Categories

Who can participate in the CMC?


Anyone over the age of 16 who so wishes can take part in this test (minors will require an authorization from their parents), as long as they are correctly registered, both in time and form.
The teams must be formed by 4 people (the gender of the components will vary according to the category), having to have at least one person of each sex.

Individual categories

ELITE

Top athletes, will compete with the best of the best. They are experienced competitors who not only master all skills, but are also capable of demanding and competing 100%.

RX

Athletes in process, dominate the vast majority of movements and disciplines, will compete with athletes of some experience but for different reasons do not yet have the ability to make the leap to the highest category.

SC

Athletes in this category are usually beginning their journey, not competing for glory, money or recognition. This category will be subject to less work than the previous ones, and should bring together people who want to compete for fun, being aware that they still have much to improve. Having said this, we would like to emphasize that, even though they are not great masters of our sport, they will be asked for basic movements of competition, such as toes to bar, chest to bar, pistols, and lifts with moderate loads of competition.

+35-39*

Top athletes in their age range will compete with the best of the best. They are experienced competitors who not only master all skills, but are also capable of demanding and competing 100%.
*35 years old when contesting the qualifier and no more than 39 when contesting the event in its face-to-face phase

+40-43*

Athletes, who dominate the vast majority of movements and disciplines, will compete with experienced athletes in equal conditions, cancelling out with the activation of this category any disadvantage they may have due to the difference in age. In this category, the loads and the volume of work to which they will be subjected will be more moderate than in the Tops.
*40 years old when contesting the qualifier and no more than 43 when contesting the event in its face-to-face phase

+44*

Athletes, who dominate the vast majority of movements and disciplines, will compete with experienced athletes in equal conditions, cancelling out with the activation of this category any disadvantage they may have due to the difference in age. In this category, the loads and the volume of work to which they will be submitted during the championship will be more moderate than in the previous one.
*44 years old when contesting the qualifier

+35 SC*

Athletes in this category are usually beginning their journey, not competing for glory, money or recognition. This category will be subject to less work than the previous ones, and should bring together people who want to compete for fun, being aware that they still have much to improve. Having said this, we would like to emphasize that, even though they are not great masters of our sport, they will be asked for basic movements of competition, such as toes to bar, chest to bar, pistols, and lifts with moderate loads of competition.
*35 years old when contesting the qualifier

TEENS

Athletes between 16 and 17 years old who are usually beginning their career, do not compete for glory, money or recognition. This category will be subject to less work than the Tops, and must congregate kids who want to compete for fun, being aware that they still have much to improve, to reach the Rx or Elite level.
*16 years old when contesting the qualifier and no more than 17 when contesting the event in its face-to-face phase

Categories by Teams

TEAMS

The teams will be formed by 4 Athletes, 2M and 2W in the case of the Elite category, which must cover the profile defined for Elite Athletes. In the case of Rx and SC teams, there will be 3M and 1W per team. It is recommended that each athlete of the team meets all the characteristics commented above.