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1 TECHNICAL PACKAGE (For Recreational Categories) TABLE OF CONTENTS Part A - Part B - Part C - Part D - Part E - Part F - Part G - Part H - Part I - Part J - Part K - Part L - Part M - Part N - General Information Free Skate Events Skating Skills Events Creative Skating Skills Events Interpretive Events - Single and Couples Triathlon Events Dance Events - Couples (STARSkate) Element Events LTAD Jump Events Pair Event Solo Pattern Dance Events Team Elements Events Creative Improv Events Showcase Events Skate Canada-Northern Ontario Technical Package is Subject To Change Watch the Skate Canada-Northern Ontario website for any amendments/corrections to the Technical Package

2 Part A - General Information Competition Submission Deadlines 16 to 20 weeks prior to the competition Form a Local Organizing Committee (LOC) and begin communications with your Technical Representative. Provide all necessary information to your Technical Representative so they can prepare your announcement. Ensure you know the method and contact for registration, host hotel, arena specifics, etc. 8 to 12 weeks prior to the competition LOC to send your announcement to the Events Director for approval and distribution to SCNO office to post on website. 5 or 6 weeks prior to the competition Entries and payment from skaters due to the LOC Registration Chairperson. 4 weeks prior to the competition LOC Registrar to forward final entry list to Technical Representative, Chief Data Specialist and Computer Data Specialist. 3 weeks prior to the competition Technical Representative to forward final schedule and judging assignments to Chief Data Specialist, Computer Data Specialist and Local Organizing Committee. (Schedule must be print ready so that it can be posted on SCNO s website.) 2 weeks prior to the competition Computer Data Specialist will forward an entry list generated by the CSS system and the schedule to the SCNO office for posting on the website. 1 week following the competition Computer Data Specialist will forward results generated by the CSS system to the SCNO office for posting on the website. A disclaimer will be placed on the website indicating entry list is subject to change. If changes are made to anything on the entry list, only the changes have to be sent to the Chief and Computer Data Specialists, not the entire entry list from your competition. Failure to follow these timelines may result in not having your announcement, entry lists, and/or schedules posted on the SCNO website. Announcement Checklist Include a refund policy Birth certificates are not required to be submitted as part of the registration process for any invitational and interclub competitions in Northern Ontario. Skaters may be required to present proof of age in the form of a birth certificate to the competition registrar at the event. In the event of any changes to your announcement, it is important to put a footer saying as of or updated plus the date that the announcement was finalized. All logos used must be the most recent version, please verify your Skate Canada and Skate Canada Northern Ontario logos along with any other logos in your announcement. Revised: October 21,

3 Part B - FREE SKATE EVENTS (STARSkate) All skaters must be registered in the STARSkate Program. Skaters who have completed Stage 6 of the CanSkate program are eligible for these events. Skaters who have registered and/or competed at the 2016 Sectional Championships (held in October 2015) must compete in Competitive Events for the remainder of the skating season. Skaters may skate up one category. All categories may be divided by age. All categories have the program time listed that will be used for the 2016 qualifying event for the Skate Ontario Championships. Competition organizers may change the program times by 30 seconds to allow skaters to skate up a category. Competitive singles test equivalencies in the events: Juvenile Competitive Singles Test = Junior Silver Free Skating Test Pre-Novice Competitive Singles Test = Senior Silver Free Skating Test Novice, Junior or Senior Competitive Singles Test = Gold Free Skating Test STAR 1 Element Assessment TEST REQUIREMENTS: May not have passed any part of the Senior Bronze Free Skating Test (Geared to those skaters who have not mastered more than 3 singles jumps). Elements scored to standard (Merit, Bronze, Silver, or Gold); may be grouped by age. 8 Elements 1. Circle Stroking Exercise: Stroking in same direction on a circle starting at a standstill. 1 round forward, 1 round backward. (Draw for direction) 2. Three Jumps a. Waltz Jump b. Single Salchow c. Single Toe Loop 3. Two Spins a. Forward Upright Spin b. Backward Upright Spin 4. Forward Spiral Circles: Two spirals, one on each foot executed on a circle in the same direction. Skater chooses direction. 5. Creative Expression Routine: 30 seconds music provided by the Section, selection randomly chosen at competition each flight to have a different music selection assessed as completed only STAR 2 Compulsory Assessment Program TEST REQUIREMENTS: May not have passed any part of the Senior Bronze Free Skating Test (Geared to those skaters who have not mastered more than 5 different singles jumps). SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: One free program of 2.0 in length (+/- 10 seconds); vocals not permitted. Individual elements plus Skating Skills and Performance/Execution (emphasis on Carriage/Line/Form) components scored to standard (Merit, Bronze, Silver, or Gold); may be grouped by age. 9 Elements 1. Five jump elements a. Single Salchow b. Single Toe Loop c. Waltz Jump + Single Toe Loop Combination Revised: October 21,

