COMPETITION DETAILS

ATHLETES WILL TEST THEMSELVES IN SPEED, SKILL, AND STYLE TO EARN LEAGUE POINTS TO EARN PRIZES AND QUALIFY FOR FINALS

Divisions

  • Male + Female 7-12*
  • Male + Female 13-17*
  • Male 18+
  • Female 18+
  • Some competitions will have a for fun event for ages under 7
*Youth participants may compete in older divisions if they prefer
Age bracket determined at the beginning of the season (April 13th) and will stay in that bracket for the full season

EVENT FORMATS

SPEED

ATHLETES TEST THEIR ABILITY TO PLAN ROUTES AND EXECUTE WITH A SINGLE ATTEMPT TO RACE THE CLOCK ON MULTIPLE COURSES

  • Athletes will compete on either two or three courses for the fastest time
  • Courses will be defined by a series of flags that a participant must go through
  • For each course athletes will be given up to 10 minutes of warm up time to practice the course
  • Two judges will be tracking their time and the average will be used for the athlete’s time
  • ┬áThe sum of the athletes times across all courses will be used to determine overall rankings

SKILL

ATHLETES MUST DEMONSTRATE CONTROL, POWER, AND ADAPTABILITY TO PERFORM CHALLENGES THEY HAVEN’T ATTEMPTED BEFORE IN A SET TIMEFRAME WITH UNLIMITED ATTEMPTS

  • Athletes will be given 60-90 minutes to earn as many points as possible at each station of challenges
  • There is NO LIMIT to the number of attempts that can be used on each challenge. But be sure to use your time wisely!
  • There will be 4-6 stations which will each contain increasingly difficult skills to earn points ranging from 1-9
  • A judge must verify completion of a challenge. The judge will initial on your score sheet to prove completion
  • The sum of the highest score FROM EACH STATION will count towards athlete’s overall score! (Example: if an athlete completes the levels 1, 2, and 3 challenges at a single station they will only earn 3 points at that station)
  • Ties will be broken with a final round which will test athlete’s consistency to complete a challenge

STYLE

Athletes demonstrate their ability to create, execute, and perform a series of skills in a cohesive run, judged on creativity, flow, execution, and difficulty.

  • Athletes will each complete two runs to earn the highest score based on FLOW, EXECUTION, CREATIVITY, and DIFFICULTY
  • Athletes will be given time to warm up on the course and plan out their runs
  • 7-12 Year Old Division athletes may place a 2″ panel mat anywhere they would like on the course
  • Each run will be judged by 5 judges with the highest and lowest scores being dropped. The average of the other 3 will go toward their total score
  • The sum of the athletes scores from both runs will be used for their overall ranking