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1 2015 Sun Valley Summer Championships Sun Valley Figure Skating Club Sun Valley Skating Center Sun Valley, Idaho July 23 to July 26, 2015 All levels Basic Skills thru Senior ENTRY DEADLINE - JUNE 15, Page 1 of 25

2 Sun Valley Summer Championships July 23-26, 2015 The Sun Valley Summer Championships will be conducted in accordance with the rules and regulations of U.S. Figure Skating, as set forth in the current rulebook, as well as any pertinent updates which have been posted on the U.S. Figure Skating website. All Skaters and Coaches are encouraged to check the US Figure Skating website for all current rule changes, clarifications and updates. This competition is open to all eligible, restricted, reinstated or 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. Please refer to the current rulebook for non-u.s. Citizens. Eligibility is governed by tests passed as of June 15, 2015 and age as of July 15, Adult competitors must be age 21 or over. All skaters should be prepared to show proof of age. Any skater may enter one event higher than the event for which he/she qualifies by Free Skating test BUT not at multiple levels in the same event during the same competition. 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 a 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 (Well Balanced Program) must be under 14 years of age at the close of entries. Skaters entering Open Juvenile free skate events (Well Balanced Program), must be at least 14 years of age at the close of entries. Skaters entering No-Test Pre Juvenile events will be divided as closely as possible by age should the number of entries warrant more than one group. Entries must be received online through the SVFSC page at by June 15, 2015 at midnight. Late entries will be accepted at the discretion of the chief referee and the SVFSC and will be subject to a $50 late entry fee. No new entries will be accepted after the schedule has been posted. First Event: $105 each additional event $60. Refund Policy There will be no refunds given for withdrawal after the close of the entries on June 15, Refunds will be issued in accordance with Rule 3047 and only if the event is not held. In any event with only one entry, the skater will be offered the choice of either competing as an individual competitor in accordance with Rule 3045A without a refund, or withdrawing from the event and receiving a refund. All refunds, minus the online process fee, will be returned to your credit card within 30 days of the end of the competition based on determination of the LOC that a refund is due. The online processing fee is not refundable for any reason. No refunds will be issued for injuries. Notification of competition and practice ice times will be available online at the Entryeeze website. Facilities Sun Valley Resort maintains two adjacent ice surfaces, one indoor and the other outdoor. Located at One Dollar Loop Road. Sun Valley, ID Rink phone: Indoor ice dimensions are 95 x 190 with rounded corners. Outdoor ice dimensions are approximately 90 x 180 with slightly rounded corners. All events will be held on the indoor arena on Thursday, July 23, July 24, and July 25. ALL EVENTS ON SUNDAY JULY 26 WILL BE HELD ON THE OUTDOOR RINK (WEATHER PERMITTING). Official practice ice for Sunday s events will be available at the outdoor rink Sunday before the events starts. Music Competitors are asked to turn in a CD of their music to the registration desk no later than one hour prior to the event. Music will be available for pick-up at the registration desk after the event has been completed. Please bring a backup CD for emergencies. CD s (NOT THE CASE) must be clearly marked with the name of the skater, the music time and the event being entered. Please write directly on the disc and DO NOT USE LABELS. Music must be the first program on the disc and only one program per disc. Please use only CDRs. NO CASSETTES WILL BE ACCEPTED. The official competition music must be turned in at the registration table at the time of check-in. A duplicate CD should be readily available. Music may be picked up at the registration table following each event. Every reasonable care will be taken, but the Sun Valley FSC cannot be responsible for CDs left at the end of the competition. Please have separate CDs for practice and competition. Liability U.S. Figure Skating, Sun Valley FSC, and Sun Valley Skating Center/ Sun Valley Resort 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. Page 2 of 25

3 Judging System: The International Judging System (IJS) will be used for the following events: Well Balanced Program free skate events, Juvenile thru Senior (including Open Juvenile). Short program events, Juvenile thru Senior. IJS in accordance with Technical Notice 151 will be used for the following events: Well Balanced Program free skate events, Preliminary Pre-Juvenile. The 6.0 Majority Judging System will be used for all other events. Sun Valley FSC reserves the right to use the 6.0 judging system for any IJS events when IJS qualified officials are unavailable. Planned Program Content (PPC) All competitors skating in IJS judged events (Preliminary-Senior) are required to submit their planned program content form with their entry online via Revisions to a skater s PPC will be accepted via Entryeeze thru July 15, Competitors not submitting their PPCs via Entryeeze will be required to provide a paper PPC prior to registering and will be subject to a $35.00 late fee. Registration desk will open at 1PM on Wednesday July 22, 2015 outside at the west wall of the indoor rink (outdoor rink side), and remain open throughout the competition. Please register promptly upon arrival. Practice Ice will be made available through the Sun Valley Figure Skating Club. Skaters may purchase two sessions on Wednesday July 23 and music will be played on a first come first serve basis, time permitting on each session. For Thursday thru Sunday skaters may purchase one session of warm-up ice. No music will be played on these sessions. Please make practice ice reservations along with your online entry no later than June 15, Skaters must book practice ice with their online entry to ensure space. A schedule will be posted online as soon as possible after the close of the entries. Additional practice ice prior to July 23 can be purchased directly through the ice rink at the Sun Valley resort website Videotaping/Photography a professional photographer will be available in the arena. Professional videotaping will also be available. No flash photography will be allowed. Awards will be presented as close as possible to the conclusion of each event. Medals will be awarded to the top three places in all events. Skaters entering both the short and free skate program events, at the same level will be eligible for overall awards in Juvenile though Senior events based on the greatest combined IJS point total for the short and Free Skate programs. The Phyllis Kourland Trophy will be presented for the most outstanding performance in the Intermediate thru Senior Dramatic events. There will be a Trophy presented to the most outstanding performance in No-Test thru Juvenile Dramatic events. There will be an Outstanding Light Entertainment performance award given to a skater at the No -Test thru Juvenile level. There will be an Outstanding Light Entertainment performance award given to a skater at the Intermediate thru Senior level. Official Notices and schedule showing starting times for each event and the draw will be posted in the indoor arena. The official schedule supersedes all other schedules. Notices posted on the SVFSC bulletin board are considered as sufficient notice to all competitors. Skaters are to be in the rink and ready to skate 60 minutes before their event is scheduled to begin. In the event that the competition runs ahead of schedule, events will not be delayed for skaters who arrive late. Decisions by the Referee in all matters will be final. 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 D. Must submit proof of current general liability insurance with limits of $1 million per occurrence/$5 million aggregate. Page 3 of 25

