Skater Level Assessment
0= Does not attempt and/or unable to perform
1= Executes skill, but does not have control
2= Executes skill with control, but not consistently
3= Executes skill with good form and control
4= Executes skill with good form, control, awareness and speed
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Skater Name
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Date *
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Enter the number of laps completed in the five minute time trial
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Enter the amount of time required to complete one lap (Accelerates from a standstill to complete one lap within 13 seconds. )
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Skating posture
Bends at knees and hips with shoulders back; stability with center of gravity down and forward; ability to skate low with bent, flexible knees
Steady, confident fluid strides; uses both feet to push forward on straightaway; shifts weight completely from foot to foot without stumbling
Comfortably looks left and right and behind quickly and unexpectedly while maintaining regular skating stride at a moderate pace
Performs smooth crossovers while skating straightaways and track turns; uses both feet to push during crossover; performs reverse crossover (right over left)
Within 4 seconds from brisk pace; Balances weight on one leg, other foot is turned at a 90 degree angle; maintains balance on one leg, applies smooth pressure with the turned foot using the two outside wheels or all four (just not only the inside two wheels)
Plow stop
Within 4 secs from brisk pace; Turns one or both feet so toes are pointing in and heels are pointing out; upon completion of stop, feet are in a position that would allow resumed skating
One foot glide
On each foot for the length of the track turn and straightaway; in low stance for at least 5 seconds; maintains sufficient speed and does not flail arms
All eights
Propels self keeping all eight wheels on the floor
Lateral movement
Perform smooth, quick lateral cuts, crossing the track at least four times on each straightaway and at least three times on each track turn
Backwards skating
Maintain moderate pace, minimum of three laps in one minute
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Transitions - 180 degrees
Turns clockwise and counterclockwise from front to back and back to front
Transitions - 360 degrees
Without breaking stride from a moderate pace. Using two 180 degree turns without breaking stride is acceptable
Balance and Agility
Skater must demonstrate the ability to perform the following tasks without losing balance, stumbling or falling.
Stepping (Forward/ backward)
from a standstill without rolling
Stepping (side to side)
from a standstill without rolling
In both directions
In a hopping motion in both directions
Quick steps
Both feet rapidly alternate in small steps, only one foot is on the ground at a time; in place; and to the right and left
Balance on each foot from a stationary position at least 30 seconds
Hopping - over a 6" obstacle
Without contacting the object or losing balance at a moderate pace
Hopping - with both feet simultaneously
Does not have to land with both feet simultaneously
Hopping - laterally at least 18"
From a brisk forward speed
Maneuvers through 10 cones, no more than 5' apart, placed through the straightaways and track turns, in less than 6 seconds; weaves comfortably and briskly through a moderately moving pack of skaters without focusing on their own feet
Recovery Tactics
Skater must perform the following falls safely, correctly and naturally. Skaters must be able to slide into knee contact with the floor, rather than crashing onto pads. Slides should be performed from a brisk pace without using hands or flailing arms. Recovery to a normal skating pace should be smooth and immediate, unless noted otherwise.
Single knee taps
Each knee; without coming to a complete stop; without breaking stride; without using hands to recover; performs two consecutive knee taps in stride
Double knee slides
Knees do not make contact with ground at the same time; returns to skating within three seconds; without using hands; momentum is used to continue with the recovery
Level II :: Pack Skills and Interactions
Skaters must demonstrate the ability to perform the following skills legally, safely, and without losing balance, stumbling, or falling, while skating at a moderate pace.
Whips - Classic
Inside and outside; use core muscles NOT shoulder;
Whips - Hip/shirt
Demonstrate ability, judgement and timing to take and give a whip without pulling or getting pulled off balance
Pushes - Giving
Near receiver's center of gravity with ample force to provide noticeable change in receiver's direction of momentum; pushes are centered and even; parallel to the floor
Pushes - Receiving
Uses momentum received and begins skating within 2 seconds; maintains form and balance
Adjusts to variable speeds of a pace line while mainting an arms length distance from other skaters without falling, tripping, overtaking or running into another skater
Unexpected obstacles
Testing in a pack at moderate pace, demonstrate knee taps and slides at unexpected times. Avoid the downed skaters without going out of bounds, falling over them or causing unnecessary hazard; ability to recover balance after bumping skates or locking wheels
Executes skill with good form, control, awareness and speed
Skater must demonstrate the ability to perform the following skills without fouling other skaters while skating at a moderate pace.
Taking hits
Respond safely to repeated heavy blocks with flailing or grabbing other skaters, recover within 2-4 seconds; demonstrate in a pack without causing an unnecessary hazard for other skaters
Positional Blocking
Good posture without loss of balance; lean and push legally at a moderate pack speed; plow stop in a pack without tripping other skaters; plow to slow another skater
Demonstrates ability to lean and push on an opponent with legal blocking zones to legal target zones while moving at moderate pack speed.
Demonstrates the ability to perform repetitive hip and body checks delivered legally with moderate to heavy force while skating at a brisk pace
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