4 d. Single Loop e. Single Flip or Single Lutz 2. Two Spins a. Backward Upright Spin b. Forward entry Sit Spin or Camel Spin with no change of foot, no flying entry, no variations of positions. A Forward Upright Spin is not permitted. 3. Forward Spiral Sequence: A sequence of two forward spirals with no more than 8 steps in between; one spiral on each foot, unsupported position; on either inside or outside edge. Each spiral must be held for a minimum of three seconds. 4. Forward Turn Sequence: Forward outside three turn + backward crosscut + backward inside choctaw (i.e. stepforward); repeated four times. STAR 3 Free Skating Program TEST REQUIREMENTS: May not have passed any part of the Senior Bronze Free Skating Test (Geared to those skaters who have not yet mastered double jumps). SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: One free program of 2.0 in length (+/- 10 seconds); vocals not permitted. Individual elements plus Skating Skills, Performance/Execution, and Interpretation components scored to standard (Merit, Bronze, Silver, or Gold); skaters may be grouped by age. 8 Elements 1. Five jump elements a. All single jumps permitted including single Axel. No double jumps permitted. b. Must include at least one Axel type jump (waltz or single Axel). c. Must include at least five different types of single jumps (note: waltz and Axel are considered the same type). d. Must include a single loop + single loop combination. e. Maximum one additional jump combination. Jump combinations may not include more than two jumps. f. Jump Sequences are not permitted. g. No jump may be included more than twice. If a jump is repeated, it must be in combination. 2. Two Spins a. Backward Upright Spin. b. Combination Spin that must include at least one camel and one sit position and commence with a forward entry. No flying entry, no variations of positions. Change of foot optional. 3. Forward Spiral Sequence: A sequence of two forward spirals with no more than four steps in between; one spiral on each foot, unsupported position; on either inside or outside edge. Each spiral must be held for a minimum of three seconds. STAR 4 Free Skating Program TEST REQUIREMENTS: May not have passed any part of the Senior Bronze Free Skating Test. (Geared to those skaters who have not yet mastered double jumps). SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: One free program of 2.0 in length (+/- 10 seconds); vocals not permitted. Individual elements plus Skating Skills, Performance/Execution, and Interpretation components scored to standard (Merit, Bronze, Silver, or Gold) and ranked within their group based on their assessment; three age categories: U10, U13 and 13&O 8 Elements 1. Five jump elements a. All single jumps permitted including single Axel*. No double jumps permitted. b. Must include at least one Axel type jump (waltz or single Axel). c. Must include at least five different types of single jumps (note: waltz and Axel are considered the same type). Revised: October 21,

5 d. Must include a single loop + single loop combination. e. Maximum one additional jump combination. Jump combinations may not include more than two jumps. f. Jump Sequences are not permitted. g. No jump may be included more than twice. If a jump is repeated, it must be in combination. *Single Axels (1A) that are completed with full rotation or lacking between ¼ and ½ rotation (<) will receive a bonus of 3.0 points in STAR 4. This bonus will apply even if the element has any quality errors (i.e. fall) so long as the rotation requirement has been met. A maximum of 2 bonuses are applied per program. 2. Two Spins a. Backward Upright spin. b. Combination Spin that must include at least one camel and one sit position and commence with a forward entry. No flying entry, no variations of positions. Change of foot optional. 3. Forward Spiral Sequence: A sequence of two forward spirals with no more than four steps in between; one spiral on each foot, unsupported position; on either inside or outside edge. Each spiral must be held for a minimum of three seconds. STAR 5 Free Skating Program TEST REQUIREMENTS: May not have passed any part of the Junior Silver Free Skating Test. (Geared to those skaters who are working on double jumps but not yet ready for Pre-Juvenile or Senior Bronze). Three age categories: U10, U13, and 13 & O. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: One free program of 2.0 in length (+/- 10 seconds); vocals not permitted. STAR 5 will be scored using CPC and skaters will be ranked. Four components will be scored: Skating Skills, Transitions, Performance/Execution and Interpretation. Spins will be called no higher than Level B. 8 Elements 1. Maximum five jump elements a. Maximum two double jumps. Double jumps cannot be included in combinations and cannot be repeated. b. Must include at least one Axel type jump (waltz or single Axel). c. Maximum two jump combinations. Jump combinations may not include more than two jumps. d. Jump Sequences are not permitted. e. If a jump is repeated it must be in combination. No jump may be included more than twice. 2. Maximum two spins a. One Sit Spin or Camel Spin. Flying entry optional; no change of foot, no variations of positions. b. One Combination Spin. No flying entry and no variations of positions; change of foot optional. All three basic positions must be attempted. All three basic positions must be attempted. 3. Forward Spiral Sequence: A sequence of two forward spirals with no more than four steps in between; one spiral on each foot, unsupported position; on either inside or outside edge. Each spiral must be held for a minimum of three seconds. SENIOR BRONZE FREE SKATE TEST REQUIREMENTS: May have passed the Senior Bronze Free Skate test but no higher complete free skate test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: One free program of 2:30 minutes in length (+/- 10 seconds) 1. Maximum five jump elements a. All single and double jumps permitted except double Axel. b. Must include at least one Axel type jump (waltz or single Axel). c. Maximum two combinations or sequences. Jump combinations may contain no more than two jumps. d. No jump included more than twice and if a jump is repeated it must be in a combination or sequence. 2. Maximum of two spins. All spins shall be called no higher than Level B. Revised: October 21,