4 For Basic Skills ONLY coaches - Any person, 18 and older, instructing in a U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills Program must have successfully passed the annual background screen and be registered as a Basic Skills instructor member. Page 4 of 25

5 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. Noncredentialed 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: Contact Information Our preferred method of contact regarding registration questions is ing the office at You may also leave phone messages at and we will return your calls as soon as possible. Office hours are limited throughout the summer. Additional Information: Ice Show: Due to the Sun Valley Resort ice show on Saturday evening, the competition will end for Saturday events at 6:30 pm. Ice show tickets are available through Sun Valley Sports Center The Saturday evening shows are held weekly throughout the summer featuring world-class skaters. Check the Sun Valley Resort Website for guest skaters throughout the summer. Travel: Scenic Sun Valley, Idaho is located 160 miles northeast of Boise, ID. Horizon Air offers daily non-stop service from Seattle, Los Angeles and Oakland to Hailey, Idaho which is located approximately 13 miles south of Sun Valley. Sky West (Delta) Airlines offers daily service from Salt Lake City, UT to Hailey and Twin Falls (app. 80 miles south of SV) Southwest, United, Delta, Frontier and Alaska Airlines offer service from most major cities to Boise, ID, with car rental available (a 2 & one half hour drive) to Sun Valley. Sun Valley has become a year round destination resort offering, golf, tennis, hiking, mountain biking, camping and fly fishing throughout the summer season. Reservations: for the Sun Valley Lodge, Sun Valley Inn and Sun Valley condominiums are available through the Sun Valley Resort central reservation number The town of Ketchum is located 1 mile from the actual resort and offers a variety of hotels and motels. Free bus service operated by Mt.Rides runs every half hour throughout the Ketchum/Sun Valley/Elkhorn area. The Ketchum / Sun Valley area offers over 1000 condominiums. These are available through the various property management services listed below. These units vary in size from studios to four bedrooms and are fully furnished offering a more economical family vacation or accommodations for large groups of skaters. The town of Hailey is located 13 miles south of the resort and offers hotels and motels. Please see next page for a complete listing of area properties and discounts. PLEASE BE SURE TO BOOK YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY AS THIS CAN BE A BUSY WEEKEND IN THE RESORT. TENTATIVE SCHEDULE 7/22 WEDNESDAY PRACTICE ICE BEGINNING 1:30PM 7/23 THURSDAY SOLO DANCE,COMPULSORY, SPINS AND SHORT PROGRAMS 7/24 FRIDAY ALL FREE SKATE EVENTS NO-TEST TO SENIOR 7/25 SATURDAY SHOWCASE DRAMATIC, BASIC SKILLS COMPULSORY,PROGRAM, DRAMATIC 7/26 SUNDAY ALL SHOWCASE LIGHT,ALL INTERPRETIVE, PRODUCTION GROUPS USEFUL WEBSITES book on site Sun Valley Resort accommodations. Find over 557,500 vacation rentals around the world on VRBO - Vacation Rentals by Owner. Contact owners directly and save on your next vacation select Ketchum/Sun Valley area. Page 5 of 25

