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Skating Competitions

TOYOTA SPORTS CENTER FIGURE SKATING COMPETITIONS

BE A STAR COMPETITION

Thank you for participating in Toyota Sports Center’s Be a Star Open Competition.
When you arrive for the competition, please check in at the registration table.
We look forward to having you at our arena, and if you need any further assistance, please call 310-535-4400 / 310-535-4406. 

Email: gabriella.weissmann@toyotasportscenter.com

CORRECTIONS & ADDITIONS

WHEN THE SCHEDULE IS POSTED: EMAIL ANY CHANGES OR CORRECTIONS TO gabriella.weissmann@toyotasportscenter.com AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.  WE WILL POST A REVISED SCHEDULE AFTER MAKING THE NEEDED CHANGES.

COMPETITION DAY HELP!

PLEASE CALL 310-535-4400 IF YOU NEED IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE

THANK YOU!

Events are offered to all ages | Tots through Adults!

All skaters from Tots through Adult levels are invited to take part of our annual Competition. This is a great opportunity to perform and showcase your skills. If this your first competition you might need a little help from our professional staff! You will need to confirm you have an I.S.I. Membership and are tested to the appropriate level. To do that, and to prepare a program for the competition, participants will need to select a coach for private lessons. During the lessons, the instructor will help the skater select the appropriate level and event in which to compete, schedule tests, and they will put together the necessary routine. If you already have a private instructor, let them know today that you are interested in competing.

2018 BE A STAR ISI OPEN PACKET

ISI IN HOUSE BE A STAR COMPETITION INFORMATION

COMPETITION DATES: Saturday, July 14, 2018
ENTRY DEADLINE: Friday, June 15, 2018

Online entry must be completed by midnight on June 15, 2018. Late entries, if accepted, will be charged a $30 late fee. All information must be accurate and complete. Inaccurate or incomplete entries will be declined. The coach must confirm your entry to be accepted.

ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY: Secure Online Registration and credit card payment will be available at: http://comp.entryeeze.com/Home.aspx?cid=489

SCHEDULE: Will be posted online: http://comp.entryeeze.com/Home.aspx?cid=489

TEAM ENTRY: For the team events, each team will need to register separately via a single “Team Contact”. They will need to provide the team name and number of

WAIVER: team members, each skater’s first & last name, date of birth, and ISI Number. All entries must have TSC Waiver agreed to and accepted in order for the entry to be accepted. Entries without the completed and signed waiver will be considered incomplete and returned.

NON-SUFFICIENT FUNDS: and contested credit card charges will be assessed a $25.00 fee. Payment of the fee will be required before the skater is

ELIGIBILITY: allowed to participate. All skaters entering the competition must be registered individual members of ISI. Skaters must compete at the highest test level they have passed, and which has been registered on or before June 15, 2018. "Events are offered to all ages - Tots through Adults"

RULES: The competition will be conducted in accordance with the guidelines contained in the 2016 ISI Handbook.

MUSIC & REGISTRATION: All skaters must check in at the registration desk 45 minutes prior to their scheduled event. If the competition is running ahead of schedule, events may begin earlier than the scheduled time. Music will be uploaded via Entryeeze only. The deadline for uploading music is July 2, 2018. If music has not been uploaded by the deadline, there is a $10.00 fee for late submission.

AWARDS: RINK SIZE: JUDGING: Awards will be presented to all competitors.
The competition will be conducted on an NHL (85’ x 200’) size rink. In fairness to all competitors, ALL ISI Professional members / Instructors with students competing in ISI events must judge an appropriate number of events. Please see the 2016 ISI Handbook for guidelines. Only instructors who have signed up to judge will be allowed to put skaters on the ice.

ACCOUNTING REVIEW:

LIST OF EVENTS:

ONLY an ISI Professional member can make an accounting review request to the Competition Director. All judge’s scores are considered final! A review is only a verification of these scores. There is a $75.00 fee for all reviews.

● Tot 1-4
● Pre-Alpha
● Alpha
● Beta
● Gamma
● Delta
● Freestyle 1-10
● Open Freestyle
● Artistic (FS1 & above)
● Test Maneuvers (Tots – FS5)

● Interpretive (FS1 & above) (w/ Prop and/or Theme) ● Spotlight Solo (Tots & above)
● Spotlight Couples
● Production Teams

● Theatre Production Teams
● Ensemble
● Synchronized Skating & Open Synchro
● Synchronized Formation & Advanced Formation ● Solo Compulsory (Tots – FS5)

DESCRIPTION OF EVENTS

Tot 1 – 4: Skaters must be 5 years or under as of June 16, 2017. The one-minute routine must include moves specified in the 2016 ISI Handbook for the appropriate level and no additional moves.

