EVENTS

Winter Games

Winter Games Registration:

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Winter Games Events:

E.Y.S.C. 2017 WINTER GAMES
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2017 (& FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24 if necessary)
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS and PAYMENT OF REGISTRATION FEES : SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5 BY 9PM
Entry Fees: Tri-athlon = $30, Single Event = $15, Two Events = $30, Three Events = $40 and Four or more Events = $50
Test/ Badge qualifications as of January 1st 2017
Any questions contact the club @ 416-396-2872, eastyorksc@rogers.com or your coach
CANSKATE FUNDAMENTALS TRI-ATHLON Stags 1 – 6
Event # 1 Elements – Circuit Skater will be evaluated based on the stage he or she is working on and will receive a report card and certificate.
Racers-Canskate Timed Obstacle Course
Gliders-Canskate One Foot Glide Timed Event
INDIVIDUAL EVENTS

Event # 2 Racers-Canskate Timed Obstacle Course
Event # 3 Gliders-Canskate One Foot Glide Timed Event
Event # 4 Elements Circuit Skater will be evaluated based on the stage he or she is working on
a) Working on Stage 1 badge
b) Passed Stage 1 badge but not completed stage 2
c) Passed Stage 2 badge but not completed stage 3
d) Passed Stage 3 badge but not completed stage 4
e) Passed Stage 4 badge but not completed stage 5
f) Passed Stage 5 badge but not completed stage 6
PASSED STAGE 6 Tri-ATHLON Open to Fundamental and Bronze Skaters

Event # 5 Longest Spiral Timed
Racers Timed Obstacle Course
Elements in Isolation
Forward Outside 3 Turn Sequence
Waltz jump with back crosscut entry
Forward spiral (any edge)(any foot)
One foot spin with back crosscut entry
OR INDIVIDUAL EVENTS
Event # 6 Longest Spiral Ranked by Time
Event # 7 Racers Ranked by Time
Event # 8 Elements in Isolation Marked

BRONZE, SILVER & GOLD EVENTS
Please consult your skater’s coach to confirm the appropriate events for your skater
FREESKATE INDIVIDUAL ELEMENTS EVENTS
Skaters perform 4 required elements in isolation. No age restrictions. Skaters will be permitted one re-skate if necessary. The re-skate element will be marked. Skaters are only permitted to enter each category and each discipline once. Skaters may skate up.
Event # 9 STAR 2 Elements Skaters may be competing at STAR 2 level. Skaters MUST not have passed the complete Preliminary Free Skating test
Salchow Jump
Waltz Jump/Toe Loop Combination
Change foot upright Spin
Forward Spiral Sequence – a sequence of 2 forward spirals, one spiral on each foot, with no more than 4 steps in between; unsupported position; outside or inside edge
Event # 10 Star 3 Elements Skaters may be competing at STAR 3 level. Skaters MUST not have passed any part of Senior Bronze Freeskate test.
Flip Jump
Loop/Loop combination
Combination Spin that must include at least one camel and one sit position and must commence from a forward entry. No Flying entry. No difficult variations. Change of foot optional.
Forward Spiral Sequence – a sequence of 2 forward spirals, one spiral on each foot, with no more than 4 steps in between; unsupported position; outside or inside edge
Event # 11 Star 4 Elements Skaters may be competing at Star 4 level. Skaters MUST not have passed any part of Senior Bronze Freeskate test.
Axel
Lutz/Loop combination
Combination Spin that must include at least one camel and one sit position and must commence from a forward entry. No Flying entry. No difficult variations. Change of foot optional
Forward Spiral Sequence – a sequence of 2 forward spirals, one spiral on each foot, with no more than 4 steps in between; unsupported position; outside or inside edge

