Innisfil Skating Club

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Innisfil Skating Club 

Club Competition’

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Stroud Community Centre

 

Arena: Stroud Innisfil Community Centre (Stroud Arena)

Address: Victoria St. & Hwy. 11

Phone Number: 705-436-3321

Ice Surface Dimensions: 85ft x 200ft

 

An invitation is extended to all eligible skaters in good standing in the Innisfil Skating Club to participate in this competition. This competition will be held in accordance with the rules of the Skate Canada.

 

Forward Entries ToGrace Dajo at [email protected] 

 

Entry Deadline is February 8th, 2017

 

Entry Fees

$20 per skater for singles events

$20 per team for team events of 2 or 3 members

 

 

All participants cheques are to be made payable to the Innisfil Figure Skating Club. Fee must accompany entry form(s).

Entry fees will be returned only if an event is not held. There will be a $20.00 charge for all NSF cheques.

 

Entry Deadline: the competition registrar must receive Entries no later than February 8th, 2017.  The committee reserves the right to limit the number of entries in each event and to divide or combine events if necessary

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Refunds: Refunds will be issued ONLY if the event is not held.

 

*Skaters can enter only one event per discipline and only enter an event once.

(i.e. Can not enter team/couples dances event twice with different partners).


Test Requirements: Test qualifications are as of November 1, 2016. The Test Chairman or President of the skating club must verify.


 Skating Up: All skaters/couples are eligible to skate in an event higher than they are qualified.


 Music: Skaters must ensure that their music is available in the music room prior to start of competition.


 Commencement of Events:

Competition will begin at 8:00 am at the Stroud Arena. Registration desk will open at 7:30am. Competitors must register at least half an hour before the scheduled time of their event. Events may commence up to 15 minutes prior to their scheduled time.


 Officials: Panels will consist of 3 judges according to the guidelines for Club Competition officials.


 Awards: All flights are final. Medals will be presented to skaters finishing 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in events scored by the CPC system. Scorecards and certificates will be awarded for all Star 1-3 participants.


 Confirmation of Entry: Confirmation of acceptance and a schedule of events will be forwarded to each coach for distribution to all competitors as soon as possible after the closing date for entries.


Videotaping: Private videotaping of your own competitor only is permitted.


 CANSKATE events will be Stages 2 to 6 in this competition.

LIST OF EVENTS


 STARSKATE FREE SKATE EVENTS


 All Freeskate events will be judged using Skate Canada – Central Ontario Well Balanced Program technical package. Appropriate deductions will be taken for any elements outside of specifications in accordance with the Skate Canada Well Balanced Program Requirements.


 FREESKATING EVENTS


 EVENT #1 – STAR 1 Element Assessment


Must not have passed any part of the Senior Bronze (Star 6) Free Skating Test. Elements scored to standard (Merit, Bronze, Silver or Gold).


 EVENT #2 – STAR 1 Solo Exhibition


Must not have passed any part of the Senior Bronze (Star 6) Free Skating Test (geared to those skaters who have not mastered more than (3) single jumps). This event will not be judged and all participants will receive a ribbon.


 EVENT #3 – STAR 2 Compulsory Assessment Program 


 May not have passed any part of the Senior Bronze (Star 6) Free Skating Test. Program length: 1.00 - 1.30 minutes (+/- 10 seconds). Vocal music is not permitted.


 EVENT #4 – STAR 3 Free Skating Program 


 May not have passed any part of the Senior Bronze (Star 6) Free Skating Test. Program length: 2.00 minutes (+/- 10 seconds). Vocal music is not permitted.


 EVENT #5 – STAR 4 Free Skating Program  (ranked)


 May not have passed any part of the Senior Bronze (Star 6) Free Skating Test. Program length: 2.00 minutes (+/- 10 seconds). Vocal music is not permitted.


Skaters will be grouped by age as follows: U10, U13, 13 and over


EVENT #6 -  STAR 5 Free Skating Program  (ranked)


 May not have passed any part of the Junior Silver (Star 8) Free Skating Test. Program length: 2.00 minutes (+/- 10 seconds). Vocal music is not permitted.


STAR 5 will be scored on CPC and skaters will be ranked.


 EVENT #7 -  STAR 6 Free Skating Program  (ranked)


Previously Senior Bronze.  May have passed the complete Star 5 (Junior Bronze) Free Skating Test. Program length: 2:30 minutes (+/- 10 seconds). Vocal music is not permitted.


STAR 6 will be scored on CPC and skaters will be ranked.


 EVENT #8 -  STAR 7 Free Skating Program  (ranked)


NEW.  May have passed the complete Star 5 (Junior Bronze) Free Skating Test. Short Program: Maximum length: 2:30 minutes (+/- 10 seconds). Vocal music is not permitted.


STAR 7 will be scored on CPC and skaters will be ranked.


 EVENT #9 -  STAR 8 Free Skating Program  (ranked)


Previously Junior Silver.  May have passed the complete Star 5 (Junior Bronze) Free Skating Test. Program length: 3:00 minutes (+/- 10 seconds). Vocal music is not permitted.


STAR 8 will be scored on CPC and skaters will be ranked.


 EVENT #10 -  STAR 9 Free Skating Program  (ranked)


NEW.  May have passed the complete Star 5 (Junior Bronze) Free Skating Test. Short Program: Maximum length: 2:30 minutes (+/- 10 seconds). Vocal music is not permitted.