6 Vall\\\2014\\\\\ SINGLES FREE SKATING EVENTS Well Balanced Program Free Skate / Singles Short Program 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. Either IJS or the 6.0 judging system may be used for this event. All current and appropriate IJS rules will be used. Coaches and athletes are expected to be aware of these rules by reading the documents on under Technical Information, then Singles/Pairs The short program events listed below will be skated. Athletes and coaches are responsible for going to the U.S. Figure Skating rulebook for rules, program length, etc. Free Skate and Short Programs are separated events. Short Program Requirements will be for the Season. Juvenile Short Program will skate the same as Intermediate Short Program. VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING RULE CHANGES Skaters should be prepared to skate to any rule changes that affect the season. Please be sure to chec k the US Figure Skating website after the USFS Governing Council meeting in early May. The tables listed below may be affected by these rule changes Level Jumps Spins Step Sequences No-Test 1:40 max Max. 5 jump elements: Up to 2 may be jump combos or sequences Jump combos are limited to 2 jumps Jump sequences are limited to 3 single jumps (half-loop is not considered a single jump at this level) No Axels or double jumps are permitted Max. 2 spins: Spins must be of different character. Each spin much have a Minimum of 3 revolutions. Spins may change feet, and start with a fly. One step sequence that utilizes ½ of the ice surface Pre-Preliminary 1:40 max Maximum of 5 jump elements: a) Any single jumps, including Axel, allowed. b) Max. 2 jump combinations or sequences c) Jump combinations are limited to 2 jumps. d) Number of jumps in a jump sequence is limited to a of 3 single jumps (½ loop is not considered a single jump.) e) Axel may be repeated as an individual jump, as part of a jump combination or jump sequence. Max of 2 Axels. f) Double or triple jumps are not allowed. Maximum of 2 spins: a) Spins must be of a different nature b) Spins may change feet and/or. c) Spins may start with a fly. d) Min. of 3 revolutions One step sequenced that must use ½ of the ice surface. Page 6 of 25

7 Sun Valley 2015 Preliminary 1:30 +/- 10 sec. Maximum of 5 jump elements: a) One must be an Axel or waltz-jump. b) Max. 2 jump combinations or sequences c) Jump combinations limited to 2 jumps d) Number of jumps in a jump sequence is limited to a of 3 single jumps (½ loop is not considered a single jump.) e) Only 2 different double jumps may be attempted, selected from: double Salchow, double toe-loop, double loop) f) Axel and no more than 2 different double jumps may be repeated as individual jumps, as part of jump combinations or jump sequences. g) Max. of 2 Axels or any double jump. h) Double flips, double Lutzes, double Axels or triple jumps are not allowed. Maximum of 2 spins: a) Spins must be of a different nature b) Spins may change feet and/or. c) Spins may start with a fly. d) Min. of 3 revolutions One step sequenced that must use ½ of the ice surface. Pre-Juvenile 2:00 +/- 10 sec. Maximum of 5 jump elements: a) One must be an Axel or waltz jump. b) Max. 2 jump combinations or sequences c) Jump combinations limited to 2 jumps d) Number of jumps in jump sequence is limited to a of 3 single or double jumps. (½ loop is not considered a single jump at this level.) e) Number of different double jumps is not limited. f) Axel and no more than 3 different double jumps may be repeated as Individual jumps, as part of jump combination or jump sequence. g) Maximum of 2 Axels or any double jump h) No double Axels or triple jumps Maximum of 2 spins: a) 1 spin combination; with or without change of foot, may fly. b) 1 spin with only 1 *, may fly, no change of foot c) Min. 4 revolutions.; 6 revolutions for combo d) Spins must be of a different nature One step sequence fully utilizing ice surface. Juvenile (under 14 years) & Open Juvenile (14 years or older) Maximum of 5 jump elements: a) One must be an Axel-type jump b) Max. 2 jump combinations or sequences c) Jump combinations limited to 2 jumps d) Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited e) 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. f) No triple jumps Maximum of 2 spins: a) 1 spin combination; with/without change of foot b) 1 spin with only 1 ; no change of foot c) Both spins may start with a fly d) Min. 5 revolutions; 8 revolutions. for combination e) Min. 2 revolutions in f) Spins must be of a different nature One choreographic step sequence fully utilizing ice surface. Page 6 of 25

8 Intermediate 2:30 +/- 10 sec. Maximum of 6 jump elements: a) 1 must be an Axel-type jump b) Max 3 jump combinations (combos) or sequences c) Jump combinations limited to 2 jumps, but one 3-jump combo is permitted d) Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited e) 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 sequence. Max. 2 of the same double or triple. Maximum of 2 spins: a) 1 spin combination; w/without change of foot b) 1 spin with only 1 ; no change of foot c) Both spins may start with a fly d) Min. 5 revolutions; 8 revolutions. for combo e) Min. 2 revolutions. in f) Spins must be of a different nature One choreographic step sequence fully utilizing ice surface. Novice Ladies 3:00 +/- 10 sec. Maximum of 6 jump elements: a) One must be an Axel-type jump b) Max. 3 jump combinations (combos) or sequences c) Jump combinations limited to 2 jumps, but one 3-jump combo is permitted d) Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited e) 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 3 spins: a) Spins must be of a different nature b) 1 flying entry with no change of foot or c) 1 spin combination; w/without change of foot d) 3rd spin is option of skater e) Min. 6 revolutions; 10 revolutions. for combo f) Min. 2 revolutions. in g) Spins may change feet and start with a fly, except For the flying spin with no change of foot or One leveled step sequence Fully utilizing the ice surface Novice Men 3:30 +/- 10 sec. Maximum of 7 jump elements: a) One must be an Axel-type jump b) Max. 3 jump combinations (combos) or sequences c) Combos limited to 2 jumps, but one 3-jump combo is permitted d) Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited e) One double Axel and two different triple jumps may be repeated. f) 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 3 spins: a) Spins must be of a different nature b) 1 flying entry with no change of foot or c) 1 spin combination; with or without change of foot d) 3rd spin is option of skater e) Min. 6 revolutions; 10 revolutions for combo f) Min. 2 revolutions in g) Spins may change feet and start with a fly, except for the flying spin with no change of foot or One leveled step sequence Fully utilizing the ice surface. Page 7 of 25

