Costume(s) may not be used as a prop. The artistic expression of the program is reflected in choice of costume design however the costume may not be manipulated in a way that it becomes a prop. A violation of this ruling will result in a onetime costume prop penalty of 2.0.
A pair may consist of 2 female athletes, 1 male and 1 female or 2 male athletes.
Junior Pair - Two members who will be 17 years of age or younger as of 31 December 2024. Both athletes must be Junior age
Senior Pair - Two members who will be 18 years of age or older as of 31 December 2024. Exception: A junior athlete may compete in a senior pair. If the pair consists of 1 Junior and 1 Senior, they compete as Senior.
A freestyle team can consist of a minimum of (6) members, a maximum of (8) members.
Minimum age is 12 years, no maximum.
The team may consist of members of both sexes, if so desired.
Helsingborg’s status as a town was first recorded in 1085, and the city's most famous landmark, Kärnan tower, dates back to the early 14th century.
Another building to check out in Helsingborg is the beautiful Town Hall. In 1889, an architectural competition was organized to determine the design of the building. The architect Alfred Hellerström won the competition, and in 1897, the building was constructed according to his design.
One of the oldest churches in Helsingborg, Mariakyrkan (Mary’s Church), dates back to the 1300s.
Today, Helsingborg is ranked as the ninth-largest city in Sweden.
In 2022, Helsingborg city was awarded the title of Sweden's City Center of the Year.
A classic in Helsingborg is to "Tura." "Tura" is a local expression for taking a ferry ride across the sound without disembarking in Helsingør. Essentially, it means staying on board, enjoying food, drinks, the view, and shopping at your leisure. You can go back and forth as many times as you want! For those inclined to visit Helsingør and Denmark, the boat ride takes only 20 minutes one way. For the adventurous, you can try a Danish specialty, "rød pølse" (red hot dog).
In Helsingborg, you'll find Sweden's oldest pedestrian street, Kullagatan. A 470-meter-long pedestrian street where you can find a wide range of local shops and cafes.
Don't miss Helsingborg's newest district, Oceanhamnen, a part of the city where city life combines with a coastal environment. Easily accessible via the impressive Varvsbron.
If you enjoy newer art, check out the street art in Helsingborg. You can explore the artworks using the app "Guide Helsingborg."
Don't leave Helsingborg without trying the local specialty "bulle med bulle" (bun with bun). This delightfully quirky snack consists of a bread roll stuffed with an oat-based chocolate ball. Other Swedes might be a bit skeptical about this snack, but a true Helsingborgare loves it!