HOW TO ENTER NATIONAL POLE SPORTS & ARTISTIC POLE COMPETITION BY VIDEO ENTRY!
The finals for the National Pole Sports & Artistic Pole 2018 will be held on 5th & 6th May at Japari School in Johannesburg.
Enter your video by 4th March 2018!
National Pole Sports Competition 2018 levels include:
SAPSF Bronze Division (Beginner level athletes)
SAPSF Silver Division (Intermediate level athletes)
IPSF Amateur Division
IPSF Professional Division
IPSF Elite Division
IPSF Doubles Division
National Artistic Pole Competition 2018 levels include:
Amateur, Semi-Professional and Professional.
Clear guidelines are provided within the Pole Sports & Artistic Pole documents to help athletes decide which division they should participate in. The Athlete’s age determines which ‘category’ they should be in.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the Pole Sports and Artistic Pole Competition documentation.
Or download it here:
Athletes wanting to compete in Pole Sports and/or Artistic Pole at the national finals need to submit a video entry by 4th March 2018. Late entries may be accepted for video submissions if you contact email@example.com as soon as possible to receive an extension within a reasonable timeframe.
Video entries for Pole Sports must be accompanied by a Compulsory Move score form (mandatory requirement) and a Technical Bonus form (if you have incorporated Technical Bonuses in your routine). We can help you complete your forms if you get in touch with us!
SAPSF Bronze & Silver Division required video entry length is up to 3 minutes. Routines should follow the guidelines of the SAPSF Bronze & Silver Division document as much as possible and must use the appropriate selection of Compulsory Moves. This is so we are able to judge your video submissions and give you constructive feedback in order to help you prepare for the national finals. If you competed last year in a Provincial event, you have the option to submit last year’s video in order to enter the 2018 finals.
Download Bronze & Silver Division details here:
IPSF Amateur, Professional, Elite & Doubles required video entry length is up to 3 minutes and 50 seconds, or up to 3 minutes and 20 seconds for children under 14 years. Routines should follow the guidelines of the IPSF Code of Points 2017/18 as much as possible and must use the appropriate selection of Compulsory Moves. This is so we are able to judge your video submissions and give you constructive feedback in order to help you prepare for the national finals. If you competed last year in an IPSF event, you have the option to submit last year’s video in order to enter the 2018 finals.
Artistic Pole required video entry length is up to 3 minutes and 30 seconds. Routines should follow the guidelines of the IPSF Artistic Pole Scoring document. No ‘Compulsory Moves’ or ‘Technical Bonuses’ are required. No score forms need to be submitted in advance. Children under 14 years are not permitted in Artistic Pole at national level.
Payment is required upon video entry for either National Pole Sports and/or National Artistic Pole 2018.
R300 Per Solo entry
R500 Per Doubles entry
All athletes need to complete an online application form polesports.org.za, send their score forms (required for Pole Sports only) and send a private video link containing their video entry.
Video entry/forms/payment for entry deadline: 4th March 2018
Online entry forms:
For documentation and assistance: firstname.lastname@example.org