Marathon Rules. History of Marathon Skating Marathon Skating in North America (Marathonskating.org) Marathon Skating in Edmonton Competitions Officials Revised Marathon rules (based on Edmonton experience). Marathon Skating in North America. ESSA 1920. Diamond Park 1950.
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Could be Chief Timer and Chief Recorder
Long Track Mass Start rules will apply in situations not covered in this section.
b) Competitors who are lagging behind (and are being lapped) may not attach themselves to any who have broken away from the main group; neither may they take part in any “frontline” work; they must leave a minimum distance of 10m between themselves and those who have broken away (this does not apply to the main group).
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Facility requirements for natural ice competitions:
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A warning is given for:
A disqualification results from:
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The referee decides if a declassification or a disqualification is necessary. A de-classification is the placement of a skater in last place of a sprinting group (based on road cycling rules).
This action occurs when:
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A disqualification occurs when: