Competitors

Aerial Sport Organization

Join us for the upcoming year of Aerial Sport Organization competitions! These events feature adult competitions for hammock, lyra and silks from Levels 1-3.

Sound familiar? We're the sister organization to PSO. What can you expect from our events? We...

- Are consistently professional. Our events are organized, run on time, and we keep on top of communication.

- Feel like family! We'll cheer for you, give you a hug to calm your nerves, and celebrate with you when you nail that nemesis move on stage.

- Are accessible to all levels, ages, and locations.


Interested? Check out our 2019 schedule of events here.


The ASO Team

Nationals: Level 5 Wild Card

Who doesn’t love second chances? Would you like one more chance to earn an entry to the 2019 US National Pole Championship finals? We are opening a Championship Level 5 division on Saturday morning at Nationals. The 1st Place winners will advance as the Wild Card entry that evening to compete for the 2019 US National Pole Championship title. Register HERE. Registration closes June 10, 2019.

Choreo 101 eBook

So, you want to compete but have no idea how to put together a pole piece on your own? That’s OK! Just like pole tricks, choreography is a skill that can be learned. This step-by-step guide will walk you through the preparation and thought process of making your vision come to life, from creating an idea to diving in to the formula for assembling the best balance of your entire program.

Additionally, you will learn how to rehearse and polish your innovations without losing any of the original spark, while providing ways to look for and discover any last minute needed changes in a safe and smart way. This guide will have you feeling confident about putting your best foot forward on the Pole Sport Organization stage.

ebook by Leah Franklin. Includes 30 pages of text and links to example videos, week by week.

Get yours here!

Will you combine my age group?

Will you combine my age group?

This is one of the more common questions that we get. Here’s an outline of how we go through the process of deciding the scheduling of age group divisions.

  1. We look at how many of each category and level have signed up.

  2. We look at how many of each age group have signed up. If there are enough to split out every age group separately, then we will. If not, we will combine age groups with Junior/Senior together and Master/Grand Master together.

Example #1 Sign Ups:

Dramatic Level 2 Junior = 3 competitors

Dramatic Level 2 Senior = 3 competitors

Dramatic Level 2 Master = 3 competitors

Dramatic Level 2 Grand Master = 1 competitor

We would do a division for:

Dramatic Level 2 Junior/Senior = 6 competitors

Dramatic Level 2 Master/Grand Master = 4 competitors

Example #2 Sign Ups:

Exotic Level 3 Junior = 7 competitors

Exotic Level 3 Senior = 6 competitors

Exotic Level 3 Master = 1 competitor

Exotic Level 3 Grand Master = 0 competitors

We would do a division for:

Exotic Level 3 Junior = 7 competitors

Exotic Level 3 Senior = 6 competitors

Exotic Level 3 Master = 1 competitor

Example #3 Sign Ups:

Championship Level 4 Junior = 8 competitors

Championship Level 4 Senior = 1 competitors

Championship Level 4 Master = 1 competitor

Championship Level 4 Grand Master = 1 competitors

We would do a division for:

Championship Level 4 Junior/Senior = 9 competitors

Championship Level 4 Master/Grand Master = 2 competitors

What happens if I don’t like my age grouping?

  1. If you are the only person in your division, like the Master in Example #2, then you can email us right after the competitor list or the schedule comes out and asked to be combined with the other age group so that you’re not alone. If we can easily make this change, we are more than happy to do so. The earlier you ask, the more likely it is that we can help you.

  2. If you are not the only person in your division, everyone has to stay put. In Example #1, one of the Grand Masters couldn’t move into the Junior/Senior division.

  3. You can always opt to do a non-judged Showcase if competing against others just isn’t for you this time.

In summary, we would encourage you not to worry about who you are competing against, and instead focus on creating a routine that is uniquely yours - something that you’re proud to put onstage.