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Inclusive Skating is now holding Virtual Events. Events held on location are currently suspended.
One thing will remain the same - Everyone is welcome!

British Inclusive Skating International Virtual Championships 2020

The British Inclusive Skating International Championships 2020 will be held as a Virtual on-line event. Video and Virtual Rules will apply. The event will take place from Saturday 5th December with presentations on Saturday 19th December 2020. 

To accommodate the disruption to many of the skater's training and the actual training undertaken during the Coronavirus Pandemic the Technical Handbook 5th Edition Rules are adjusted as follows.

Skaters may use in-line skates, roller skates and/ or ice skates and participate at different levels in each concurrently. 

Skaters may also take part in the off-ice events wearing footwear. 

Skaters should use the current planned program content sheets and select the relevant elements they wish to have marked for the skating elements Event and the Off ice program event.

All videos must be new videos that have been filmed from March 23rd 2020 onwards. Videos for in-line, off-ice and ice events can be filmed at different times. Skaters should provide a single performance and video for a program. 

Skating Elements Event - no music

The skating elements event can be performed off ice, in-line or on the ice and will include the following:

Level 1/BHF - 3 elements should be selected from the Level 1/BHF Free Skating program

Level 2 - 3 elements should be selected from the Level 2 Free Skating program with at least 2 Level 2 elements.

Level 3 - 3 elements should be selected from the Level 3 Free Skating program with at least 2 Level 3 elements

Level 4 - 3 elements should be selected from the Level 4 Free Skating program with at least 2 Level 4 elements

Level 5 - 3 elements should be selected from the Level 5 Free Skating program with at least 2 Level 5 elements

Level 6 - 4 elements should be selected from the Level 6 Free Skating program with at least 2 Level 6 elements

Level 7 - 5 elements should be selected from the Level 7 Free Skating program with at least 2 Level 7 elements

Notes:

1. Jump skill: TES score will be awarded. A maximum of 3 different solo jumps may be performed.

2. Balance skill:  TES score. A maximum of 2 balance elements may be performed. e.g. Spiral holding the pose for 3 to 6 seconds on floor or wobble boards 

3. Spin skill: - TES score - A maximum of 2 spins may be performed. Off-ice spinners are permitted

4. Please enter at the relevant level for the program attempted and use the usual planned program content sheet. 

5. All elements must be performed on the same surface or use the same equipment.

 

Off-Ice program Event

The Off-Ice program Event is performed to music and no skates are worn

Off ice run through of free skating program performed to music. PCS scores for performance and execution and technical element scores for off ice jumps will be awarded. Please enter at the relevant level for the program attempted and use the usual planned program content sheet. 

The maximum number of jumps for the Off-Ice program are as follows:

Level 1 - maximum of 1 jump elements should be selected from the Level 1 Free Skating program

Level 2 - maximum of 2 jump elements should be selected from the Level 2 Free Skating program 

Level 3 - maximum of 3 jump elements should be selected from the Level 3 Free Skating program

Level 4 - maximum of 4 jump elements should be selected from the Level 4 Free Skating program

Level 5 - maximum of 4 jump elements should be selected from the Level 5 Free Skating program

Level 6 - maximum of 5 jump elements should be selected from the Level 6 Free Skating program

Level 7 - maximum of 5 jump elements should be selected from the Level 7 Free Skating program

Free Dance amendments

Level 5 - Length of Program - Time - 2 minutes 15 seconds plus or minus 10 seconds

Level 6 - Length of Program - Time - 2 minutes 30 seconds plus or minus 10 seconds

Ice, In-line and Roller Championship Events

The Virtual Championships will include the usual full range of skating events for ice skating.

Skaters can also participate in these events using in-line skates and/ or roller skating boots and compete at different levels.

Separate results will be provided for ice, in-line and roller championships events.

Classification

Skaters who require classification are invited to provide pre-recorded video entry of their current compulsory elements. There is no additional charge for this. Classification will be undertaken primarily through online video conference call and will be subject to review at the event and for further period of time as required.

General Rules

Medals will be awarded for all entries.

The pdf of the planned program content sheets are available. Please see file in the event information. It is helpful to upload this information with your video entry.

Skaters should comply with the Inclusive Skating music guidelines for copyright. Music information is available in the event information.

