HighJump _______________________________video
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The performance
The competitor will jump over a bar, thanks to
a jump board (flat, 60cm high, 120cm large, 230cm long).
He can
try 2 times (or 3 times for the last 3 competitors)
to jump over, if he does he can continue the contest. The
competitor
can
also
decide
not
to
jump a bar of jump, waiting for the next step.
The Judgement
If the bar of jump is falling, or if the competitor is
going under the bar of jump, the competitor fails the
jump. If
he jumps over and lands without falling, without touching
the floor with his hand, the competitor succeed.
If the competitor fails his 2 or 3 try, he is out of the
competition.
Knee pads and wrist guards are recommended.
The competition starts at 1m40 for women, 1m80 for men.
The height is going from 10cm to 10cm, until there’s
3 competitors left, then they choose the following height.
The Ranking
The ranking is going from the competitor reaching the highest
height until the competitor reaching the lowest height.
If 2 competitors are at the same height, then the number
of jump they’ve done to reach this level is taken
into account.
The Qualifications
There’s no qualification, each competition is an
open competition organised to develop High Jump and provides
its own independent results.
The IFSA Cup
High Jump is not taking part to the IFSA Championship
for the moment, each competition is an open competition organised
to develop
High Jump and provides
its own independent results.