6 a. One spin must be a combination spin, change of foot mandatory. Spin may only contain basic spin positions. Difficult variations may be attempted. No flying entry. b. One spin with only one position with no change of foot. Spin may only contain basic spin positions. No difficult variations may be attempted. Flying entry optional. 3. Maximum one step sequence or one spiral sequence. Spiral sequence shall be called no higher than Level B. JUNIOR SILVER FREE SKATE TEST REQUIREMENTS: May have passed the Junior Silver Free Skate test but no higher complete free skate test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: One free program of 3:00 minutes in length (+/- 10 seconds) 1. Maximum six jump elements. a. All jumps permitted. b. Must include at least one Axel type jump (waltz or Axel type). c. Maximum three combinations or sequences. Jump combinations may contain no more than two jumps. d. No jump included more than twice and if a jump is repeated it must be in combination or sequence. 2. Maximum of three spins. All spins shall be called no higher than Level B. a. One spin must be a combination, change of foot mandatory. b. One spin must be a flying spin one position with no change of foot. c. One spin of any nature. 3. Maximum one step sequence, spiral sequence or choreographic sequence. All called no higher than Level B. Note: The first step sequence, spiral sequence or choreographic sequence included in the program which meets the minimum requirements to be identified will be counted. SENIOR SILVER FREE SKATE TEST REQUIREMENTS: May have passed the Senior Silver Free Skate test but no higher complete free skate test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: One free program of 3:00 minutes in length (+/- 10 seconds) 1. Maximum six jump elements. a. All jumps permitted. b. Must include at least one Axel type jump (waltz or Axel type). c. Maximum three combinations or sequences. Jump combinations may contain no more than two jumps. d. No jump included more than twice. Repeated jumps must be in combination or sequence. 2. Maximum of three spins. a. One spin must be a combination, change of foot mandatory. b. One spin must be a flying spin in one position with no change of foot. c. One spin of any nature. 3. Maximum one step sequence, spiral sequence or choreographic sequence. Note: The first step sequence, spiral sequence or choreographic sequence included in the program which meets the minimum requirements to be identified will be counted. Revised: October 21,

7 GOLD FREE SKATE TEST REQUIREMENTS: May have passed the Gold Free Skate test SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: One free program of 3:00 or 3:30 minutes in length (+/- 10 seconds) Women One free program of 3:30 or 4:00 minutes in length (+/- 10 seconds) Men 1. Maximum six (women) / seven (men) jump elements. a. All jumps permitted b. Must include at least one Axel type jump (waltz or Axel type) c. Maximum three combinations or sequences. Jump combinations may contain no more than two jumps. d. No jump included more than twice and if a jump is repeated it must be in combination or sequence. Note: One additional jump may be included if it is an attempted double Axel or any attempted triple. 2. Maximum three spins a. One spin must be a combination, change of foot mandatory b. One spin must be a flying spin in one position with no change of foot. c. One spin of any nature 3. Maximum one step sequence, spiral sequence, or choreographic sequence. Note: The first step sequence, spiral sequence or choreographic sequence included in the program which meets the minimum requirements to be identified will be counted. Please refer to the STARSkate Pre-Event Technical Package for description of elements and definition of terms. OPEN FREE SKATE Open to all skaters who have registered and/or competed at the 2016 Sectional qualifying event (October 2015) or skaters who have passed their Gold Free Skate Test. Revised: October 21,

8 Part C- SKATING SKILLS EVENTS This event is open to any registered Skate Canada member who meets the test prerequisite for the event. PRE-PRELIMINARY SKATING SKILLS TEST REQUIREMENTS: Must not have passed the Preliminary Skating Skills test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT Preliminary Waltzing Threes Forward Preliminary Circles draw for one foot and edge PRELIMINARY SKATING SKILLS TEST REQUIREMENTS: Must have passed the Preliminary Skating Skills test, but not the Junior Bronze Skating Skills test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT Threes and Power Mohawks Junior Bronze Power Circles JUNIOR BRONZE SKATING SKILLS TEST REQUIREMENTS: Must have passed the Junior Bronze Skating Skills test but not the Senior Bronze Skating Skills test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT Forward Brackets Senior Bronze Power Circles SENIOR BRONZE SKATING SKILLS TEST REQUIREMENTS: Must have passed the Senior Bronze Skating Skills but not the Junior Silver Skating Skills test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT Multi Turns and Power Threes Flying Choctaws JUNIOR SILVER SKATING SKILLS TEST REQUIREMENTS: Must have passed the Junior Silver Skating Skills test but not the Senior Silver Skating Skills test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT Rockers and Choctaws Multi-Circle Threes SENIOR SILVER SKATING SKILLS TEST REQUIREMENTS: Must have passed the Senior Silver Skating Skills test but not the Gold Skating Skills test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT Counters and Three Change Threes Multi-Circle Double Threes and Mohawks GOLD SKATING SKILLS TEST REQUIREMENTS: Must have passed the Gold Skating Skills test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT One skating skills exercise shall be skated from the Gold test (drawn) Gold creative (see creative skating skill section for requirements) NOTE: Musicality/pacing is no longer assessed in tests or standard skating skills exercises in competition. No music will be played. The exception to this is for Creative Skating Skills events where music will still be used and musicality assessed. Revised: October 21,

9 Part D- CREATIVE SKATING SKILLS EVENTS Background Creative Skating Skills are an opportunity for skaters to perform varying steps, turns, and field movements set to music. The focus is on the execution of the steps, turns and field movements in different combinations and sequences in patterns on the ice. Program requirements and Event procedures Programs requirements are as follows: Program length is 2 minutes maximum (all levels) Music: Music must have a minimum tempo of 112 beats per minute There must be a clear rhythmic beat One to three selections of music may be used. Vocals are permitted Three step sequences are required to be performed in the program: Straight Line, Circular, and Serpentine. The requirements for each step sequence are as follows: Level Straight Line Circular & Serpentine Bronze Silver Gold Step sequence must include a series of three or more loops. Step sequence must include two twizzles on one foot with up to one foot with up to one step in between. No stop(s) allowed before and/or between twizzles. One of the circular or serpentine step sequences must be predominantly field moves. The other of the circular or serpentine (that which is not field moves) must have a series of required turns (depending on level) as follows: BRONZE: multiple three-turns and brackets. SILVER/GOLD: counter and rocker turns. Basic content guidelines are as follows: Content Requirements Designated Shapes and Transitions More than one example of each shape may be included provided that the music time does not exceed two minutes. Additional shapes are only permitted after the execution of the required step sequences. Additional shapes will only be considered in the Transitions score. May include one stop not exceeding five seconds. Inclusion of recognizable skating skills exercise components such as changes of edge, multidirectional skating, difficult steps, turns, and field movements will be rewarded. Speed should match the type of element or step. Difficulty of steps + speed + control of execution is the most important combination of skills demonstrated. Small hops, toe steps and small jumps of no more than half rotation are permitted. Spinning movements of more than two rotations are not permitted. Excessive skating on two feet is considered as an inability to skate and will be penalized. Straight Line Must cover at least ¾ of the ice surface in the designated pattern. Step sequences that are too short or barely visible will not be identified or receive points. Shape commences at any place of the short barrier and goes to any place of the opposite short barrier keeping the approximate shape of the straight line. Loops: must be between the start and finish of the step sequence. Series must contain at least three loops. Revised: October 21,

