WESTERN CAPE POLE SPORTS PROVINCIAL 2018

Dear Pole Sports Athletes,

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

The Pole Sport Provincials were 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.

This event is a qualifier for the National Pole Sport Competition to be held in 2019.

DIVISIONS INCLUDED AT THE SAPSF POLE SPORTS PROVINCIAL

  • SAPSF Sport Division all age groups: Bronze (Beginner) and Silver (Intermediate).
  • IPSF Sport Division: Amateur, Professional, Elite.
  • You will need to read and apply the specifications according to your division. See the DOWNLOADS tab.

Bronze & Silver Divisions:

Th Bronze division is for new beginner level athletes and the Silver division is new Intermediate level athletes.

Men and Women (do not compete against each other) Find all Bronze and Silver Divisions scoring and routine requirements under the DOWNLOADS tab.

SAPSF Age Category
Age
Youth 6-14
Juniors 15-17
Seniors 18 – 39
Masters 40+

Masters 50+

40 – 49

50 +

 

IPSF Code of Points Divisions

Please visit DOWNLOADS TAB for the most current Code of Points.

Elite Divisions include the following Age Categories:
Senior, Junior and Master
Novice
Doubles
*Please Note: no Pre-Novice Category.

Professional Divisions include the following Age Categories:
Senior and Master
Doubles
*Please Note: no Pre-Novice Category, Novice or Junior category.

Amateur Divisions include the following Age Categories:
Senior, Junior, Pre-Novice, Novice and Master

Age breakdown:

IPSF Age Categories
Age
Pre-Novice

Novice

6-9

10-14

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/

WESTERN CAPE DETAILS

Venue: Pole Dance Cape Town

Date: 28 October 2018

Time: 13:00

Local host contact:
Julie – info@polesports.org.za

Spectator Ticket Price:
R100 Adult
R50 Concessions (under 16yrs or over 65yrs)

Athlete Entry Fees:
R160 per athlete
R250 per duet entry

Please email your proof of payment with your name & WCP as reference
FNB Northgate
SA Pole Sports Federation
Account number: 62444142351
Branch Code 256755

Poles:
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 3.5-4m high and 45mm Brass poles. The poles are set 2-3m apart and the distance between the wall and the pole is 1.5-2m on each side.

Key Dates:
Entry and payment closing date is 20 October 2018.
Music files must be submitted by email/dropbox by 20 October 2018, info@polesports.org.za.

WCape Pole Sports Provincials 2018 - Solo

    Competitors Details

 

Verification

 

WCape Pole Sports Provincials 2018 - Doubles

    Competitor 1

  • Competitor 2

  • Other Information

  • Legalities

 

Verification

 

Download BLANK Bronze and Silver Compulsory Form

Download BLANK IPSF Compulsory Form

Download BLANK IPSF Singles Tech Bonus Form

Download Provincials WC Info Pack 2018

Download BLANK IPSF Doubles Tech Bonus Form

Download IPSF 2018 Code of Points

Download Bronze and Silver Compulsory Information

Tickets are no longer available online, entry can be purchased at the event on the day.

R100 per person

About

WESTERN CAPE POLE SPORTS PROVINCIAL 2018

Dear Pole Sports Athletes,

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

The Pole Sport Provincials were 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.

This event is a qualifier for the National Pole Sport Competition to be held in 2019.

Divisions

DIVISIONS INCLUDED AT THE SAPSF POLE SPORTS PROVINCIAL

  • SAPSF Sport Division all age groups: Bronze (Beginner) and Silver (Intermediate).
  • IPSF Sport Division: Amateur, Professional, Elite.
  • You will need to read and apply the specifications according to your division. See the DOWNLOADS tab.

Bronze & Silver Divisions:

Th Bronze division is for new beginner level athletes and the Silver division is new Intermediate level athletes.

Men and Women (do not compete against each other) Find all Bronze and Silver Divisions scoring and routine requirements under the DOWNLOADS tab.

SAPSF Age Category
Age
Youth 6-14
Juniors 15-17
Seniors 18 – 39
Masters 40+

Masters 50+

40 – 49

50 +

 

IPSF Code of Points Divisions

Please visit DOWNLOADS TAB for the most current Code of Points.

Elite Divisions include the following Age Categories:
Senior, Junior and Master
Novice
Doubles
*Please Note: no Pre-Novice Category.

Professional Divisions include the following Age Categories:
Senior and Master
Doubles
*Please Note: no Pre-Novice Category, Novice or Junior category.

Amateur Divisions include the following Age Categories:
Senior, Junior, Pre-Novice, Novice and Master

Age breakdown:

IPSF Age Categories
Age
Pre-Novice

Novice

6-9

10-14

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

WESTERN CAPE DETAILS

Venue: Pole Dance Cape Town

Date: 28 October 2018

Time: 13:00

Local host contact:
Julie – info@polesports.org.za

Spectator Ticket Price:
R100 Adult
R50 Concessions (under 16yrs or over 65yrs)

Athlete Entry Fees:
R160 per athlete
R250 per duet entry

Please email your proof of payment with your name & WCP as reference
FNB Northgate
SA Pole Sports Federation
Account number: 62444142351
Branch Code 256755

Poles:
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 3.5-4m high and 45mm Brass poles. The poles are set 2-3m apart and the distance between the wall and the pole is 1.5-2m on each side.

Key Dates:
Entry and payment closing date is 20 October 2018.
Music files must be submitted by email/dropbox by 20 October 2018, info@polesports.org.za.

Entry Form

WCape Pole Sports Provincials 2018 - Solo

    Competitors Details

 

Verification

 

WCape Pole Sports Provincials 2018 - Doubles

    Competitor 1

  • Competitor 2

  • Other Information

  • Legalities

 

Verification

 
Downloads

Download BLANK Bronze and Silver Compulsory Form

Download BLANK IPSF Compulsory Form

Download BLANK IPSF Singles Tech Bonus Form

Download Provincials WC Info Pack 2018

Download BLANK IPSF Doubles Tech Bonus Form

Download IPSF 2018 Code of Points

Download Bronze and Silver Compulsory Information

Spectator Tickets

Tickets are no longer available online, entry can be purchased at the event on the day.

R100 per person