Event # 12 Star 5 Elements Skaters may be competing at Star 5 level. Skaters MUST not have passed any part of Junior Silver Freesakte test.
Axel
Jump Combination – 1 dou 1 Double jump + 1 single jump
Combination Spin which includes all three basic positions; No Flying entry. No difficult variations. Change of foot optional
Spiral Sequence – one spiral on each foot, with no more than 4 steps in between as per the Skate Canada Spiral Sequence definition
Event # 13 Star 8 Elements Skaters may have passed the complete Senior Bronze Freeskate test but no higher.
Any Double Jump
Jump Combination – must include at least one double jump, no more than 2 jumps
Flying Spin in one position with no change of foot
Choreographed Sequence ( Star 8 well balanced program)
Event # 14 Star 10 Elements Skaters may have passed the complete Junior Silver Freeskate test but no higher
Any Double Jump
Jump Combinations – Any double /double combination
Flying Spin in one position with no change of foot
Choreographed Sequence ( Star 10 Well Balanced Program)
Event # 15 Gold Elements Skaters may have passed Senior Silver or Gold Freeskate tests.
Choice of Double Flip, Double Lutz or Double Axel
Jump Combinations – Any double /double combination
Flying Combination Spin with change of foot
Field Movement Sequence- 3 different moves of skaters choice.
Freeskate Program Events
ALL FREESKATE categories will be judged using the 2016/2017 WELL BALANCED PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
Event # 16 STAR 1 Element Assessment
Event # 17 STAR 2 Compulsary Assessment Program
Event # 18 STAR 3 Free Skating Program
Event # 19 STAR 4 Free Skating Program
Event # 20 STAR 5 Free Skating Program
INTERPRETIVE PROGRAM Events
Description – Programs to be choreographed according to Skate Canada Interpretive Program Requirements.
Event # 21 Pre-Introductory – Not passed any interpretive tests Event # 24 Silver – Must have passed Silver test but no higher
Event # 22 Introductory – Must have passed Intro test but no high Event # 25 Gold – Must have passed Gold test
Event # 23 Bronze – Must have passed Bronze test but no higher
PAIRS Events
NO PROFESSIONAL COACHING ALLOWED/CREATED BY SKATERS ONLY
Event # 26 1.5 min (+/- 10 sec) words are allowed. Pairs will be divided by sessions & age
Bronze Session Elements Silver Session Elements Gold Session Elements
Straight line footwork Straight line footwork Straight line footwork
Field moves Field moves Field moves
Waltz jump/toe loop Flip jump Flip/loop jump combination
Salchow Loop/Loop combination Axel or waltz/loop combination
3 jump series 3 jump series 3 jump series
One foot spin Sit spin Combination spin -3 positions/optional change of foot
IMPROV PROGRAM Event
Description – Skaters to create a program the day of competition after only hearing the music 3 times.
Event # 27 Theme: Bronze – Latin, Silver – Pop, Gold – Country
Instructions: All skaters will get a warm-up where the music will be played 2 times. After the 2nd playing all skaters, except the 1st, will be asked to clear the ice. All other skaters will be sequestered in a dressing room where they will not be able to hear what is playing on the ice. The music will be played one more time for the 1st skater while the other skaters are sequestered. After the 3rd playing the 1st skater will perform. While the 1st skater performs the 2nd skater will be pulled from the dressing room and will be able to listen to the music while the 1st skater is performing. This process will continue until all skaters have performed. Skaters will be divided by session
DANCE Event
Event # 28 Family Dance – (If the adult partner is not a registered member of Skate Canada he or she must pay the $35 Skate Canada fee ) Canasta One family member over age of 21
Timed Events
Flights will be divided by Bronze, Silver & Gold
Event # 29 Longest Pair Spiral               Event # 32 Longest Pair SpreadEagle

Event # 30 Longest Shoot-the-Duck          Event # 33 Longest Spread Eagle

Event # 31 Longest Pair Shoot-the-Duck    Event #34 Longest Spiral

 

Competition Etiquette:

All spectators must show respect for the skaters, coaches & evaluators during test days. There is to be no horseplay in any part of the arena during these times especially in the presence of the judges & while skaters are on the ice. Only officials, judges & coaches will be permitted access to the Office & beyond the judging area.

All spectators must show respect for the skaters, coaches & evaluators during test days. There is to be no horseplay in any part of the arena during these times especially in the presence of the judges & while skaters are on the ice. Only officials, judges & coaches will be permitted access to the Office & beyond the judging area.

It is the responsibility of the Coach to monitor the skater’s behaviour in the dressing rooms and on the ice. It is the responsibility of the Parent/Guardian to monitor and control the skater’s behaviour elsewhere in the arena. Etiquette on test days applied whether the event is help at East York or at another Club. Skaters behaving inappropriately at such events would be violating the EYSC Rules & Regulations and are subject to disciplinary action. There will be no exceptions to these rules.

Skater Development

Skaters Seminars

Throughout the year, specific days are designated for skater development. The Club will organize seminars where guest coaches and skaters will work with our skaters.

Seminar dates, times and details to follow!

Gala

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