Pre-Alpha – Delta: One-minute program with one additional move from Freestyle 1 required. Duration will be judged.

Freestyle 1-10: Skaters are limited to three attempts per required maneuver during their program, the best attempt will be judged.

Freestyle 3 & 4: No back spirals will be allowed during warm-up.

Artistic: Open to all skaters in Freestyle 1 or higher level. There are no required moves and no props allowed. Emphasis should be placed on the creative and innovative design of a skating program. Program length is 1 1⁄2 minutes for Artistic 1-5 and 2 minutes for Artistic 6-10.

Spotlight: Props, if they are used, are limited to ones that can be hand-carried or pushed onto or off of the ice by the skater in one 30-second trip. Skaters may not be assisted with the setup, placement or removal of props. Skaters must report to registration desk to receive information concerning prop storage. Props may not be left in the lobby area and must be removed immediately after the event. Props in spotlight events are optional, but encouraged. Spotlight lighting will be used for all spotlight events. Program length is 1 minute for Tot 1-Delta, 11⁄2 minutes for FS 1-5 and 2 minutes for FS 6-10.

Spotlight Character: The skater portrays a famous, easily identifiable character, through the use of music, costume, props and actions.

Spotlight Dramatic: An artistic theatrical performance that invokes an emotional response from the judges and audience. The skater’s interpretation should create a mood that is enhanced by style, creativity, costuming, and props.

Spotlight Light: The skater’s program should entertain in a refreshing, lighthearted, vaudeville fashion using music, costume, props, comedy, dance,

and skating moves.

Spotlight Couples: Two skaters together perform a routine that is entertaining, emotional, or a portrayal of characters using costumes and props. This event is divided into low, medium and high categories for partner selections. Groups will be divided as time warrants. Levels will be split into Low (Tots-Delta), Bronze (F1-3/Bronze), Silver (F4-5/Silver), Gold (F6-7/Gold), and Platinum (F8-10/Plat). Music duration is 1 min for low, 1 min 30 sec for Bronze/Silver, and 2 min for Gold/Platinum.

Spotlight Family: This event is open to 2 or more family members only, of any age and skating level. The prescribed program length is 1–1⁄2 minutes, and the routines may be fun, entertaining, emotional, or a portrayal of characters using costumes and props. Groups will be divided as time warrants.

Interpretive: Open to all skaters Freestyle 1 and above. Music for all levels will be 1-1.5 minutes in length. Skaters may not be coached by instructors, parents, or anyone else during this event. Skaters in FS1-3/Bronze can do maneuvers from FS4 and below. Skaters in FS4-5/Silver can do maneuvers from FS6 and below. Skaters in FS 6-7/Gold can do maneuvers from FS8 and below. Skaters of different genders may be grouped together. Skaters should report to the ice captain no less than 30 minutes prior to the event in order to hear the music prior to the warm up.

Ensemble: This event is open to 3-7 skaters of any age and skating level. The prescribed program length is 3 minutes and the routines may be

fun, entertaining, emotional or a portrayal of characters using costumes and props. Groups will be divided as time warrants.

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Open Freestyle: All skaters who have not passed USFS Pre-Preliminary, USFSAdult Pre-Bronze or ISI Freestyle 1 test must pass the ISI Alpha- Delta tests before taking the Bronze Test. USFS skaters who have already passed the Pre-Preliminary, Adult Pre-Bronze or any higher tests and wish to compete in ISI previous ISI Tests.

OPEN FREESTYLE EVENTS

Event Levels of Skaters
Open Bronze FS 1-3
Open Silver FS 4-5
Open Gold FS 6-7
NEW Open Gold Short
Open Platinum FS 8-10
NEW Open Platinum Short FS 8-10

Freestyle events do not need to pass any Maneuver Limitations Duration FS 3 and below 2:00 FS 5 and below 2:00 FS 7 and below 3:00 FS 6-7 FS 7 and below 2:00 any maneuvers 4:30 any maneuvers 3:00

Judging Criteria for Open Freestyle Short Program: (same as the long program) Correctness of Jumps, Correctness of Spins, Correctness of Turns & Edges, Choreography & Pattern, Variety of Moves, Music Interpretation, Posture, Presentation, Duration, General Overall.