The Technical Rules will follow the Technical Handbook 5th Edition as amended above.

Please seek the help of your coach and stay safe - Good luck and good skating!

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Coronavirus Events Virtual Events and Activities

During the Coronavirus outbreak Inclusive Skating is providing Virtual Events and Activities. Background Information available to download

We are delighted to announce that these activities are funded partly by the Scottish Government Wellbeing Fund (as managed by Inspiring Scotland) and the National Lottery Community Fund Peoples Project which has provided the funding for the Inclusive Skating Learning platform.

The Inclusive Skating Community say a huge thank you to the Scottish Government and the Lottery for this support.

Your support means a lot to our skaters!

The following activities are being provided as a result of the funding and the support of our community!

1. Scottish 2020 Championships was successfully held as a Virtual Event. Congratulations Skaters! Results link is available

2. Off ice training sessions are available to all skaters registered. with Inclusive Skating and will continue until the end July with our coaching team. A zoom link has been sent out to all skaters. Please check your e-mails for details on the sessions and register in a advance. https://zoom.us

3. Youtube recordings Most off-ice sessions are also uploaded onto Youtube. So, if you can't make the sessions then you can catch up later on Youtube.

4. Badge Program - Off ice disciplines - The off-ice activity badge skills program is now available. This badge program is also intended to provide a sound foundation for skaters who wish to take part in skating activities.

5. Badge Program - In-line , Roller and Ice Skating Inclusive Skating covers ice, in-line, roller and off-ice disciplines. The in-line, roller and off-ice activity badge skills programs are now available. 

6. Test Program - In-line , Roller and Ice Skating Inclusive Skating covers ice, in-line, roller and off-ice disciplines. The in-line, roller and off-ice activity test program is now available. Skaters may compete and test at different levels on ice, in-line, roller and off-ice.

7. The British Virtual Championships 2020 -The British Inclusive Skating International Virtual Championships 2020 will cover ice, in-line, roller and off-ice disciplines. The in-line, roller and off-ice event programs are now available and will be included in the 2020 Championships to be held in October 2020. Results and ranking for ice, in-line, roller and off-ice will be separate. Skaters may compete and test at different levels on ice, in-line, roller and off-ice. ( See fuller details above)

Please seek the help of your coach and stay safe - Good luck and good skating!

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General Information for Events held on Location are currently suspended

These rules are currently suspended but are reproduced here for your information.

Planned Program Content Sheets are now available for completion. Please send to the event organiser with your video when you are sending in an online pre-recorded video entry.

The Technical Handbook, 5th Edition 2020 has now been released. 

Inclusive Skating has events for everyone no matter what the challenge. Most events are unified so the families, carers and our community of volunteers can join in too.

There is a wide range of events in Compulsory Elements, Free Skating, Compulsory Figures, Free Dance, Pattern Dance, Pair Skating, Couples Free Dance, Speed Skating and Synchro events with groups of duets, trios, quartets, teams of 5 to 10 and super teams of 11 to 16.

Events take place at ice rinks and online through the internet. All entries should be made through the event platform on this website.

Skaters may submit a video performance if they cannot travel to the designated ice rink for the event at the time stated. This includes: anyone who cannot travel to an event because of funding or practical difficultes, or has a condition that prevents them from performing, e.g. autism, anxiety issues or behaviourable difficulties.

Individual assessment and meeting of needs is assured through classification, facilitation, accreditation and even individual adjustment of rules.

The rules exist to ensure that everyone is included and that everyone can show what they can do! Check out the Rules page to find out more about the rules.

Check out the Glasgow 2019 information page to find out more about a typical event.

The Technical Handbook 2020, 5th Edition has the current rules for the 2020- 2021 season with some amendments. See above.

Planned Program Content Sheets are now available for completion. Please send to the event organiser at least 7 days before event. Alternatively you can load these onto your event entry when entering the event. If you do not make these deadlines then please bring a paper copy with you to the event and hand this in at your registration. PPC should wherever possible be sent with your video if you are sending in an online pre-recorded video entry.

Please seek the help of your coach and stay safe - Good luck and good skating!

December 2020

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Event

Region

 

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British Inclusive Skating International Championships 2020

, Lanarkshire, United Kingdom

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