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Fort Mill, SC (2.17.24)

Rigging Information

All Aerial Apparatuses will be provided by SOAR. Each competition may vary due to the locations abilities. If you have any questions, contact us at soaraerialcompetition@gmail.com.

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Sling

The Sling will be rigged as a loop from a singular point with a swivel.  The sling will be a 14+ ft long with a medium-stretch fabric. The Slings will be at a set height for the majority of the performers. 

 

Group Category: Max 8 Slings

DISCLAIMER: Performers will not be able to use or bring their own equipment 

Silks

The Silks will be 15 yards and 108 inch wide of medium stretch nylon tricot fabric hung as two fabrics from a singular point, with a swivel from 18 ft, leaving 4-6 ft of excess fabric on the ground.

 

Group Category: Max 8 Silks available

DISCLAIMER: Performers will not be able to use or bring their own equipment 

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Lyra

The Lyra will be a steel hoop rigged as a single tab, with an auto locking carabiner connecting the hoop to a 6 ft span set. Hoop will be wrapped in a smooth cable tape. Chalk may be used. Two Lyra sizes will be available: 2x 31 inches & 2x 36 inches.

The larger hoops will be center stage, while the smaller hoops will be off center.

 

Group Category: Max 4 Lyras available

DISCLAIMER: Performers will not be able to use or bring their own equipment 

Trapeze

The Trapeze will have both thimbles attached to a singular rigging point with a swivel. The elbows will be padded and wrapped with a soft suede fabric and the bar will be taped with smooth cable tape. The ropes will be lengthened to 9+ ft. 

 

Group Category: Max 4 Trapeze available

DISCLAIMER: Performers will not be able to use or bring their own equipment 

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Rigging Safety

All of our equipment measures in KN (kilonewton - carabiners, spansets, etc.) which is the standard of measurement used to determine a hardwards ability to withstand dynamic force.

 

All equipment will be rigged to i-beams (25 ft ceilings), basketing the spansets over the i-beam, by two people, a structural engineer and an aerial rigger.

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