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POSA-Pole Sport Amateur World Championship 2020

POSA-Pole Sport Amateur World Championship 2020

Oct 2, 10:30am - Oct 4, 1:30pm

Savona, via della Costituzione 2, 17047 Map

For the first time a World Pole Sport Championship reserved for amateur categories!
POSA is very happy to announce this competition that will have an annual cadence and for the first time it will be organized in Italy!

Age Eligibility
Age eligibility for each category is determined by the athlete’s age of the competitive year. Everything is also written and specify in POSA- Code of Points.
• Junior A (Doubles also) – Ages 10-14
• Junior B (Doubles also) – Ages 15-17
• Seniors – Ages 18-49
• Masters 40+ – Age 40+
• Masters 50+ – Age 50+
• Doubles Senior – open age categories (18+, 40+, 50+)
• Double Junior Mix- one athlete must be Junior A (10-14), the other one must be Junior B (15-17)

Selection process

A- Athlete’s participation is by qualification.
B- Athletes who have placed top 3 (three) in the Amateur category in an POSA endorsed national competition will automatically qualify, POSA may also invite by a special Wild Card, to compete, those athletes with a very high level but without the choice to compete in a national or international POSA competition, (Reserve athletes must apply under the same conditions to the PSWC by the given deadlines.)
C- If one of the top 3 in each category, (or all), will not be able to take part in the PSWC, the national federation (organization), may contact the next ranked athlete (skipping down in the ranking). It is the task of the national federation (organization), to communicate with its qualified athletes and to promptly notify any changes to the POSA. This rule may be applied to the POSA Pole Art.
D- If in one or more category of POSA national competition, the athletes are less than 3 (or there are no athletes in that category), the National Federation may decide to add (officially) the athletes who are missing to reach the number provided by the Work Plan, admitting athletes who did not take part in the competition, or who have a good technical level. In any case, the number cannot exceed that specified in the Work Plan. Any other information will however be specified in the Work Plan. This rule is valid only in the categories with less than 3 athletes.
E- According to the organization, the number of participants for each category will be clearly specified in the Work Plan that each federation / athlete will receive
F- Athletes from countries that do not have national competition will be allowed to participate at an open competition to qualify for the PSAWC. The athlete with the highest score for their country will qualify to the PSAWC and the athlete with the second and third highest score for their country will also receive a place at the PSAWC.
G- If the athlete cannot participate in any Open Competition, he or she will be able to apply it via video entry.
H- Athletes must be in the correct age category (if the athlete enrolls in the wrong category, he/she will be disqualified by Head Judge).
I- Doubles category: In case of injury or renunciation of one of the two qualified Doubles members, it is possible for them to replace the resigning athlete with a different athlete (all this must be communicated via email to the organization). POSA wants to give the opportunity to the Doubles athlete who has remained without a partner (but who is qualified by law), to compete in any case. If this is not possible, athletes must communicate as soon as possible, their renunciation to compete, to give way to Doubles number 4 in their national ranking, to be able to compete at the Amateur World Championship. If no announcement is received by athletes or the National Federation within the established deadline, the National Team will no longer have the right to enter any other Doubles in the competition, replacing the renouncing Doubles. Deadline for all these communications will be specify in the Workplan.
J- The athlete’s starting order will be determined by a draw.
K- All eligible athletes must compete in the preliminaries to win a place in the finals (only in those categorie with more of 10 athletes)
L- Athletes are allowed one (1) performance in the preliminaries to win a place in the finals.
M- The top athletes with the highest scores in each category will go through to the finals.
N- The title of Pole Sports Amateur World Champion in all categories will be a lifetime title, unless a sanction has been placed on the athlete.

Registration process

In the case of an athlete not presenting themselves to registration without a legitimate reason, the athlete will be banned from all POSA recognized competitions (including POSA- Pole Arts) all over the world for a period of one year. Names of banned athletes will be published on www.posaworld.org .

Athletes may only cancel participation a maximum of 15 working days prior to the competition. Exceptions being medical reasons and emergencies in which medical documentation and proof of travel ticket must be provided to the Organizer for confirmation a minimum of one day prior to the competition. Athletes not showing on the day of registration due to an emergency will have a maximum of seven days after the competition has ended to provide necessary proof of documentation.
No exceptions will be made, and the Organizer’s decision can only be challenged by the POSA.

