Skills

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    1. Splits on land. Compulsory pass
    2. Ballet Leg supported by 5 litre bottles
    3. Stationary Back Layout (5secs) and then Head First Travel on back for 5 meters
    4. Back tucked somersault (Figure 310)
    5. Hanging Vertical
    6. Straight Arm Back Crawl to music 1 width, maximum 10 meters
    7. Front layout followed by prone position traveling 3 meters using reverse scoop scull
    8. Supported scull supported by side of pool or by woggle
    9. Long sitting against a wall demonstrating fully extended knees
    10. Stationary Eggbeater
    11. Torpedo scull 8 meters
    12. Pike Fall

     

    General Conditions

    Black costume and white hat to be worn

    1. At least 11 out of 12 skills must be passed but all must be attempted.
    2. Unless otherwise stated, movements should be performed relatively stationary and in uniform motion.
    3. To ensure all points can be assessed, assessors may ask the swimmer to perform the skill up to 3 times.
    4. For the Pike fall, the water depth must be at least 1.8 meters deep.
    5. Dry land skills must be assessed in an appropriate environment.
    6. For dry land skills swimmers must wear a costume/leotard.
    7. Assessors are asked to highlight any areas in which the Swimmers are not yet competent.
    8. Swimmers must pass a minimum of 9 skills for retakes.
    9. Skill 1 is a compulsory pass but can be retaken as one of their 2 retakes
    10. Except for splits, swimmers may retake up to 2 skills a maximum of 2 times
    11. Heights given are minimum.
    12. 5 Litre bottles must be used.
    13. Words enclosed in “inverted commas” should be regarded as approximate.
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    1. Traveling eggbeater with ‘trailing’ arm vertical.
    2. Kick, pull, kick over for 10 meters.
    3. Fishtail showing support scull.
    4. Inverted Tuck to Vertical (Kip lift) supported by bottles
    5. Reverse scoop scull moving from front layout into front pike.
    6. Ballet leg
    7. Split position to Vertical at ankles.
    8. Back Layout to surface arch showing split scull
    9. Front Pike to Fishtail position to Vertical supported by bottles
    10. Head First Dive.
    11. Right or Left leg split on land (compulsory pass)
    12. On Land: Prone Plank Position.

     

    General Conditions

    Black costume and white hat to be worn

    1. At least 11 out of 12 skills must be passed but all must be attempted.
    2. Unless otherwise stated, all movements should be performed in a stationary position in uniform motion.
    3. To ensure all points can be assessed, assessors may ask the swimmer to perform the skill up to 3 times.
    4. For the head first dive, the water depth must be at least 1.8 meters deep.
    5. Dry land skills must be assessed in an appropriate environment.
    6. For dry land skills swimmers must wear a costume/leotard.
    7. Assessors are asked to highlight any areas in which the swimmers are not yet competent.
    8. Swimmers must pass a minimum of 9 skills for retakes.
    9. Skill 11 is a compulsory pass but can be retaken as one of their two retakes
    10. Except for splits, swimmers may retake up to two skills a maximum of two times.
    11. All points of good technique i.e. pointed toes should be assumed.
    12. Heights given are the minimum.
    13. Five Litre bottles must be used.
    14. Words enclosed in “inverted commas” should be regarded as approximate.
    15. Skill 11 must be taken first on land. Swimmers will be informed of the result but may complete other assessments for experience.
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    Pre requisite; 2 different splits must be shown PRE 1 – Right, left or box split
    PRE 2 – Right, left or box split

    1. Ballet leg single
    2. Barracuda
    3. Oceanita
    4. Surface prawn
    5. Kip
    6. Walkover front
    7. Tower
    8. Swordfish Straight leg
    9. Traveling eggbeater 5 meters, 2 meters double arm
    10. Dive surfacing with a head first boost
    11. Vertical position (compulsory pass)

    General Conditions
    Black costume and white hat to be worn.