10 Twizzles: must be between the start and finish of the step sequence. Must contain at least two twizzles on one foot with up to one step in between. Stops are not allowed before and/or between the twizzles. Circular Must cover at least ¾ of the ice surface in the designated pattern. Step sequences that are too short or barely visible will not be identified or receive points. May be circle or oval in shape but must cover the width of the ice. Serpentine Must cover at least ¾ of the ice surface in the designated pattern. Step sequences that are too short or barely visible will not be identified or receive points. Must have at least two bold curves of not less than ½ the width of the ice, moving from one end of the ice to the other (length). Field Moves (Circular or Serpentine) Must cover at least ¾ of the ice surface in the designated pattern. Step sequences that are too short or barely visible will not be identified or receive points. Each position must be held for at least two seconds to be counted and there must be at least two different types of positions (i.e. spiral, spread eagle, Ina Bauer, etc.) and at least three field movements in total included in the sequence. Each position must be held for at least two seconds in order to be counted. Variations of position within the same field movement do not meet the requirements for this element. (Example: a skater that executes 3 different spiral positions with variations has not included at least two different types of field movement positions and has therefore not met the minimum requirements for this element.) Revised: October 21,

11 Part E - INTERPRETIVE EVENTS This event is open to all skaters who meet the test prerequisite for the event. For the marking of this event, please refer to the Skate Canada Supplementary STARSkate Events Program Requirements and CPC Event Procedures Background Interpretive programs are designed by the skaters and/or coach and focus on the skater s ability to interpret music to create a clear mood/theme or create a story through skating movement. A variety of skating moves should be selected for their value in enhancing the skater s interpretation of the music rather than for their technical difficulty. Movements should not be merely a collection of pleasing or spectacular moves assembled to popular music for the purpose of entertaining an audience (exhibition/show program). Costumes should be simple and modest to enhance the interpretation and should not be theatrical in nature. Props of any kind are not permitted. Program Requirements and Event Procedures Level Pre-Introductory Introductory Bronze Silver Gold Competition format Assessed to Standard CPC Judging Program and test requirements for each level of competition are as follows: Single events Test Prerequisite Program Time Pre-Introductory Interpretive Singles Introductory Interpretive Singles Bronze Interpretive Singles Silver Interpretive Singles Gold Interpretive Singles Must not have passed any Skate Canada Interpretive skating test Must have passed the Introductory Interpretive Singles test but no higher Must have passed the Bronze Interpretive Singles test but no higher Must have passed the Silver Interpretive Singles test but no higher Must have passed the Gold Interpretive Singles test One interpretive program maximum of 2:00 minutes in length One interpretive program maximum of 3:00 minutes in length Couples events Test Prerequisite Program Time Pre-Introductory Interpretive Couples Both skaters must not have passed any Skate Canada Interpretive skating test One interpretive program maximum of 2:00 minutes in Revised: October 21,

12 Introductory Interpretive Couples Bronze Interpretive Couples Silver Interpretive Couples Gold Interpretive Couples At least one skater must have passed the Introductory Interpretive Singles test but no higher At least one skater must have passed the Bronze Interpretive Singles test but no higher At least one skater must have passed the Silver Interpretive Singles test but no higher At least one skater must have passed the Gold Interpretive Singles test length One interpretive program maximum of 3:00 minutes in length Assessment to Standard The panel shall be composed of three judges, one of which will be designated as the Referee. The panel will assess each program in each of the five Program Components: Skating Skills, Transitions, Performance/Execution, Choreography, and Interpretation. CPC Judging The panel shall be composed of a minimum three to a maximum of five judges, one of which will be designated as the Referee. Judges are responsible for the assignment of each of the five Program Components for every competitor. Revised: October 21,

