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Wis

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Shizuoka Diabolo Contest 2018 - Videos and Rules
« on: February 14, 2018, 03:03:36 pm »
F-U-N in Japan!!

Team Battle Division Highlight


Rules:
We have divisions below.
And there are judging points and rules.
Each division are judged with 100 points total.

.Men's/Women's Technical
Time:1-2min
Difficulty(40)
Control/Execution(20)
Rareness(20)

.Men's/Women's Beginner
only for 2 years or under diabolo career
Time:2-3min
Difficulty(40)
Control/Execution(30)
Rareness(10)
Routine(20)

.Elementary school students
Time:2-3min
Difficulty(40)
Control/Execution(20)
Rareness(20)

.Performance
Time:3-5min
Difficulty(10)
Control/Execution(20)
Rareness(10)
Routine(20)
Showmanship(20)
Music use(20)

.Entertainment
Time:2min
choose only 1 champion who play diabolo with No.1 fun, interesting, or entertainment.

.Team Battle
-3 on 3 team battle tournament.
-ex:Team1(Player A,B,C) vs Team2(Player D,E,F)
A vs D
B vs E
C vs F
-30sec * 2 turns for each battle.
-Each battle has 3 points.
-After 3X battle ends, the team win with higher points as total of 3 battle.

Some freestyle videos from other div

-Performance

1st Reika Magami


5th Takaaki Mori


6th Yukinaga Oya


-Men's Technical

1st Hayato Watanabe


2nd Seita Mizutani


3rd Kota Shimizu


4th Shun Tanaka


-Women's Beginner

1st Saori Sawada
"The string...the inertia...the hours"

Icebox

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Re: Shizuoka Diabolo Contest 2018 Team Battle Division Highlight
« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2018, 03:35:39 am »
Someday I'll get to spectate a battle like this live  :'( There's some wild stuff in this; Hiroki Abe, Tetsunori Saito, and Hayato Watanabe all really impressed me, and 6:37 made the 1d fanboy in me very happy  :-D

Wis

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Re: Shizuoka Diabolo Contest 2018 Team Battle Division Highlight
« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2018, 10:23:55 am »
Thanks to Rei Iwakura For the additional information. Here is the link to the Facebook conversation, and in the first post all the information about rules and some more other videos he shared.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/139434249475118/permalink/1612939568791238/?comment_id=1613920195359842&comment_tracking=%7B%22tn%22%3A%22R0%22%7D
"The string...the inertia...the hours"