    1. At least 9 out of 11 skills must be passed but all must be attempted.
    2. Unless otherwise stated, all movements should be performed in a stationary position in uniform motion.
    3. To ensure all points can be assessed, assessors may ask the swimmer to perform the skill up to 3 times.
    4. For the dive, the water depth must be at least 1.8 meters deep.
    5. Dry land skills must be assessed in an appropriate environment.
    6. For dry land skills swimmers must wear a costume/leotard.
    7. Assessors are asked to highlight any areas in which the swimmers are not yet competent.
    8. Swimmers must pass a minimum of 7 skills for retakes.
    9. Skill 11 is a compulsory pass but can be retaken as one of their 2 retakes
    10. Except for Splits, swimmers may retake up to 2 skills once.
    11. All points of good technique i.e. pointed toes should be assumed.
    12. Heights given are the minimum.
    13. Words enclosed in “inverted commas” should be regarded as approximate.
    14. Prerequisites must be taken first on land. Swimmers will be informed of the result but may complete other assessments for experience.
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    Pre requisite;
    PRE 1 –Right or Left Flat Split on land
    PRE 2 –Right or Left Leg Over Split on land (must be the other leg)

    1. Ariana
    2. Barracuda spinning 360
    3. Heron
    4.  Catalina
    5.  Porpoise spin up 180
    6.  Flamingo bent knee
    7.  Albatross half twist
    8.  side fishtail split
    9. Travelling Ballet leg sequence
    10. Head first boost with creative arms
    11. Vertical position (compulsory pass)

     

    General Conditions

    Black costume and white hat to be worn.

    1. At least 9 out of 11 skills must be passed but all must be attempted.
    2. Unless otherwise stated, all movements should be performed in a stationary position in uniform motion.
    3. To ensure all points can be assessed, assessors may ask the swimmer to perform the skill up to 3 times.
    4. Dry land skills must be assessed in an appropriate environment.
    5. For dry land skills swimmers must wear a costume/leotard.
    6. Assessors are asked to highlight any areas in which the swimmers are not yet competent.
    7. Swimmers must pass a minimum of 7 skills for retakes.
    8. Skill 11 is a compulsory pass but can be retaken as one of their 2 retakes
    9. Except for Splits, swimmers may retake up to 2 skills once.
    10. All points of good technique i.e. pointed toes should be assumed.
    11. Heights given are the minimum.
    12. Words enclosed in “inverted commas” should be regarded as approximate.
    13. Pre requisite skills must be taken first on land. Swimmers will be informed of the result but may complete other assessments for experience.
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    Pre requisite:
    PRE 1 – Right Leg over Split on land PRE 2 – Left Leg over Split on land

    1. Barracuda Airborne Split
    2. Porpoise Twist Spin
    3. Aurora Twirl
    4. London
    5. Manta Ray
    6. Butterfly
    7. Ibis Continuous Spin
    8. Jupiter
    9. Traveling Ballet Leg sequence FINA Technical Duet Element 2
    10. Double arm eggbeater showing creative arms, 8 meters
    11. Vertical position (compulsory pass)

     

    General Conditions

    Black costume and white hat to be worn.

    1. At least 9 out of 11 skills must be passed but all must be attempted.
    2. Unless otherwise stated, all movements should be performed in a stationary position in uniform motion.
    3. To ensure all points can be assessed, assessors may ask the swimmer to perform the skill up to 3 times.
    4. Dry land skills must be assessed in an appropriate environment.
    5. For dry land skills swimmers must wear a costume/leotard.
    6. Assessors are asked to highlight any areas in which the swimmers are not yet competent.
    7. Swimmers must pass a minimum of 7 skills for retakes.
    8. Skill 11 is a compulsory pass but can be retaken as one of their 2 retakes
    9. Except for Splits, swimmers may retake up to 2 skills once.
    10. All points of good technique i.e. pointed toes should be assumed.
    11. Heights given are the minimum.
    12. Words enclosed in “inverted commas” should be regarded as approximate.
    13. Pre requisite skills must be taken first on land. Swimmers will be informed of the result but may complete other assessments for experience.