Speed & Medley Window Cleaning Contests

The annual Speed & Medley Window Cleaning Contests are among the most anticipated and enjoyed events of the IWCA Annual Convention and Trade Show! Each year on the trade show floor attendees and well-wishers gather to support their colleagues as they compete. This year the Trade Show and contests are not in competition with educational sessions, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to watch your favorites compete!

The speed contest competitors always wow the crowds, and this year we’ve added a two-man team medley event, making the contests open to more participants and amping up the excitement for watchers. Join us on Friday afternoon on the trade show floor to watch these gladiators compete!

Click here for video of previous competition, via Windows 101. 

 

JIM WILLINGHAM MEMORIAL SPEED WINDOW CLEANING CONTEST 

The Basics: Entrants must be IWCA Members or their employees and be registered attendees of the convention and trade show. Contest equipment and materials will be provided by the IWCA and their sponsors; no other equipment will be permitted. The contest will be observed by one referee and two official timers. Time penalties are assessed based on streaks/residue/unwiped sills. Click here for the complete contest rules. 

Entry Fee: $25, to be paid in full prior to the contest start.  

Prize: Recognition at the closing Awards Banquet, a Championship Belt, and a complimentary full convention registration for the next year’s Annual Convention and Trade show.

 

RON WOODWARD MEMORIAL MEDLEY CONTEST (Single Entry Event)

 The Basics: Entrants must be IWCA Members or their employees and be registered attendees of the convention and trade show. Contest equipment and materials will be provided by the IWCA and their sponsors; no other equipment will be permitted. Contestants will participate as a single entrant, or in two-person teams. A variety of techniques must be demonstrated with the provided equipment, including mandatory poling on one upper window. The attempt will be observed and timed.  The winning entrant will have the fewest mistakes; in the event of a tie the fastest time will win. Competition takes place in a two-minute round. Click here for complete contest rules. 

Entry Fee: $25 for each team member, to be paid in full prior to the contest start.  

Prize: Recognition at the closing Awards Banquet, a Championship Belt, and a complimentary full convention registration for the next year’s Annual Convention and Trade show. 

 

MEDLEY TEAM CHALLENGE (Two-man Team Event)

 The Basics: Entrants must be IWCA Members or their employees and be registered attendees of the convention and trade show. Contest equipment and materials will be provided by the IWCA and their sponsors; no other equipment will be permitted. Contestants will participate as a single entrant, or in two-person teams. Teammates may work at the same time to complete the challenge. A variety of techniques must be demonstrated with the provided equipment, including poling on upper windows. The attempt will be observed and timed.  The winning team will have the fewest mistakes; in the event of a tie the fastest time will win. Competition takes place in a two-minute round. Click here for complete contest rules. 

Entry Fee: $25 for each team member, to be paid in full prior to the contest start.  

Prize: Recognition at the closing Awards Banquet, a Championship Belt, and a complimentary full convention registration for each of the two winning teammates for the next year’s Annual Convention and Trade show. 

Some of us are speed demons and some of us are precision workers, but all of us are ready to cheer for the fiercest competitors and the cleanest windows! You can enter the contests when you register for the convention, or if you’ve already registered you can enter at any time up until the day of the competition. So round up your best team and your fastest competitor and get ready to vie for the title at the next IWCA convention!

 

  Click here to watch previous competitors show off their technique!

 

 

 

 

 

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