World Pole Qualification Update 2018

 
Due to the unprecedented success of all of the IPSF National Competitions, we have been overwhelmed by the number of applications expected this year for World Pole Championships 2018. Many competitions have double and even tripled in participation. With this in mind, we would like to announce some changes to the qualifying criteria and the dates for the Worlds in order to help us manage the number of Elite athletes attending this event:
 
 
  • The first placed athlete in every elite category and division will automatically qualify for the World Pole Championships 2018.
 
  • The second placed athlete would have to meet a minimum score requirement in order to qualify for the World Pole Championships 2018. This score is dependent on whether the athlete is in one of the Established categories (highly subscribed and/or included for more than three years) or the Developing categories (Evolving categories or new categories under three years). Athletes in the Established categories must achieve a minimum score of 25 points to qualify, while athletes in the Developing categories must achieve a minimum score of 20 points. This only applies to Pole Sports.
 
Established categories are as follows:
  • - Novice Female
  • - Junior Female
  • - Senior Women
  • - Senior Men
  • - Doubles 18+
  • - Masters 40+ Women
 
Developing categories are as follows:
  • - Novice Male
  • - Junior Male
  • - Doubles Youth (Novice, Junior and Youth Mixed)
  • - Masters 40+ Men
  • - Masters 50+ (both Men and Women)
 
The dates for the worlds will also be extended:
12th July Registration and rehearsals
13th July Day Sports Evening Artistic
14th July Day Sports Evening Artistic
15th July Day Sports/Para Evening Ultra
16th July Day Workshops Evening Gala show
 
If you have any questions regarding qualification please email info@polesports.org

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