7. Events, Disciplines, Daily Programme

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[edit] 7. Events, Disciplines, Daily Programme

7.1 The FIS World Championships are carried out:

7.1.1 in Nordic events

7.1.2 in Ski Flying

7.1.3 in Alpine events

7.1.4 in Freestyle events

7.1.5 in Snowboarding events

7.1.6 in Grass Skiing, Speed Skiing, Telemark and Rollerskiing events (separate rules)

7.1.7 at one site or several sites (several National Ski Associations).

7.1.8 New Events are admitted no later than three years before specific FIS World Championships.

7.1.9 A single event cannot simultaneously give rise to both an individual and a team ranking.

[edit] 7.2 The Nordic Programme shall include the following FIS World Championship Disciplines:

7.2.1 Cross-Country Men

  • 50 km Mass Start
  • 15 km Individual Start
  • 15 km/15 km Double Pursuit
  • Sprint
  • 4 x 10 km Relay
  • Team Sprint

Ladies

  • 30 km Mass Start
  • 10 km Individual Start
  • 7.5 km/7.5 km Double Pursuit
  • Sprint
  • 4 x 5 km Relay
  • Team Sprint

7.2.2 Ski Jumping Individual competitions on normal and large hills and Team competition on large hill. Ladies individual competition.

7.2.3 Nordic Combined Individual competition (Ski Jumping and 15 km Cross-Country race) and Team competition (Ski Jumping and 4 x 5 km Cross-Country Relay race), Sprint (Ski Jumping and 7.5 km Cross-Country race), Mass Start (Cross-Country race and Ski Jumping).


[edit] 7.3 Ski Flying

Individual and Team competition


[edit] 7.4 The Alpine Programme shall include the following FIS World Championship Disciplines:

Downhill, Slalom, Giant Slalom, Super-G and Super Combined (separate Downhill and Slalom), Nations Team Event

7.4.1 Alpine men’s and ladies speed competitions (Downhill and Super-G) should be carried out on independent courses, whereby start and finish installations and eventual short sections of the courses can be used for both genders.


[edit] 7.5 The Freestyle Programme shall include the following FIS World Championship Disciplines:

Moguls, Dual Moguls, Aerials, Halfpipe, Ski Cross

[edit] 7.6 The Snowboard Programme shall include the following FIS World Championship Disciplines:

Parallel Giant Slalom, Parallel Slalom, Halfpipe, Snowboard Cross, Big Air

[edit] 7.7 The competitions shall be decided by the FIS Congress.

7.8 The daily programme shall be approved by the FIS Council in co-operation with the FIS Technical Committees and the Organising Committee of the FIS World Championships.

7.9 The whole FIS World Championships programme Nordic shall be carried out, as a rule, in a maximum of 12 days; Alpine within 14 days; the FIS Ski Flying World Championships within 4 days, the Freestyle and Snowboard programme in a maximum of 9 days.


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