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KENGURU PRO STREET WORKOUT WORLD CUP 2017

OFFICIAL COMPETITION REGULATIONS

                                            APPROVED BY the Management Board of the

                                                     World Street Workout & Calisthenics Federation

                                                     On January 23, 2017, in Riga, Latvia

KENGURU PRO STREET WORKOUT WORLD CUP 2017

REGULATIONS

The following regulations (“Regulations”) of the Kenguru Pro Street Workout World Cup 2017 competitions (“Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017”) have been made by the World Street Workout & Calisthenics Federation (“Federation”) in cooperation with its member organizations. These Regulations are meant  for the organizations and persons which are organizing each stage (each of them – “Stage”) of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 (“Organizers”) and street workout athletes wanting to apply and participate (“Applicants”) and actually participating (“Participants”) in any stage of the of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017. These Regulations are meant only for the use of the addressees to ensure the organization of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017. Any use, disclosure or copying of these Regulations in whole or in part not in accordance with their intended purpose is prohibited under the applicable law and requires prior express consent of the Federation.

I GENERAL TERMS

1. STAGES AND DATES OF THE KENGURU PRO WORLD CUP 2017

1.1 STAGE 1: Date: May 6th, 2017. Place: Johannesburg, South Africa. Organizer:South African Street Workout Association and the Federation. Contact information: Smith Mangena, e-mail: smithmangena@africare.co.za, phone: +27782852104

1.2 STAGE 2: Date: May 20th, 2017. Place: Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Organizer: Taiwanese Street Workout Organization “Street Workout Taiwan” and the Federation. Contact information: Fuday Kati (Daniel), e-mail: 1.Personal: fkakitaan@gmail.com , 2.Official: sw.worldcuptaiwan@gmail.com , phone: +886-98822271

1.3 STAGE 3: Date: June 10th, 2017. Place: Guadalajara, Mexico. Organizer: Mexican Street Workout Organization “Muscle up’’ and the Federation. Contact information: Aldo Domingo Raygoza Salazar, e-mail: aldo.raygoza@hotmail.com

1.4 STAGE 4: Date: June 17th, 2017. Place: Jurmala, Latvia. Organizer: Latvian Street Workout Association “LIVSB’’ and the Federation. Maris Slezins, e-mail: maris.slezins@gmail.com, phone:  +37126332884

1.5 STAGE 5: Date: July 3rd, 2017. Place: Minsk, Belarus. Organizer: Belarus Street Workout Association and the Federation. Contact information: Vladimir Rolich, e-mail: Lynf.88@gmail.com, phone: +375 29 3235732

1.6 STAGE 6: Date: July 9th, 2017. Place: Le Port, Reunion Island. Organizer: Reunion Island Street Workout Organization ’’Bek la barre – Street workout Reunion’’ and the Federation. Contact information: Jean-Pierre Graziani, e-mail: assobeklabarre@yahoo.com

1.7 STAGE 7: Date: July, 2017. Place: Bydgoszcz, Poland. Organizer: Polish Street Workout Organization “Calisthenics Academy” and the Federation. Contact information: E-mail: jordanogorzelski@gmail.com

1.8 STAGE 8: Date: July, 2017. Place: Eastbourne, the United Kingdom. Organizer: The United Kingdom Street Workout Organization “CalisthenicsUK” and the Federation. Contact information: Jase Robinson, e-mail: jase@streetworkoutuk.com, phone: +447557275445

1.9 STAGE 9: (EXTRA STAGE) Street Workout World Championship 2017, which is included in the overall rankings of the SW World Cup 2017 stages. Date: July 29th, 2017. Place: Moscow, Russia. Organizer: The Federation and Moscow State Sport Department (MOSCOMSPORT).

1.10 STAGE 10: Date: July 29th/30th, 2017. Place: Rome, Italy. Organizer: Italian Street Workout Organization “RadarBarz’’ and the Federation. Contact information: Daniel Jose Cirilli, e-mail: daniel.cirilli@gmail.com

1.11 STAGE 11: Date: July/August, 2017. Place: Chile. Organizer: Local organization and the Federation. Contact information: Felipe Antonio Grez Larrain, e-mail: felipegrezlarrain@gmail.com , phone: +56981971971

