Qualifications and Finals in all five categories.Qualifications (Youth): 1 Combined Exercise
(the difficulty is calculated as in FIG - Age Groups 11-16). – 2’00’’ maximum duration.
Qualifications (Age Groups 1 and 2 / Junior / Senior): 1 Balance Exercise + 1 Dynamic Exercise.
Pairs: choose 2 elements of the Balance Group from the table of difficulty 11-16, + 1 optional element from the FIG tables and 2 Dynamic elements from the table of difficulty 11-16, + 1 optional element from the FIG tables.
Groups: choose 1 pyramid from the table of difficulty 11-16, + 1 optional pyramid from the FIG tables (only 2 statics of 3" are necessary in the routine) and 2 Dynamic elements from the table of difficulty 11-16, + 1 optional element from the FIG tables; the optional pyramid maybe selected from one of the same categories used in the compulsory elements.
Individuals: 2 cat. 1 + 2 cat. 2 individual elements must be performed (it is not compulsory to perform a somersault).
Finals: The top six, eight or twelve of the qualifications, depending on the number of pairs / category groups (from 1 to 8 P/G - 6 finalists, from 9 to 16 P/G - 8 finalists; plus 16 P/G - 12 finalists).
Youth - Combined
(sum of the two combined exercises, qualification + Final, defines the winner).
Age Group 1, Age Groups - Balance or Dynamic according to FIG rules 11-16
(sum of the qualifications + finals).
Age Group 2, Junior and Senior - Combined
(Sum of the Balance + Dynamic + Combined, defines the winner).
Technical StandardsAll of the following FIG rules, valid in 2017:
Code of Points (2013-2017)
AWAG Rules (latest version)
Apparatus Norms - FIG Norms
Delegations SizeEach Delegation may include:
1 Head of Delegation
Pairs/Groups – Unlimited Number
Note: It is compulsory that each Delegation has at least 1 Judge - 250 € will be charged if the delegation does not present any Judge