Pole Sports, the IPSF’s flagship discipline and foundation to Pole in the Olympics:
Created and evolving in strict accordance with SportAccord and the International Olympic Committee criteria, Pole Sports is now in its 6th year at the World Pole
Sport Championships. With more than 3000 athletes worldwide competing in regionals, nationals and opens throughout each year and expanding exponentially in terms of competitors, countries, continents
and fans, this enthralling sport culminates each year at World Championships where elite athletes from across the globe compete for the Gold Medal and the coveted title of World Pole Sports Champion
in categories ranging in ages from 10 to 65, and in divisions including Men’s, Women’s and Doubles, Youth, Masters and Para Pole.
This flagship discipline includes artistic elements but is based more heavily on athleticism and technical merit, and judged by an original Code of Points in line
with other Olympic standard sports such as gymnastics, diving, and ice skating.
Qualification by attending a national or open championships (all IPSF competitions host an Open) Check out the
national championships here
For more information on the World Pole Sports Championships and World Pole Weekend, visit the WPSC2017 page
You can view the Pole Sports Code of Points here