9 Junior Ladies 3:30 +/- 10 sec. Maximum of 7 jump elements: a) One must be an Axel-type jump b) Max. 3 jump combinations (combos) or sequences c) Combos limited to 2 jumps, but one 3-jump combo is permitted d) Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited e) 2 triples or quads may be repeated, but must be in combo or f) sequence g) Max. 2 double Axels as solo jump or in combo/sequence Maximum of 3 spins: a) 1 flying entry b) 1 spin combination; with or without change of foot c) 1 spin with only 1 d) Min. 6 revolutions; 10 revs. for combo e) Min. 2 revolutions in f) All spins may change feet and start with a fly g) Spins must be of a different nature One leveled step sequence Fully utilizing the ice surface. Junior Men 4:00 +/- 10 sec. Maximum of 8 jump elements: a) One must be an Axel-type jump b) Max. 3 jump combinations (combos) or sequences c) Combos limited to 2 jumps, but one 3-jump combo is permitted d) Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited e) 2 triples or quads may be repeated, but must be in combo or f) sequence g) Max. 2 double Axels as solo jump or in combo/sequence Maximum of 3 spins: a) 1 flying entry b) 1 spin combination; with or without change of foot c) 1 spin with only 1 d) Min. 6 revolutions; 10 revs. for combo e) Min. 2 revolutions in f) All spins may change feet and start with a fly g) Spins must be of a different nature One leveled step sequence Fully utilizing the ice surface. Senior Ladies 4:00 +/- 10 sec Maximum of 7 jump elements: a) One must be an Axel-type jump b) Max. 3 jump combinations (combos) or sequences c) Combos limited to 2 jumps, but one 3-jump combo is permitted d) Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited e) 2 triples or quads may be repeated, but must be in combo or f) Sequence g) Max. 2 double Axels as solo jump or in combo/sequence Maximum of 3 spins: a) 1 flying entry b) 1 spin combination; with or without change of foot c) 1 spin with only 1 d) Min. 6 revolutions; 10 revolutions for combo e) Min. 2 revolutions in f) All spins may change feet and start with a fly g) Spins must be of a different nature One leveled step sequence One choreographic sequence Fully utilizing the ice surface Page 8 of 25

10 Senior Men 4:30 +/- 10 sec. Maximum of 8 jump elements: a) One must be an Axel-type jump b) Max. 3 jump combinations (combos) or sequences c) Combos limited to 2 jumps, but one 3-jump combo is permitted d) Number of jumps in jump sequence is not limited e) 2 triples or quads may be repeated, but must be in combo or f) Sequence g) Max. 2 double Axels as solo jump or in combo/sequence Maximum of 3 spins: a) 1 flying entry b) 1 spin combination; with or without change of foot c) 1 spin with only 1 d) Min. 6 revolutions; 10 revolutions for combo e) Min. 2 revolutions in f) All spins may change feet and start with a fly g) Spins must be of a different nature One leveled step sequence One choreographic sequence Fully utilizing the ice surface For Short Program requirements please see the US Figure Skating website. Juvenile short program requirements will be the same as Intermediate Singles. Please be sure to check the website for updates and skaters should be prepared to skate any changes impacting the season. Page 9 of 25

11 EVENT: COMPULSORY MOVES General event parameters: Pre-Preliminary Juvenile: Elements skated on ½ ice Elements may be performed only once Music is not allowed Level Time Skating rules/standards Pre Preliminary 1:15 Preliminary 1:15 1. Single toe loop 2. Jump combination: single/single (no Axel) 3. Sit spin or camel spin - minimum three revolutions 4. Spiral sequence with one forward spiral and one backward spiral (any edge) 1. Single Lutz 2. Jump combination: single/single (may include Axel) 3. Back upright spin - minimum three revolutions 4. Forward inside spiral Pre Juvenile Juvenile & Open Juv. 1:15 1:15 1. Single jump (may include Axel) 2. Jump combination: single/single (may include Axel) 3. Layback spin or camel spin - minimum three revolutions 4. Step sequence - circular 1. Single Axel 2. Jump combination: single/single or double/single 3. Layback spin or camel spin - minimum three revolutions 4. Step sequence circular EVENT: Spins Challenge General Event Parameters 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 parentheses. Pre Preliminary Preliminary Pre Juvenile Juvenile & Open Juv. 1:30 1:30 1:30 1:30 1. Upright one-foot spin (3) 2. Upright two-foot spin (3) 3. Sit spin (3) 1. 1.Backward upright spin (3) 2. Combination spin with no of foot (4) 3. Sit spin (3) 1. Camel spin (3) 2. Combination spin camel to sit spin; no change of foot (6) 3. Forward to backward scratch spin (3 per foot) 1. Sit spin (4) 2. Combination spin change of foot; optional change of (4 per foot) 3. Girls layback spin (4); Boys camel spin (4) 1. Flying camel spin (5) 2. Sit spin to backward sit spin (4 per foot) Page 10 of 25