1.12 STAGE 12: Date: August, 2017. Place: Marseilles, France. Organizer: Kenguru Pro France and the Federation.

1.13 STAGE 13: Date: August, 2017. Place: Hong Kong. Organizer: Hong Kong Street Workout Organization “Street Workout Hong Kong” and the Federation. Contact information: Kevin Lee, e-mail: kevinlee.hkg@gmail.com, phone: +85266242885

1.14 STAGE 14: Date: September, 2017. Place: Russia. Organizer: Russian Street Workout Federation and the Federation.

1.15 STAGE 15: Date: September, 2017. Place: Cairo, Egypt. Organizer: Egyptian Street Workout Organization “Bar PharaohZ’’ and the Federation. Contact information: Omar Khalid Gabaly, e-mail: Omark.elgabaly@gmail.com, phone: +201117242703

1.16 STAGE 16: Date: September 9th, 2017. Place: Nitra, Slovakia. Organizer: Slovak Street Workout Team ”Street Workout Nitra – BarHeroes” and the Federation. Contact information: Ľuboš Kanás, e-mail: lubos.kanas@gmail.com , phone: +421902618904

1.17 STAGE 17: Date: September/October, 2017. Place: Madrid, Spain. Organizer: Spanish Street Workout and Calisthenics Federation “FESWC’’ and the Federation. Contact information: Nordin Elyemlahy, e-mail: nordinmaghrebi@gmail.com, phone: +34684079978

1.18 STAGE 18: Date: October 7th/8th, 2017. Place: Lahti, Finland. Organizer: Finnish Street Workout Organization “BarStarzz Finland’’ and the Federation. Contact information: Tomi Rainer Johannes Vuorinen, e-mail: tomi.r.vuorinen@gmail.com , phone: +358405191516

1.19 STAGE 19: Date: October, 2017. Place: Portugal. Organizer: Portuguese Street Workout Association and the Federation. Contact information: Stanislav Nosov, e-mail: bragaworkout@gmail.com ,  phone: +351968243009

1.20 SUPER FINAL: Date: December 2nd, 2017. Place: Organizer: Caribbean Street Workout Organization “Fédération Caribéenne de Street Workout & Calisthénics” and the Federation.

 

2. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

2.1 It is logical that there has to be a limit for the number of Participants participating in each Stage of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017, because the Organizers have to be able to organize the event during the time when viewers still have continuous interest in the competition.

2.2 That is why the optimal number of Participants in each Stage of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 is sixteen (16).

2.3 The maximum number of Participants allowed to participate in each Stage of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 is thirty (30).

3. RULES FOR THE SELECTION OF PARTICIPANTS

3.1 Athletes from all around the world are allowed to apply and participate in any Stage of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017. The Applicants must have legal rights to travel and enter the organizing country.

3.2 To maintain interest of local viewers about the event, the Organizers of each Stage can gather local athletes – 30% or more of the total number of Participants.

3.3 A Stage can be recognized as a valid Stage of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017, if the number of local athletes participating is not more than 80% of the total number of Participants in the Stage.

3.4 Local athletes, participating in a Stage, must be chosen objectively by the Organizer of the Stage; the choice must not be based on personal interests, favours or any other privileges. The athletes should be chosen based on the previous achievements and championship results, which will guarantee that the strongest athletes will participate.

3.5 The Applicants without any previous experience in street workout competitions have a chance to apply by participating in a video contest:

3.5.1 To apply each Applicant has to send a two (2) minutes long video to the Federation’s e-mail address: office@wswcf.org. The Federation will promptly forward the application video to the right Organizer.

3.5.2 The number of Participants that can be selected with the video contest for a Stage of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 is not limited (except if stated otherwise in Clause 2.3. above).

3.5.3 The Participants will be chosen depending on the quality of their performance in the submitted videos, which will give an opportunity for young, highly talented, but inexperienced athletes to show their abilities in the international arena.

3.5.4 The selected Participants have to cover their own travel and living costs.

3.6 Other international Participants for each Stage of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 will be carefully chosen by the particular Organizer with the help of the Federation if needed.

3.7 Participants will be chosen largely based on their popularity and achievements; athletes with previous achievements in street workout, as well as those able to financially cover their travel, living and other costs (with personal or sponsor’s / supporter’s funding) will be preferred.

4. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE APPLICATION VIDEOS

4.1 Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 is organized with limited financial resources and so the travel, accommodation and other costs for Participants will not be covered. Considering that, to attract future financial supporters, each Stage of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 must be superb and luxurious in terms of athletes’ performance and only the best athletes from around the world may participate.

