1A*+Seq.)

 

2.) Any jump can be repeated only once and this repetition must be done either in a jump combination or in a jump sequence.

 

3.) A maximum of two (2) spins of a different abbreviation, one of which must be a spin combination. The spins must have a required minimum number of revolutions: three (3) for the spin with only one position and no change of foot and four (4) for the spin combination with no change of foot and six (3 + 3) for the spin combination with change of foot. Flying spins are not permitted. There must be a minimum of two (2) revolutions in each position or the position will not be counted.

 

4.) A maximum of one (1) choreographic sequence (ChSq). A Choreographic Sequence consists of any kind of movements like steps, turns, spirals, arabesques, spread eagles, Ina Bauers, spinning movements, etc. The Sequence commences with the first move and is concluded with the last move of the Skater. The pattern is not restricted, but must utilize the half ice surface. A Choreographic Sequence has a base value and will be evaluated by the judges in GOE only. The first visible attempt to execute a choreographic sequence will be contributed to the technical score.

 

Factor: The panels points for the three judged Program Components (Skating Skills,Performance/Execution, Interpretation) are multiplied by a factor of 1.6

 

Levels explanations:

For Recreational and Adult Bronze category, in all elements, which are subject to Levels, only features up to Level 2 will be counted.

Any additional features will not be counted for Level requirements and will be ignored by the Technical Panel.

 

 

18.  PROGRAM SCHEDULE – STARTING TIMES

Please, be informed that only the daily starting times are fixed. Following the morning start the time schedule of the event is flexible, which means that in case of cancellations certain categories may start some time earlier than in the Preliminary/Final Schedule.

 

Please, be informed that timetable, results and other information will be announced on the official site of the competition  www.edusporttrophy.org and on the information board in the ice rink.

 

Provisional Schedule – Subject to change!

 

Date Type Category Segment
ISU SINGLE SKATING CATEGORIES
04.01.2018          Official Practice Senior, Junior and Novice Advanced – Men and Ladies short program
Official Practice Novice Basic A&B – boys and girls Free Skating
Official Practice Pairs:  Senior, Junior and Novice Advanced short program
Judges meeting and draw
05.01.2018 Competition Senior Ladies & Men Short Program
Competition Junior Ladies & Men Short Program
Competition Advanced Novice Girls&Boys Short Program
Competition Pairs:  Senior, Junior and Novice Advanced Short Program
Competition Basic Novice B Girls & Boys Free Skating
Competition Basic Novice A Girls & Boys Free Skating
         Official Practice Senior, Junior and Novice Advanced – Men and Ladies Free Skating
OfficialPractice Pairs:  Senior, Junior and Novice Advanced Free Skating
06.01.2018 Official Practice Cubs Girls & Boys Free Skating
Official Practice Chicks Girls and Boys Free Skating
Competition Senior, Junior and Novice Advanced – Men and Ladies Free Skating
Competition Pairs:  Senior, Junior and Novice Advanced Free Skating
Competition Cubs Girls & Boys Free Skating
Competition Chicks Girls and Boys Free Skating
Official Practice Recreational A, Recreational B, Recreational C, Recreational D, Recreational E, Recreational F Free Skating
Official Practice Adult A, Adult B, Adult C, Adult D, Adult E Free Skating
07.01.2018 Competition Recreational A, Recreational B, Recreational C, Recreational D, Recreational E, Recreational F Free Skating
Competition Adult A, Adult B, Adult C, Adult D, Adult E Free Skating

Organizer reserves the right to make the potential changes if it should be necessary.

The definite timetable will be sent to all entered clubs and federations after the deadline for entries.

 

 

Respectfully Yours and Best Skating Regards,

Organizing Committee of the EduSport Trophy