13 Part F- TRIATHLON EVENTS Entrants must register to compete in the highest Triathlon level that their test qualifications qualify them for. If a skater meets the test requirements for any two disciplines they must compete at that level. For example: a skater who has passed the Senior Silver Skating Skills, Bronze Interpretive and Senior Silver Free Skate must compete in the Silver Triathlon and cannot skate in Bronze Triathlon. NOTE: Events to be skated in the order listed and not all on the same day. BRONZE TRIATHLON TEST REQUIREMENTS: Must have passed at least two of the following tests: Junior Silver Free Skate test, and/or Junior Silver Skating Skills test, and/or Bronze Interpretive Test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: The Bronze Triathlon shall consist of three parts: One Bronze Creative Skating Skills Exercise (2.0 minutes maximum in length) One Bronze Interpretive program (3.0 minutes maximum in length) One Free Skating program as per the Junior Silver well balance program requirements (3.0 minutes +/- 10 seconds) SILVER TRIATHLON TEST REQUIREMENTS: Must have passed at least two of the following tests: Senior Silver Free Skate test, and/or Senior Silver Skating Skills test, and/or Silver Interpretive Test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: The Silver Triathlon shall consist of three parts: One Silver Creative Skating Skills Exercise 2.0 minutes maximum in length) One Silver Interpretive program (3.0 minutes maximum in length) One Free Skating program as per the Senior Silver well balance program requirements (3.0 minutes +/- 10 seconds) GOLD TRIATHLON TEST REQUIREMENTS: Must have passed at least two of the following tests: Gold Free Skate test, and/or Gold Skating Skills test and/or Gold Interpretive test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: The Gold Triathlon shall consist of three parts: One Gold Skating Skills Creative Exercise (2.0 minutes maximum in length) One Gold Interpretive program (3.0 minutes maximum in length) One Free Skate program as per the Gold well balance program requirements (3.0 or 3.5 minutes ladies or 3.5 or 4.0 minutes men (+/- 10 seconds) Revised: October 21,

14 Part G - DANCE EVENTS Pattern Dance - Couples (STARSkate) Dances are to be skated in the order listed. The number of dance sequences (patterns) to be skated is consistent with the evaluated test requirements. Please refer to the Skate Canada Technical Handbook Figure Skating Terms Defined 3.15 (2). Dances listed are per Skate Canada Pattern Dance Draw. Dance teams may be composed of two females, one female and one male or two males. Competitors may enter only one pattern dance event. JUNIOR BRONZE DANCE TEST REQUIREMENTS: At least one partner must have passed the complete Junior Bronze Dance test and not the complete Senior Bronze Dance test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: Canasta Tango (2 sequences) Swing Dance (2 sequences) SENIOR BRONZE DANCE TEST REQUIREMENTS: At least one partner must have passed the complete Senior Bronze Dance test and not the complete Junior Silver Dance test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: Willow Waltz (2 sequences) Fourteenstep (3 sequences) JUNIOR SILVER DANCE TEST REQUIREMENTS: At least one partner must have passed the complete Junior Silver Dance test and not the complete Senior Silver Dance test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: Ten Fox (2 sequences) Harris Tango (2 sequences) SENIOR SILVER DANCE TEST REQUIREMENTS: At least one partner must have passed the complete Senior Silver Dance test and not the complete Gold Dance test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: Rocker Foxtrot (3 sequences) Kilian (4 sequences) GOLD DANCE TEST REQUIREMENTS: At least one partner must have passed the complete Gold Dance test and not the complete Diamond Dance test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: Blues (2 sequences) Quickstep (3 sequences) DIAMOND DANCE TEST REQUIREMENTS: At least one partner must have passed the complete Diamond Dance test. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: Argentine Tango (2 sequences) Ravensburger Waltz (2 sequences) Revised: October 21,

15 Part H- ELEMENTS EVENTS Background Element events are an opportunity for skaters to perform free skate elements in a competition format without the constraints of a performance or musical interpretation associated with the use of music. Skaters are able to focus on proper technique and quality while challenging themselves to attempt more difficult elements. Program requirements and Event procedures Element events consist of progressive levels beginning at STAR 2 up to Gold. STAR 2 and 3 will be conducted in an Assessment to Standard format. STAR 4 and higher events will be conducted in an Assessment to Standard with ranking format. Entry for Element events is consistent with Free Skate events and skaters may skate up one level if they choose. Each skater will perform 4 elements in isolation in the order listed for their level of competition. Each element may only be attempted once. STAR 2 to Senior Bronze events will use half ice to perform their elements. Junior Silver to Gold events will use full ice. All spin elements will be assessed as Base Level regardless of content. The elements to be skated are as follows: Element 1 Element 2 Element 3 Element 4 STAR 2 Loop Jump Waltz/Toe-Loop Combination Backward Upright Spin Forward Spiral Sequence* STAR 3 Flip Jump Loop/Loop Combination Combination Spin* Forward Spiral Sequence* STAR 4 Axel Lutz/Loop Combination Combination Spin* Forward Spiral Sequence* STAR 5 Axel Jump Combination* Combination Spin* Spiral Sequence* Senior Bronze Axel Any Double Jump Flying Spin* Spiral Sequence* Junior Silver Any Double Jump Jump Combination* One Position Spin Spiral Sequence* Senior Silver Any Double Jump (Double Loop or higher) Jump Combination* Flying Spin* Bonus Element* Gold Any Double Jump (Double Flip or higher) Jump Combination* Flying Combination Spin* Bonus Element* Open Any Double Jump Jump Combination* Flying Spin* Bonus Element* *See accompanying table for element requirements ** The Open category may be used if there are not sufficient numbers to run Senior Bronze and above categories. Revised: October 21,

16 The following table outlines the requirement for elements to be executed for each level: Element Level Requirements Forward Spiral Sequence Forward Spiral Sequence Spiral Sequence STAR 2 STAR 3 & 4 STAR 5 to Junior Silver Two forward spirals, one on each foot performed on either an outside or inside edge. No more than eight steps between. Both spirals must be unassisted. Two forward spirals, one on each foot performed on either an outside or inside edges. No more than four steps between. Both spirals must be unassisted. At least two spirals, one on each foot. No more than four steps between. At least one spiral must be unsupported. Combination Spin STAR 3-5 Must include at least one camel position and one sit position and may include change of foot. Forward entry only. No flying entry or difficult variations. Flying Spin Senior Bronze, Open One position and no change of foot Senior Silver One position, may include change of foot. Jump Combination STAR 5, Open Two jumps. May include a double. Junior Silver Senior Silver Gold Two jumps. Second jump must be a double. Two jumps. Both must be doubles. Spin in One Position Junior Silver No flying entry or change of foot. Minimum of 5 revolutions in position. Flying Combination Spin Bonus Element Gold Senior Silver to Gold, Open Spin must commence with flying entry and must include one change of foot. Any jump or spin element not already performed. Assessment to Standard The panel shall be composed of three judges, one of which will be designated as the Referee. The panel will assess each element performed and assign the corresponding performance rating. Revised: October 21,

