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Iulya
6th April 2009, 02:01
Cerinte dans original ( le-am luat pe cele din sezonul 08-09 ca cele pt anul viitor nu au aparut inca ...si s-ar putea sa apara ceva modificari)

One (1) Short Lift – but no more than two (2) lifts* (up to 6 seconds each)

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• Note: A couple may choose to skate either one or two lifts but the first performed lift ONLY will be identified and considered in determining the level of difficulty. Any type of lift may be used for the second lift and it may be performed without any requirements for the Level of difficulty provided that its duration is within permitted 6 seconds and it is not illegal. The second Lift will be considered by the Judges in marking the Choreography. However, if a third Lift is performed, it will be considered by the Technical Panel as an Extra Element.

Note: The following movements and/or poses during the lift are not allowed and will be called Illegal:
− lifting hand(s) of the lifting partner higher than his head*
− lying or sitting on the partner’s head
− sitting or standing on the partner’s shoulder, back
− sitting on partner’s boot(s)
− lifted partner in upside down split pose (with angle between thighs more than 45 degrees)**.
− lifting partner swinging the lifted partner around by holding the skate(s)/boot(s) or leg(s) only and/or by
holding the hand(s) with full arm extension by both partners.
*It is NOT considered as an illegal lift if:
- the point of contact of the lifting hand/arm of the lifting partner with any part of the body of the lifted partner is
not sustained higher than the lifting partner’s head;
- the lifting hand/arm which is used for support or balancing only or which touches any part of the body of the lifted
partner is not sustained by the lifting partner higher than his head for more than 2 seconds.
** A brief movement through an upside down split pose (with any angle between thighs) will be permitted if it is not
established (sustained) or if it is used only to change of pose.

Note: If the Lift does not fit to the phrasing of the music in the OD, the judges must reduce the GOE and the GOE must be in minus.
If the Lift does not reflect the character of the dance in the OD, the judges must reduce the GOE by 1 Grade.

One (1) Spin – but no more (Combination Spin is not permitted)

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Note: If the Spin does not fit to the phrasing of the music in the OD, the judges must reduce the GOE and the GOE must be in minus.
If the Spin does not reflect the character of the dance in the OD, the judges must reduce the GOE by 1 Grade.
If the Combination Spin is performed instead of the Spin, the Technical Panel will call this Combination Spin “No Level”.
Deduction of 1.0 will be made automatically by the computer.
Combined Spin and Lift is permitted. (If included, they are to be counted as separate elements: i.e. as one of the permitted Lifts
and one Dance Spin).

Two (2) Step Sequences:

One Midline Not Touching Step Sequence NOT incorporating the Sequential Twizzles

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Not Touching Step Sequence must incorporate mirror and/or matching footwork. Both partners may cross each other’s tracing(s)
and may switch from matching footwork to mirror and vice versa. The partners should remain as close together as possible, but they
must not touch. The distance between the skaters should generally not be more than 2 arms length apart.
Base Value for Midline Not Touching Step Sequence to be same as for Midline Step Sequence in Hold as described in
Communication 1400 page 7 paragraph a).5

AND
One Step Sequence in hold selected from:

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b) Diagonal: skated as fully corner to corner as possible;
OR
b) Circular (clockwise or anticlockwise): utilizing the full width of the ice surface on the short axis of the rink;
Note: Base Value for Diagonal Step Sequence to be same as for Circular Step Sequence as described in Communication 1400 page
7 paragraph c).
The Step Sequence should be skated in dance holds or variations thereof except Hand-in Hand hold in the sustained position with fully extended arms. Any separation to change a hold must not exceed one measure of music.
For both Step Sequences (Not Touching and in Hold): lifts, jumps of more than ½ rotation, stops, dance spins, pirouettes, pattern regressions and loops must not be included in either step sequence.
Note: If the Step Sequence is not skated with the rhythm pattern of the music in the OD, the judges must reduce the GOE and the GOE must be in minus.
If the Step Sequence does not reflect the character of the dance in the OD, the judges must reduce the GOE by 1 Grade
If one of the above not permitted elements (e.g. jumps of more than half (½) rotation, stops or pattern regressions etc.) is included in either Step Sequence the judges should deduct accordingly for the inclusion of not permitted element.
If the illegal element is included in either step sequence (e.g. Jump of more than 1 rotation, lying on the ice etc.), the Technical Panel will call the “illegal element” and the entire Step Sequence “No Level”.

ONE (1) Set of Sequential Twizzles

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- two twizzles on one foot for both partners skated simultaneously with up to one step in between Twizzles. No stop(s) are allowed before and/or between Twizzles. The Set of Sequential Twizzles may be skated in any part of the program (except in the required Step Sequences).
Note: Additional Set(s) of Sequential Twizzles is/are permitted but only the first performed Set outside the required Step Sequences will be identified and considered in determining the level of difficulty. Each additional Set of Sequential Twizzles outside the required Step Sequences will be considered by the judges in marking the Component for Linking Footwork/Movements.

Iulya
7th April 2009, 01:54
Original Dance 2008/2009 - Requirements/Restrictions

Excepts from Rule 609 are reprinted below and must be strictly observed with the following exceptions/additions as underlined:

a) The incorrect selection of music for the rhythms chosen must be penalized by the judges.

b) Only music with a rhythmic beat may be used and the couples must skate to the rhythmic beat.

c) The musical introduction to the original dance may be without beat or melody for a maximum of 10 seconds.

d) The duration of the original dance shall be 2 minutes 30 seconds plus or minus 10 seconds. The time must be reckoned from the moment when one of the couple begins to move or to skate until both partners arrive at a complete stop at the end of the program.

e) Except during the required step sequences, the pattern of the dance must proceed in a generally constant direction (either clockwise or anti-clockwise) and must not cross the long axis of the ice surface except once at each end of the rink (not more than 20 meters from the barrier). Loops in either direction are permitted provided that they do not cross the center axis.

f) All steps, turns, rotations and changes of hold are permitted provided that they are appropriate to the rhythm. Difficult, original, varied and intricate footwork is required for both skaters. For the Linking Footwork/Movements a program that relies heavily on the use of chasses and progressives (runs), posing and one directional skating is considered to be less difficult than one containing changes of edge, rockers, choctaws and other such steps and turns, and multi-directional skating. Hops and jumps of not more than one full (1) rotation are permitted. These jumps of 1 rotation may not be performed simultaneously (and are not permitted at all in either step sequence). Excessive skating on two feet, by either partner or both, is considered as showing the inability to skate or maintain balance. However, one (1) highlight for which one or both partner(s) are on two feet may be included (maximum duration – 5 seconds). Toe steps, kneeling or sliding on two knees and/or performing a full split position on the ice are permitted if not used excessively. Touching the ice with hand/s is not permitted. A program which is choreographed so that its performance extends to all sides of the arena is preferable to one directed to only the judges’ side.

g) Partners must not separate except to change dance hold, to perform the not-touching step sequence or the permitted full stop.
Separations at the beginning and/or end of the program may be up to 10 seconds in duration without restrictions on distance of the separations.

h) There are no restrictions on dance holds except for the required step sequences. Skating in Hand-in-Hand hold with fully extended arms is permitted only if in the character of the rhythm chosen but must not be used excessively.

i) After the clock is started with the first movement, the couple must not remain in one place (even if doing brief extra stops which are permitted) for longer than 10 seconds. During the program one (1) full stop (maximum duration: up to 10 seconds) or two (2) full stops (maximum duration up to 5 seconds each) are permitted. Any choreography appropriate to the music selection (including a separation of not more than 2 arms length apart) may be included.