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Rules & Regulations

The World Champs Scoring System

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For 2024, the FTA is introducing a NEW Junior Category, ages 13 - 15 (you must be turning 13 in 2024, or born in 2011), that will have slightly different judging and scoring rules than the Seniors (age 16+). The FTA is looking for technique and to ensure the Juniors are not going for ‘big’ skills they are not yet prepared to land to feet.  We are looking for true athletic control.  We want them to be balanced and show good landings for the future of their athletic development.

 

Therefore, the judging differences will include:

  1. The final skill of the combo MUST be landed to feet on the trampoline.

    • If the Athlete subsequently ‘flys off’ the trampoline and does NOT land on their feet they will still receive a score, however, there will be a deduction of at least 4.0 points from their total score for lack of control.

    • If the Athlete subsequently ‘flys off’ the trampoline but still lands on their feet they will receive a deduction of  2.0 from their total score for lack of control.

  2. Each combination MUST show a variety of both forward and backward rotations.

  3. Each combination MUST show at least one skill with a double twist within the skill (ie. Full Full) with a good variety of both flipping and twisting skills within the combo.

  4. Each combination MUST show at least one feet-to-feet skill (take off from feet and land on feet) at some point in the combo.

  5. Athletes must score a minimum of 21.0 out of 30.0 (maximum score) at the Qualifier to be eligible to compete in the World Championships.

  6. If there are less than 4 Juniors entered in a Qualifier, they will still need to compete to achieve the minimum score required.

NEW FOR 2024 !
Junior World Championship Category

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A New Way to be Freestyle

Watch the video to learn more about the Junior Category and our judging criteria for the 2024 World Championships 

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