4.2 The Organizers and the Federation will not reply to any letters or applications, if they do not contain properly made application videos.

4.3 The selection of Participants by evaluating the application videos in each Stage of Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 is not only for selecting Participants, but also giving a chance for young athletes to show what they can do. These Applicants must be strong athletes with serious attitude towards street workout sport and have enough financial resources to cover their personal participation costs.

4.4 These requirements must be followed very precisely:

4.4.1 Application video must be two (2) minutes long.

4.4.2 The video must include static elements, dynamic elements and combinations of elements.

4.4.3 The video must be filmed in one piece and must show continuous performance of the Applicant. It is forbidden to edit the video and/or put together several pieces of video.

4.4.4 The video must be named: “Kenguru Pro Street Workout World Cup 2017 Try-out”.

4.4.5 These links of the Federation’s social accounts must be in the video’s description (comments):

Website: http://www.wswcf.org

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WSWCF

Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/WSWCFofficial

Instagram page: @wswcf #wswcf

4.5 Videos, which will not fit the requirements in Clause 4.4.4., will not be evaluated.

4.6 Following all the application video requirements does not mean that the Applicant will participate in any of the Stages of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017. The Organizers will evaluate each video application, but the final decisions will be made by the Organizers, considering their financial resources.

5. COVERING OF PARTICIPATION COSTS AND SIMILAR REQUIREMENTS

5.1 Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 is organized with limited financial resources and so each Participant, who has covered all his personal participation costs, has the right to participate in the competition wearing personalized sponsor’s / supporter’s attributes (T-shirts, caps, trousers, etc.); but, it is forbidden to advertise alcohol, tobacco or gambling businesses.

5.2 The Participants, who are sponsored by the Organizer, must participate in the competition wearing T-shirts with logos and advertisements provided by the Organizer for 80% and more of the time, while performing on the stage. The T-shirt can be removed to show the Participant’s body to the viewers, but it is forbidden to wear any other branded attributes or other T-shirts, or place logos or advertisements on the body. In the competition place, while not performing, the Participants can wear any clothing they think comfortable, but without any logos or advertisements (except for logos of the Participant’s team). The rules in this Clause have to be followed if no different instructions are given to the Participants by the Organizer of the Stage.

5.3 If a Participant has received travel support from an organisation(s) and did not go to a Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 Stage or the Super Final, the Participant has to fully refund the lost travel costs in one month’s time or the Participant will be disqualified from competitions for five (5) years.

5.4 All Participants traveling to Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 Stages or the Super Final have got to have enough money with them to return back home, if they have been late for the flight or a serious situation happens. Or there has to be a person back home who can help the Participant solve the problem without interrupting the work of the Organizers. Federation and other Organizers are not responsible in such cases.

6. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PARTICIPANTS

6.1 Each Participant must have a valid health insurance (covered personally or financed by a sponsor / supporter, etc.).

6.2 Each Participant must take full responsibility for his health and is personally responsible for his actions and their possible consequences during competition and free time.

6.3 If a Participant qualifies for participation in the Super Final, but for any personal reason is unable to go to the Super Final, his participation will be cancelled and, if possible, the right to participate will be offered to the next Participant in the reserve list which is mentioned in the Clause 10.2. If the Participant knows that he will not get to the competition (for planned or unplanned reasons), the Participant must contact the Federation, the Organizer of the Stage that the Participant qualified from and the Organizer of the Super Final as soon as possible.

6.4 Participants who are under the age of 18 must be able to travel alone without an adult companion.

6.5 The Participants must have at least basic knowledge of English to communicate with the Organizers.

6.6 To participate in any of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 Stages, Applicants have to have a valid international travel passport that they have to show when registrating for the competitions.

7. RULES OF COMPETITION

7.1 Each Participant in a Stage is normally given one (1) qualification round to show his best performance.

7.2 The order of the Participants will be selected by lottery before each Stage of Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 by the Organizer of that Stage and must be revealed on the competition day one (1) hour or more before the beginning of the competition.

7.2.1 The maximum performance time for each Participant in the qualification round is three (3) minutes.

7.2.2 After the first round, the best ten (10) athletes, who had the highest score, go to the second round.

7.3 The second round is a “1 vs 1 battle” round. The Participant with the highest score in the first round competes for six (6) minutes with the Participant with the lowest score in the first round. Five pairs – 1st vs 10th, 2nd vs 9th, 3rd vs 8th, 4th vs 7th and 5th vs 6th.

