Who will be crowned ICE KING or QUEEN, PRINCE or PRINCESS for season 2019-2020?

ICE King, Queen, Prince or Princess is a title given to the overall soloist grand champion of each style at the ICE Championships (for cheer soloists) or ICE Ultimate Dance Experience Championships (for dance soloists).

There are two ways to win a bid to compete a solo at ICE Championships or ICE Ultimate Dance Experience Championships:

  1. There will be a bid awarded to the highest scoring soloist in each style from tiny/mini/youth and from junior/senior/open at each event (excluding Christmas ICE Breaker where solos are not available).
  2. ICE Rink solo winners in each style from tiny/mini/youth and from junior/senior/open will compete against each other in a ‘dance-off’ at each event. The winner of each dance off will win a bid to ICE Championships (for cheer) or ICE Ultimate Dance Experience Championships (for dance).

Coaches can enter any bid-winning soloists in the applicable Championships, to compete for the title of ICE King, Queen, Prince or Princess:

  • Tiny, Mini and Youth will compete for ICE Prince/Princess.
  • Junior, Senior and Open will compete for ICE Queen/King.

Please note Jazz/Contemporary/Lyrical will be one style for ICE Rink at ICE Extravaganza Cheer & Dance Events (referred to as ‘Jazz/Contemporary’). Athletes can only win one bid in Jazz/Contemporary from ICE Extravaganza Cheer & Dance ICE Rinks. Jazz/Contemporary bid winners entering the ICE Ultimate Dance Experience Championships will be able to select to compete one solo from Jazz, Contemporary or Lyrical.

Crowning of ICE Royalty at a previous ICE Championships A dance soloist competes at a Championship event ICE Royalty is crowned