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Designing Competition Formats. Designing Competition Formats. Guiding Principles. Students get equal playing time learning to play different positions. Emphasis is on TEAM, & team performance. General Competition Formats. Progressive competitions . Event Model.

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Designing Competition Formats

Guiding Principles

Students get equal playing time

learning to play different positions.

Emphasis is on TEAM, & team

performance.


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General Competition Formats

Progressive competitions

Event Model

Dual Meet Model

Round Robin

Tournament

Tabloids (Skill Challenge Circuits)


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General Competition Formats

Progressive competitions

Season progresses from. 1 v 1 to

2 v 2 to perhaps 4 v 4.

Competition based on skill

& experience to ensure teams are

balanced.

Can also be based on changes in

field space, equipment, etc.


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General Competition Formats

Event Model

Common format for sport like track &

field, gymnastics, & swimming.

Team members compete individually, but

each performance counts to a total team

score.


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General Competition Formats

Event Model (cont’d.)

Early season focus is on

a) technique and fitness development

b) determining team representatives for indiv. events.

Mid-season then includes a series of

team competitions.

End-of-season includes a celebratory

event that could take several lesson,

depending on the number of events.


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General Competition Formats

Dual Meet Model

Two teams compete where each is

represented by individuals or pairs.

Teams typically compete in singles and

doubles competitions.

Common format for racquet games.

(such as the Davis Cup for international tennis)


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General Competition Formats

Round Robin Format

Each team plays every other team during

a season (at least once).

Scope of the competition depends on the

number of teams and levels of graded

competition).


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General Competition Formats

Round Robin Format (cont’d. )

Organizational dilemma:

Larger number of teams

Solution:

Create multiple divisions


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General Competition Formats

Round Robin Format (cont’d. )

Progressive Competition Variation:

  • Use progressive competition, by splitting the season in half; with games during the second half of the season being technically & tactically more complex.

  • After first half of the season, teams review performance and prepare for second half.


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General Competition Formats

Tournament Format

Compass Tournament (non-elimination)

Ladder & Pyramid tournament


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General Competition Formats

Nonsport Competition Formats

Excellent format for dance competition

Teams become “companies”

Non-performing roles include:

> Choreographer; Leader; Reviewer or critic;

Dance judge, Master of Ceremonies, etc.


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General Competition Formats

Culminating Events

ALL authentic sport experiences end

with a culminating event.

ALERT!: In Sport Education

ALL teams participate in the

culminating event.

Can include both competitive and

social elements.


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General Competition Formats

Culminating Events (cont’d.)

Awards & recognition should target

not only winning teams, but also

contribution to roles & fairplay.

Essential to making the sport

experience festive.


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General Competition Formats

Culminating Events (cont’d.)

Options for culminating events:

  • Awards Banquet

  • Guest Speaker

  • Championship games (interdivisional finals)

  • Team-based Skill Challenges (i.e. pro- league all-star games)

Requires A LOT of forethought and planning!


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