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2015-2016 Technical Clarification 11 Synchronized Skating - Odd number of skaters on a team

2015-2016 Technical Clarification #11

Synchronized Skating – teams with odd number of skaters -

December 10, 2015

 

This clarification has either been developed by Skate Canada or received from the ISU Technical Committees and/or Sports Directorate.  Any further official clarifications provided by the ISU after the date of this communication will take precedence and will be communicated via this website.

This season’s Program Requirements documents contain additional information. Please consult this document, the ISU website’s Questions and Answers and Technical Panel Handbooks and the clarifications below. If you still require clarification, please submit a Clarification Request.

 

Teams with odd number of skaters:

For teams with an odd number of skaters, features requiring an even number of skaters will not be options to attempt.  There is flexibility in the number of features to choose from, other features should be chosen in these cases.

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