A- All athletes must arrive and register at the time the organizer unless written permission is received.
B- All athletes must purchase personal insurance (if there’s no written the opposite in the official Work Plan) that covers them for the duration of the competition. This should start the day of the PSAWC rehearsals and be valid during whole competition. If in the country of athlete’s origin both a passport and an identity card are used, both should be brought with them.
C- All athletes must bring their passport with one (1) photocopy of it to provide at registration (as it is written in the Work Plan).
D- All athletes including doubles must provide proof of citizenship or residency of the country they are competing in (or representing in the case of an Open Championship) Athletes must be a citizen or resident of the country they are representing for a minimum of ninety (90) days prior to the preliminaries. Proof must be in the accepted form of the country, e.g. green card, passport, ID card, residency papers, etc.
E- All athletes must sign a confirmation of the following at the time of registration:

I. Rules and Regulations were read and accepted.
II. The POSA Code of Ethics was read, accepted and the athlete agrees to behave in a manner befitting a professional sports person.
III. All expenses incurred by the athlete are the responsibility of the athlete and not the organizer.
IV. Waive all image rights and agreement that the images can be used for promotion of pole sports around the world. Athletes will not receive any compensation for photos and videos taken during the event.
V. To be interviewed, filmed and or photographed by the media.
VI. To take part in antidoping testing in accordance to the WADA Code.
VII. To enter the PSAWC at their own risk. Any injuries or accidents that may occur are the responsibility of the athlete and not the organizer.
VIII. To respect and follow rehearsal and performance times.
IX. To wear their national tracksuit always except for during their performance.
X. To be present at the medal ceremony unless a medical emergency has occurred.

All athletes must agree to take part in antidoping testing in accordance to the WADA Code. All athletes must sign the POSA/WHEA anti-doping program at least 3 months before the competition. Without the agreement signed, they can’t take part to the competition. For signed the agreement, please use this link: www.posaworld.org/anti-doping/ .
For a list of prohibited substances please see www.wada.com. Failure to supply a sample when requested will result in the athlete being disqualified from the competition, a loss of any title won and the possibility of a ban from further POSA competitions.

Regulations:

Official POSA Code of Points 2020

All the detailed information (Competition planning, hotels, airport, application fee, etc.), will be announced in the next weeks with the issue of the official Work Plan, which will be sent to all national federations and athletes already qualified.

For any other information, please write to contact@posaworld.org
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Aerial Art World Championship

Aerial Art World Championship

Oct 24, 10:00am - Oct 25, 6:00pm

Teatro Condominio GallarateVia Del Teatro, 5Gallarate,21013 Map

Very soon all the new information!!!

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Kids Aerial Training Equilibre

Kids Aerial Training Equilibre

Oct 24, 12:00pm - Oct 25, 4:00pm

Aerial Equilibre - Discipline Aeree

KIDS AERIAL TRAINING EQUILIBRE A CURA
DI PAOLA ZUBBANI E GIANPAOLO RONCARATI


Aerial Equilibre propone un corso finalizzato alla formazione e al perfezionamento di insegnanti per i corsi di danza e acrobatica aerea per bambini nella fascia di età trai 7 e i 12 anni.
Gli insegnanti formatori Aerial Equilibre da sempre dedicati all’insegnamento bambini, non solo nelle discipline aeree, ma anche in danza, acrobatica e parkour, hanno messo a punto un metodo efficace nello sviluppo psicofisico dei bambini nel percorso danza e acrobatica aerea.



SUDDIVISIONE DEL CORSO

Il corso si articolerà su due moduli A e B


Modulo A
Affronterà la preparazione di tessuto a nodo e cerchio su tre diverse fasce di età:
7 - 8 anni
9 - 10 anni
11 - 12 anni


Modulo B
Affronterà la preparazione di tessuto aperto ed imbrago su una fascia di età:
10 - 12 anni




PROGRAMMA

- PREPARAZIONE FISICA e rispetto del corpo in fase di crescita

- IMPOSTAZIONE DELLA LEZIONE
riscaldamento
potenziamento
stretching
elementi di pre-acrobatica
potenziamento funzionale

- ELEMENTI DI TECNICA AEREA

- COREOGRAFIA e messa in scena

- ASPETTO PSICOLOGICO paura , insicurezza, dolore, forza.

