What is the spectator fee?
The price for spectators over 3 years of age is at $20. These are per person rates. Children 3 years and under are FREE.
What time will the teams compete?
A preliminary schedule will be sent 3 weeks (or more) before the event. All performance times will be indicated there.
When are awards?
There will be an award session at the end of the night. We will provide a preliminary performance order by April 17 for the MaXout Lanakila Event.
What will awards be?
Awards sessions will be spread out throughout the day of the event. This will be based on number of teams in divisions and will be indicated on the preliminary schedule sent approximately 3 weeks before the event. Awards will include: Champion t-shirts; Grand Champion rings; and Supreme Grand Champion goes home with the coveted IPU.
What placements will be recognized?
Placement recognition banners will be awarded to the top 2 teams. 1st place teams and individuals will receive individual mini-banners.
Does that mean we don’t get rankings?
That’s exactly right. We will be recognizing the 1st and 2nd place teams at this event. Everyone that receives a bid is already a winner. We want the athletes to end on a high note, not end in 14th place. To that end, for each division we will bring the 1st and second place teams on stage and recognize our 1st place team. After each 1st place team has been recognized and awarded we will bring the 1st place teams on stage to recognize our Grand Champions and our Supreme Grand Champion.
Is the competition open to solos, duos, trios, and stunt groups?
No. We will not have performance groups at this event, it’s a bid only team event.
Judging and Scoring (Here’s a link to the scoresheets)
MaXout is a proud non-sanctioned event company. That means we are not a USASF event company. You will find the MaXout rules are similar, but there are some slight differences. If you’d like specific details, ask your bid liaison. Since we create our own scoresheets, it is important that we certify our judges. This also helps ensure you’re getting scored appropriately. Your bid liaison will review the scoresheets from your event producer and let you know what, if any, differences there will be with the MaXout scoring system.
Combined Categories for awards:
To ensure proper competition for everyone, we will be using the following combinations for award purposes.
The combined categories will be based on percentage of possible score for Grand Champion rankings.
Tiny = MAX Tiny, CORE Tiny, Rec Tiny, Mitey Mite Pop Warner, Tiny PRIMARY/BASIC
Mini = MAX Mini, CORE Mini, Rec Mini, Junior Pee Wee Pop Warner, Mini PRIMARY/BASIC
Youth = Allstar MAX Youth, Allstar CORE Youth, Rec Youth, Pee Wee Pop Warner, Elementary School
Junior = MAX Junior, CORE Junior, Rec Junior, Junior Varsity Pop Warner, Middle School
Senior = MAX Senior, CORE Senior, Rec Senior, Varsity Pop Warner, High School
When Will I know if I got a bid?
Check out our MaXout facebook page on the Tuesday following the event to see the bid winners.
Interesting bid names, why?
We all know the value of Paid, partial paid and at-large bids. We wanted something different. We wanted something that you could show off, take pictures with and be proud of. We love the feeling of Hawaii and the Aloha that it brings, so we decided to name the bids after the traditional leis of our favorite islands. The Aloha bid was out of the love we have for all gyms, but specifically for those outside of our event region that still should be able to be part of our events.
What do the bids mean?
Lokelani is the traditional lei of Maui. This bid is for full registration waiver for a team. Ilima is the traditional lei of Oahu. This bid is for a 50% waiver of registration fees for a team. Mokihana is the traditional lei of Kauai. This bid is an at-large bid and would be for full registration fees.
What happens with crossovers?
The bids apply to the individual registration for a particular team. I.e. if an athlete is on a junior 2 team that receives a mokihana bid and a youth 1 team that receives a lokelani bid, that athlete would be free on the youth 1 team and full price on the junior 2 team.
Registration is due by April 1, 2020. If you receive a bid after April 1, you’ll have 1 week to declare your bid location and get registered.
How do we register?
Your bid liaison will provide you details about how to get registered and be your main point of contact to ensure your travel and event success. You can always email email@example.com with any questions at any time.
How much does the event cost?
Lokelani – $0 per athlete for registration
Ilima – $35 per athlete for registration
Mokihana – $75 per athlete for registration
Spectator fee will be $20 for anyone over 3 years old.