7.3.1 The maximum performance time for each Participant in the second (1 vs 1) round is three (3) minutes. These three minutes are divided in two one and half (1.5) minute performances by each Participant. One by one, each of the two Participants perform two times with one and half (1.5) minutes long performances, replacing each other.

7.3.2 Participant with the higher result in the qualification round chooses who starts the second (1 vs 1) round.

7.3.3 When Participants are switching places after a performance, then (10) seconds can be used to prepare or hype up the crowd.

7.4 The third round is the final “group battle” round of the competition were all five (5) winners of the second round have to perform on the stage together. Each Participant will have four (4) performances, which each will be forty-five (45) seconds long, to show the best performance. All five Participants perform one after another (5th, 4th, 3rd, 2nd and 1st), each using the 45 seconds and allowing the next Participant to perform. The third round is finished after fifteen (15) minutes.

7.4.1 Participants’ performance order depends on the previous round. The first Participant is the best of the first “1 vs 1” battle round pair, the second Participant is the best of the second “1 vs 1” battle round pair, the third Participant is the best of the third “1 vs 1” battle round pair, the fourth Participant is the best of the fourth “1 vs 1” battle round pair and, finally, the fifth Participant is the best of the fifth “1 vs 1” battle round pair.

7.4.2 When Participants are switching places after a performance, then (10) seconds can be used to prepare or hype up the crowd.

7.5 Each Participant can perform with his own music in the first and (if qualified) in the second round. The music must be sent to the special e-mail address given by the Organizer of the Stage. The music must be sent to the Organizer seven (7) or more days before the competition so the DJ has time to prepare a playlist. The application of the music sent by e-mail must have the name of the song, the name of the artist, the name of the album, the album’s publication year and the publisher, the order number of the song in the album. No music will be accepted at the competition place. The Participants who will not have sent their own music will perform with the music chosen by the DJ.

7.6 DJ will choose the music for the third round.

7.7 The Participants can perform any street workout elements to amaze the viewers and to get more points for the performance.

7.8 The Participants can use gloves, additional weights and other elements, which make the athlete’s performance better and more attractive to the viewers.

7.9 Only in the first round the Participants can use the help of another Participant when performing one (1) element, but during the remaining performance time the Participant must be alone on the stage.

7.10 It is forbidden to perform insulting or offensive actions or use insulting or offensive gestures and attributes towards other Participants, judges or viewers. It is forbidden to perform elements which have high risk of serious injury or death of the Participant or other persons.

7.11 Any kind of national or racial hatred is categorically forbidden.

7.12 Dress-code. Street workout sport is different from classical or sports gymnastics and so the Participants must show not only a good performance, but also a good choice of clothing and footwear. The requirements for the clothing and footwear:

7.12.1 Participants must wear closed-toe shoes. Gymnastic shoes are not allowed.

7.12.2 Participants must wear long trousers or shorts that are not shorter than 5 cm above the knees. Jogging shorts or gymnastic shorts are not allowed.

7.12.3 Tight-fitting gymnastics shorts are not allowed.

7.12.4 The Participants are allowed to use special costumes that fit the theme of their performance to make it more attractive (e.g. James Bond, Batman, Zorro, etc.).

7.12.5 Any tight-fitting gymnastic suits are not allowed.

7.13 In any Stage and during any round of a competition, any of the winners or Participants can be asked to take a doping test according to the international regulations and requirements of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). By participating in a Stage of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017, the Participants permanently agree to take anti-doping tests when asked.

7.14 If the results of an anti-doping test are positive, the guilty Participant will be banned from participating in official street workout events for two (2) years.

8. REQUIREMENTS FOR JUDGES AND PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT

8.1 In each Stage of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017, there have to be four (4) judges.

8.2 A judge must have high moral standards, must be objective when making decisions and must have no conflicts of interest. Judges should not belong to any street workout team or organization participating in the competition to avoid non-objective judging in favour of a team / organization.

8.3 The 1st, 2nd and 3rd judge(s), mentioned in Clauses 8.8.1., 8.82 and 8.8.3. must be well recognized and respected individuals in the street workout community, who have helped to organize or develop the street workout sport in their countries or internationally. The judges must be selected according to their real and confirmable work (that is a judge is working with youth, leading or helping a street workout movement) and not only by their public image created by themselves in the social networks.

