Competitive Skateboarding has thrived for decades and many organization, both public and private, built different programs and professional Judges. World Skate's aim is to enhance what skateboarding already built spontaneously, sharing experiences to structure a Judging program that is universally agreed and accepted. ISJC workshop will take place in China from the 17th to the 20th of April.
During the last months, World Skate has been collecting and evaluating candidacies from different sources. The broad list of Judging experts has been organized in 2 groups: The International Skateboarding Judging Commission (ISJC) and the International Skateboarding Judging Advisor Panel (ISJAP).
The ISJC is a group of expert judges coming from National Federations (NF) and Professional Event Organizers (PEO) that will come together to define Skateboarding Judging Criteria and procedures, as well as defining World Skate Judging Educational program. The group of 17 will meet in Nanjing for a 4 days work session, hosted by the City of Nanjing and the Chinese Roller Sport Federation and local promoter Crownboard.
The ISJAP is a group of expert judges coming from National Federations (NF) and Professional Event Organizers (PEO) that will review and make suggestions on drafts produced by ISJC. The Advisor panel includes over 20 members and will receive the first draft document by the end of May 2018.
International Skateboarding Judging Commission (ISJC)
International Skateboarding Judging Advisor Panel (ISJAP)
|Renaat De Pierre||Belgium|
|Warren Stuart||Hong Kong|
|Noam Revkin Fenton||Israel|
|Adlan Farazi Arif||Malaysia|
|Mohd Idzham Rahman||Malaysia|