Tournament Program will include 3 elimination qualification stages.
The task of the first two stages of online qualification will be sent to the email address provided at registration, and published on the website http://kyivbattle.org/ as well as on the official Facebook page.
The task of the first stage of online qualification will be sent to the email address provided at registration and published on the Tournament website at 12:00 p.m. on January 5, 2018. The results must be submitted by 23:59 (11:59 p.m.) of January 11, 2018.
The task of the second stage of online qualification will be sent to the email address provided at registration and published on the Tournament website at 12:00 p.m. on January 12, 2018. The results must be submitted by 23:59 (11:59 p.m.) of January 18, 2018.
The performance of the tasks must be recorded on video.
It is the responsibility of the Athlete to timely submit the link to the video of challenge performance by the specified time and date. Incorrect information (wrong repetitions, time, failed link to the video, etc.) will result in rejection of the result.
Video may be rejected at the discretion of the Organizing Committee in the following cases:
– Inaccurate standards of recording the video.
– Violation of movement standards.
– Violation of format of the Tournament challenge.
– Wrong count of repetitions.
Standards of movements and video recording of the challenges of the online qualification will be specified in the letter with the task and posted on the official website of the Tournament.
Penalties may be imposed in case the Athlete violates standards of performance of movements or standards of quality and shooting angle that would make it impossible to assess the compliance of movements with the standards.
In case the video contains nullified repetitions, the following fines will apply:
– 1 to 5 nullified repetitions – the number of nullified repetitions is subtracted from the score;
– 6 to 10 nullified repetitions – the fine of 15% of the challenge score;
– 11 or more nullified repetitions – a fine of 20% of the score or the score of the challenge is nullified.
The video recording of performance of the challenge is to be uploaded to youtube.com and privacy of the video is to be set to public. The video uploaded to another hosting except youtube.com will not be considered. It is the responsibility of the Athlete to provide the link to the video. The video title must contain: the name of the Tournament – KyivBattle2018, first name and last name of the participant, participant’s category, the number of the challenge, number of repetitions. Videos must meet the specified standards.
The challenge may be done over within the specified time limit by the deadline.
It is the responsibility of the Athlete to timely submit the video report about performance of the challenge of the online qualification by providing a link to the video of the challenge in the personal profile on http://kyivbattle.org/. Any reasons, including lack of access to the Internet, problems with uploading videos, computer failure etc. can not be considered an excuse. If the Athlete does not provide the challenge report by deadline, he/she will get a zero score for this challenge on the leaderboard.
Scoring will be performed by the Organizing Committee in the period from January 16 through 18, 2018 – the first stage of online qualification. January 23 through 25, 2018 – the second stage of online qualification.
At each stage Athletes must complete some tournament challenges.
Tournament challenges may include some of the following exercises:
- Squats (with body weight, with a barbell on the back, on the chest, above the head, on one leg);
- Jump (high jump, standing long jump, onto a box, over the box, side jumps);
- Push-ups (floor dip, on parallel bars, on gymnastic rings);
- Reverse burpee;
- Handstand push-ups;
- Pull-ups on the bar;
- Rope climbing;
- Muscle-up on the rings, on the bar;
- Pullover on the bar;
- Uprising from a lying position;
- Double under;
- Military press, push press, thruster;
- Sumo deadlift to the chin;
- Clean (power clean, squat clean, hang clean);
- Jerk (power jerk, squat jerk, hang jerk);
- Dumbbell swings;
- Dumbbell jerk;
- Dumbbell squat clean thruster;
and other functional exercises on moves of your own body or external objects.
Each tournament complex is a unique complex moving challenge, which consists of different moves with the movement of your own body, as well as control and management of external objects.
Exercise complexes have varying degrees of technical complexity and levels of exercise stress.
The number of exercises can be up to 20, they must be performed as quickly as possible in the specified order.
The Tournament challenges included in the Tournament program will be announced to the participants at the briefing.
The format of the tournament complexes includes the following components:
- Certain moves. a) The starting and ending points of a motion; b) Limitations in performance techniques and/or equipment used if any.
- The number of approaches and/or repetitions.
- Specific equipment.
- Specific weight of equipment.
- Fixed performance time or a time limit.
- Scoring specifics.
Some exercise complexes may have time penalties. If an Athlete does not complete the task within the set time limit, he/she can get a fine of 1 second for each failed repetition and/or will not advance to the next stage of the Tournament.
Some exercise complexes may have a set minimum amount of time, number of reps, weight of equipment or rounds for further advancement. In case such a limit is set, it will be announced as a part of the tournament challenge. The inability of an Athlete to achieve the minimum result will make it impossible for the Athlete to advance to the next task.
If an Athlete does not advance to the next task for any reason (injury, disqualification, etc.), this Athlete will be at the end of the leaderboard, after all, who have performed the task, and will not be able to go to the next stage of the Tournament.
Scaling or changes to the tournament complexes are prohibited.
Tournament organizer reserves the right to amend the tournament program.