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4501.2.5 Correct Passage across the Gate Line

A gate has been passed correctly when both the competitors’ ski tips and both feet have passed across the gate line. If a competitor loses a ski, without committing a fault, e.g. not straddling a gate, then the tip of the remaining ski and both feet must have passed the gate line.

Wherever two gates are required to be set the gate line is the imaginary shortest line between the two turning poles. (See ICR Alpine 661.4).

Wherever a turning gate only is required to be set, the gate line is the extension of the line from the outside pole of the gate to the gate to the turning pole which lies past the turning pole and extends into the course.

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