- ASPETTO LUDICO

- ASPETTO DELLA SICUREZZA IN AEREA


Parte del corso vedrà la partecipazione diretta di bambini, per ogni fascia di età, per dare modo di osservare praticamente sui bambini il lavoro aerial equilibre.



A CHI È RIVOLTO

IL CORSO È RIVOLTO AD INSEGNANTI DI DANZA, DANZA AEREA, POLE DANCE , GINNASTICA etc.



SEDE E ORARI DEL CORSO

Il corso si svolgerà nella sede di Aerial Equilibre a Sarzana (sp)

MODULO A 24/25 ottobre 2020
MODULO B 6/7 febbraio 2021

Gli orari
Sabato 12.00-20.00
Domenica 10.00-16.00

Alla fine del corso verrà rilasciato ad ogni partecipante un attestato di partecipazione.

CORSO A NUMERO CHIUSO

INFO aerial@equilibredanza.com
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POSA World Pole Art Championship 2020 Viareggio ITALY

POSA World Pole Art Championship 2020 Viareggio ITALY

Nov 7, 8:30am - Nov 8, 8:00pm

Posa World Pole Art Championship 2020 will take place on Saturday 07 and Sunday 8 November 2020 with stage test on Friday 06 November and Workshop on Saturday and Sunday morning.
This great event will be attended by athletes from all over the world, who have qualified through the Official POSA Pole Arts around the world or ha've got an official "Wild Card".
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Location: Auditorium Caruso in the prestigious Gran Teatro Giacomo Puccini Via delle Torbiere 55049 Torre del Lago Puccini ( Viareggio, LU ).

Schedule:
06.11.2020 – Registration & stage training
07.11.2020 - All Amateur categories competition
08.11.2020 - All Elite categories competition
Workshop on Saturday and Sunday morning

The full schedule of stage training and performances will be published on 15 October 2020

Will be judges:
Dimitry Politov
Alessandra Marchetti
Bianca Breschi
Elena Gibson
Edouard Doye
Giacomo Fratini
Marko Daza
Other T.B.A.
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We will upload the necessary documents for registration here in the next few days, otherwise you can request them by email.

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Viareggio is a renowned seaside city. Famous also for its carnival in winter, it offers many possibilities of stay, restaurants and entertainment.

• The location will be the enchanting scenery of ''Gran Teatro Giacomo Puccini'', located in Torre del Lago (City of Viareggio). The theatre, recently built, is situated directly on the shores of the lake so loved by the famous composer and a few steps from his house, now a museum. The Auditorium Caruso is the multipurpose room located inside the “Gran Teatro”, a modern space equipped with cutting-edge technology, with a capacity of 450 seats.
• The athletes will have at their disposal large changing rooms and a room of about 200 square meters for warm up.
• A huge foyer of over 1200 square meters with exhibition spaces and bars, will welcome athletes, audience and insiders.
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Event classified as "sporting" according to the provisions of CONI register 2.0, organized by Pole Studio Viareggio a.s.d. in collaboration with POSA, ACSI and with the patronage of the Municipality of Viareggio.
Write us also for collaboration and sponsorship.

Pole Studio Viareggio
E-mail: wpaviareggio@gmail.com
Mobile Phone/What’s App:
+39 331 277 4949 – Luciana/Alessandro
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POSA Pole Sport Amatour World Championship

POSA Pole Sport Amatour World Championship

Nov 27, 9:00am - Nov 29, 9:00pm

MilanoMilan, Map

IDŐPONT és HELYSZÍN VÁLTOZÁS: November 27-29., Milánó

Antidopping kell!

POSA amatőr világbajnokság rúdsport versenyzőknek. Ezen a nemzetközi versenyen csak azok a versenyzők vehetnek részt, akik indultak és kvalifikáltak a Magyar Bajnokságon (szeptember 12-13.)

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POSA Pole Sport World Championship

POSA Pole Sport World Championship

Nov 27, 9:00am - Nov 29, 9:00pm

PalaBorsaniVia per Legnano 3Castellanza,21053 Map

Rúdsport Világbajnokság a POSA szervezésében. Magyar versenyzők közül azok tudnak részt venni rajta, akik a Magyar Bajnokságon kvalifikálják magukat.