STAR 7 will be scored on CPC and skaters will be ranked.


 EVENT #11 -  STAR 10 Free Skating Program  (ranked)


Previously Senior Silver.  May have passed the complete Star 5 (Junior Bronze) Free Skating Test. Program length: 3:00 minutes (+/- 10 seconds). Vocal music is not permitted.


STAR 8 will be scored on CPC and skaters will be ranked

ICE DANCING EVENTS

SOLO DANCE


Description: Individual skaters perform the prescribed dance. Music: Series 8


 EVENT #12 – STAR 2/STAR 3 SOLO DANCE


No test requirement. Skated to standard.


DANCE: Dutch Waltz


EVENT #13 – STAR4/STAR 5 SOLO DANCE


Must have passed complete Junior Bronze Dance test or higher. Skaters will be ranked.


DANCE: Swing Dance


EVENT #14 – STAR6/STAR 7 SOLO DANCE


Must have passed complete Junior Bronze Dance test or higher. Skaters will be ranked.


DANCE: Ten Fox


 EVENT #15 – STAR8/STAR 9 SOLO DANCE


Must have passed complete Junior Bronze Dance test or higher. Skaters will be ranked.


DANCE: Rocker Foxtrot


 EVENT #16 – STAR10/Gold SOLO DANCE


Must have passed at least two pattern dances from the Gold Dance test or higher. Skaters will be ranked.


DANCE: Quickstep


 SHOWCASE EVENTS


 

SHOWCASE EVENTS


Skaters may enter either an Individual Showcase event OR an Individual Interpretive event (not both). Skaters in Group/Family events may also enter Individual Showcase OR an Individual Interpretive event. Events will be divided by age whenever possible. Events are intended to be entertaining and will be judged on their theatrical and artistic qualities. Emphasis is placed on the interpretation of the music. Costumes are permitted and props should enhance the theme of the program. Boas are NOT permitted.


 Description: A creative program is skated which can employ elaborate costumes and props to illustrate a theme, tell a story, or interpret the music. Skater’s routines are intended to be entertaining and will be judged on their theatrical and artistic qualities not on technical content (i.e. Jumps). Skaters are to provide their own music. Vocal music is permitted. Please note that any jumps performed will be valued the same, regardless of their difficulty.


 EVENT #17 – INDIVIDUAL SHOWCASE 1


May have passed complete Preliminary Freeskate test but no higher complete test.


Music length: 1.0 minute maximum


 EVENT #18 – INDIVIDUAL SHOWCASE 2


May have passed the complete Junior Bronze Freeskate test but no higher complete test.


Music length: 1 ½ minutes maximum


 EVENT #19 – GROUP/FAMILY SHOWCASE 


Open to all ages, 2 to 6 skaters.  Passed no higher than the complete Senior Bronze Free Skate test.


Music length: 1.5 minutes maximum.


 


INTERPRETIVE EVENTS


 INTERPRETIVE (INDIVIDUAL) EVENTS


Description: Programs are to be choreographed according to the Skate Canada Interpretive Program Requirements. Vocal music is permitted.


 EVENT # 20 – Pre-Introductory


Not passed any Interpretive tests. Assessed to Standard.


One interpretive program maximum 2 minutes in length.


 EVENT #21– Introductory


May have passed the Introductory Interpretive test but no higher. Skaters will be ranked.


One interpretive program maximum 2 minutes in length.


 EVENT #22 – Bronze


May have passed the Bronze Interpretive test but no higher. Skaters will be ranked.


One interpretive program maximum 3 minutes in length.


 EVENT #23 – Silver


May have passed the Silver Interpretive test but no higher. Skaters will be ranked.


One interpretive program maximum 3 minutes in length.


 EVENT #24 – Gold


May have passed the Gold Interpretive test. Skaters will be ranked.


One interpretive program maximum 3 minutes in length.


 


 


CANSKATE EVENTS

Innisfil Figure Skating Club

2017 Club Competition

Saturday, February 25th, 2017


 


ENTRY FORM


Please see board member for Entry form

 

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Pre-CanSkate

 

PRE CAN PARENTS:

 

We are now offering Pre Can Lessons on Wednesday evenings on Canskate Ice @ the Innisfil Rec Centre from 5:55pm-6:40pm

If you'd like to swicth your child from Saturdays to Wednesdays please email me before Wednesday Oct 19th

Or if your interested to adding an extra lesson for your precan skater The cost is an extra $150 for the season please email me as well.

 

Thank you

Grace

Thank You Jessica & Alivia- Garage Sale Success

A Big thank you to these 2 skaters and the Noel Family for all their hard work at our 2nd Garage Sale Held in Barrie on Sept 24th, Raising an extra $370 bringing our total to over $1300. Thank you again ladies for your ongoing commitment to the club. 

Skate Canada Central Ontario Can Skater of the Year Congratulations    AVERY O'LEARY

A Very Special Congratulations to Innisfil Skating Club Can Skater of the Year Avery O'Leary who was named the 2016 Skate Canada Central Ontario CanSkater Athlete of The Year.  Avery was up against 37 skating clubs throughout Central Ontario and came out on top.  Congratulations Avery on this amazing recognition, we are extremely proud of you!!  The purpose of the Skate Canada Athlete Award is to recognize skaters who have shown enthusiasm and dedication to the Canskate program throughout the skating season. Through their participation in the program, recipients of this award have demonstrated the talent and desire needed to find continued success on and off the ice.

 

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