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What is PIQScore?

In the PIQSCORE section you may see your average PIQScore on last 6 sessions. 

Select "Jump" or "Turn"  in the top of the screen to see corresponding PIQScore.

JUMP

PIQScore measures your motion based on rotation, airtime and landing. 10 000 pts corresponds to a professional level.

Rotation evaluates the rotation performed in the air.The maximum score – 3,333pts – is awarded for a rotation of 1080 degrees.

Airtime evaluates the time you spent in the air. The maximum score – 3,333pts – is awarded for airtimes of 1,800ms or more.

Landing evaluates your GForce at landing, the smoother the better. The maximum score – 3,333pts – is awarded for a G Force reading of 8G or less.

 TURN

PIQScore measures your motion based on transition, Gforce and carving. 10 000 pts corresponds to a professional level.

Transition evaluates how swift you are to change edge. The maximum score – 3,333pts – is awarded for transitions of 225ms or less.

GForce evaluates the max G force you get in the turn.  The maximum score – 3,333pts – is awarded for a G Force reading of 4G or more.

Carving evaluates your inclination angle in the turn. The maximum score – 3,333pts – is awarded for carving of 80 degrees or more.

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