8.4 The 4th judge(s), mentioned in Clause 8.6.4., must be clearly informed that the event is an international competition and that the judge cannot judge subjectively in favour of the local athletes from judge’s side, except if the athletes are objectively better than the foreign athletes participating in the competition.

8.4.1 The 4th judge judges only in the first (1st) round of competitions, because in the first round the style and acting matters more, because the athletes have prepared the performance before the competitions. The 4th judge can give the same amount of points as other judges, because style is equally important in the first round of competitions.

8.5 Judges cannot participate in the competition or help in a Participant’s performance.

8.6 In the first (1st) and the third (3rd) round, each judge will evaluate the performance of a Participant by giving a mark from “0” to “5” points (Participant with more points will have performed better).

8.7 In the second (2nd) round (battle round), each judge will evaluate the performance of both Participants by giving the mark of “1” point only to one of them.

8.8 Each judge will be responsible for evaluating only one (1) part of the Participant’s performance:

8.8.1 Static elements’ judge. The first (1st) judge will give marks from “1” to “5” points in the first and the third round only for the static elements. In the second round after the Participants No. 1 or No. 2 have ended performing the judge must give the mark of “1” point only to one of the Participants and only for the static elements. If a Participant does not perform any static elements in any of the rounds, the judge must give the performance the mark of “0” points. This judge must be known as an expert in static elements, knowing all details and difficulties.

8.8.1.1 In the first and the third round, the static elements’ judge may give a mark of up to “1.5” points maximum if the Participant in one round has shown only one (1) perfect static move.

8.8.1.2 In the first and the third round the static elements’ judge may give a mark of up to “3” points maximum if the Participant in one round has shown only two (2) perfect static moves.

8.8.1.3 In the first and the third round the static elements’ judge may give a mark of up to “5” points maximum if the Participant in one round has shown at least three (3) perfect static moves.

Static elements are holds (not less than 3 seconds) and slow-motion power and strength moves, for example, planche, human flag, front lever, back lever, slow muscle-up, etc.

8.8.2 Dynamic elements’ judge. The second (2nd) judge. This category is divided in two sub categories: (1) dynamic strength and (2) dynamic acrobatics. The second judge will give marks from “1” to “5” points in the first and the third round only for dynamic elements. In the second round after the Participants No. 1 or No. 2 have ended performing the judge must give the mark of “1” point only to one of the Participants and only for the dynamic elements. If a Participant does not perform any dynamic elements in any of the rounds, the judge must give the performance the mark of “0” points. This judge must be known as an expert in dynamic elements, knowing all details and difficulties.

8.8.2.1 In the first and the third round, the dynamic elements’ judge may give a mark of up to “2.5” points maximum if the Participant in one round has shown only dynamic strength moves.

8.8.2.2 In the first and the third round, the dynamic elements’ judge may give a mark of up to “2.5” points maximum if the Participant in one round has shown only dynamic acrobatic moves.

8.8.2.3 In the first and the third round, the dynamic elements’ judge may give a mark of up to “5” points maximum if the Participant in one round has shown dynamic strength and dynamic acrobatic moves.

Dynamic strength elements are muscle-ups, one arm pull-ups, handstand push-ups, etc.

Dynamic acrobatic elements are all spins, flips and other elements which mainly need momentum.

8.8.3 Move combinations’ judge. The third (3rd) judge will give marks from “1” to “5” points in the first and the third round only for combination of moves and elements. In the second round after the Participants No. 1 or No. 2 have ended performing the judge must give the mark of “1” point only to one of the Participants and only for the combination of moves and elements. If a Participant does not perform any combination of moves and elements in any of the rounds, the judge must give the performance the mark of “0” points. This judge has to be known as an expert in combinations or experienced in judging street workout freestyle events.

8.8.3.1 In the first and the third round, the combinations’ judge may give a mark of up to “1.5” points maximum if the Participant in one round has shown only static move combinations.

8.8.3.2 In the first and the third round, the combinations’ judge may give a mark of up to “1.5” points maximum if the Participant in one round has shown only dynamic move combinations.

8.8.3.3 In the first and the third round, the combinations’ judge may give a mark of up to “5” points maximum if the Participant within one round has shown at least two (2) mixed static and dynamic move combinations. Mixed combination is only accepted, if two (2) or more dynamic and two (2) or more static elements are performed within one combination.