17 Part I - LTAD JUMP EVENT Category A All skaters who have passed the complete Senior Bronze Free Skating test, but no higher than the complete Junior Silver Free Skating test. Skaters must not have passed a Competitive Singles test. Category B All skaters who have passed the complete Junior Silver Free Skating test (but no higher complete free skating test) OR passed the Juvenile Singles test but no higher than the Pre-Novice Singles test. Category C All skaters who have passed the complete Senior Silver Free Skating test (but no higher complete free skating test OR passed the Pre-novice Singles test but no higher than the Novice Singles test. Category D All skaters who have passed the Gold Free Skating test OR passed Novice Singles test but no higher than the Junior Singles test. Category E All skaters who have passed the Junior or Senior Singles test. Category E may be split into EI (Junior) and EII (Senior) where appropriate. Note: Skaters cannot compete in a category lower than the level competed in the immediately preceding Sectional Championships where Category B = Juvenile; Category C = Pre-Novice; Category D = Novice. Please refer to the Skate Canada LTAD Jump Event Technical Package for more information. ( Revised: October 21,

18 Part J - PAIRS EVENT (STARSkate) The pair must be composed of a man and a woman. OPEN PAIR TEST REQUIREMENTS: Each partner must have passed at least the Preliminary Free Skate test. There are no other test restrictions. SPECIFICATIONS FOR EVENT: One free program of 2:30 minutes (+/- 10 seconds) in length. All solo spins, pair spins, spiral figures or death spirals and step/spiral sequences shall be called no higher than Level B regardless of content. Maximum of one throw jump Two solo jumps (one may be in combination) Maximum of one pair spin (one position and no change of foot) Maximum of one solo spin (may be in combination) Maximum of one spiral figure or death spiral Maximum of one step sequence (straight line, circular or serpentine) or spiral sequence All solo spins, pair spins, spiral figures or death spiral and spiral sequences shall be called no higher than Level B. Revised: October 21,

19 Part K SOLO PATTERN DANCE EVENTS Background Solo Pattern Dances are an opportunity for skaters to perform Pattern Dances in competition individually. Program requirements and Event procedures Events will consist of two pattern dances that are drawn and announced by Skate Canada annually. Skaters will perform the number of sequences consistent with the minimum number required for evaluated tests. Event Test Prerequisite Dance 1 Dance 2 STAR 3 Must have passed the complete Preliminary Dance Test and not the complete Junior Bronze Dance Test Baby Blues (2 sequences) Fiesta Tango (2 sequences) Junior Bronze Must have passed the complete Junior Bronze Dance Test and not the complete Senior Bronze Dance Test. Swing Dance (2 sequences) Ten-Fox (2 sequences) Senior Bronze Must have passed the complete Senior Bronze Dance Test and not the complete Junior Silver Dance Test. Fourteenstep (3 sequences) Foxtrot (2 sequences) Junior Silver Must have passed the complete Junior Silver Dance Test and not the complete Senior Silver Dance Test. Rocker Foxtrot (3 sequences) Starlight Waltz (2 sequences) Senior Silver Must have passed the complete Senior Silver Dance Test and not the complete Gold Dance Test. Blues (2 sequences) Westminster Waltz (2 sequences) Gold Must have passed the complete Gold Dance Test and not the complete Diamond Dance Test. Quickstep (3 sequences) Rhumba (3 sequences) Diamond Must have passed the complete Diamond Dance Test. Rhumba (3 sequences) Ravensburger Waltz (2 sequences) CPC Judging The panel shall be composed of a minimum of three to a maximum of five judges, one of which will be designated as the Referee. Judges are responsible for the assignment GOE s for each segment of sequences in the dances performed. Judges are also responsible for the assignment of four Program Components (Skating Skills, Performance/Execution, Interpretation, and Timing) for every competitor. Revised: October 21,

20 Part L- TEAM ELEMENTS EVENTS Background Team Element events are an opportunity for groups of skaters to perform together in a fun atmosphere. Skaters each perform a free skate element to contribute to an overall team assessment. Program requirements and Event procedures Team Element events consist of progressive levels beginning at STAR 2 up to Gold. STAR 2 and STAR 3 will be conducted in an Assessment to Standard format. STAR 4 and higher events will be conducted in an Assessment to Standard with ranking format. Entry for Team Element events is consistent with Free Skate events and teams may skate up one level if they choose. Team Elements will perform the same elements as listed in the Element events. Teams must be comprised of 2 to 4 skaters. More than 50% of the team must have passed the required test for entry (i.e. 2 of 3 or 3 of 4). Each skater will perform one element. If a team consists of less than 4 skaters, no skater may perform more than two elements. Elements will be skated in the order listed. The first element will be performed by every team in the event before the second element is performed, and so on. Each element may only be attempted once. All spin elements will be assessed as Base Level regardless of content. The elements to be skated are as follows: Element 1 Element 2 Element 3 Element 4 STAR 2 Loop Jump Waltz/Toe-Loop Combination Backward Upright Spin Forward Spiral Sequence* STAR 3 Flip Jump Loop/Loop Combination Combination Spin* Forward Spiral Sequence* STAR 4 Axel Lutz/Loop Combination Combination Spin* Forward Spiral Sequence* STAR 5 Axel Jump Combination* Combination Spin* Spiral Sequence* Senior Bronze Axel Any Double Jump Flying Spin* Spiral Sequence* Junior Silver Any Double Jump Jump Combination* One Position Spin Spiral Sequence* Senior Silver Any Double Jump (Double Loop or higher) Jump Combination* Flying Spin* Bonus Element* Gold Any Double Jump (Double Flip or higher) Jump Combination* Flying Combination Spin* Bonus Element* Open Any Double Jump Jump Combination* Flying Spin* Bonus Element* *See accompanying table for element requirements ** The Open category may be used if there are not sufficient numbers to run Senior Bronze and above categories. Revised: October 21,