12 Intermediate 1:30 3. Combination spin change of foot & change of (4 per foot) Novice Junior Senior 1:30 1:30 1:30 1. Choice of camel, sit or layback spin (6) 2. Camel spin to backward camel spin (4 per foot in ) 3. Combination spin change of foot & two changes of (2 per & 5 per foot) 1. Flying sit spin or flying reverse sit spin (6) 2. Ladies layback spin (6); men cross-foot spin (6) 3. Combination spin with change of foot & utilizing all three s (2 per & 5 per foot) 1. Flying spin of choice (6) 2. Solo spin of choice (6) may not fly 3. Combination spin with change of foot & utilizing all three s (2 per & 5 per foot) EVENT: Solo Pattern Dance Levels are based upon the skaters highest pattern dance test passed. A solo pattern dance competition event will consist of the skater performing two solo pattern dances. Skaters will complete both of the dances at each level. Dances will be scheduled at the discretion of the Chief Referee for each competition and may be competed consecutively or with a break inbetween pattern dances groupings. Level January 1- March 31 st April 1 st June 30 th July 1 st Sept. 30 th October 1 st December 31 st Preliminary 1. Dutch Waltz 1. RhythmBlues 1. Canasta Tango 1. Rhythm Blues 2. Canasta 2. Dutch Waltz 2. Rhythm Blues 2. Dutch Waltz Tango Pre-bronze 1. Swing 1. Fiesta Tango 1. Cha-Cha 1. Swing 2. Cha-Cha 2. Swing 2. Fiesta Tango 2. Cha-Cha Bronze 1. Hickory 1. Ten Fox 1. Willow Waltz 1. Hickory Hoedown 2. Hickory 2. Ten Fox Hoedown 2. Willow Waltz Hoedown 2. Willow Waltz Pre-silver 1. Fourteenstep 1. Foxtrot 1. European 1. Fourteenstep 2. European 2. Fourteenstep Waltz 2. European Waltz Waltz 2. Foxtrot Silver 1. American 1. Rocker 1. Silver Tango 1. American Waltz Waltz Foxtrot 2. Rocker Foxtrot 2. Silver Tango 2. Silver Tango 2. American Waltz Pre-gold 1. Killian 1. Paso Doble 1. Killian 1. Paso Doble 2. Blues 2. Starlight 2. Blues 2. Starlight Waltz Waltz Gold 1. Viennese 1. Westminster 1. Viennese 1. Westminster Waltz Waltz Waltz Waltz 2. Argentine 2. Quickstep 2. Argentine 2. Quickstep Tango Tango EVENT: Showcase Events Dramatic Entertainment Page 11 of 25

13 Format: Programs should express intense emotional connection and investment in the music, choreography and theme concept through related skating movements, gestures and physical actions. Props and scenery are permitted EVENT: Showcase Events Light Entertainment Events Format: Showcase program that should express a carefree concept or storyline designed to uplift and entertain the audience through related skating movements, gestures and physical actions. Props and Scenery are permitted General event parameters for both Dramatic and Light Entertainment: Level will be determined by the highest free skate or dance (solo or partnered) test passed. Skaters may compete at the highest level they have passed, or skate up to one level higher. The determination of level will be based upon test requirement at the entry deadline Current guidelines and procedures for non-qualifying showcase competitions can be found at under Programs on the National Showcase page. Dramatic/Light Entertainment Requirements Event M u s t h av e passed(dance tests refer to solo or partnered standard track) Must not have passed(dance tests refer to solo or partnered standard track) Age Time No Test* Note: these levels do not qualify for National Showcase - Pre-Preliminary Free Skate No Age restriction 1:30 max Pre Preliminary *Note: this level does not qualify for National Showcase - Preliminary Free Skate No Age restriction 1:30 max Preliminary Preliminary Free Skate Pre-Juvenile Free Skate Pre Juvenile Juvenile Pre Juvenile Free Skate 2 Preliminary Dances Juvenile Free Skate Complete Preliminary Dance Juvenile Free Skate or Complete Pre-Bronze Dance Intermediate Free Skate Any Silver Dance No minimum age (max age 20) No minimum age (max age 20) 13 and under 1:40 max 1:40 max 2:10 max Page 12 of 25

14 Teen Juvenile Free Skate Complete Preliminary Dance Intermediate Free Skate Any Silver Dance :10 max Intermediate Intermediate Free Skate Complete Bronze Dance Novice Free Skate Any Gold Dance 17 and under 2:10 max Young Adult Juvenile Free Skate Complete Preliminary Dance Novice Free Skate Any Gold Dance :10 max Novice Novice Free Skate One Silver Dance Junior Free Skate Any Gold Dance 2:10 max Junior Junior Free Skate Two Pre-Gold Dances Senior Free Skate Completed Gold Dance No age restriction 2:40 max Senior Senior Free Skate Complete Gold Dance 2:40 max EVENT: Showcase Events Interpretative Events Format: Interpretive is a performance choreographed by the competitor, unaccompanied and unassisted, to music supplied by the competition committee / LOC. Programs should incorporate various elements of expressive movement and skating moves, to enhance the skater s interpretation of the music, rather than technical elements. The music will be played twice during an on-ice warm-up prior to the performance. Skaters after the warm up will go back to a room, with no music being played. Skaters will be brought to the ice when the previous skater finishes. All competitors in an event will interpret the same music. Props are permitted but must be brought into the room prior to listening to the music, and be taken to the ice only when the skater is called to perform. Props may not be pre-ed on the performance surface. Current guidelines and procedures for non-qualifying showcase competitions can be found at under Programs on the National Showcase page. Interpretative Events and Levels Level Pre-juvenile and below Program Duration 1:00 maximum Test Requirements Skaters may compete at the highest level they have passed, or skate up to one level higher. The determination of level will be based upon test requirement at the entry deadline Page 13 of 25

