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2013-2014 ALPINE RULE CHANGES & PRECISIONS. Rules Process. Spring Meeting - Rule Changes. Proposals circulated in advance to relevant Sub-Committees. Precisions for SH Fall Meeting – For necessary/emergency changes Precisions. Types of Changes. 3 Types of changes in Alpine Rules

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2013 2014 alpine rule changes precisions

2013-2014

ALPINE RULE CHANGES

&

PRECISIONS

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


2013 2014 alpine rule changes precisions

Canadian Snowsports Association Dave Pym Managing Director


Rules process

Rules Process

  • Spring Meeting - Rule Changes.

  • Proposals circulated in advance to relevant Sub-Committees.

  • Precisions for SH

  • Fall Meeting – For necessary/emergency changes

  • Precisions

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2013 2014 alpine rule changes precisions

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Types of changes

Types of Changes

3 Types of changes in Alpine Rules

  • Simple – corrections in spelling, punctuation, terminology – No Alpine Committee/Council

  • Moderate – Improvement in wording – no change in intent or meaning – Alpine Committee Review but No Council Decision needed

  • Significant – Alpine Committee Recommendation and Council Approval

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Alpine rules

ALPINE RULES

  • The current Valid Alpine ICR is July 2013

  • Note: Updated After Fall Council Meeting

  • FIS Web will have current valid ICR

  • FIS Web will also have red-line version

  • Very limited Precisions each fall

  • Precisions confirmed - Council Nov 3, 2013

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Spring fall 2013

Spring-Fall 2013

203.5

Application for a change of FIS Licence Registration

New Wording Added – “Applications will not be accepted if a parent has obtained a passport for the new country, but is not resident, and/or there is no family ancestry.”

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Spring fall 20131

Spring-Fall 2013

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Spring-Fall 2013

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Spring-Fall 2013

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Spring-Fall 2013

608.5.1 – The quota per nation is max 4 U14 (K1) and 6 U16 (K2) resulting in the total number of max. 10 competing athletes per nation. No more than 4 athletes of the same gender may be registered within each category. The organizing nation is entitled to a double quota that is maximum 20 competing athletes. In case of events with multiple races the quota is for the event and not for the race.

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Spring fall 20135

Spring-Fall 2013

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Spring-Fall 2013

Art. 614.2.3 Interdiction to Continue after a competitor stops.

The new wording removes misunderstandings and now included the words “not” in two “bullet point” paragraphs.

  • Only exception is for SL (art. 661.4.1), as long as the competitor does not interfere with the run of the following next competitor , or has not been passed by the next competitor

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Spring-Fall 2013

The following Rules proposal has been tabled to Spring.

Art 614.2.4 Competing with one Ski.

If a competitor loses a ski without having committed a gate fault or without coming to a complete stop he may continue as long as he does not interfere with the run of the next competitor or has not been passed by the next competitor.

See also details in art 615.3, 661.4.1, 804.3, 904.3

This is not in effect in FIS Races this season

It will be discussed further at Congress along with Art 614.2.5

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Spring-Fall 2013

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Spring-Fall 2013

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Spring-Fall 2013

  • 901.2.4The Giant Slalom has to be set as follows (number of direction changes by rounding up or down of the decimals): 11 – 15% of the vertical drop in meters

    - Children U16/U14: 13% - 17 18% of the vertical drop

901.2.4The Giant Slalom has to be set as follows (number of direction changes by rounding up or down of the decimals): 11% – 15% of the vertical drop in meters

- Children U16/U14: 13% - 18% of the vertical drop

- Entry League (ENL): 13% – 15% of the vertical drop

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Spring-Fall 2013

  • 1226.3 False Start

    Penalties will occur:

  • 1226.3.1 if the competitor goes through the gate before the start command

  • 1226.3.2 if the competitor does not have both ski poles set behind the closed gate.

  • 1226.3.3 if the competitor uses the start gates for assistance.

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Spring-Fall 2013

  • 1229 Timing

  • As the start is simultaneous, only the difference in time between the competitors at the finish will be registered. With several electric eyes and an automatic print-out, the first competitor that breaks one of the signals starts the chronometer and receives the time "zero", the following competitors stop successively the clocks (chronometers) and receive the time difference in 1/100-seconds to the first competitor.

  • As in Parallel Events two Competitors race side by side; it is possible to measure either the difference in time (at Finish) or the individual run times (Start to Finish). If run times are measured, the difference in time has to be calculated from the run times (in 1/100th seconds). The Jury has to announce at the concerning Team Captains Meeting, which timing method will be used.

  • For some special events (NTE) running times may be used to determine rankings (break ties or the award of prizes).

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CLASSIFICATIONS

2013- 2OI4

RULES OF FIS POINTS

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Special quotas

Special Quotas

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Special Quotas

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Special quotas2

Special Quotas

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World cup

WORLD CUP

18.4.1 Termination and classification of a competition

The jury is authorised to terminate a competition and to decide, if the race is to be classified.

A competition can be terminated, if the competitors are endangered by external disturbing influences, if conditions are irregular or the proper running of the race is no longer guaranteed (for example through fog, wind gusts, rain, etc.) and a completion of the race on the same day under regular conditions can no longer be expected. There is no right of appeal under art. 647 of the ICR in regard to termination.

18.5.2 A competition that only consists of one run can be classified if at least the best 30 on the start list have started.

