＜１＞ No age limit.
＜２＞ The applicant must be registered as a member of SAJ for the year in which he/she takes the examination (including provisional members).
＜３＞ The applicant must have completed 2 pre-test trainings (4 hours) in the year of taking the test.
＜４＞ The prior training mentioned above is valid only for the year in which the test is taken.
＜５＞ Those who wish to take the Crown Prize test must have passed the Technical Prize test.
＜６＞ Those who wish to take the Technical Prize test must have passed the Level 1 test.
○ Parallel turn, large turn (at approximately steep slope/natural)
○ Parallel turn, small turn (at approximately steep slope/natural)
○ Parallel turn, small turn (at approximately medium steep slope/uneven terrain)
○ Total downhill (at approximately general slope/natural)
Ability to ski in response to conditions
１．Formation of the turn movement: positioning and edging
２．Handling of slope conditions: adjustment of speed and rotation arc
３．Quality of the movement: balance, rhythm and timing
The examiner will judge your performance.
The test will be evaluated by 3 examiners, and the average score given by the 3 examiners will be used as the points earned for the test. Points will be rounded to the first decimal place.
100 points shall be awarded per skill. A total of 320 points or more for the 4 skills is considered a passing score.
100 points shall be awarded per skill. A total of 300 points or more for the 4 events is considered a passing score.