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Stay Rad! "Battle for Ontario" Scooter Championship 2022
We have finalized the details for the "Battle of Ontario" Scooter Championship and we'll be coming to a City near You! The good folks here at Stay Rad! Scooter Shop will host competitions at Skateparks and Street spots across Ontario. We hit Ontario cities starting March Break and we'll continue with our last event on Halloween.
These contests are going to be designed so competitors will earn points allowing us to provide trackable rankings for all to see on the www.stayradshop.com website.
Riders will also be provided with a Profile on the Stay Rad! website and we will use these Rider Profiles to keep track of season long rankings in real-time. All you need to do is sign-up or login to access your profile.
USE THE CALENDAR CARD TO FIND A CITY AND COMPETITION CLOSEST TO YOU!
Stay Rad! "Battle for Ontario" - Overall Rider Rankings
Use the Rankings Tracker below to stay up to date on the Overall Rankings of each rider
competing in the Battle for Ontario Championship. We have Prizes for the Winners at the end of the Championship in the Fall.
Stay Rad! "Battle for Ontario" - Championship Details
After you sign up as a Member you will have access to register for any of the Champion League Tournament Events.
Once you Register for a Competition - your profile will be added to the scorecard for that event.
Spaces for each Competition will be limited to 75-100 riders as each competitor will receive two runs each that are 1 min in length.
Riders will have the option of competing in categories based on they're skill level - Novice, Intermediate or Advanced. Each Rider will get two runs and judges will be scoring riders based on Style, Consistency, Difficulty and Diversity of your tricks.
This is your ultimate chance to show the world what you've got and battle your way to being the #1 Rider in Ontario. We have set this Championship up in a way that pro level sponsors will be able to look in at the rankings to see what rider is ranking at the top. If your looking for a sponsorship - this is the best way to get your name and talent out to the top brands out there sponsoring scooter riders.
Most importantly - Top Ranking Riders 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each category/event will receive a 20% Discount Code from Stay Rad! Shop to use for a 30 Day Period. We feel this is the best way to offer Sponsorship Level Discounts to Riders who have competed and earned it!
Prizes are going to be provided to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place ranked riders in each category. Prizes for each contest are To Be Determined but will be announced prior to each event.
At the end of the season - we are going to have an INVITE ONLY competition with invites being sent out to all the top ranking winners of each tournament. The location for this event is TBD - but we are expecting to have this INVITE ONLY competition at an Indoor Skatepark sometime in November.
Stay Rad! "Battle for Ontario" - Judging Format & Scoring
JUDGES ARE LOOKING FOR
Diversity is based on the variety of tricks the rider performs. The judges are looking for an all‐round riding ability. Tricks are roughly grouped in these categories: Whips and bars. Briflips and buttercups. Grinds and stalls. Flips and spins. Manuals and nose manuals. Doing a group of tricks repeatedly will have a negative effect on the score. But doing variations of the trick will be rewarded. For example: Natural and opposite spins/bars
A run consisting of various types of tricks. Using the park to its full capability. Using the park in ways other competitors are not. A varied run with more obstacles.
Try not to do the same trick twice! Try to use tricks from each group & do variations on tricks (oppo, or adding more combos). Make sure to use ALL of the park!
To score high in this category the rider needs to push the limits, by performing the best tricks or ‘bangers’ that are possible, through technical trick combinations, and particularly on hard obstacles, difficult lines.
Tricks that are difficult to execute. Technical tricks. Difficult lines within the park. Large gaps or high airs
Try to do something not being done by any other competitor! For example, ‘combos’ are essential, doing tricks back to back and link them with manuals or insane transfers. Get speed & height!
Consistency is how many tricks you land without stacking during your run. The judges will agree prior to a competition what is a stack and what isn't to maintain consistent scoring across all judges’ scoresheets.
Tricks completed without placing a foot on the floor. A smooth run with minimal crashes. Rule of thumb is 3 points taken off per fail. No rider should be placed in the 90s with one or more failed tricks.
Doing tricks you have a higher chance of landing will make it easier to score maximum points. For example, taking your foot off during a feeble or a stall is a stack
FOCUS IS ON: A clean run, smooth landings, good height, and effortless looking tricks, all the while maintaining speed and flow. Style is not ‘street’ or ‘park’ or how a rider is dressed. If two riders throw the same trick, the rider that takes it higher, better, and smoother will score higher. Style is probably the most subjective opinion and although judges all should use the same criteria, their perception of its worth will be different across the score sheets.
Confidence shown in a rider’s run. Originality, including a different second run. Attempting something different from other riders. An entertaining run. A rider that makes tricks look easy
Plan your run to flow without stopping. Get height and full extension. Start where other riders are not, do tricks others aren't throwing. Get the CROWD behind you! STAND OUT! Smile, have fun!
We are going to have an MC and Judges at each event who will use a spreadsheet scoring system. For each run a rider gets, they will receive a possible score of 1-25 points in 4 areas of focus: CONSISTENCY, DIVERSITY, DIFFICULTY & STYLE. This will provide an overall maximum score between 1-100 points. This is repeated for the riders 2nd run, the highest score of the two runs will determine the final rankings and winners of a specific competition.
Stay Rad! "Battle for Ontario" - Trick Diversity Chart
DECK GRAB TRUCK DRIVER CLEAR THE BOX
SMALL GAPS/TRANSFERS TUCK NO SUPERMAN
LARGE GAPS/TRANSFERS NOTHING FRONT SCOOT LEG WRAPS
DOUBLE WHIP HEEL WHIP
TRIPLE WHIP DOUBLE BAR KICKLESS FINGER WHIP
QUAD WHIP+ DOUBLE KICKLESS DOUBLE FINGER
HAND/FOOT PLANT JUDO PLANT/ MANNY COMBO
HAND PLANT COMBOS NOSE MANNY COMBOS
BRI/BUTTER COMBOS DONOS
FRONT FLIP FLAIR 360 COMBOS
FLIP COMBOS FLAIR COMBOS 720TS FUNKY FLIP
BACKLIP 5-0 COMBINATIONS
It is important to choose a category to compete in wisely. We have taken most of this criteria from United Scoot and consider this as a universal guideline to keep all riders competing at the appropriate level.
If a rider is seen to be consistently throwing down tricks at a much higher level than expected, they will be expected to start over in the next level up.
The MC will be calling out tricks, and will not be scoring riders. We will look to the MC to oversee Consistency and Accuracy with judges scoring. The Judges and MC will be fully trained on our judging criteria, scoring system and trick diversity chart to ensure accurate final results.
Stay Rad! "Battle for Ontario" - Championship Point System
For each Rider Division (Novice, Intermediate, Advanced) there will be 5 points given to everyone for Participation.
Riders placing between 10th and 1st place will have a chance to accumulate the most Championship points to achieve highest rankings.
The points are accumulative throughout the entire season and whomever has competed in the most tournaments and accumulated the most points will sit at the top of the rankings.
These rankings are going to be live on the Stay Rad! website at all times so the public and potential sponsors will be able to see whos ranking at the Top in Ontario.
Results will be shown for the winners of each tournament as well for continuous overall rider rankings.