15 Juvenile - novice Junior and senior Teen and young adult All adult events 1:30 maximum 1:30 maximum 1:30 maximum 1:30 maximum Skaters may compete at the highest level they have passed, or skate up to one level higher. The determination of level will be based upon test requirement at the entry deadline Skaters may compete at the highest level they have passed, or skate up to one level higher. The determination of level will be based upon test requirement at the entry deadline Skaters may compete at the highest level they have passed, or skate up to one level higher. The determination of level will be based upon test requirement at the entry deadline Skaters may compete at the highest level they have passed, or skate up to one level higher. The determination of level will be based upon test requirement at the entry deadline EVENT: Showcase Events Duet Events Format: Duets are theatrical or artistic performances by any competitors. Props and scenery ARE permitted. General event parameters: Level will be determined by the highest free skate or dance (solo or partnered) test passed. Skaters may compete at the highest level they have passed, or skate up to one level higher. The determination of level will be based upon test requirement at the entry deadline Current guidelines and procedures for non-qualifying showcase competitions can be found at under Programs on the National Showcase page. Duets Event M u s t h av e passed(dance tests refer to solo or partnered standard track) Must not have passed(dance tests refer to solo or partnered standard track) Age Time (Duets must compete at the highest test level of the two skaters) No Test Note: these levels do not qualify for National Showcase Pre-Preliminary - Pre-Preliminary Free Skate No Age restriction 1:30 max Note: this level does not qualify for National Showcase - Preliminary Free Skate No Age restriction 1:30 max Page 14 of 25

16 Preliminary Preliminary Free Skate Pre-Juvenile Free Skate No minimum age (max age 20) 1:40 max Pre Juvenile Juvenile Pre Juvenile Free Skate 2 Preliminary Dances Juvenile Free Skate Complete Preliminary Dance Juvenile Free Skate or Complete Pre- Bronze Dance Intermediate Free Skate Any Silver Dance No minimum age (max age 20) 13 and under 1:40 max 2:10 max Teen Juvenile Free Skate Complete Preliminary Dance Intermediate Free Skate Any Silver Dance :10 max Duets (Duets must compete at the highest test level of the two Intermediate Young Adult Intermediate Free Skate Complete Bronze Dance Juvenile Free Skate Complete Preliminary Dance Novice Free Skate Any Gold Dance Novice Free Skate Any Gold Dance 17 and under 2:10 max :10 max skaters) Novice Novice Free Skate One Silver Dance Junior Free Skate Any Gold Dance No age restriction 2:10 max Junior Junior Free Skate Two Pre-Gold Dances Senior Free Skate Completed Gold Dance No age restriction 2:40 max Senior Senior Free Skate Complete Gold Dance No age restriction 2:40 max Page 15 of 25

17 EVENT: Showcase Events Production Ensemble Event Formats: Mini production ensemble events are theatrical performances by three to seven competitors. Props and scenery are permitted. Programs are performed under full arena lighting Production ensemble events are theatrical performances by eight or more competitors. Theatre on Ice teams are eligible as production ensembles. Props and scenery are allowed. Programs are performed under full arena lighting NOTE: Skaters may enter only one duet, mini production or production event. Current guidelines and procedures for non-qualifying showcase competitions can be found at under Programs on the National Showcase page. Event Time T e s t P a s s e d Must Not have passed Age Mini Production 3:10 maximum Open Open No age restriction Production Ensemble 6:15 max Open Open No age restriction Page 16 of 25

