Stage Presentation is a measurement of how well the athlete presents herself and displays her physique on stage, as well as adherence to TaMaarta posing standards . Judging Officials are looking for athletes to showcase command of the stage, presence and poise, and the ability to convey personality to the audience. Athletes should be able to quickly and smoothly transition between poses.
Mastery and presentation of mandatory poses, stage presense, connection with judges and audience.
Available to all competitors in the division.
Open to athletes from 18-39 years of age.
Open to athletes 40 years of age or older.
Open to division athletes up to and including 5’5″ tall.
Open to division athletes over 5’5″, up to and including 5’8″ tall.
Open to division athletes over 5’8″ tall.
All tanning must be performed by the approved Tanning Provider. Self-tanning or tans by unapproved third party tanning providers are NOT allowed. Competitors will NOT be allowed on stage with unapproved tans.
Phase 2 Stage Presentation and Scoring
Comparison Rounds By Classes:
0.0 – 10 points Symmetry & Proportion
0.0 – 10 points Conditioning & Leanness
0.0 – 10 points Overall Appearance (Hair, Make-Up, Suit, Skin Tone)
0.0 – 10 points Presentation (Poise, Posing, Posture, Stage Presence)
Individual Presentation – 60 second routine:
0.0 – 20 points Overall Appearance (Hair, Make-Up, Suit, Skin Tone)
0.0 – 20 points Presentation (Poise, Posing, Posture, Stage Presence, Creativity)
Results & Placing, Pro Status, and Prize Money
*Results and Placings for this division are based on both Phase 1 (10 Exercise Circuit) and Phase 2 (Stage Presentation) combined scores by class.
*TaMaarta Elite Status is awarded, pending successful urinalysis, to the First Place athlete in an Open class that has a minimum of five (5) athletes.
*TaMaarta Masters Elite Status is awarded, pending successful urinalysis to the First Place athlete in a Masters class that has a minimum of ten (10) athletes.
*This division becomes a Prize Money Incentivized division when there are ten (10) or more athletes competing in the Open class. The First Place athlete will receive, pending successful urinalysis, a $1000 prize.