Board Report of Action for July 7, 2010


REPORT OF ACTION
taken by the
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Via Conference Call
July 7, 2010


The Board of Directors took the following action:

1. APPROVED the Synchronized Skating Committee's proposal to amend rules 4681, 4691, 4721 and 4731 for the well-balanced programs for novice, intermediate, collegiate and adult synchronized skating as follows: (14 yes, 1 absent)
    4681 Well-Balanced Free Skate - Novice Synchronized Skating
      A well-balanced novice free skate must contain the following seven nine elements:
      A. One block element
      B. One circle element
      C. One intersection element
      D. One line element
      E. One wheel element
      F. One movement in isolation (one free skate move or one free skate element)
      G. One no hold block step sequence
      H. One block step sequence
      I. One circle step sequence

    4691 Well-Balanced Free Skate - Intermediate Synchronized Skating

      A well-balanced intermediate free skate must contain the following seven nine elements:
      A. One block element
      B. One circle element
      C. Two intersection elements
      D. One line element
      E. One wheel element
      F. One movement in isolation (one free skate move or one free skate element)
      G. One block step sequence
      H. One circle step sequence

    4721 Well-Balanced Free Skate - Collegiate Synchronized Skating

      A well-balanced collegiate free skate must contain the following nine ten elements:
      A. One block element
      B. One circle element
      C. Two One intersection elements
      D. One line element
      E. One movement in isolation (one free skate move or one free skate element)
      F. One no hold block step sequence
      G. One wheel element
      H. One element selected from a spin or moves in the field element
      I. One block step sequence
      J. One circle step sequence

    4731 Well-Balanced Free Skate - Adult Synchronized Skating

      A well balanced adult free skate must contain the following seven nine elements:
      A. One block element
      B. One circle element
      C. One intersection element
      D. One line element
      E. One wheel element F. One movement in isolation (one free skate move or one free skate element)
      G. One element to be selected from moves in the field or spin
      H. One block step sequence
      I. One circle step sequence

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