Individual Trick Scores

Starting Trick:
End Trick:
Direction of Trick:

tricklist202403.csv Updated:Mar. 01, 2024
ID Trick name Points

Update History

[Updated: Feb. 26, 2024]
Trick score has changed significantly.

Major changes:
1.Revised the basic points of all 'Start Bounce', 'Direction' and 'End Bounce'.

2.The basic points of the movements of "front flip" and "back flip" are the same.

3. Removed the "Peruvian" trick from the trick list.

[Updated: Apr. 28, 2023]
Trick score has been greatly revised.

[Updated: Feb. 09, 2023]
Trick score has been greatly revised.

[Updated: Sep. 16, 2019]
Trick score has been greatly revised.

[Updated: Nov. 15, 2018]
Trick score has been greatly revised.

Today, ISI has fallen to the hands of its judges and the athletes who have competed under it since 2015. Rules and trick scores are established and changed through annual feedback in which everyone’s opinions factor into the final rule changes that are established at the start of the year.

At the end of the year, a questionnaire is sent out to all the athletes who have competed in the ISI system to ask what changes they would like to see and also opinions on the scoring for the next year. The answers to the questions are kept anonymous and then discussed among the judges once all the information is collected. Once the new rules have been established, changes and updates are made to the rules for the following year. ISI was created, and will always strive to be about the athletes, and to fairly and accurately score their performance in a competition.

*if you find that a trick has already been landed at an ISI judged competition but is not on the trick score list or ,if you feel that a trick is being evaluated too far, please contact us from time to time.