Competitors skate 3 times each. The highest score out of the 3 runs will determine the ranking.
1. Competitors will skate one time from the start until 45 seconds have elapsed. Each competitor will compete one at
a time per run, taking turns. If you fail, you can continue.
2. If a competitor is using a obstacle of the course when the 45-second buzzer sounds, that trick will also be scored.
3. Five judges will score from 0.00 to 60 points. The average of the remaining 3 out of 5 judges’ scores, omitting the highest and lowest scores, will be the record.
4. In case of a tie, the second highest score will be used to compare and rank the entries.
Judging criteria (order of priority) / Highest point
1. Difficulty / 20.00 points
Difficulty of the trick
2. Skating / 20.00 points
Quality of tricks and skating
Style (height and distance of jumps, cleanness of landings)
3. Utilizing a variety of the course / 20.00 points
Use of many sobstacles
4. Point deductions based on degree of failure
Small : Hands and feet on the ground / -1 point per time
Medium : Losing balance and get off skates / -3 points per time
Large : Losing balance and falling / -5 points per time