Welcome to the Faceoff Family

We are so exited to make history together, and create the most epic FACEOFF MAIN EVENT, and the first FINAL in FACEOFF History!

Here is the important information:

Adress Forum Horsens:
Forum Horsens
Langmarksvej 53
8700 Horsens
DK-Denmark

Adress BGI akademiet:
BGI Akademiet
Gramvej 3
8783 Hornsyld
DK-Denmark

Billund Airport is pretty close to both Forum Horsens and BGI akademiet.

Program

Thursday 7th of December
13:00: Athletes Get in and welcome by FACEOFF on BGI
13:30: Practice on BGI akademiet.

Friday the 8th of December:
08:00 Breakfast at BGI akademiet.
09:00 Practice in Forum Horsens

Saturday the 9th of December
08:00: Breakfast
09:00: Freetime
11:00: Lunch
12:00: Doors open to FACEOFF x Individual
13.00: FACEOFF x Individuals
14.30: End FACEOFF Individual
15:00: Doors open to FACEOFF x CREW
16.00: FACEOFF x Crew
18.00: Expected end time.
19:00: Clean up EVERYBODY.
22:00: Meetup all athletes, judges, crew, and coaches for FACEOFF 2024 insightūüĒ•

Athletes: (Not final)

Mens Individual 
Rasmus Beck (DK)
Mikhail Malkin (AZ)
Tofig Aliyev (AZ)
Connor Wharram (UK)
Ethan McGuiness (AU)
Jeppe Krogh (NO)
Hippolyte Hergué (F)
William Cowen (UK)

Womens Individual
Amelia Campion (GBR)
Josefine √ėstbjerg (DEN)
√Āsta Kristinsd√≥ttir (ISL)
Tania Greve (DEN)
Victoria Kathrine Thomsen(DEN)
Josefine Krog Scherrebeck (DEN)

Crew Competition:

Team Fyn
TBA

Team Jylland
TBA

Team Young Guns
TBA

Team Sjælland
TBA

Judges

Mikey Barnes (UK)
Simon √ėbro (DK)
Daniel Nits (SE)
Johanne N√łrby (DK)
Emilie Mogensen (DK)

More info

FACEOFF merch
All gymnasts receive a unique FACEOFF competition suit they can keep. 

Accommodation 
All gymnasts are offered free accommodation. The free sleeping arrangements will be at the venue with other gymnasts. It will be possible to stay at a hotel near the venue. Gymnasts themselves are responsible for the associated expenses

Food and Snacks
All gymnasts and coaches are offered a free breakfast, lunch and dinner. 
All gymnasts and coaches are responsible for their own snacks and refreshments. 

Transport
All gymnasts are responsible for their own transport and most cover their own travel expenses

Packing list:
Practice clothes
Drinking bottle
Towel
Earplugs, if needed during night times
Warm Clothes
Snacks

Coaches for Individual athletes:
It is okay to bring your own coach for the competition. 
The coach is allowed on stage at the run-up area together with the other athletes.
The coach is responsible for her/his accommodation, food and sleeping arrangements during the stay. 

Kickback deal on Livestream

 

Disciplines And Rulebook

Individual

Tumbling xXx
Tumbling xXx will take place on a 20m+9m pro track, and consist of 3 rounds. Each athlete will perform 3 times, and only the best two tricks will count. These two tricks must each contain different combinations.

The Lottery

The Lottery is a trampet discipline where both difficulty and execution impacts the total score.
Before the competition, 8 different categories have been chosen and thrown into the Lottery. 

The Categories
The Pikey
The Twister
Half-in
Signature Move
Highroller
Big Shot
The Rebel
Positions – minimum 2

For each of the 3 rounds a category will be drawn from the lottery and the athletes have to perform a jump according to the category to get the highest possible score. 

Each athlete will perform 3 times, and only the best two tricks will count. These two tricks must each contain different combinations. 

 

The Plateau vol. 2.0 (Only Men)

In the Plateau discipline, the gymnasts will be competing against each other on an equipment setup consisting of: airtrack → trampet → raised (90 cm), 6m airtrack → Bigtramp (floorlevel) → 9m pro track→Landing area. The discipline has a duration of 10 minutes in which the gymnasts can do as many tries as they want. At the end of the 10 minutes the 2 highest scores of each gymnast will count. 

These two tricks must each contain different combinations. 

The gymnasts do not need to participate throughout the 10 minutes. They just need to have 2 counting scores. 

 

Double Trouble (Final)

Double Trouble takes place on a 20m pro track, followed by a double mini trampoline to the landing area. The discipline has a duration of 10 minutes in which the athlete can do as many tries as they want. At the end of the 10 minutes the 2 highest scores of each gymnast will count.

These two tricks must each contain different combinations. 

The gymnasts do not need to participate throughout the 10 minutes. They just need to have 2 counting scores. If a gymnast wants to pass a round, they must signal that to the judges and speaker, when it would have been their turn.

 

Crew

The Countdown

In the discipline The Countdown, each team will compete with 5 athletes. The competition takes place within 12 minutes, on a 5+20 meter airtrack to the landing area. The 4 teams alternate in having an athlete perform a trick. 

The teams continue taking turns, until the time runs out. When the time runs out, the round will be completed, ensuring that all teams have an equal amount of tricks.

The Challenge

In the discipline The Challenge, the 4 teams compete against each other on the mini-trampoline, through 4 different Challenges. Each Challenge has a Theme/criteria that must be met. If the criteria is not met, it will result in a ridiculously low score.  Each team will perform 2 tricks in Challenge 1-3. These has to be performed by 2 different athletes. 

A specific athlete must participate at least once and maximum twice in this discipline. Once in challenge 1-3 and once in Level 4 (The team round). The challenge will be executed in the order 1-4. 

The different challenges are as follows: 

Signature move: Show a skill that is unique for you,  or that you think you’re just the best at doing.

Trippel with 1,5 twist: No more or less than 3 somersaults and 1,5 twists pr. gymnast. How you arrange them  is up to you. 

Big shot: Should be self explanatory‚Ķ But if you’re in doubt, then go BIG!

Team round: 6 gymnasts are to participate in a team round.

The teams decide which jumps they want to do in a team round. The jumps in a team round don’t have to be the same. 

The Playground
Link to setup

In this discipline an equipment setup will be at the athletes disposal. All teams have had the opportunity to train on the setup beforehand. 

Each team will alternate in performing on this setup for 1 min 15. sec. There are no restrictions on the use of the setup.

The music will be chosen by FACEOFF and revealed to the teams beforehand.

The Plateau vol. 2.0

In the discipline Plateau vol. 2, each team will compete with 4 athletes. The competition takes place on a setup consisting of: Airtracl ‚Üí a trampet ‚Üí raised (90 cm), 6m pro track ‚Üí Bigtramp (floor level) ‚Üí 9m pro track‚ÜíLanding area.

The 4 teams alternate in having an athlete perform a trick, starting with the lowest ranking team. 

Each gymnast has to perform 2 tricks on the discipline and the highest score will count towards the teams total.

The Battle

In the final discipline ‚ÄúThe Battle‚ÄĚ the two leading teams will duel for the final victory. 

In case of a tie the tied teams will enter a sudden death. This will be a team round consisting of 4 gymnasts on the Plateau. After each team has performed their round, the judges will vote on which team they think won the sudden death. 

The Battle takes place on a 12,5×12,5m airtrack. The teams will alternate in performing various tricks, and will remain off the track when not performing. In each round the teams will have 2 turns on the airtrack. These turns are not restricted with a time limit. 

All tricks, performances and collaborative ideas are allowed. The teams are not allowed to use the foampit for landing9

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