Move combination is the flow of the Participant switching from one element to another element, without getting off the bars or stopping the routine on the floor. Move combinations’ judge must not evaluate individual static or dynamic moves and elements and their quality.

8.8.4 Style judge. The fourth (4th) judge will give marks from “1” to “5’’ points in the first round only for the style / attraction / choreography and creativity of a Participant. If the Participant shows no style / attraction / choreography or creativity, the judge must give the performance the mark of “0” points. This judge can be selected from outside the street workout sport, for example, famous local actors, musicians, sportsmen, etc. This judge will represent the interests of the part of the public that does not know much about the street workout moves and elements and their difficulty. Style judge is only judging in the first (1st) round of competitions, because in the first round the style and acting matters more, because the athletes have prepared the performance before the competitions. The 4th judge can give the same amount of points as other judges, because style is equally important in the first round of competitions.

8.9 Each judge in the first and the third round must use all of the marks (points) according to what is mentioned in the regulations below. All of the marks: “0”; “0.5”; “1”; “1.5”; “2”; “2.5”; “3”; “3.5”; “4”; “4.5”; “5” points.

8.10 If a Participant in the first and the third round has performed only good quality static elements, but has not performed any dynamic elements or combinations of moves and elements, then the Participant may get a mark of up to “5” points maximum only from the static elements’ judge. The other two judges must give the mark of “0” points.

8.11 If a Participant in the first and the third round has performed only good quality dynamic elements, but has not performed any static elements or combinations of moves and elements, then he may get a mark of up to “5” points maximum only from the dynamic elements’ judge. The other two judges must give the mark of “0” points.

8.12 If a Participant in the first and the third round has performed good quality static and dynamic elements, but has not performed any combinations of moves and elements, he may get a mark of up to “5” points maximum from both the static and dynamic elements’ judges. The move combinations’ judge must give the mark of “0” points.

8.13 If a Participant in the first and the third round has performed only good quality static elements and combinations of moves and elements, but has not performed any dynamic elements, then he may get a mark of up to “5” points maximum from both the static elements’ and move combinations’ judges. The dynamic elements’ judge must give the mark of “0” points.

8.14 If a Participant in the first and the third round has performed only good quality dynamic elements and combinations of moves and elements, but has not performed any static elements, then he may get a mark of up to “5” points maximum from both the dynamic elements’ and move combinations’ judges. The static elements’ judge must give the mark of “0” points.

8.15 Neither the 1st, 2nd, nor the 3rd judge(s) can give the maximum mark (“5” points) for a Participant’s performance in the first and the third round, if the Participant in that round has had a failure (also known as “mistake”).

8.15.1 The Participant can get the maximum mark of “4.5” points from each of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd judge(s), if in his performance in one of the rounds the   Participant had one (1) failure.

8.15.2 The Participant can only get the maximum mark of “4” points from each of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd judge(s), if in his performance in one of the rounds the   Participant had two (2) or more failures.

Starting from now, only falling from the bars with both hands or partly falling from the bars, with one hand still attached to the bar, will be considered as failure. All other failures, except those that were mentioned before, are considered as “bad form” of elements and have to be considered by the judge of the particular category and will no longer be defined as failures.

8.16 Neither the 1st, 2nd, nor the 3rd judge(s) may give the maximum mark (“5” points) for a Participant’s performance in the first and the third round, if in one of those rounds the Participant has repeated an element.

8.16.1 The Participant can obtain the maximum mark of “4.5” points from each of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd judge(s), if during his performance in a particular round he has repeated an element only one (1) time.

8.16.2 The Participant can only obtain the maximum mark of “4” points from each of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd judge(s), if during his performance in a particular      round he has repeated an element(s) for two (2) or more times.

Points will not be reduced for front lever and back lever, if elements are performed next after front lever in combination with front lever with one hand, or they are combined in a completely different routine as only 1 element out of minimum of 3 elements. It is the same with the back lever.

8.17 If a Participant does not follow the requirements in Clause 7. of these Regulations, the Participant will get the mark of “0” points from all judges in that round.

8.18 The judges cannot give final marks for the first round before the last Participant has finished his performance (that is before the judges have seen the performances of all Participants in the first round). The judges must write notes during the first round, but can give the final marks only after the first round is completed. This way the evaluation and marks will be more accurate and objective. It is not the same with the second round.