Kivételt nem teszünk.

Magyar Bajnokság: szeptember 12-13.

Anti dopping szerződés kitöltése:

www.posaworld.org/anti-doping/
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POSA European Championship

POSA European Championship

Jan 3, 10:00am - Jan 4, 7:30pm

Ukraine _ SumyUkraineSumy, Map

2021-re halasztva! Időpont pontosítás később.
AMATŐR divíziónak és PROFI divízióknak egyaránt nyitott lesz.

Ezen a versenyen azok a magyar versenyzők tudnak indulni, akik kvalifikáltak a Magyar Bajnokságon.

We are pleased to officially present the 2nd European Pole Sport Championship 2020, which will take place in the city of Sumy (Ukraine) on 19-20 September.

Categories admitted:

• Junior A
• Junior B
• Seniors Women
• Seniors Men
• Masters Women
• Masters Men
• Doubles Senior
• Doubles Junior A
• Doubles Junior B
• Doubles Junior Mix

Age Eligibility

Age eligibility for each category is determined by the athlete’s age of the competitive year. Everything is also written and specify in POSA- Code of Points.

• Junior A (Doubles also) – Ages 10-14
• Junior B (Doubles also) – Ages 15-17
• Seniors – Ages 18-49
• Masters 40+ – Age 40+
• Masters 50+ – Age 50+
• Doubles Senior – open age categories (18+, 40+, 50+)
• Double Junior Mix- one athlete must be Junior A (10-14), the other one must be Junior B (15-17)

Selection process

A- Athlete’s participation is by qualification.
B- Athletes who have placed top 3 (three) in the Competitive category in an POSA endorsed national competition will automatically qualify, POSA may also invite by a special Wild Card, to compete, those athletes with a very high level but without the choice to compete in a national or international POSA competition, (Reserve athletes must apply under the same conditions to the PSWC by the given deadlines.)
In this edition, the first three European athletes qualified in the ranking of each category at the last World Championship in Finland were also admitted.
C- If one of the top 3 in each category, (or all), will not be able to take part in the EPS, the national federation (organization), may contact the next ranked athlete (skipping down in the ranking). It is the task of the national federation (organization), to communicate with its qualified athletes and to promptly notify any changes to the POSA.
D- If in one or more category of POSA national competition, the athletes are less than 3 (or there are no athletes in that category), the National Federation may decide to add (officially) the athletes who are missing to reach the number provided by the Work Plan, admitting athletes who did not take part in the competition, or who have a good technical level. In any case, the number cannot exceed that specified in the Work Plan. Any other information will however be specified in the Work Plan. This rule is valid only in the categories with less than 3 athletes.
E- According to the organization, the number of participants for each category will be clearly specified in the Work Plan that each federation / athlete will receive
F- Athletes from countries that do not have national competition will be allowed to participate at an open competition to qualify for the PSWC. The athlete with the highest score for their country will qualify to the PSWC and the athlete with the second and third highest score for their country will also receive a place at the EPSC.
G- If the athlete cannot participate in any Open Competition, he or she will be able to apply it via video entry.
H- Athletes must be in the correct age category (if the athlete enrolls in the wrong category, he/she will be disqualified by Head Judge).
I- Doubles category: In case of injury or renunciation of one of the two qualified Doubles members, it is possible for them to replace the resigning athlete with a different athlete (all this must be communicated via email to the organization). POSA wants to give the opportunity to the Doubles athlete who has remained without a partner (but who is qualified by law), to compete in any case. If this is not possible, athletes must communicate as soon as possible, their renunciation to compete, to give way to Doubles number 4 in their national ranking, to be able to compete at the European Championship. If no announcement is received by athletes or the National Federation within the established deadline, the National Team will no longer have the right to enter any other Doubles in the competition, replacing the renouncing Doubles. Deadline for all these communications will be specify in the Workplan.
J- The athlete’s starting order will be determined by a draw.
K- All eligible athletes must compete in the preliminaries to win a place in the finals.
L- Athletes are allowed one (1) performance in the preliminaries to win a place in the finals.
M- The top athletes with the highest scores in each category will go through to the finals.
N- The title of Pole Sports European Champion in all categories will be a lifetime title, unless a sanction has been placed on the athlete.

