For Scheduling, Rulebook and Membership information please visit http://www.flowrider.com/flowtour/ or E-mail Adam@FlowRider.com
Friday, June 5th - 5:00pm-8:00pm
Saturday, June 6th- 8:00am-10:00am
Event Start Time:
Saturday, June 6th - 10:00am - 7:00pm
Airport: Pensacola International Airport (Approx 45-60 min drive)
Address: 2430 Airport Blvd Ste 225, Pensacola, FL 32504
Phone: (850) 436-5000
All entries MUST be complete and submitted to the FLOW Tour director or hosting venue prior to event practice. No entry refunds will be given if the competitor does not attend the event. (Subject to reasoning)
Mens Pro Flowboard - $50
Womens Pro Flowboard - $50
Pro Bodyboard - $50
Mens Flowboard (18+) - $35
Mens Bodyboard (18+) - $35
Womens Flowboard (all ages) - $35
Womens Bodyboard (all ages) - $35
Junior Flowboard (17/under) - $35
Junior Bodyboard (17/under) - $35
Masters Flowboard (35+) - $35
Masters Bodyboard (35+) - $35
Youth Flowboard (12/under) - $35
Youth Bodyboard (12/under)- $35
Additional Amateur Division: $20
- It is enforced for all competitors to pay a Flowboarding League Of the World (FLOW) membership fee to compete in the 2015 North America FLOW Tour season.
- The yearly member fee will be $30 for all divisions. This onetime fee allows the rider to enter any FLOW sanctioned event and will give the rider a national ranking in their specific division. A rider may also choose to pay the “per event” fee, which will be $10.
- Competitors entering both Pro Divisions will pay the flat entry fee rate. For instance, if a competitor chooses both PRO divisions (Flowboard & Bodyboard) the total entry sum for the individual will be $100.
-If a competitor choses to enter one Pro Division and one Amateur Division, competitor will pay the PRO entry fee of $50 and $20 for the additional Amateur Division. For example, Pro Flowboard and Men’s Bodyboard, the total entry sum for the individual will be $70.00
Scoring Process/Judging Criteria:
Each riders run are broken down into 3 categories:
1.) Execution 2.) Difficulty 3.) Variety
• Judges will submit a score (1-10) for each individual rider after each run.
• Once the rider has had their three runs, their top two scores will be added together to give a final score out 20.