8.19 Each judge will give marks to Participants in the first round and then the marks will be summed up. At the end of the first round, ten (10) athletes with the highest sums of points will qualify for the second round (battle round).

8.20 Each judge will give marks to Participants in the first round and then the marks will be summed up. At the end of each battle in the second round, the athlete with the highest sum of points from each Participant pair will qualify for the third round.

8.21 Points that were received in the first and second round do not mean anything in the final round. The first and the second round are just qualification rounds for the final round and do not mean anything in the final round. The winners of a final round are the ones with the highest score of the best five (5) athletes; other Participants’ results are: “Did not qualify for the final”.

8.22 Before a competition, each judge will be given judging sheets which will have everything that is needed to help in the judges’ work. The necessary amount of the judging sheets will be prepared by the Federation and given to the Organizers, while preparing for a Stage.

8.23 Before a competition, all the judges must get read the regulations of the competition and must confirm their agreement to the regulations with their signature.

8.24 In case of identical scores (equal sum of points received by two or more Participants) the judges will together democratically decide the winner by giving constructive arguments.

8.25 All the marks given by the judges have to be published immediately after the results are ready.

9. COMPLAINTS ABOUT JUDGING

9.1 Complaints will be accepted only if there is suspicion of dishonest (too high) evaluation, by the 1st, 2nd or 3rd judge giving advantage to the Participants who did not show their best performance. Complaints about too low evaluations will not be accepted because a judge has the right to give low marks for, in his opinion, a performance which is not good enough.

9.2 The complaints must be sent in a written format to the special representative of the Federation no later than one (1) hour after the competition results are revealed.

9.3 The complaints will be reviewed, if there will be three (3) or more complaints given by three (3) or more different Participants about the same judge. By looking through the videos of the performances of the Participants, it will be determined if the complaints are valid.

9.4 If evidence is found for the complaint that a judge has subjectively given a higher mark to a Participant but not to others, the judge will be forbidden to judge in official street workout competitions organized by the Federation for two (2) years.

9.5 If the complaint about the 1st, 2nd or 3rd judge(s) reveals a violation of these Regulations, the results of the competition will not be changed, only the judge will be forbidden from judging in competitions. This will protect the judges and Organizers from false accusations.

9.6 If the complaint about the 4th judge reveals a violation of these Regulations, the points given to the Participant by the judge will be erased.

10. RULES FOR SELECTION OF PARTICIPANTS FOR THE SUPER FINAL

10.1 In each Stage of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 the best two (2) Participants, who have obtained the highest scores from the judges, will automatically get the right to participate in the Super Final. The travel costs of the first place winner will be sponsored by the Super Final Organizers. Second place winner can participate in the Super Final, if he can cover all the travels costs.

10.2 In each Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 Stage, the Participants who got the second (2nd), third (3rd) or further place will be on the reserve list and may get the right to participate in the Super Final if any of the selected Participants (or Participants in the reserve list before the particular candidate) lose the right to participate as it is mentioned in the Clause 6.3.

10.3 The Participant who has qualified for the Super Final can legally participate in the Super Final only after signing the Participation Contract with the Federation.

11. VIEWERS’ CHOICE AWARD

11.1 Depending on the Stage, there can be a Viewers’ Choice Award (possibly named after the local general sponsor of the Stage):

11.1.1 The format of the Viewers’ Choice Award will be made by each Organizer of a Stage of the Kenguru Pro Street Workout World Cup 2017 with their own insights and resources.

11.1.2 The Viewers’ Choice Award will be given to the Participant who gets the most viewers’ votes or receives the loudest ovations from the viewers, which will be measured with a special sound level meter.

11.1.3 The Viewers’ Choice Award will not change the judges’ evaluations and it will not give the Participants the right to participate in the Super Final.

11.1.4 The Viewers’ Choice Award gives a Participant a title that can be used in the future career (The Winner of the Viewers’ Choice Award of the Kenguru pro Street Workout World Cup stage 2017).

12. BEST TRICK CONTEST

12.1 Depending on the Stage, there can be a “Best Trick Contest” (possibly named after the local general sponsor of the particular Stage):

12.1.1 The format of the “Best Trick Contest” will be made by each Organizer of a Stage of the Kenguru Pro Street Workout World Cup 2017 with their own insights and resources.

