The following are the domestic requirements for the 2019-2020 season. Changes are underlined. Pre-Juvenile max. 2:40 (5 elements) Intersection (pi optional) Pivoting Element – Block Traveling Element – Circle Linear Element – Line Rotating Element – Wheel Juvenile max. 3:10 (6 elements) Intersection (pi optional) No Hold Element (step sequence optional) Move Element Pivoting Element […]
The following ISU Communications contain important technical information related to Synchronized Skating competitions. ISU Communication 2236: ISU Well Balanced Program content for 2019-2020 season ISU Communication 2246: ISU Guidelines for 2019-2020 season 2019-2020 Referees, Judges and Technical Panel Deductions 2019-2020 Marking the GOE of Synchronized Skating Elements 2019-2020 Criteria Adjustments to the Grade of Execution […]
The following event resources for the 2019 Synchronized Skating Championships are now available: Event Announcement Event Schedule Registration Information Registration Steps Information Package Venue Map Video Order Form Transportation Information
Effective July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020 The National Team comprises those athletes who meet the following criteria: Top three in the senior singles, pairs and ice dance disciplines at the 2019 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships Assigned to a 2019 ISU Grand Prix event Competing in the 2019-2020 season Skate Canada has the […]
Selection of entries from Regional Synchronized Skating Championships to 2019 Synchronized Nationals Qualifying Rounds is as follows. Reference: Skate Canada Rule Book/Competitions Selection of Entries from RegionalsThe final result in each Regional event shall determine the competitors eligible to enter the equivalent National qualifying competition. [A] Novice, Intermediate, Open, Junior, and Senior: Teams that place […]
Please note that an update has been made to the 2018-2019 Synchronized Skating Technical Handbook. On page 4, the final sentence regarding the horizontal view for number of lines to start the No Hold Element has been removed.
The 2018-2019 Synchronized Skating Technical Handbook (Domestic Requirements) has been posted to the Skate Canada Info Centre under Guides. These are applicable to Pre-Juvenile through to Senior as well as Adult categories. Any questions or clarifications can be addressed via email to Mary Ellen McDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 18 2018 version of the 2018-2019 Synchronized Skating Technical Requirements document has been clarified on pages 6 and 7. Additional Information The Intermediate well-balanced program will follow the guidelines of the ISU Junior Free Program Illegal Elements, Features, Additional Features and Movements and Non-Permitted Elements, Features, Additional Features and Movements with the exception that […]
The ISU has replaced ISU Communication 2095 with ISU Communication 2190. Contents of Communication: Marking of GOE’s of Synchronized Skating Elements Referees, Judges and Technical Panel Deductions Judges – Adjustments to Grade of Execution (GOE) Judges – Program Component Criteria
Please see the following link for information regarding the 2018-2019 Synchronized Skating Technical Requirements Pre-Juvenile – Adult III: https://info.skatecanada.ca/index.php/en-ca/guides/268-2018-2019-synchronized-skating-technical-requirements.html