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US Challenge Information 

1. May I use music for my competition event(s)?

Yes. Music is optional. You may use music with your competition events in the  Taiji and Other Internal Divisions.

Please provide your instrumental (non vocal) music on a thumb drive in .mp3 format.

If you are using music for more than one event, each track is on its own drive.

The competition music is the only file on the drive and is on the root level.

Put a  label with your name on your drive.

If you are using different music for different events, then  put the event name on the label as well.

2. Why is the competition split over 2 days?

Splitting the competition over 2 days is so that the competitors will have a less stressful experience by allowing time for enjoying the area attractions.

3. May I video or photograph my competition events, or do I need a permit to do this? 

You don’t need a permit to video or photograph your own performance. If you have a good video or photograph of yourself, we kindly ask that you share it with us for future publications.

4. If I check in early, may I warm up in the Gym?

Yes, please do check in early. You may use the gym in the designated area for warm up.  If there are seminars going on in the gym, we ask you to respect the masters classes, and keep the warm up noise down.

5. What time do you expect to finish the competition in each day?

We will use the space according to the number of competitors and plan to finish by 6 PM so everyone can have a nice dinner.

6. If I buy a spectator ticket for $15, may I watch both days of competition?

The spectator ticket is only good for one day.

8.  I submitted my registration form, and have not paid yet. Where do I submit payment?

The payment link is at US Challenge Payment

9.  I have not competed previously, may I register for the Challenge Division or must I register for the First Timer Division?

You may register for either.

The First Timer Division is for novice participants who have never competed before and would like to perform their routine skills in front of a panel of judges to get a score and receive competition environment experience.

The Challenge Division is for participants who would like to present their skills and also compete against others.

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