Disciplines 

SPORT - ARTISTIC  - ULTRA - PARA 

Pole Sports

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 diving, ice skating and gymnastics.

Ultra Pole

The exhilarating Ultra Pole, was designed to encourage innovation, embolden creativity, elevate freedom of expression, and escalate ultimate athleticism to attract the most radical and innovative athletes yet. Judged by the Freestyle Rules, Ultra Pole is an ultimate trick battle enabling the athlete to trick out against other competitors in battle style rounds.

Artistic Pole

The highly anticipated Artistic Pole first debuted during the 2016/2017 competition season with Federations and Endorsed Competitions ramping up inclusion of this more artistic version of Pole in their National and Regional competitions.

Para Pole

Para Pole has been developed in line with Paralympic criteria to now include 3 categories, muscle, limb and sight deficiency.

 

Aerial Hoop

Aerial Hoop Sports was introduced in 2019 as a new discipline within the IPSF family. With his own unique Code of Points fully inline with our other documents.

 

Artistic Hoop

The highly anticipated Artistic Hoop first debuted during the 2019/2020 competition season with Federations and Endorsed Competitions inclusion of this more artistic version of Hoop in their National and Regional competitions.

Aerial Pole

New for 2022 the introduction of Aerial Pole or Flying pole will see pole athletes manipulating a suspended pole around the stage, adding a new twist to an exsisting apparatus.

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