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  1. Team Racing Rules2013-2016 (English Version) Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka

  2. The Course Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka

  3. D1 Change to the Racing Rules (D1.1 Definitions and Rules of Parts 2 and 4) Red: Changed in 2013-2016(a) Definition Zone: the distance is changed to two hull length(b) 18.2(b) (without overlap in the two-length-area)be valid additionally when the first boat reaches the zone, the outside boat shall give the inside boat mark-room, and if another boat turns to clear astern (c) 18.4 (Gybe of the inside overlapped Right-of –Way boat)be not valid (e) 24.3 : None interferes with participants after goal-passage(f) 24.4 : At meeting with other match only course-alterations for own match-profit(g) 41: receiving help from team-colleagues, be valid Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka

  4. D1 Change to the Racing Rules (D1.2 Protests and Requests for Redress) (a)(a) A boat may protest another boat, but not for an alleged breach of a rule of Part 2 unless she was involved in the incident or the incident involved contact between members of the other team; (a)(b) request redress. (b) A boat may remove her red flag after it has been displayed.(c) A boat intending to request redress shall display a red flag. The red flag shall be displayed until it is acknowledged by an umpire.(d) The race committee or protest committee shall not protest a boat for breaking a rule of Part 2 or rule 31 or 42. (f) A boat may not request redress based on damage or injury caused by team-colleagues. Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka

  5. D1 Change to the Racing Rules (D1.3 Penalties) (a) A boat may take a One-Turn Penalty when breaking rules of Part 2, or rule 31 or 42. (b) A boat may take a penalty by retiring. Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka

  6. Protests by BoatsD2.2(a) Hail “Protest”Display Red flag If no boat takes a penalty, an umpire decide whether to penalize any boat. “Protest” Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka Uli Finckh, Breitbrunn

  7. D2 Umpired Races (D2.2 Protests by Boats) • D2.2 With violations of following rules, a boat can protest and an umpire decide only on the water: • Rules of Part 2, through involved incident or besides contact between other team’s members (rule 14) • Rule 31 (buoy-touch) • Rule 42 (forbidden propulsion) Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka

  8. Reference : Forbidden Propulsion (rule 42) Pumping Body Pumping Rocking Sculling Repeated tacks Repeated gybes Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka

  9. Possible consequence of Protest D2.2(b) Either acknowledgment? With blame:After getting well clear of other boats asap, take a One-Turn Penalty. With no blame: Sail further Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka

  10. D2 Umpired Races (D2.2 Protests by Boats) D2.2(a) A boat intending protest shall hail ‘Protest’ and conspicuously display a red flag and may remove her flag. < D1.2(b)> D2.2(b) The boats shall be given time to respond. A boat involved in the incident may respond by promptly taking an appropriate penalty or clearly indicating that she will do so. Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka

  11. Green flag and whistle (no penalty), if - no infringement - Relief of the rule-violator - Protest not correct (Hails, flags, times) - Referees not united over violation Red flag, whistle and boat-number(s) (Two-turns Penalty), if - boat(s) break a rule and no boat takes a penalty Decision by Umpires D2.2(c)

  12. D2 Umpired Races (D2.2 Protests by Boats) D2.2(c) If no boat takes a penalty, an umpire decide whether to penalize any boat. D2.2(d) An umpire signals a decision with one long sound and the display of a flag as follows: <D2.4> (a) For no penalty, a green and white flag. (b) To penalize boats, a red flag. The umpire hail boat-number(s). (c) To report to the protest committee, a black and white flag. D2.2(f) A boat penalized by an umpire takes a Two-Turns Penalty. Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka

  13. What can the Umpire do without a protest? D2.3 D2.3 An umpire can initiate penalties with; (a) Buoy-touch (rule 31) , Forbidden propulsion (rule 42) (b) Contact with team-colleagues or a boat in another race (rule14)(c) If a boat or her team gains an advantage despite taking a penalty (d) Break rule 14 with damage or injury (e) Incorrect One-turn Penalty <D1.3(a)>(f) Incorrect Two-turns Penalty <D2.2(f))(g) Commit a breach of sportsmanship and good manner (rule 2) Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka Uli Finckh, Breitbrunn

  14. PenaltyTwo-Turns Penalty or One-Turn Penalties(Red flag, Whistle, Boat-numbers) Report to the protest committee(Black and White flag, Whistle) No Penalty (Green and White flag, Whistle) D2 Umpired Races (D2.4 Signals by an Umpire) Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka

  15. D2 Umpired Races (D2.7 Limitations on Other Proceedings) There shall be no request for redress, appeal or ground for abandoning a race by a boat arising from a decision, action or non-action by an umpire. The protest committee may decide to consider giving redress when an official boat, including an umpire boat, may have seriously interfered with a competing boat. Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka

  16. ReferenceIllustrating the Courses(USTRA) Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka

  17. Thank you very much for your attention! Transl. and edit. by Sen Yamaoka