Dear Pole Sports Athletes,

It is with great pleasure that we can now announce the upcoming Pole Sports Provincial in South Africa.

You are officially invited to take part in this event designed for pole sports athletes of all levels.

The Pole Sports League, now the Pole Sport Provincial, was created to motivate pole athletes to continually improve their skills all year round. This relates directly with one of the main objectives of the SAPSF which is to raise the standards of pole sports within South Africa.

The Pole Sports Provincial is the first pole sports event in SA to integrate a comprehensive ‘Compulsory Moves Score form’ within the judging system. The judging system has been formatted to provide fair and equal grounds for each athlete taking part.

Pole sports athletes of all levels and ages will now have the chance to perform for a small, friendly and supportive audience. All athletes taking part in the provincial will be judged by IPSF certified judges. The judges will either be present at the event, or judge the routines by video after the event. Athletes will receive feedback on their performance, enabling them to develop their skills and to help them to prepare for larger scale competitions. All athletes will receive a medal and a certificate for their participation in Pole Sports Provincial events.

DIVISIONS INCLUDED AT THE SAPSF POLE SPORTS PROVINCIAL

Bronze Division:

This division is from the previous Pole Sports League. SAPSF’s original judging system for new beginner level athletes. Men and Women (do not compete against each other)

Find all Bronze Divisions scoring and routine requirements within this document.

SAPSF Bronze Division Age
Youth 6-11
Juniors 12-17
Masters 40+
Main age group 18-39

 

IPSF Code of Points Divisions

Please visit polesports.org ‘documents’ for the most current Code of Points.

*Please note that SAPSF Pole Sports Provincials are not currently qualifying events for the National Pole Sports Competition. All National Pole Sports Competition athletes will be able to qualify through endorsed preliminaries.

Elite Division IPSF Age
Novice 6-14
Juniors 15-17
Seniors 18-39
Masters 40+ & 50+
Doubles All ages

 

Professional Division IPSF Age
Juniors 15-17
Seniors 18-39
Masters 40+ & 50+
Doubles All ages

 

Amateur Division IPSF Age
Novice 6-14
Juniors 15-17
Seniors 18-39
Masters 40+ & 50+
Doubles All ages

 

The IPSF Code of Points may seem very daunting and complicated at first glance. Please take your time to read through the document and become familiar with the requirements. We also recommended that you watch previous IPSF World Pole Sports Championship videos to gain more understanding about how other athletes use the Code of Points.

 

Code of Points training is available through the IPSF website. www.polesports.org/ipsf/document-policies/

POLE SPORTS PROVINCIAL – GAUTENG DETAILS

Venue Address: TBC

 

Local host contact: 

Melanie – melanie@polesports.org.za

Bianca – technical@polesports.org

 

Date: 22 October 2017

Time: 11 a.m. TBC

 

Spectator Ticket Price:

R100 Adult

R50 Concessions (under 16yrs or over 65yrs)

 

Athlete Entry Fees

R160 per athlete

R250 per duet entry

Gauteng Provincials 2017 - SOLO ENTRY

    Competitors Details

 

Verification

 

Gauteng Provincials 2017 - DOUBLES ENTRY

    Competitor 1

  • Competitor 2

  • Other Information

    Legalities

 

Verification

 

Download Singles Tech Bonus Form 2016/2017

Download Provincials Gauteng 2017

Download Doubles Tech Bonus Form 2016/2017

Download Compulsory Form 2016/2017

Download Bronze Division Only Document

Download IPSF Code of Points 2016/2017

KEY DATES – GAUTENG POLE SPORTS PROVINCIAL

  • Entry and payment closing date is 6 October 2017 (entry forms online www.polesports.org.za)
  • Music files and Compulsory Forms must be submitted by email/dropbox by 13 October 2017, info@polesports.org.za. Please note that Bronze Division has a different Compulsory Move Score from than all other divisions!
  • Event Date Sunday 22 October 2017

POLES FOR THE POLE SPORTS PROVINCIAL

The event will be taking place in a pole fitness studio. The poles are fixed at the top and the bottom.

The spinning pole is placed on the right hand side and the static pole on the left hand side of the stage from the spectators view. Doubles category athletes must use one spinning and one static pole in the same configuration as in single categories. The poles are 4m high and 45mm poles. The poles are set 3m apart and the distance between the wall and the pole is 2m on each side.

RULES, REGULATIONS AND ETHICAL CODE OF CONDUCT

As stipulated in the SAPSF/IPSF Rules & Regulations document.

Please refer to additional documentation. Please email info@polesports.org.za if you do not have these documents.

