The following is the description of the Women's Tri-Fitness event taken from the official Womens Tri-Fitness website:
The athlete will perform a maximum 2-minute routine. They will be judged on strength moves, flexibility, endurance, choreography and overall performance and presentation.
Each routine must consist of at least 2 Strength and 2 Flexibility moves.
Routines may include aerobics, gymnastics, cheerleading, martial arts or other demonstrations of athletic talents.
Props are allowed, but athlete must be able to carry their prop on and off stage.
The stage will consist of a 20' x 40' area. A gymnastic spring floor will used for major competitions.
The scoring will be done on a 10 point system. The high and low scores will be dropped and the overall score will be based on the average of the remaining scores.
Fitness Skills will consist of the following:
Scoring The scoring will be done by adding up the repetitions for the box jump and bench press. The total number of balls picked up during the Shuttle Run will be multiplied by 3 and added to the total repetitions of the other 2 events. The sum of the 3 events will be divided by 10. This will be the athlete's final score.
The Obstacle Course is the ultimate test for any athlete. The course is comprised of:
The competition is either 130 yards or 150 yards depending on the running surface. Beach competitions are 130 yards while football fields and indoor are 150 yardsThe scoring will be done on the 10 point system. The athlete's time will be subtracted from 200 and divided by 16 to get a final score.
The Grace and Physique Round is an Optional Round. An athlete does not have to participate in this separate event. The scoring of this event will not be used in the Tri-Fitness scoring. Separate awards and cash prizes will be given for the competition.
The athlete will present themselves to the judges in a 2-piece swimsuit with heels not to exceed 4 inches. Quarter turns will be directed by the head judge. The judges will score each athlete by assessing the degree of firmness, symmetry, proportion, overall physical appearance, poise and presentation.
The scoring will be done on the 10 point system. The high and low scores will be dropped and the overall score will be based on the average of remaining scores.