21 The following table outlines the requirement for elements to be executed for each level: Element Level Requirements Forward Spiral Sequence Forward Spiral Sequence Spiral Sequence STAR 2 STAR 3 & 4 STAR 5 to Junior Silver Two forward spirals, one on each foot performed on either an outside or inside edge. No more than eight steps between. Both spirals must be unassisted. Two forward spirals, one on each foot performed on either an outside or inside edges. No more than four steps between. Both spirals must be unassisted. At least two spirals, one on each foot. No more than four steps between. At least one spiral must be unsupported. Combination Spin STAR 3-5 Must include at least one camel position and one sit position and may include change of foot. Forward entry only. No flying entry or difficult variations. Flying Spin Senior Bronze, Open One position and no change of foot Senior Silver One position, may include change of foot. Jump Combination STAR 5, Open Two jumps. May include a double. Junior Silver Senior Silver Gold Two jumps. Second jump must be a double. Two jumps. Both must be doubles. Spin in One Position Junior Silver No flying entry or change of foot. Minimum of 5 revolutions in position. Flying Combination Spin Bonus Element Gold Senior Silver to Gold, Open Spin must commence with flying entry and must include one change of foot. Any jump or spin element not already performed. Assessment to Standard The panel shall be composed of three judges, one of which will be designated as the Referee. The panel will assess each element performed and assign the corresponding performance rating. Revised: October 21,

22 Part M- Creative Improv Background Creative Improv programs are designed only by the skater with minimal preparation. Creative Improv tests the skater s ability to quickly interpret a given piece of music and entertain the audience. Program requirements and Event procedures Creative Improv programs are offered in a singles format and are designed only by the skater with minimal preparation. There is no coaching permitted for these events. Level Creative Improv 1 Creative Improv 2 Creative Improv 3 Creative Improv 4 Competition format Assessed to Standard CPC Judging Program length and test requirements for each level of competition are as follows: Event Test Prerequisite Program Time Creative Improv 1 Creative Improv 2 Creative Improv 3 Creative Improv 4 Skaters may have passed the complete Preliminary Free Skate test but no higher complete test Skaters may have passed the complete Junior Bronze Free Skate but no higher than the complete Senior Bronze Free Skate test Skaters may have passed the complete Senior Bronze Free Skate test but no higher than the complete Junior Silver Free Skate test Skaters may have passed the complete Junior Silver Free Skate test or higher One program maximum of 45 seconds in length One program maximum of 45 seconds in length One program maximum of 1:00 minute in length One program maximum of 1:00 minute in length Program content requirements and event procedures for all levels are as follows: All the skaters in a given flight for an event are presented with a pre selected piece of music by the Technical Representative prior to the warm up. All skaters in the flight for that event will perform to the same musical selection. Skaters will listen to the music twice off ice in a designated area (i.e. dressing room) and once on ice during the warm up period. Skaters are then kept in a soundproof dressing room until it is their turn to perform. Revised: October 21,

23 Simple skating attire is required. All singles jumps are permitted. Jumps of any higher rotation will be subject to an illegal element violation if included. Assessment to Standard The panel shall be composed of three judges, one of which will be designated as the Referee. The panel will assess each program in three Program Components: Skating Skills, Performance/Execution, and Interpretation. CPC Judging The panel shall be composed of a minimum three to a maximum of five judges, one of which will be designated as the Referee. Judges are responsible for the assignment of three Program Components (Skating Skills, Performance/Execution, and Interpretation) for every competitor. Revised: October 21,

24 Part N- Showcase Background Showcase programs are designed by the skaters and/or coach and focus on the skater s ability to entertain an audience through use of theatrics or artistic abilities. Programs may tell a story, create a mood or have an obvious theme. Costumes and props are permitted within the restrictions. Creative Showcase programs are designed only by the skater with minimal preparation. Creative Showcase tests the skater s ability to quickly interpret a given piece of music and entertain the audience. Showcase Program requirements and Event procedures Showcase events consist of four levels of competition and may be offered in Singles, Group or Production events. Level Competition format Showcase 1 Showcase 2 Showcase 3 Showcase 4 Assessed to Standard CPC Judging Number of Skaters Showcase event 1 Individual Showcase 2-6 Group Showcase 7 or more Production Showcase Program and test requirements for each level of competition are as follows: Events Test Prerequisite Program Time Showcase 1 Showcase 2 Skaters may have passed the complete Preliminary Free Skate test but no higher complete test Skaters may have passed the complete Junior Bronze Free Skate but no higher than the complete Senior Bronze Free Skate test One program maximum of 1:00 minutes in length One program maximum of 1:30 minutes in length Showcase 3 Skaters may have passed the complete Senior Bronze Free Skate test but no higher than the complete Junior Silver Free Skate test One program maximum of 2:00 minutes in length Revised: October 21,