Note: Conversion of a 2 Run event into a 1 Run event was not approved

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World cup1

WORLD CUP

  • New Adapted Rules for City Events

  • More Infrastructure requested of ROC

    • Heated Start Structure to Hold 30+ furniture and beverages

    • TV and Timing for Athletes at Start Structure

    • Internet near finish for Athletes

  • Start of new crew of FIS Professionals

    • Will be present at some WC this season

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Equipment

EQUIPMENT

  • There is no relief in 2013-14 from Ski Rules

  • TD to ensure controls are in place

  • Procedure should be defined in advance

  • No Ad-Hoc Measuring devices permitted.

  • All Skis used to be marked by manufacturer

  • Helmets also to meet Alpine Rules

  • Helmets to be marked by FIS Sticker

  • 1 Year relief for valid 2012-2013 Helmets

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Equipment1

EQUIPMENT

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Equipment2

EQUIPMENT

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Helmets

Helmets

It is the additional test that is “new” and the increase to 6.8m/s

Last season for FIS Races still valid this season only

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Helmets1

Helmets

6.3. Season 2013/2014

For World Cup the new specified helmet -rules (art. 6.2.1) are valid from the last week of November 2013 for DH/SG/GS.

For EC and Nor-Am Cup, the new specified helmet -rules are valid for DH/SG only.

For GS, helmets that comply with the previous rule can still be used. (conform to standards such as CEE 1077 or US 2040, ASTM F2040, SNELL S98 or RS 98)

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Helmet sticker

HELMET STICKER

Stickers were different in 2012-2013

6.4 Season 2014/15

The new helmet -rules (art. 6.2.1) are valid for DH/SG/GS at all FIS levels from the

start of the competition season in the northern hemisphere.

New regulation (2013/14) applicable at all levels without exception.

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Control of skis

CONTROL OF SKIS

  • 627 Not Permitted to Start

    A competitor will not be permitted to start in any FIS International Ski competition who:

    627.2 violates the FIS rules in regard to equipment (art. 222) or commercial markings (art. 207)

  • 628 Penalties

    A penalty will be assessed by the Jury especially where the competitor:

  • 628.14 has actually started in a competition and is later determined by the Jury to have been in violation of art 627 rules.

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CONTROL OF SKIS

Avoid the problem – A Possible Protocol for TD

  • TD, initial contact with ROC, discuss the rule and need to control. Race Notice should note controls in place.

  • Should discuss/Agree method of control – If possible assign a person well before start to inspect and ensure skis are marked in compliance BY MANUFACTURER – no self marking.

  • Locate so as not to interfere with those starting.

  • Explain Rule and method of Control at each TC Meeting

  • Any discovery of racer who in fact started TD obligated to follow Rule, Confiscate and send to FIS.

  • Rule 226.1 – Only FIS Experts may measure

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COC

2.1. Basic Quota

Each nation is entitled to a basic quota of two (2), three (3) in DH event,, on condition that these competitors have a maximum of 120 FIS points (SAC, ANC 140 FIS points in SL or GS, 160 FIS points in SG, DH or SC) on the valid FIS points list, as follows:

- Slalom and Giant Slalom: in any of the five events

- Downhill and Super Combined (with DH): in Downhill or Super-G

- Super-G and Super Combined (with SG): in Downhill, Super-G or Giant Slalom.

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Insurance

INSURANCE

  • All USSA and CAN FIS Events are fully insured for Liability.

    • Master COI Attached and also provided on Request.

  • All CAN Coaches/Officials/TD’s/Inspectors insured for duties officially assigned by CAN.

  • All CAN FIS Athletes carry full Accident Insurance – including Mountain Rescue, Heli-Evacuation, Return to Canada, Re Patriation and all Medical costs.

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2013 2014 alpine rule changes precisions

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Betting and anti corruption adopted published july 2013

Betting and Anti-CorruptionAdopted & Published July 2013

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Betting and anti corruption

Betting and Anti-Corruption

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2013 2014 alpine rule changes precisions

QUESTIONS

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More fis updates tami strong member fis experts data working group new web site operational

More FIS UPDATES

Tami Strong – Member FIS Experts Data Working Group

New Web-Site Operational


New step for td file validation of timing and data technical report tdtr by td

NEW “STEP” FOR TD FILEValidation of Timing and Data Technical Report (TDTR) by TD

  • The TD now needs to verify that they have checked and agree with information on the TDTR.

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Once TDTR XML is sent to FIS, the TDTR report will appear inside the TD file with a “Yes”that the report was received.

The TD then needs to click on the “Yes” and the TDTR will pull up

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At the bottom of the tdtr confirm the accuracy of the data

At the bottom of the TDTRconfirm the accuracy of the Data

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Additional information to avoid i ssues

Additional Information to Avoid Issues

  • Please try to review the TDTRBEFORE the XML is sent to the FIS results server

  • If you find errors in the TDTR AFTER the XMLis sent, correct the errors and resend TDTRXML before finalizing questions in the TD file

  • Next season this step may effect the validation of the race.

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Fis data software book

FIS DATA SOFTWARE BOOK

Purpose:

  • To establish an International Standard for the production of Competition Reports and Results for FIS competitions (This similar to ORIS --Olympic Winter Games Standard)

  • Book is designed as a FIS resource for software developers and a guide for organizers

  • Software delivery of the actual “Timing Data”, report specifications and system protocols will be defined

  • Will Release early winter.

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Fis web

FIS WEB

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What s coming next

WHAT’S COMING NEXT…

  • Timing and Data Technical Report XML will be Required after June 2014.

  • FIS “LIVE TIMING” will be Requiredat the Continental Cup Level Races starting with the June 2014 competition season.

  • The ability to publish all Race Announcements on the FIS site including entry deadline dates 2014-15 Season.

  • New FIS WEBSITE has new URL’s. Please update this information as needed. The FTP address will stay the same.

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