Peggy Fleming Trophy


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Additional Event Information & Explanation of Scoring

GOE Guidelines

PPC request letter

The inaugural Peggy Fleming Trophy will be awarded at the 2018 Broadmoor Open on June 22, 2018. The event will be limited to 28 Senior and Junior Men & Ladies entries. Both Men and Ladies will compete together in the same event for the Trophy.

The primary focus of the event will be on the skater’s ability to artistically express and present a complete composition while demonstrating technical skills.

Performances will be scored based on both a minimum technical framework and five specially defined components evaluating the artistry of each program and skater. The duration of the program will be 3:30 (plus or minus 10 seconds).

The technical framework of the program will consist of 8 elements:
3 jump elements
3 spin elements
1 step sequence
1 signature move**
These eight technical elements will have a fixed value and will receive GOE marks based on the artistic execution of the element in relationship to the program as a whole.

The Trophy and prize ($3000) will be awarded to the first place finish, and a prize will be awarded to the Silver ($2000) and Bronze ($1000) podium positions.

We invite you to be a part of this exciting new inaugural event.


EXAMPLES OF SIGNATURE MOVES


Fleming–Layback Spin


Fleming–Delayed Axel


Boitano–Death Drop


Cassar–Spread Eagles


Tennell–Flying Cross-Sit Spin


Cohen – Back Extension into Forward Spiral