Each skater will have only one CD played during their turn and must wait for their turn again for a second CD to be played.
The skater whose CD is first in line should start their music approximately five minutes into the session or risk losing their turn.
CD's may be withheld for a lesson and played at the pro's request. Skaters are encouraged to do this if they know they will have a lesson.
A pro request is honored once per freestyle session per skater, if a lesson is being given. However, if a skater did not choose to reserve their CD for a lesson, the request must be denied. If the CD was withheld for the lesson and not played, that skater's CD will go to the front of the line after the lesson
If a skater is called for their program, and declines or is off the ice, they will lose their turn and their CD goes to the back of the line. They may play their CD only in a lesson or when their name is called when next up in line.
Any skater bumping or moving another skater's CD without permission from that skater will lose their CD playing privilege on that session.
It is the responsibility of the skater to know whom they follow in the CD line.
There are no "do-overs". If a skater's program is started and they stop, they may not start over. The CD will be placed at the end of the line to be played on their next turn.
If after there are three program refusals in a row the radio or a general music CD will be played. Any skater may go over and restart the program music line at that time.
It is the responsibility of the skater whose program just finished playing to call the next CD in line.
If a skater is not in a lesson, a maximum of 3 program run throughs per session will be allowed. This number includes "just running a program section" and any "stopping and starting over". If a skater is in a lesson, the skater may run their program as many times as directed by the coach or choreographer.
Music with any type of offensive lyrics is not allowed to be played during club ice sessions, in the club room or during any club sponsored off-ice event. Any offensive music that is played will be confiscated by a club board member, ice monitor, coaching professional or designated representative of the club.