12.1.2 The Award of “Best Trick Contest” will be given to the Participant who gets the loudest ovations from the viewers, which will be measured with a special sound level meter, for a move combination of 30 seconds maximum.

12.1.3 The “Best Trick Contest” Award will not change the judges’ evaluations and it will not give the Participants the right to participate in the Super Final.

12.1.4 The “Best Trick Contest” Award gives a Participant a title that can be used in the future career (The Winner of the “Best Trick Contest” Award of the Kenguru pro Street Workout World Cup stage 2017).

13. STREET WORKOUT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2017 IN MOSCOW, RUSSIA – A STAGE OF THE KENGURU PRO WORLD CUP 2017

13.1 The best three (3) Participants of the Street Workout Freestyle World Championship 2017 in Moscow will get the right to participate in the Super Final.

13.2 The travel costs to the Super Final for the winner of the Street Workout Freestyle World Championship 2017 in Moscow will be covered by the Super Final Organizers. The 2nd and 3rd place winners have to cover the travel costs to the Super Final themselves.

13.3 If it turns out that any of the top three (3) winners of the Street Workout Freestyle World Championship 2017 has already got the right to participate in the Super Final from any of the previous Stages of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017, then the right to participate in the Super Final goes on to the Participant(s) with the next highest score (4th, 5th, 6th, etc.). If any of the best three (3) Participants of the Street Workout Freestyle World Championship 2017 gets the 1st or 2nd place in any other Stage of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017, which gives the right to participate in the Super Final, then the right to participate in the Super Final is given to the next Participant with the highest score of that Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 Stage.

13.4 The competition rules of the World Championship are different from the competition rules in these Regulations.

14. THE GOOD THINGS ABOUT PARTICIPATING IN THE STAGES OF SW WORLD CUP 2017

14.1 The best one (1) or two (2) Participants of each Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 Stage and the best three (3) Participants of the Street Workout World Championship 2017 (which is also an Extra Stage of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017), will get the right to participate in the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 Super Final.

14.2 The Participant’s costs, which are connected to the participation in the Super Final (for example, traveling costs), for the 1st place winners will be covered by the Organizer of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 Super Final, all except visa costs, insurance costs and other personal costs, which have to be covered by the Participants themselves.

 

II SPECIFIC TERMS OF STREET WORKOUT WORLD CUP 2017 SUPER FINAL

15. SPECIFIC RULES OF COMPETITION

15.1 All winners of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 Stages and of the Street Workout World Championship 2017 will participate in a freestyle street workout battle competition in the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 Super Final. The competition rules that are mentioned in Clauses 7., 8. and 9. of these Regulations are used also in the Super Final.

15.2 The order of the Participants will be selected by lottery in a video by the Federation before the Super Final and the video will be put in the Federation’s internet resources.

16. SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS FOR JUDGES AND EVALUATION IN THE SUPER FINAL

16.1 The Organizer of the Super Final will choose three (3) independent judges, who are famous in the street workout community and have helped to organize and/or develop the street workout sport in their countries and/or internationally. These will be the 1st, 2nd and 3rd judge, as it is mentioned in Clauses 8.8.1., 8.8.2 and 8.8.3., and one (1) judge who will be the 4th judge as it is mentioned in the Clause 8.8.4.

16.2 All of the Super Final judges will use a marking system with “0” to “10” points, and that is why all the maximum point limits in the system of marks with points from “0” to “5”, as it is mentioned in these Regulations, will be multiplied by two (2).

16.3 The rules on making complaints about judging, as it is mentioned in Clause 9. of these Regulations, are used also in the Super Final.

17. GENERAL PRIZE FOR WINNING THE SUPER FINAL

17.1 Winner of the Super Final will get a special prize from Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 general sponsor company Kenguru Pro (kengurupro.eu). Prize is equipment from the Kenguru Pro indoor or outdoor catalogue. Prize amount will be known in July. Prize cannot be taken in cash. The equipment that will be chosen can be used for a public park named after the winner or used only for private needs.

18. OTHER PROVISIONS

18.1 The Federation in cooperation with the Organizers of Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 can modify or add to the specific rules of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017 Stages and the Super Final, if, in the reasonable opinion of the Federation, it becomes necessary or useful based on the observations and experience gained during the earlier Stages of the Kenguru Pro World Cup 2017.

On behalf of World Street Workout & Calisthenics Federation

Chairman of the Management Board                                                                                                   Maris Slezins