+ About

Dear Pole Sports Athletes,

It is with great pleasure that we can now announce the upcoming Pole Sports Provincial in South Africa.

You are officially invited to take part in this event designed for pole sports athletes of all levels.

The Pole Sports League, now the Pole Sport Provincial, was created to motivate pole athletes to continually improve their skills all year round. This relates directly with one of the main objectives of the SAPSF which is to raise the standards of pole sports within South Africa.

The Pole Sports Provincial is the first pole sports event in SA to integrate a comprehensive ‘Compulsory Moves Score form’ within the judging system. The judging system has been formatted to provide fair and equal grounds for each athlete taking part.

Pole sports athletes of all levels and ages will now have the chance to perform for a small, friendly and supportive audience. All athletes taking part in the provincial will be judged by IPSF certified judges. The judges will either be present at the event, or judge the routines by video after the event. Athletes will receive feedback on their performance, enabling them to develop their skills and to help them to prepare for larger scale competitions. All athletes will receive a medal and a certificate for their participation in Pole Sports Provincial events.

+ Divisions

DIVISIONS INCLUDED AT THE SAPSF POLE SPORTS PROVINCIAL

Bronze Division:

This division is from the previous Pole Sports League. SAPSF’s original judging system for new beginner level athletes. Men and Women (do not compete against each other)

Find all Bronze Divisions scoring and routine requirements within this document.

SAPSF Bronze Division Age
Youth 6-11
Juniors 12-17
Masters 40+
Main age group 18-39

 

IPSF Code of Points Divisions

Please visit polesports.org ‘documents’ for the most current Code of Points.

*Please note that SAPSF Pole Sports Provincials are not currently qualifying events for the National Pole Sports Competition. All National Pole Sports Competition athletes will be able to qualify through endorsed preliminaries.

Elite Division IPSF Age
Novice 6-14
Juniors 15-17
Seniors 18-39
Masters 40+ & 50+
Doubles All ages

 

Professional Division IPSF Age
Juniors 15-17
Seniors 18-39
Masters 40+ & 50+
Doubles All ages

 

Amateur Division IPSF Age
Novice 6-14
Juniors 15-17
Seniors 18-39
Masters 40+ & 50+
Doubles All ages

 

The IPSF Code of Points may seem very daunting and complicated at first glance. Please take your time to read through the document and become familiar with the requirements. We also recommended that you watch previous IPSF World Pole Sports Championship videos to gain more understanding about how other athletes use the Code of Points.

 

Code of Points training is available through the IPSF website. www.polesports.org/ipsf/document-policies/

+ Details

POLE SPORTS PROVINCIAL – GAUTENG DETAILS

Venue Address: TBC

 

Local host contact: 

Melanie – melanie@polesports.org.za

Bianca – technical@polesports.org

 

Date: 22 October 2017

Time: 11 a.m. TBC

 

Spectator Ticket Price:

R100 Adult

R50 Concessions (under 16yrs or over 65yrs)

 

Athlete Entry Fees

R160 per athlete

R250 per duet entry

+ Entry Form

Gauteng Provincials 2017 - SOLO ENTRY

    Competitors Details

 

Verification

 

Gauteng Provincials 2017 - DOUBLES ENTRY

    Competitor 1

  • Competitor 2

  • Other Information

    Legalities

 

Verification

 
+ Downloads

Download Singles Tech Bonus Form 2016/2017

Download Provincials Gauteng 2017

Download Doubles Tech Bonus Form 2016/2017

Download Compulsory Form 2016/2017

Download Bronze Division Only Document

Download IPSF Code of Points 2016/2017

+ Key Dates

KEY DATES – GAUTENG POLE SPORTS PROVINCIAL

  • Entry and payment closing date is 6 October 2017 (entry forms online www.polesports.org.za)
  • Music files and Compulsory Forms must be submitted by email/dropbox by 13 October 2017, info@polesports.org.za. Please note that Bronze Division has a different Compulsory Move Score from than all other divisions!
  • Event Date Sunday 22 October 2017
+ Poles

POLES FOR THE POLE SPORTS PROVINCIAL

The event will be taking place in a pole fitness studio. The poles are fixed at the top and the bottom.

The spinning pole is placed on the right hand side and the static pole on the left hand side of the stage from the spectators view. Doubles category athletes must use one spinning and one static pole in the same configuration as in single categories. The poles are 4m high and 45mm poles. The poles are set 3m apart and the distance between the wall and the pole is 2m on each side.

+ Rules

RULES, REGULATIONS AND ETHICAL CODE OF CONDUCT

As stipulated in the SAPSF/IPSF Rules & Regulations document.

Please refer to additional documentation. Please email info@polesports.org.za if you do not have these documents.