WHAT SEPERATES A SWIMSUIT MODEL FROM A FEMALE FITNESS MODEL?

This is a very important question that needs clarification because athletes need to have a clear criterion on what the judges will be looking for the day they step on stage. The major difference between a model and a fitness model is primarily determined by how lean the athlete is. There is no doubt a fine line between being too lean and not quite lean enough so next up we will go over the criteria in greater detail. 

SWIMSUIT MODELS are to depict a picture of health to the general public however they must still have some athleticism about themselves. Models are not expected to be lean and defined though they must still have a toned body and good figure. Models are judged on their physical appearance, beauty, body shape and tone, presentation, confidence, cat walk, stage presence and marketability

Divisions.

Swimsuit Model Novice

Swimsuit Model Under 25 years

Swimsuit Model under 35 years 

Swimsuit Model Classic 35 years over

Swimsuit Model Open  (open to all ages and experience)

SWIMSUIT MODEL INTERNATIONAL: Short 163 cm under

Swimsuit Model International Tall 163 cm over 

This division is a one piece swimsuit costume.

This division is one round only comprising of a cat walk movement for each competitor. once everyone has completed this all competitors will be asked to line up at the front of the stage for a 4 quarter turn movement. you may be asked to preform this more than once. At the completion of this round the place getters will be announced. 

*There is NO overall title for this division* 

Divisions

 Short 163 cm and under

Tall 163cm and over