Application process

Failure to comply with the following may result in disqualification from the competition:
All qualified athletes must:
A- Fill in the application form (online or Word doc). The link or the Word doc, will be provided in the application pack sent to each qualified athlete.
B- Pay the application fee; which is nonrefundable. Application fees and payment details can be found on the application form.
C- Send their music in mp3 format to the email address advised in the application pack by the given deadline.
D- Send their Difficulty sheet at least 14 days prior to the EPSC. (Athletes may change their Difficulty sheets after the preliminaries and before the finals. The new form must be submitted directly to Chair of Judging Panel in the conclusion of the preliminaries. Please note: Handwritten forms will not be accepted.)
E- Provide information about their legal gender. A copy of their birth certificate must be submitted upon request.
F- All applications must be completed in English, not other languages are accepted.
G- All athletes should be fit, healthy and not knowingly pregnant. Upon request the athlete may be required to produce documentation from a doctor as confirmation of good health and fitness level. All information will be held confidentially.
H- All athletes wishing to use grip gloves are required to produce a written letter from their doctor confirming that the athlete suffers from hyperhidrosis (sweaty hands) or similar.
I- All athletes must disclose if they have been previously disqualified from any POSA competition.
J- Athletes may only compete in a National competition if they have citizenship and or permanent residency (minimum of 90 days of residency) in that country. In the case of dual citizenship, the athlete may only represent one country in the EPSC. Athletes wishing to change their country of representation must allow for one competitive year before the changeover.
K- Applicants under the age of 18 may only apply for the competition by way of written permission signed by a parent or by a legal guardian. Documentation must be provided upon application
L- Applications will not be fully processed without meeting all the above requirements by the given deadlines.
M- The athlete who renounces to compete within 20 days before the competition, must provide within the date of the competition, the medical certificate certifying the injury suffered. Failure to send this document will result in disqualification of one (1) year from all POSA national and international competitions of Pole Sport & Pole Art.

Registration process

In the case of an athlete not presenting themselves to registration without a legitimate reason, the athlete will be banned from all POSA recognized competitions (including POSA- Pole Arts) all over the world for a period of one year. Names of banned athletes will be published on www.posaworld.org .
Athletes may only cancel participation a maximum of 15 working days prior to the competition. Exceptions being medical reasons and emergencies in which medical documentation and proof of travel ticket must be provided to the Organizer for confirmation a minimum of one day prior to the competition. Athletes not showing on the day of registration due to an emergency will have a maximum of seven days after the competition has ended to provide necessary proof of documentation. No exceptions will be made, and the Organizer’s decision can only be challenged by the POSA.
A- All athletes must arrive and register at the time the organizer unless written permission is received.
B- All athletes must purchase personal insurance (if there’s no written the opposite in the official Work Plan) that covers them for the duration of the competition. This should start the day of the EPSC rehearsals and be valid during whole competition. If in the country of athlete’s origin both a passport and an identity card are used, both should be brought with them.
C- All athletes must bring their passport with one (1) photocopy of it to provide at registration (as it is written in the Work Plan).
D- All athletes including doubles must provide proof of citizenship or residency of the country they are competing in (or representing in the case of an Open Championship) Athletes must be a citizen or resident of the country they are representing for a minimum of ninety (90) days prior to the preliminaries. Proof must be in the accepted form of the country, e.g. green card, passport, ID card, residency papers, etc.
E- All athletes must sign a confirmation of the following at the time of registration:
I. Rules and Regulations were read and accepted.
II. The POSA Code of Ethics was read, accepted and the athlete agrees to behave in a manner befitting a professional sports person.
III. All expenses incurred by the athlete are the responsibility of the athlete and not the organizer.
IV. Waive all image rights and agreement that the images can be used for promotion of pole sports around the world. Athletes will not receive any compensation for photos and videos taken during the event.
V. To be interviewed, filmed and or photographed by the media.
VI. To take part in antidoping testing in accordance to the WADA Code.
VII. To enter the EPSC at their own risk. Any injuries or accidents that may occur are the responsibility of the athlete and not the organizer.
VIII. To respect and follow rehearsal and performance times.
IX. To wear their national tracksuit always except for during their performance.
X. To be present at the medal ceremony unless a medical emergency has occurred.