25 Showcase 4 Skaters may have passed the complete Junior Silver Free Skate test or higher One program maximum of 2:30 minutes in length Program content requirements and event procedures for all levels are as follows: Theatrical costumes and hand props are permitted. Feathers and boas of any type are not permitted. Vocal music is permitted. A maximum of 1 minute will be permitted prior to each performance for the skater(s) to warm up and set up any props as necessary. All single jumps are permitted. Jumps of any higher rotation will be subject to an illegal element violation if included. Group and/or Production events: Group routines must have between two and six skaters. All participants must wear skates. Production routines must have seven or more skaters. All participants must wear skates. Program should not resemble a Synchronized Skating program. Use of team formations and maneuvers should be limited. Lifts and throws of any kind are not permitted. Inclusion of such elements will be subject to an illegal element violation. Assessment to Standard The panel shall be composed of three judges, one of which will be designated as the Referee. The panel will assess each program in three Program Components: Skating Skills, Performance/Execution, and Interpretation. CPC Judging The panel shall be composed of a minimum three to a maximum of five judges, one of which will be designated as the Referee. Judges are responsible for the assignment of three Program Components (Skating Skills, Performance/Execution, and Interpretation) for every competitor. Revised: October 21,

26 Skater s Name Partner s Name (if applicable) PUBLICITY WAIVER The competitor hereby acknowledges and consents to the fact that the [INSERT COMPETITION NAME] may be broadcast either in whole or in part for showing on a worldwide basis. The undersigned athlete hereby consents to the use of his or her performances, name, biography and likeness on or in connection with any television or radio program, video/dvd, web streaming, web archiving, print media or the advertising and publicizing of such program as may be designated by Skate Canada and waives all rights to remuneration or otherwise in connection with the above. The foregoing is subject to assurance that the eligible status of the competitor will be fully protected by Skate Canada Northern Ontario. LIABILITY WAIVER It is understood and agreed that Skate Canada, Skate Canada-Northern Ontario or the Local Organizing Committee shall not be liable for injury or loss occasioned by the Athlete while traveling to or from or during the [INSERT COMPETITION NAME] nor shall Skate Canada, Skate Canada-Northern Ontario or the Local Organizing Committee be responsible for any damages or losses caused by the Athlete during the same time. The Athlete and/or Athlete s parent(s)/legal guardian agrees to indemnify Skate Canada, Skate Canada-Northern Ontario and the Local Organizing Committee and hold it harmless from any claims or demands in respect of such loss or damage. CALCULATION OF RESULTS WAIVER The undersigned understands, acknowledges and agrees that there is a possibility of human error in the calculation and posting of results. Competitor Signature Date: Parent/Guardian Signature *To be signed by competitor and parent/guardian if athlete is under 18 years of age Date: Witness Signature Competitor s Signature Date: Signature of Parent/Guardian if Competitor is under 18 Years of Age Revised: October 21,

27 Concussion/Safe Return to Play Policy for Clubs Initial Response If a skater during a skating activity such as a practice (on or off the ice), training session, competition, camp or clinic sustains a direct or indirect force to the head and subsequently exhibits signs, symptoms and/or functional changes consistent with a concussion, he/she is to immediately stop participation in the activity and the individual responsible for the skater must take immediate action see chart below. Individual: Receives a blow to the head, face or neck, or a blow to the body that transmits a force to the head, and as a result may have suffered a concussion Conscious Unconscious Club Board Member/Coach: Remove participant from the activity immediately Club Board Member/Coach: Initiate emergency action plan or call 911 Club Board Member/Coach: Look for signs and symptoms of concussion Concussion Not Suspected Concussion Suspected Participant: May resume full participation in physical activity. Club Board Member/Coach: Transport participant to the hospital immediately. If applicable, contact parent/guardian to inform them of incident. Club Board Member/Coach: If applicable, contact parent/guardian to inform them of incident. Examination by medical doctor or nurse practitioner. Concussion Diagnosed No Concussion Diagnosed Adapted from Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport Concussion Guidelines Revised: October 21,

28 Symptoms and Signs of Concussion Thinking Problems Skater s Complaints Other Problems Does not know time, date, place, and location. General confusion Cannot remember things that happened before and after injury Knocked out Headaches Dizziness Feels dazed Feels dinged or stunned; having my bell rung Sees stars, flashing lights Ringing in ears Sleepiness Loss of vision Sees double or blurry Stomachache, stomach pain, nausea Parachute Canada Concussion Guidelines for Coaches & Trainers - Copyright Parachute 2013 Poor coordination or balance Blank stare/glassy eyed Vomiting Slurred speech Slow to answer questions or follow directions Easily distracted Poor concentration Strange or inappropriate emotions (i.e. laughing, crying, getting mad easily) Not playing a well Return to Play The skater should not return to any skating activity until the skater undergoes medical evaluation by a doctor and the skater receives written clearance to return to skating. A copy of the Return to Play form must be submitted to the Event Representative (Referee/Technical Representative or Seminar Coordinator.) After the skater has been evaluated and receives clearance to return to skating, the skater s return should involve a supervised step-wise/managed return-to-play plan. Revised: October 21,

29 RETURN TO PLAY Name of Skater is able to return to play following injuries sustained on Date Considerations /restrictions with respect to return to play: Name of Treating Physician Signature Date This information is strictly confidential and will only be used to assist in the skater s safe return to play. Disclaimer: Personal information used, disclosed, secured or retained will be held solely for the purposes for which we collected it and in accordance with our Privacy Policy. Revised: October 21,

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