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Competition

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Inline freestyle has competition events.  

 

The competition events in the discipline of Inline Freestyle Skating have two aspects:  

1. The freestyle slalom (Slalom)

2. Freeskating (Urban skating)

The events that belong to the modality of freestyle slalom are:

a) Classic slalom,

b) Classic slalom pairs;

c) Speed slalom (speed slalom) - individual and in teams;

d) Battle Slalom (Battle Slalom) - Individual and in teams .

 

The events that belong to the freestyle freeskate modality are:

e) Free jump (free jump without ramps),

f) Slides (Slippages) and;

g) Roller cross (obstacle course).

Area for the Competition

The competition area must have a minimum dimensions of forty (40) meters wide by twenty (20) meters long.

 

The competition floor must be suitable for the practice of sports: no cracks, bumps, level and with good grip.

5 rows of cones must be marked, arranged as follows:

The first row , with a separation of fifty (50) centimeters between cones, shall be situated at a distance of between two (2) and three (3) meters in relation to the judges' table.

The second row , with a separation of eighty (80) centimeters between cones, should be located at a distance of two (2) meters from the first row.

The third line , with a separation of one hundred and twenty (120) centimeters between cones, shall be located at a distance of two (2) meters from the second line.

The fourth line , with a separation of eighty (80) cm between cones, shall be situated at a distance of one (1) meter from the third line.

The fifth row , with a separation of eighty (80) centimeters between cones, shall be situated at a distance of one (1) meter from the fourth row.

In addition, it must be ensured that there is a distance between two (2) and three (3) meters between the fifth line and the end of the competition zone.  The center of each row must coincide with the center of the judges' table.

 

The row of cones separated by fifty (50) centimeters will be formed by twenty (20) cones.

The second and fourth lines, with a separation of eighty (80) centimeters, (will be formed by twenty (20) cones.

The third  line of cones, with a separation of one hundred and twenty (120) centimeters, will be formed by fourteen (14) cones.

The last row with separation between cones of eighty (80) centimeters will be formed by ten (10) cones.

 

Each cone will be marked delimiting its area with an adhesive tape of seven point seven (7.7) centimeters in diameter and with a concentric circle of zero point seven (0.7) centimeters in diameter.

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What does each test consist of?

CLASSIC SLALOM

Skaters prepare a choreography with a song of their choice, which they perform during the competition taking into account the established time limits. Scoring is based on a technical part and an artistic part.

CASSIC SLALOM PAIRS (CLASSIC SLALOM PAIRS) 
Two skaters prepare a choreography with a song of their choice, which they perform during the competition taking into account the established time limits. Scoring is based on a technical part, an artistic part and also a synchronization part.
 

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SPEED SLALOM 

Athletes accelerate for twelve (12) meters and pass through a line of cones separated by eighty (80) centimeters as quickly as possible, doing “zig-zag” with one foot. The competition is divided into two phases: a classification phase (free start) and a final phase (KO system).

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SLALOM BATTLE 

Skaters compete in groups of three (3) or four (4) and have a set number of passing (round)s to show that they are better than opponents in the same group. The assessment between skaters is done by direct comparison and only one (1) or two (2) skaters pass to the next phase.

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SLIDES (SLIDEWAYS) 
Skaters compete in groups of three (3) or four (4) and have a set number of skids to show that they are better than opponents in the same group. The assessment between skaters is done by direct comparison and only one (1) or two (2) skaters pass to the next phase.

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FREE JUMPING
Competitors jump a bar like a ribbon, which increases in height as the competition progresses.

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ROLLER CROSS 
Skaters are faced with a circuit of different obstacles that they must overcome until they reach the goal. The competition is divided into two phases: a classification phase and a final phase. This test is not always carried out in official tests.

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