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9.2.3 USFSA Adult freestyle test requirements




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This article is from the Recreational Figure Skating FAQ, by Karen Bryden with numerous contributions by others.

9.2.3 USFSA Adult freestyle test requirements

The Adult freestyle tests are roughly equivalent to the
pre-preliminary to juvenile standard USFSA freestyle tests (see
comparison table). After passing Adult gold, it is possible to start
testing on the regular track at the intermediate level.
* Pre-bronze
1. Two different half or one revolution jumps.
2. A one-foot upright spin (min. 3 revolutions)
3. A two-foot upright spin (min. 3 revolutions)
4. Forward and backward crossovers.
5. Lunge or spiral
* Bronze (1:40 minutes maximum length)
1. Salchow, toe-loop and at least another different single jump.
2. Waltz jump-toe-loop combination
3. One foot upright spin (min. 4 revolutions)
4. One foot back spin (min. 3 revolutions)
5. Sit spin (min. 3 revolutions)
6. Connecting moves, steps and edges
* Silver (2:10 minutes maximum length)
1. Loop, flip and at least another different single jump.
2. two single jumps in combination (no turn or change of foot
between jumps)
3. A jump sequence consisting of half and single revolution
jumps
4. Camel spin (min. 3 revolutions)
5. Layback, attitude or sit spin (min. 4 revolutions)
6. Combination spin with one change of position (min 3
revolutions in each position)
7. Connective moves, spirals, edges with full utilization of the
ice surface.
* Gold (2:40 minutes)
1. Axel
2. Lutz
3. Two additional single jumps
4. Split jump, stag jump, falling leaf or half-loop.
5. two single jumps in combination (no turn or change of foot
between jumps).
6. Two different solo spins (min. 4 revolutions)
7. Combination spin with one change of foot and at least one
change of position (min 4 revolutions on each foot)
8. Straight or circular step sequence
9. Connective moves, spirals, edges with full utilization of the
ice surface.

 

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