IDO SPORT

Technical Regulation 2017

PERFORMING ARTS – JAZZ AND MODERN DANCE

PERFORMING ARTS – JAZZ AND MODERN DANCE

Technical Regulation 2017

 

JAZZ&MODERN 1 International Regulation

The organization of the Performing arts – Jazz and Modern Dance shall be based on the most recent Dance Sport Rules and Regulations concerning to dance discipline Performing arts – Jazz and Modern Dance technical regulations of the International Dance Organization (IDO). http://www.idodance.com/ceis/ido/rules/competitionRules.html

 

JAZZ&MODERN 2 Events

The following competitions will be held:

  • one (1) men solo tournament in Jazz, maximum twenty-one (21) dancers,
  • one (1) women solo tournament in Jazz, maximum twenty-one (21) dancers,
  • one (1) men solo tournament in Modern Dance, maximum twenty-one (21) dancers,
  • one (1) women solo tournament in Modern Dance, maximum twenty-one (21) dancers.

IDO has the right to limit number of dancers per country and university, if category quota is exceeded.

 

JAZZ&MODERN 3 Registration

Dancer can register himself/herself online through IDO official website (http://www.ido-sport.org/). Deadline for registration is 28.11.2017.

 

JAZZ&MODERN 4 Program

The Performing arts – Jazz and Modern will be held in conjunction of the IDO Ballet, Jazz and Modenr Championships that consist of  seven (7) competition days: December 3rd - 9th, 2017 and will be held in Ossa (Poland). Accreditation to the event is on December 2nd in the evening or in the morning of December 3rd. Only one Head of the Delegation (IDO Team Captain) from the country is representing all country dancers.

 

JAZZ&MODERN 5 Delegation

The delegation will consist of minimum one (1) dancer. An IDO Team Captain must be appointed.


Only the following may participate as dancers in the event:
a) Students who are officially registered for and pursuing a course of study at a university or similar institute whose status as an institution of higher education is recognized by the appropriate national authority of their country; Students shall confirm their status with completed, signed and sealed EUSA-IDO Certificate of Academic Eligibility.
b) Former students of the institutions mentioned above who obtained their academic degree or diploma in the academic year preceding the event.
c) Competitors shall not be younger than 17 and older than 30 year (by formula: Event Year – competitor’s year of birth = age).

 

JAZZ&MODERN 6 Playing scheme

The format of the tournament will be decided by the IDO Sport Director, IDO Supervisor and EUSA Supervisor of the competition taking into consideration the number of dancers entered.


First part of the competitions is integrated with the adults’ category of the event. Five (5) to seven (7) best dancers will compete in own finals.

 

JAZZ&MODERN 7 Draw, seeding

The draw for the tournament will be done in the presence of IDO and EUSA Representatives. The
starting lists with the order of performing will be published in the competition hall at the
beginning of the competition day.

 

JAZZ&MODERN 8 Services

Participants are responsible for all their transportation, accommodation, catering and other
services before / during / after the event.

 

JAZZ&MODERN 9 Financial obligations

Each dancer has to cover IDO Registration Annual fee of 20 EUR, Event Starting fee of 20 EUR and
additional 80 EUR if participant is not a member of IDO structure (local, regional and
international).

 

JAZZ&MODERN 10 Uniforms

All participants must comply with the General Costume Rules of IDO.

 

JAZZ&MODERN 11 Final Ranking

Universities Final ranking is done by the sum of the points in all Performing arts – Jazz and
Modern Dance disciplines (article JAZZ&MODERN 2) irrespective of the category (male or female).

JAZZ&MODERN 12 Awards

The best three dancers in each competition will get medals (gold, silver and bronze). The best
university of the event is the university with the highest points obtained at the final ranking in
each category; the best university will get a cup.

 

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STREET DANCE – HIP HOP

STREET DANCE – HIP HOP 

Technical Regulation 2017

 

HIP 1 International Regulation 

The organization of the Street Dance – Hip Hop shall be based on the most recent Dance Sport Rules and Regulations concerning to dance discipline Street Dance – Hip Hop technical regulations of the International Dance Organization (IDO) http://www.ido-dance.com/ceis/ido/rules/competitionRules.html

 

HIP 2 Events 

The following competitions will be held: 

  • one (1) men solo tournament, maximum thirty-three (36) dancers, 
  • one (1) women solo tournament, maximum thirty-three (36) dancers.

IDO has the right to limit number of dancers per country and university, if category quota is  exceeded. 

 

TAP 3 Registration 

Dancer can register himself/herself online through IDO official website (http://www.ido-sport.org/). Deadline for registration is 12.10.2016. 

 

HIP 4 Program 

The Street Dance – Hip Hop consist of three (3) competition days: October 20st -22rd, 2016 and will be held in Graz (Austria). The Accreditation to the event is on October 19th or in the morning of October 20st. Only one Head of the Delegation (IDO Team Captain) from the country can represent all country dancers.

 

HIP 5 Delegation 

The delegation will consist of minimum one (1) dancer. An IDO Team Captain must be appointed.


Only the following may participate as dancers in the event:
a) Students who are officially registered for and pursuing a course of study at a university or similar institute whose status as an institution of higher education is recognized by the appropriate national authority of their country; Students shall confirm their status with completed, signed and sealed EUSA-IDO Certificate of Academic Eligibility.
b) Former students of the institutions mentioned above who obtained their academic degree or diploma in the academic year preceding the event.
c) Competitors shall not be younger than 17 and older than 30 year (by formula: Event Year – competitor’s year of birth = age).

 

HIP 6 Playing scheme 

The format of the tournament will be decided by the IDO Sport Director, IDO Supervisor and EUSA Supervisor of the competition taking into consideration the number of dancers entered.


First part of the competitions is integrated with the adults’ category of the event. Five (5) to seven (7) best dancers will compete in own finals.


HIP 7 Draw, seeding 

The draw for the tournament will be done in the presence of IDO and EUSA Representatives. The starting lists with the order of performing will be published in the competition hall at the beginning of the competition day.

 

HIP 8 Services 

Participants are responsible for all their transportation, accommodation, catering and other services before / during / after the event. 

 

HIP 9 Financial obligations 

Each dancer has to cover IDO Registration Annual fee of 20 EUR, Event Starting fee of 20 EUR and additional 80 EUR if participant is not a member of IDO structure (local, regional and international).

 

HIP 10 Uniforms 

All participants must comply with the General Costume Rules of IDO. 
 

HIP 11 Final Ranking 

Universities Final ranking is done by the sum of the points in all Street Dance – Hip Hop  disciplines (article HIP 2) irrespective of the category (male or female). 

 

HIP 12 Awards 

The best three dancers in each competition will get medals (gold, silver and bronze). The best university of the event is the university with the highest points obtained at the final ranking in each category; the best university will get a cup. 

 

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