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The iF3 2020 Masters’ World Cup is an open competition for athletes ages 30+. The competition consists of an online qualifier phase in September followed by a live but virtual final in November.

Who: Any athlete 30 years of age or over as of December 31, 2020. Age groups are 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65+. Your age is determined by your age as of December 31, 2020.

When: Online Qualifier Phase September 1st-30th, 2020. Live final for the top 5 in each age bracket November 20th-22nd, 2020.

Prizes: Winner of each age bracket will win a spot to 2020/21 iF3 Worlds in Portugal, which will take place June 2021.

  • The spot goes to the individual athlete. This will NOT count against the total number of spots allotted to your country for Masters Worlds.
  • If an athlete wins a spot through the World Cup but has previously been given a spot to Masters’ Worlds through their Federation, the spot earned from the Masters’ World Cup will take precedence over the National Federation spot, and thus the National Federation will be able to select an additional athlete to send to Masters’ Worlds in that age group.
  • If the winning athlete chooses not to attend Worlds in Portugal the sport will not pass down to the next athlete.

How It Works: This is an individual competition only

  1. Online Qualifier Stage: Athletes will complete 6 tests (one in each of the iF3 Individual Medley Test Categories) over the course of the qualifying period. All 6 tests will be released at once and athletes may choose when and in what order to complete the tests. All scores must be submitted online by September 30th, 2020. Athletes must submit a video of their online test performances.
  2. Live Final: The top 5 athletes in each age division will be invited to participate in a Live Final. Athletes will participate from their home gym with a technical official present to count their repetitions and record their scores. Athletes will be required to sign the streaming platform and will compete head to head with the other finalists in their age group.
  • The final will be 90 minutes long and athletes will complete 4 tests in that block of  time.
  • Tests will be released in advance and athletes will be expected to show up to the final warmed up and with their equipment set up and ready to go. Athletes will be instructed on appropriate equipment configuration.
  • An MC/Announcer will start the athletes on each test and maintain the flow of the competition.

The 2020 iF3 Continental Cup is a live virtual competition for the top athletes from each country. The competition consists of a preliminary round in the first weekend of December followed by a final round the following weekend.

Who: Each National Federation may selected up to 3 individual men, 3 individual women, and 1 team of 4 (made up of 2 men and 2 women) to participate (only athletes SELECTED by each National Federation can participate).

When: Preliminary Round December 4th-6th, 2020. Final Round December 12th, 2020.

Prizes: The Individual Intercontinental Championships will win a spot to 2021 iF3 World Championships in Australia.

  • The spot goes to the individual athlete. This spot will NOT count against the total number of spots allotted to your country for 2021 Worlds.
  • If an athlete wins a spot through the Continental Cup but has previously been given a spot to 2021 Worlds through their Federation, the spot earned from the Continental Cup will take precedence over the National Federation spot, and thus the National Federation will be able to select an additional athlete to send to 2021 Worlds
  • If the winning athlete chooses not to attend Worlds in Australia the spot will NOT pass down to the next athlete.
  • Team athletes will be competing for the title of Intercontinental Team Champions and a prize package from our sponsors.

How It Works: Each round will be a live streamed competition. Athletes participate at their own gyms around the world and will need to have a technical official on site to count their repetitions and record their scores. Each round of competition is 2 hours long and athletes will complete 6 scored tests in that 2 hours.

  • Preliminary Round: Athletes will compete in sessions, which are assigned based on their continent. Sessions will be at a specific time where the athletes will login to the streaming platform to compete and the competition will last 2 hours. Over t he 2 hours athletes will perform 6 tests, one in each of the iF3 categories. The top 3 athletes/teams from each session will move on the final.
  • Final Round: the final will follow the same structure, but will contain the top finishers from each continental session.

Important Notes:

  • Team athletes will need to be present in the  same physical location for the team division.
  • Tests will be released in advance and athletes will be expected to login to the streaming platform with their equipment set up and warmed up and ready to begin the competition at the assigned time.

Continental Groupings:

  • Group 1: The Americas
  • Group 2: Western Europe
  • Group 3: Eastern Europe
  • Group 4: Middle East/Africa/Asia/Australia

The iF3 2020 Teens World Cup is an open competition for athletes 13-18. The competition consists of an online qualifier phase in September followed by a live but virtual final in November.

Who: Any athlete in the following age categories 13-14, 15-16, or 17-18 years of age. Your age category is based on your age as of December 31st, 2020

*Please note athletes who are not members of a National Federation or do not have a National Federation in the country are not eligible for the live final*

When: Online Qualifier Phase September 1st-30th, 2020. Live Final for the top 5 in each age bracket November 20th-22nd, 2020.

How It Works:

  1. Online Qualifier Stage: Athletes will complete 4 tests (one in each of the iF3 Youth Individual Medley Test Categories: Endurance, Strength, Skill and Mixed). All 4 tests will be released at once and athletes may choose when to complete the tests, but all scores must be submitted online by September 30th. Athletes must submit a video of their online test performances.
  2. Live Final: The top 5 athletes in each age division will be invited to participate in a Live Final via a streaming platform. Athletes will participate from their home gym with a technical official present to count their repetitions, watch for safety faults, and record their scores. Athletes will be required to sign to the streaming platform will compete head to head with the other finalist in their age group.
  • The final will be 60-90 minutes long and athletes will complete 4 tests in that block of time.
  • Tests will be released in advance and athletes will be expected to show up to the final warmed up and with their equipment setup and ready to go. Athletes will be instructed on appropriate equipment configuration.
  • An MC/Announcer will start the athletes on each test and handle the flow of the event.