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2010-2011 ALPINE RULE CHANGES & PRECISIONS ALPINE RULES The current Printed Alpine ICR is 2008 No new FIS Printing planned until 2012 ACA website version contains all changes (precisions) to Antalya, Turkey – June 2010 This version is available as printed booklet, $10

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2010-2011

ALPINE RULE CHANGES

&

PRECISIONS

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


ALPINE RULES

  • The current Printed Alpine ICR is 2008

  • No new FIS Printing planned until 2012

  • ACA website version contains all changes (precisions) to Antalya, Turkey – June 2010

  • This version is available as printed booklet, $10

  • Fall changes to be confirmed by FIS Council Nov 16th

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


Alpine Rules 2010

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


Rules Process

  • The process by which Rules are created or amended seems complex but if followed it works efficiently.

  • English is now the accepted ICR language.

  • An English language work group has been formed to improve the clarity of the text.

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


2010 Rules

  • English language changes are included in the ACA website version and booklet.

  • Minor rule changes for 2010

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director

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ICR Corrections - 2010

602. Development process of a FIS TD

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director

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ICR Corrections 2010

605.6

The times of the forerunners should not be published.

801.2.4

Number of Direction Changes (number of direction changes by rounding up or down of the decimals):

Olympic Winter Games, FIS World Ski Championships and World Cup

- 30% to 35% of the vertical drop, +/- 3 direction changes

FIS, Continental Cup, Entry League races and Children competitions:

- 30% to 35% of the vertical drop +/- 3 direction changes

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


ICR Corrections 2010

804.3

Where there is no outside pole, both feet and ski tips must have passed the turning pole on the same side, following the natural race line of the slalom. The natural race line is an imaginary line from turning pole to turning pole, which the racer has to cross. If the racer has not correctly passed the natural raceimaginary line from turning pole to turning pole and does not follow the natural race line, then he has to climb back up and pass around the missed turning pole. Where there is an outside pole (first and last gate, delayed gate, and combinations (hairpin, vertical) art. 661.4.1. is valid.

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


ICR Corrections 2010

1001.1.4Entry League Races (ENL) Men

- 350 m - 500 m

1001.3.4 The Super-G must be set as follows (number of direction changes by rounding up or down of the decimals):

For FIS level events 7% of the vertical drop equals the minimum number of direction changes. For OWG, WSC, WJC and COC level events 6% of the vertical drop equals the minimum number of direction changes.

The distance between the turning poles of two successive gates must be at least 25 m (exception: art. 1003.1.1).

Children's competitions: minimum 8%, maximum 10% direction changes of the vertical drop.

Entry League (ENL) Men: minimum 7% of the vertical drop

1210.7 Team competitions may be conducted for Children’s competitions. Such team competitions should be described as «Specifications for Team Competitions for Children»

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


ICR Changes 2010

604.3 Team Captains Meetings and Draw

In accordance with ICR 213.4 and 216 the time and location of the first team captain’s meeting and of the draw must be shown in the programme.

An actual meeting, attended in person by team captains, jury, and race officials is an inseparable part of the competition and is important for communication of jury instructions, support of the OC, OC requests and information as well as a critical element for risk management and liability related matters. ICR 216 and 217 apply in all cases.

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


ICR Changes 2010

806.2 Limitations in the Second Run

The Jury has the right to reduce the number of competitors for the second run to half on the first run start list. The decision has to be made no later than one hour before the start of the first run.

The Jury has the right to reduce the number of competitors in the second run to half, provided that notice was given in the invitation or on the official notice board before the race started, and at the team captain's meeting before the draw.

906.2 Limitations in the Second Run

The Jury has the right to reduce the number of competitors for the second run to half on the first run start list. The decision has to be made no later than one hour before the start of the first run.

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


ICR Changes 2010

904 Single Gate Giant Slalom

All rules of the ICR are valid, except as follows: 

904.1 Single Gate Giant Slalom is permitted only in International FIS level Competitions (see art 201.3.4, 201.3.4 and 201.3.6) 

904.2 A Single Gate Giant Slalom has no outside gate, except for the first and the last gate and delayed gates. 

904.3 Where there is no outside gate, both feet and ski tips must have passed the turning pole of the turning gate on the same side, following the natural race line of the giant slalom. If the racer has not correctly passed the imaginary line from turning pole to turning pole and does not follow the natural race line, then he has to climb back up and pass around the missed turning gate. Where there is an outside gate (first and last gate, delayed gate) art. 661.4.1. is valid.

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


Classifications

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


Classifications

9.9.1 – Quotas MUST be supervised at TC Meeting AND before the draw by the TD, Race Secretary and TC.

9.9.2 – Any competitor who starts and exceeds Nations Quota will not be considered in result or penalty if breach is discovered before official results. Indicate as DSQ (Over Quota). If discovered later Office will re-calculate.

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


Timing Devices

  • FIS Timing Working Group includes:

    • Ted Savage, Allan Church, Dave Pym

  • FIS Data Working Group includes

    • Allan Church, Dave Pym, Tami Strong

  • Devices dated xxx.97 – not valid after June 30 unless manufacturer re-submits to COSC for re-testing.

  • Contact Manufacturer or Manufacturers Agent or Representative.

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


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