The name given to a group of skaters entered in a category. There may be one event per category or several events per category depending on the number of total entries. Each event is independent of the other events within the category.
Loss of control by a skater with the result that the majority of the skater's own body weight is on the ice being supported by any other part of the body other than the blades. e.g., hand(s), knee(s), back, buttock(s) or any part of the arm.
The time elapsed between the moment a competitor stops performing the program until the moment the competitor resumes performing the program.
An individual sixteen years of age or older who has been trained and appointed to officiate at or below a specified level of competition in one or more of singles, pairs, ice dance or synchronized skating.
The name given to a portion of an event. Some categories have two segments (e.g., short program and free program) and some categories have only one segment (e.g., Juvenile singles).
An individual sixteen years of age or older who identifies elements and levels of difficulty of elements in competition. The technical specialist will also identify falls and illegal elements. Technical specialists are qualified to act on panels at or below a specified level of competition in one or more of singles, pairs, ice dance or synchronized skating.
STAR 1-5 Video Resource Library
The STAR 1-5 Video Resource library is now available here - STAR 1-5 Video Library
Please note: Some images in the Toolkit are currently unavailable and will be uploaded within the next few weeks.
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