All detailed information (Hotels, Application Fee, Deadlines, etc.) will be announced in the next few days in the official Workplan, which will be issued by 25 March 2020.
For all the necessary information, please write to contact@posaworld.org or polesport.sumy@gmail.com

Anti dopping szerződés kitöltése:

www.posaworld.org/anti-doping/
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European Pole Sport Championship 2021

European Pole Sport Championship 2021

Mar 5, 8:00am - Mar 7, 6:30pm

SumySumy,40000-40035 Map

We are pleased to officially present the 2nd European Pole Sport Championship 2020, which will take place in the city of Sumy (Ukraine) on 19-20 September.

Categories admitted:

• Junior A
• Junior B
• Seniors Women
• Seniors Men
• Masters Women
• Masters Men
• Doubles Senior
• Doubles Junior A
• Doubles Junior B
• Doubles Junior Mix

Age Eligibility

Age eligibility for each category is determined by the athlete’s age of the competitive year. Everything is also written and specify in POSA- Code of Points.

• Junior A (Doubles also) – Ages 10-14
• Junior B (Doubles also) – Ages 15-17
• Seniors – Ages 18-49
• Masters 40+ – Age 40+
• Masters 50+ – Age 50+
• Doubles Senior – open age categories (18+, 40+, 50+)
• Double Junior Mix- one athlete must be Junior A (10-14), the other one must be Junior B (15-17)

Selection process

A- Athlete’s participation is by qualification.
B- Athletes who have placed top 3 (three) in the Competitive category in an POSA endorsed national competition will automatically qualify, POSA may also invite by a special Wild Card, to compete, those athletes with a very high level but without the choice to compete in a national or international POSA competition, (Reserve athletes must apply under the same conditions to the PSWC by the given deadlines.)
In this edition, the first three European athletes qualified in the ranking of each category at the last World Championship in Finland were also admitted.
C- If one of the top 3 in each category, (or all), will not be able to take part in the EPS, the national federation (organization), may contact the next ranked athlete (skipping down in the ranking). It is the task of the national federation (organization), to communicate with its qualified athletes and to promptly notify any changes to the POSA.
D- If in one or more category of POSA national competition, the athletes are less than 3 (or there are no athletes in that category), the National Federation may decide to add (officially) the athletes who are missing to reach the number provided by the Work Plan, admitting athletes who did not take part in the competition, or who have a good technical level. In any case, the number cannot exceed that specified in the Work Plan. Any other information will however be specified in the Work Plan. This rule is valid only in the categories with less than 3 athletes.
E- According to the organization, the number of participants for each category will be clearly specified in the Work Plan that each federation / athlete will receive
F- Athletes from countries that do not have national competition will be allowed to participate at an open competition to qualify for the PSWC. The athlete with the highest score for their country will qualify to the PSWC and the athlete with the second and third highest score for their country will also receive a place at the EPSC.
G- If the athlete cannot participate in any Open Competition, he or she will be able to apply it via video entry.
H- Athletes must be in the correct age category (if the athlete enrolls in the wrong category, he/she will be disqualified by Head Judge).
I- Doubles category: In case of injury or renunciation of one of the two qualified Doubles members, it is possible for them to replace the resigning athlete with a different athlete (all this must be communicated via email to the organization). POSA wants to give the opportunity to the Doubles athlete who has remained without a partner (but who is qualified by law), to compete in any case. If this is not possible, athletes must communicate as soon as possible, their renunciation to compete, to give way to Doubles number 4 in their national ranking, to be able to compete at the European Championship. If no announcement is received by athletes or the National Federation within the established deadline, the National Team will no longer have the right to enter any other Doubles in the competition, replacing the renouncing Doubles. Deadline for all these communications will be specify in the Workplan.
J- The athlete’s starting order will be determined by a draw.
K- All eligible athletes must compete in the preliminaries to win a place in the finals.
L- Athletes are allowed one (1) performance in the preliminaries to win a place in the finals.
M- The top athletes with the highest scores in each category will go through to the finals.
N- The title of Pole Sports European Champion in all categories will be a lifetime title, unless a sanction has been placed on the athlete.

