11. FIS Officials at FIS World Championships

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11. FIS Officials at FIS World Championships

The FIS Council appoints the following officials for the FIS World Championships, who may not have responsibility for a national team or a national delegation (except for art.11.2.3).


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[edit] 11.1 Nordic Disciplines

11.1.1 One Technical Delegate for Cross-Country, who is also Chairman of the Jury, one Assistant to the Technical Delegate and two further members of the Jury.

11.1.2 One Technical Delegate for Ski Jumping, one Assistant to the Technical Delegate and one Assistant to the Race Director.

11.1.3 One Technical Delegate for Nordic Combined, one Assistant to the Technical Delegate and one Assistant to the Race Director.

11.1.4 A total of 6 Jumping Judges for all Ski Jumping and Ski Flying events, whereby one may be member of the organising National Ski Association; the selection for the various events will be done by drawing lots.

11.1.5 One Chief Distance Measurer for all Ski Jumping and Ski Flying events.


[edit] 11.2 Alpine Disciplines

The organisation of the Jury conforms to the World Cup Rules:

11.2.1 2 Technical Delegates

11.2.2 A total of 12 Jury members for all alpine events (in total 14 Jury members, including the 2 Technical Delegates).

11.2.3 Course Setters for the events Slalom, Giant Slalom and Super-G. They must belong to a team as official trainers (art. 11 does not apply).


[edit] 11.3 Equipment Controllers and Medical Supervisors

- 3 Competition Equipment Controllers for the nordic events plus 1 representative of the Medical Committee of the FIS.

- 2 Competition Equipment Controllers for the alpine events plus 1 representative of the Medical Committee of the FIS.

- 1 Competition Equipment Controller for the freestyle and snowboard events plus 1 representative of the Medical Committee of the FIS.

[edit] 11.4 Freestyle Disciplines

The FIS Council appoints in total 15 officials as members of the Jury. These persons may not be members of the National Team nor their Team Delegation.

[edit] 11.5 Snowboard Disciplines

The FIS Council appoints in total 18 officials as members of the Jury. These persons may not be members of the National Team nor their Team Delegation.


[edit] 11.6 Expenses for FIS Officials

The Organising Committee is responsible for the payment of the costs of travel to and at the competition venue, accommodation and meals for the necessary period and a daily remuneration of CHF. 100.— during their assignment for all FIS Technical Officials (Jury etc.) [with the exception of the paid FIS staff] appointed by the FIS Council.

[edit] 11.7 Organising Committee key Technical Officials

The Organising Committee's proposals for the Chief of Competition/Race and other key technical officials at the FIS World Championships have to be submitted to the FIS Council for approval.

[edit] 11.8 Organisational Aspects at FIS World Championships

11.8.1 FIS Office The Organising Committee is to provide sufficient space for an office, either at the FIS Hotel, the Organising Committee Centre or at the competition site, depending on the individual circumstances of the location of these three venues. The technical equipment for the FIS Office will be agreed by the parties concerned and include phone, computer with internet connection, fax, table and chairs for meetings etc.

11.8.2 World Championship Vehicles

Based on the partnership between the Organising Committee and a vehicle manufacturer, vehicles are to be provided for each Jury, as well as the FIS President, the FIS Secretary General and the FIS Chief of Press. Accreditation for parking and access is to be provided for these vehicles at the appropriate competition venues and the press centre.

11.8.3 Organisation of Communications

In the planned overall communication network for the Organising Committee (telephone, fax, radios etc.), a separate Jury channel is required for each discipline within the radio system, as well as an additional separate channel for the FIS professionals. There are approximately 10 radios required for each Jury and 6 to 8 for the FIS.

In addition it is essential that the appropriate radio frequencies, which are acceptable to them be reserved for the teams.

11.8.4 Hostesses, Translators or Assistants

Hostesses, translators or assistants are to be provided for the teams, to accompany them and assist with informing them concerning all appropriate details and matters during the World Championships.


[edit] 11.9 Accreditation System

An appropriate system is to be worked out through the Organising Committee for the technical requirements of the accreditation system. Finalisation of the system, the groups and categories as well as access takes place in agreement with the International Ski Federation.

11.9.1 Access for Category ”FIS Professionals”

The FIS nominated persons in the group ”FIS Professionals” have access to all areas. Only FIS is authorised to nominate persons to this group.

11.9.2 Responsibility

Two to three persons will be named by the International Ski Federation to answer questions related to accreditation and who have the possibility during the event to make corrections to accreditations and access rights through the accreditation office.


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