The penalty for performing an uncaptured maneuver at the wrong level will be the grade of 2.0 under Correctness of Jumps (Judge 1)

Test Maneuvers Each maneuver will be performed twice. The best attempt will be judged. Skaters must enter at or one level above their current test

level. Skaters may enter up to two different levels. The required maneuvers are listed below.

  • Tots: Dip

  • Pre-Alpha: Backward Swizzles

  • Alpha: Forward Crossovers – left over right

  • Beta: Right T-Stop – left foot in back

  • Gamma: Left Mohawk Combination Step

  • Delta: Lunge

  • Freestyle 1: Two Foot Spin

  • Freestyle 2: 1⁄2 Lutz

  • Freestyle 3: Change Foot Spin

  • Freestyle 4: Loop Jump

  • Freestyle 5: Axel

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Tot 1:

Tot 2:

Tot 3:

Tot 4:

Pre-Alpha:

Alpha:

Beta:

Gamma:

Delta:

Freestyle 1:

Freestyle 2:

Freestyle 3:

Freestyle 4:

Freestyle 5:

● Proper Way To Fall
● Proper Way To Get Up
● Marching While Standing

● Forward Swizzle Standing Still ● 2 Foot Hop In Place
● Single Swizzle

● Preparation For Snowplow Stop ● Forward Swizzle
● Dip

● Backward Wiggle
● Backward Swizzles (3)
● Two Foot Snowplow Stop

● Forward Swizzles
● 1 Foot Glide (either foot) ● Backward Swizzles

● Forward Stroking
● Forward Crossovers (right over left) ● 1 Foot Snowplow Stop (either foot)

● Backward Stroking
● Backward Crossovers (right over left) ● T-stop (either foot)

● Mohawk Combination (either foot) ● Hockey Stop
● Right Forward Outside Three Turn

● Forward Outside Edges (4) ● Bunny Hop
● Lunge

● Forward Spiral ● Waltz Jump
● 2-Foot Spin

●1⁄2Lutz
● 1 Foot Spin ● Ballet Jump

● T oe Loop
● Change Foot Spin ● Backward Spiral

● Flip Jump ● Sit Spin
● Loop Jump

● Lutz
● Camel Spin ● Axel

Solo Compulsory

Moves can be performed in any order in a one-minute pre- choreographed routine with no music, and no additional maneuvers allowed. Full ice will be used for all levels. Note: There is no penalty for the quantity of swizzles, wiggles, strokes or crossovers performed in the Tot-Beta levels. Only the quality of these maneuvers is judged.



SPRING FLING

All skaters from Tots through Adult levels are invited to take part of our annual Competition. This is a great opportunity to perform and showcase your skills. If this your first competition you might need a little help from our professional staff! You will need to confirm you have an I.S.I. Membership and are tested to the appropriate level. To do that, and to prepare a program for the competition, participants will need to select a coach for private lessons. During the lessons, the instructor will help the skater select the appropriate level and event in which to compete, schedule tests, and they will put together the necessary routine. If you already have a private instructor, let them know today that you are interested in competing.

SPRING FLING COMPETITION

Thank you for participating in Toyota Sports Center’s 2018 Spring Fling ISI Open Competition, March 24 & 25, 2018!
When you arrive for the competition, please check in at the registration table.
We look forward to having you at our arena, and if you need any further assistance, please call 310-535-4400 / 310-535-4406. 

Email: gabriella.weissmann@toyotasportscenter.com

CORRECTIONS & ADDITIONS

WHEN THE SCHEDULE IS POSTED: EMAIL ANY CHANGES OR CORRECTIONS TO gabriella.weissmann@toyotasportscenter.com AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.  WE WILL POST A REVISED SCHEDULE AFTER MAKING THE NEEDED CHANGES.

COMPETITION DAY HELP!

PLEASE CALL 310-535-4400 IF YOU NEED IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE

THANK YOU!

SATURDAY COMPETITION SCHEDULE

SUNDAY COMPETITION SCHEDULE

2018 SPRING FLING ISI OPEN PACKET

2018 HOLIDAY SHOW


Dec 15

Be a part of our Holiday Show Production, "Once Upon A Winter's Dream."

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Gabriella Weissmann

SKATING DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR

Phone: 310-535-4406

CINDY Brozzoski

SKATING DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Phone: 310-535-4413