18 Sun Valley Summer Championships July 25 & 26, 2014 Basic Skills Announcement The competition is open to ALL skaters who are current eligible (ER 1.00) members of either the Basic Skills 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 of a Basic Skills Program/ club. Members of other organizations are eligible to compete but must be registered with the host Basic Skills Program/club or any other Basic Skills Program/club. Eligibility: will be based on skill level as of closing date of entries, June 15, All Snowplow Sam and Basic Skills 1-8 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. For the Free skate 1-6, and Well Balanced levels, eligibility will be based only upon highest free skate test level passed (moves in the field test level will not determine skater s competitive level). Skaters may skate at highest level passed OR one level higher BUT not both levels in the same event during the same competition. It is very important to the success of the competition that skaters are placed in the correct divisions. If, for whatever reason, the Local Organizing Committee discovers that a skater has been placed in a category that is below their class level, the chairman and referee will have the option to move the skater into the proper division, even if this has to be done the day of the competition. This will ensure that every event is as fair as possible to the competitors. Entry and Fees the entry process will be an online entry only. Please log on to and click on the Sun Valley Winter Games logo. Fees: $70 per first event $50 per additional event. Deadline for entries is midnight June 15, Late entries may be accepted upon review of the LOC. Please contact to submit a late entry. Practice ice will be $20 per 30 minute session. Refund Policy There will be no refunds given for withdrawal after the close of the entries on June 15, Refunds will be issued in accordance with Rule 3047 and only if the event is not held. In any event with only one entry, the skater will be offered the choice of either competing as an individual competitor in accordance with Rule 3045A without a refund, or withdrawing from the event and receiving a refund. All refunds, minus the online process fee, will be returned to your credit card within 30 days of the end of the competition based on determination of the LOC that a refund is due. The online processing fee is not refundable for any reason. No refunds will be issued for injuries. Facilities Sun Valley Resort maintains two adjacent ice surfaces, one indoor and the other outdoor. Located at One Dollar Loop Road. Sun Valley, ID Rink phone: Indoor ice dimensions are 95 x 190 with rounded corners. Outdoor ice dimensions are approximately 90 x 180 with slightly rounded corners. All events will be held on the indoor arena, WITH THE EXCEPTION of Light Entertainment and Interpretive, WHICH WILL BE HELD SUNDAY ON THE OUTDOOR RINK (WEATHER PERMITTING). Official practice ice for Light Entertainment will be available at the outdoor rink Sunday before the event starts. Music Competitors are asked to turn in a CD of their music to the registration desk no later than one hour prior to the event. Music will be available for pick-up at the registration desk after the event has been completed. Please bring a backup CD for emergencies. CD s (NOT THE CASE) must be clearly marked with the name of the skater, the music time and the event being entered. Please write directly on the disc and DO NOT USE LABELS. Music must be the first program on the disc and only one program per disc. Please use only CDRs. NO CASSETTES WILL BE ACCEPTED. The official competition music must be turned in at the registration table at the time of check-in. A duplicate CD should be readily available. Music may be picked up at the registration table following each event. Every reasonable care will be taken, but the Sun Valley FSC cannot be responsible for CDs left at the end of the competition. Please have separate CDs for practice and competition. Liability U.S. Figure Skating, Sun Valley FSC, and Sun Valley Skating Center/ Sun Valley Resort 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. Page 17 of 25

19 Judging System: The 6.0 Majority Judging System will be used for all events in this competition, unless otherwise noted. Registration desk will open at 1PM on Wednesday July 22, 2015 outside at the west wall of the indoor rink (outdoor rink side), and remain open throughout the competition). Please register promptly upon arrival. Practice Ice will be made available through the Sun Valley Figure Skating Club. Skaters may purchase two sessions on Wednesday July 23 and music will be played on a first come first serve basis and time permitting on each session. For Thursday thru Sunday skaters may purchase one session of warm-up ice. No music will be played on these sessions. Please make practice ice reservations along with your online entry no later than June 15, Skaters must book practice ice with their online entry to ensure space. A schedule will be posted online as soon as possible after the close of the entries. Additional practice ice prior to July 23 can be purchased directly through the ice rink at the Sun Valley resort website Videotaping/Photography a professional photographer will be available in the arena. Professional videotaping will also be available. No flash photography will be allowed Awards: Awards will be given as quickly as possible after each event, upstairs on the balcony of the indoor rink. Medals will be awarded for 1 st through 3rd place. Ribbons will be given to all Basic Skills participants. Official Notices and schedule showing starting times for each event and the draw will be posted in the indoor arena. The official schedule supersedes all other schedules. Notices posted on the SVFSC bulletin board are considered as sufficient notice to all competitors. Skaters are to be in the rink and ready to skate 60 minutes before their event is scheduled to begin. In the event that the competition runs ahead of schedule, events will not be delayed for skaters who arrive late. Decisions by the Referee in all matters will be final. 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 D. Must submit proof of current general liability insurance with limits of $1 million per occurrence/$5 million aggregate. For Basic Skills ONLY coaches - Any person, 18 and older, instructing in a U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills Program must have successfully passed the annual background screen and be registered as a Basic Skills 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: Page 18 of 25

