Routines - Groups

Below is a list of routine types, which multiple twirlers can compete in together.

Twirling team
A routine in which four or more twirlers twirl in unison to association-defined music. The routine must include an entrance and exit, exchanges, changes in floor pattern, twirling variety.

Dance Twirl
A routine in which four or more twirlers twirl in a way that coordinates with self-selected music. Costumes, bodywork and floor pattern should also exemplify the expression of the music. A combination of baton work and dance is required.

Half-time
A routine in which four or more twirlers twirling to self-selected music. The purpose of a half-time routine is entertainment.

Half-time Show Twirl
A routine which includes a Dance Twirl segment, and at some point in the routine, 50% of the competitors must twirl a baton or spin any type of color guard equipment (flags, sabers, rifles).

Half-time Show Pom Pon
A routine choreographed to exhibit the ability of the competitors to use pom pons. This routine should include dance, pom designs, and a variety of floor patterns.

Half-time Show Danceline
A routine choreographed to exhibit grace, group designs, precision, and changes in floor patterns. The competitors should express the feel of the music using their bodies and facial expressions.