IPSF Apparatus Norms

As part of becoming a recognised sport the International Pole & Aerial Sports Federation is committed to increasing safety and continuity within pole and aerial sports. The IPSF has created a programme of certification that will be developed over the next three years in order to test and improve the safety of equipment required at all IPSF competitions and events.


The document outlines the IPSF Apparatus Norm's for Pole and Aerial Sports for the competitive year 2022 which begins on 1st Oct 2021. These include both pole and truss specification for the coming year. Please be advised that all IPSF recognised competitions will be required to use the IPSF Apparatus Norms for all competitions in 2022. This includes using the pole, hoop, aerial pole and truss specifications listed. If you have any questions regarding the IPSF Apparatus Norms please contact us.

IPSF Apparatus Norms 2022
Specifications for all IPSF recognised competitions for the competitive year 2022. This is an open working document.
IPSF Apparatus Norms 2022_vF.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.3 MB]
Pole Name Certificate No    Start Date     End Date         Area Covered
SunPole 001 17/08/2019 27/10/22 Global
Toppole 005 01/10/18 01/10/21 Global
Lupit 006 20/11/19 27/10/22 Global
Hoop Name Certificate No    Start Date     End Date         Area Covered
Circus Concepts   001 07/01/2019 07/01/2022 Global
The Pole 002 02/02/2019 02/02/2022 Global
X-Pole 003 20/02/2019 20/02/2022 Global
Piramida Center 004 07/05/209 07/05/2022 National
Circus Pro 005 10/05/2019 10/05/2019 National

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