20 Contact Information Our preferred method of contact regarding registration questions is ing the office at You may also leave phone messages at and we will return your calls as soon as possible. Office hours vary throughout the summer. Additional Information: Ice Show: Due to the Sun Valley Resort ice show on Saturday evening, the competition will end for Saturday events at 6:30 pm. Ice show tickets are available through Sun Valley Sports Center The Saturday evening shows are held weekly throughout the summer featuring world-class skaters. Check the Sun Valley Resort Website for guest skaters throughout the summer. Travel: Scenic Sun Valley, Idaho is located 160 miles northeast of Boise, ID. Horizon Air offers daily nonstop service from Seattle, Los Angeles and Oakland to Hailey, Idaho which is located approximately 13 miles south of Sun Valley. Sky West (Delta) Airlines offers daily service from Salt Lake City, UT to Hailey and Twin Falls (app. 80 miles south of SV) Southwest, United, Delta, Frontier and Alaska Airlines offer service from most major cities to Boise, ID, with car rental available (a 2 & and one half hour drive) to Sun Valley. Sun Valley has become a year round destination resort offering, golf, tennis, hiking, mountain biking, camping and fly fishing throughout the summer season. Reservations: for the Sun Valley Lodge, Sun Valley Inn and Sun Valley condominiums are available through the Sun Valley Resort central reservation number The town of Ketchum is located 1 mile from the actual resort and offers a variety of hotels and motels. Free bus service operated by Mt. Rides runs every half hour through-out the Ketchum/Sun Valley/Elkhorn area. The Ketchum / Sun Valley area offers over 1000 condominiums. These are available through the various property management services listed below. These units vary in size from studios to four bedrooms and are fully furnished offering a more economical family vacation or accommodations for large groups of skaters. The town of Hailey is located 13 miles south of the resort and offers hotels and motels. Please see next page for a complete listing of area properties and discounts. PLEASE BE SURE TO BOOK YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY AS THIS CAN BE A BUSY WEEKEND IN THE RESORT. TENTATIVE SCHEDULE 7/22 WEDNESDAY PRACTICE ICE BEGINNING 1:30PM 7/23 THURSDAY SOLO DANCE,COMPULSORY, SPINS AND SHORT PROGRAMS 7/24 FRIDAY ALL FREE SKATE EVENTS NO-TEST TO SENIOR 7/25 SATURDAY SHOWCASE DRAMATIC, BASIC SKILLS COMPULSORY,PROGRAM, DRAMATIC 7/26 SUNDAY ALL SHOWCASE LIGHT,ALL INTERPRETIVE, PRODUCTION GROUPS Page 19 of 25

21 U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills Competitions EVENT: Basic Elements Event: SNOWPLOW SAM BASIC 8 Format choice of the host: Each skater will perform each element when directed by a judge or referee OR have the option to perform one element at a time in the order listed below (no excessive connecting steps). Referee driven format examples: all skaters perform first element before moving on to the next and so on OR each skater performs all of the required elements before moving on to the next skater. Skaters may compete at the highest level they have passed, or skate up to one level higher. To be skated on 1/3 to 1/2 ice No music Elements must be skated in the order listed Level Time Skating rules / standards Snowplow Sam 1-3 1:00 March followed by a two foot glide and dip Forward two foot swizzles 2-3 in a row Forward snowplow stop Backward wiggles 2-6 in a row Basic 1 1:00 Forward two foot glide and dip Forward two foot swizzles 6-8 in a row Forward snowplow stop Backward wiggles 6-8 in a row Basic 2 1:00 Basic 3 1:00 Basic 4 1:00 Basic 5 1:00 Forward one foot glide - either foot Forward alternating ½ swizzle pumps, in a straight line 2-3 each foot Moving snowplow stop Two foot turn in place- forward to backward Backward two foot swizzles 6-8 in a row Forward stroking Forward ½ swizzle pumps on a circle, either clockwise or counter clockwise 4-6 consecutive Forward slalom Backward one foot glide - either foot Two foot spin minimum three revolutions Standstill forward outside three-turn - R & L Forward outside edge on a circle clockwise or counter clockwise Forward crossovers 4-6 consecutive both directions Backward stroking strokes Backward snowplow stop - R or L Backward outside edge on a circle clockwise or counterclockwise Backward crossovers 4-6 consecutive - both directions Basic one foot spin free leg held to side of spinning leg - minimum three revolutions Side toe hop -either direction Hockey stop Page 20 of 25

22 Basic 6 1:00 Basic 7 1:00 Basic 8 1:00 Standstill forward inside three-turn - R & L Bunny Hop Forward spiral on a straight line - R or L Lunge - R or L T-stop - R or L Standstill forward inside open Mohawk - R to L and L to R Ballet Jump - either direction Back crossovers to a back outside edge landing clockwise and counter clockwise Forward inside pivot Moving forward outside or forward inside three-turns R & L Waltz jump Mazurka - either direction Combination move - clockwise or counter clockwise two forward crossovers into FI Mohawk, step down, cross behind, step into one back crossover and step to a forward inside edge Beginning one-foot upright spin free foot held to side of spinning leg or crossed -minimum three revolutions EVENT: BASIC PROGRAM EVENT: SNOWPLOW SAM BASIC 8 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. Skaters may compete at the highest level they have passed, or skate up to one level higher. 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 Level Time Skating rules / standards Snowplow Sam 1-3 1:00 +/- 10 sec. March followed by a two foot glide and dip Forward two foot swizzles 2-3 in a row Forward snowplow stop Backward wiggles 2-6 in a row Basic 1 1:00 +/- 10 sec. Basic 2 1:00 +/- 10 sec. Basic 3 1:00 +/- 10 sec. Forward two foot glide and dip Forward two foot swizzles 6-8 in a row Forward snowplow stop Backward wiggles 6-8 in a row Forward one foot glide - either foot Forward alternating ½ swizzle pumps, in a straight line 2-3 each foot Moving snowplow stop Two foot turn in place- forward to backward Backward two foot swizzles 6-8 in a row Forward stroking Forward ½ swizzle pumps on a circle, either clockwise or counter clockwise 4-6 consecutive Forward slalom Backward one foot glide - either foot Two foot spin minimum three revolutions Page 21 of 25

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