Find out why ADs, athletes, coaches, and fans love STUNT!
STUNT is a head-to-head game between two teams who execute skills-based routines in various categories – partner stunts, jumps and tumbling, pyramids and tosses, and team routines. Scoring is consistent with other sports.
The number of stunt groups required varies based on routine difficulty. Easier routines have more stunt groups; more difficult routines use two or even one stunt group. This way, you can match up your best bases, tops, and spotters to go head-to-head with the other team’s best!
7 athletes are used for every routine, tumblers vary based on routine difficulty.
Note that the format of STUNT allows you to field athletes who are specialists. For example, someone may be a great backspot or base, but may not be a great tumbler. A coach can choose to play them only in in Quarters 1 and 2, where no tumbling is required. Or, they may be used in the easier levels of Quarter 3 that match their skills. Teams can recruit athletes who specialize in tumbling, but who never have to be in the stunting and pyramid quarters.