Application process

Failure to comply with the following may result in disqualification from the competition:
All qualified athletes must:
A- Fill in the application form (online or Word doc). The link or the Word doc, will be provided in the application pack sent to each qualified athlete.
B- Pay the application fee; which is nonrefundable. Application fees and payment details can be found on the application form.
C- Send their music in mp3 format to the email address advised in the application pack by the given deadline.
D- Send their Difficulty sheet at least 14 days prior to the EPSC. (Athletes may change their Difficulty sheets after the preliminaries and before the finals. The new form must be submitted directly to Chair of Judging Panel in the conclusion of the preliminaries. Please note: Handwritten forms will not be accepted.)
E- Provide information about their legal gender. A copy of their birth certificate must be submitted upon request.
F- All applications must be completed in English, not other languages are accepted.
G- All athletes should be fit, healthy and not knowingly pregnant. Upon request the athlete may be required to produce documentation from a doctor as confirmation of good health and fitness level. All information will be held confidentially.
H- All athletes wishing to use grip gloves are required to produce a written letter from their doctor confirming that the athlete suffers from hyperhidrosis (sweaty hands) or similar.
I- All athletes must disclose if they have been previously disqualified from any POSA competition.
J- Athletes may only compete in a National competition if they have citizenship and or permanent residency (minimum of 90 days of residency) in that country. In the case of dual citizenship, the athlete may only represent one country in the EPSC. Athletes wishing to change their country of representation must allow for one competitive year before the changeover.
K- Applicants under the age of 18 may only apply for the competition by way of written permission signed by a parent or by a legal guardian. Documentation must be provided upon application
L- Applications will not be fully processed without meeting all the above requirements by the given deadlines.
M- The athlete who renounces to compete within 20 days before the competition, must provide within the date of the competition, the medical certificate certifying the injury suffered. Failure to send this document will result in disqualification of one (1) year from all POSA national and international competitions of Pole Sport & Pole Art.

Registration process

In the case of an athlete not presenting themselves to registration without a legitimate reason, the athlete will be banned from all POSA recognized competitions (including POSA- Pole Arts) all over the world for a period of one year. Names of banned athletes will be published on www.posaworld.org .
Athletes may only cancel participation a maximum of 15 working days prior to the competition. Exceptions being medical reasons and emergencies in which medical documentation and proof of travel ticket must be provided to the Organizer for confirmation a minimum of one day prior to the competition. Athletes not showing on the day of registration due to an emergency will have a maximum of seven days after the competition has ended to provide necessary proof of documentation. No exceptions will be made, and the Organizer’s decision can only be challenged by the POSA.
A- All athletes must arrive and register at the time the organizer unless written permission is received.
B- All athletes must purchase personal insurance (if there’s no written the opposite in the official Work Plan) that covers them for the duration of the competition. This should start the day of the EPSC rehearsals and be valid during whole competition. If in the country of athlete’s origin both a passport and an identity card are used, both should be brought with them.
C- All athletes must bring their passport with one (1) photocopy of it to provide at registration (as it is written in the Work Plan).
D- All athletes including doubles must provide proof of citizenship or residency of the country they are competing in (or representing in the case of an Open Championship) Athletes must be a citizen or resident of the country they are representing for a minimum of ninety (90) days prior to the preliminaries. Proof must be in the accepted form of the country, e.g. green card, passport, ID card, residency papers, etc.
E- All athletes must sign a confirmation of the following at the time of registration:
I. Rules and Regulations were read and accepted.
II. The POSA Code of Ethics was read, accepted and the athlete agrees to behave in a manner befitting a professional sports person.
III. All expenses incurred by the athlete are the responsibility of the athlete and not the organizer.
IV. Waive all image rights and agreement that the images can be used for promotion of pole sports around the world. Athletes will not receive any compensation for photos and videos taken during the event.
V. To be interviewed, filmed and or photographed by the media.
VI. To take part in antidoping testing in accordance to the WADA Code.
VII. To enter the EPSC at their own risk. Any injuries or accidents that may occur are the responsibility of the athlete and not the organizer.
VIII. To respect and follow rehearsal and performance times.
IX. To wear their national tracksuit always except for during their performance.
X. To be present at the medal ceremony unless a medical emergency has occurred.

All detailed information (Hotels, Application Fee, Deadlines, etc.) will be announced in the next few days in the official Workplan, which will be issued by 25 March 2020.
For all the necessary information, please write to contact@posaworld.org or polesport.sumy@gmail.com
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