2410 Determining a skater’s/team’s competitive region
A. Intermediate and juvenile singles skaters must compete in the region
where legal residence is established or where the principal training
center is located as indicated during the online registration process (see
B. Singles skaters, novice and above, must compete at the regional
championship held in the region in which their home club is located.
C. All pair and dance couples bypass the regional championships and go
directly to the sectional championships. Teams with different home clubs
may choose to compete in the sectional championships of either partner’s
1. Skaters entering a singles event in addition to a partnered event must
enter a regional championship within the section they have chosen for
the partnered event.
A. Under Colorado law, legal residence is defined as the principal or primary
home or place of abode of a person. A principal or primary home or place
of abode is that home or place in which a person’s habitation is fixed
and to which that person, whenever absent, has the present intention of
returning after a departure or absence, regardless of the duration of the
absence. A residence is a permanent building or part of a building and
may include a house, condo, apartment, room in a house or mobile home.
1. The following circumstances may be taken into consideration in
determining the principal or primary place of abode of a person:
a. Current driver’s license
b. Employment and business pursuits
c. Residence for income or other tax purposes
d. Motor vehicle registration
e. Ownership of personal and real property
f. Other public records evidencing place of abode
B. Principal training center is defined as where full-time training takes place
for six months and one day or greater in the one year period preceding the
close of entry date of the affected competition.