Inline Freestyle Skating Competitions feature athletes performing runs completed on a slalom style course, with cones arranged in four rows. The competitions can consist of some or all of following events:


  • Skaters perform a choreographed run to the music of their choice
  • Run is 105-120 seconds long
  • There is only one round, may include a qualification round if there is a large number of skaters in a category
  • Maximum score for a run is 130 points
  • Technique score from 10-60 points
  • Artistic score from 0-70 points
  • Points are deducted for mistakes


  • Two skaters perform a run that is choreographed to the music of their choice
  • Competition area is the same as the slalom classic competition
  • All rules are the same as freestyle slalom classic, however pairs are judged on their synchronicity and they have more time per run, 160-180 seconds
  • Scores are determined based on Technique (60), Artistry (70), and Synchronization (70) for a maximum score of 200 points
  • Penalties are graded the same as in classic freestyle slalom


  • Skaters compete in small groups of 3 or 4 and have several runs to outbid their opponents in technique
  • The best two go through to the next round
  • Skaters of a group perform 30 second runs one by one, generally each perform 3 runs but it may be 2 runs and one single trick or other formats.
  • Judges deliberate to come to a winner through mutual agreement


  • Competitors skate through a line of cones as fast as possible
  • 2 lines of 20 cones spaced at 80cm intervals, with the lines placed 3m apart
  • Divider placed between the cone lines
  • Qualification occurs with two free start runs per skater, the best is counted for qualifying
  • Depending on the number of registrants, an appropriate power of 2 will be chosen for the final phase
  • The top 8, 16, 32, are arranged into a single knockout round style tournament
  • Best of 3, the first skater to win 2 runs goes through to the next round
  • Each skater has a 15s time out for each duel


  • Skaters compete in small groups of 4 and have several runs to outbid their opponents in technique
  • Best two go through to the next round based on direct comparison of skaters
  • Competition area is minimum 40m long by 5m wide
  • Skaters generally get 2 runs each but may be restricted to one due to timing
  • Number of runs in a group varies, in the final skaters have 5 runs each
  • Slides are considered void if the skater, trips, falls, or touches the ground with a hand


  • Skaters have several attempts to jump as high as possible over a bar
  • No protective gear is compulsory but wrist guards and other equipment are recommended
  • Competitor must clear the bar and make it to the finish line without the bar falling, or falling themselves
  • Seems as though an event can occur within a gymnasium or other roller-friendly venue if the organizer has equipment such as cones, tape, barriers, etc.


  • Athletes may wear any type of skates for the competition
  • Cones are required, and these may have a maximum diameter of 7.5cm and a maximum height of 8cm
  • The cones are arranged in four lines (row) with 2-meters between each line (row)


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