9. Number of Participants and Officials

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9. Number of Participants and Officials


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[edit] 9.1 The maximum number of participants from each country shall be:

9.1.1 Nordic events

No more than 32 competitors in total (Cross-Country 12 men + 12 ladies, Nordic Combined 6, Ski Jumping Men 6, Ski Jumping Ladies 4) plus the competitors according to art. 9.3).

9.1.2 FIS Ski Flying World Championships

Maximum 6 participants plus competitors according to art. 9.3.

9.1.3 Alpine events

No more than 24 competitors with a maximum of 14 of either gender in the Alpine events plus the competitors according to art. 9.3.

9.1.3.1 Qualification of the competitors

Minimum requirements Slalom/Giant Slalom: FIS points in one of the four disciplines (DH, SL, GS, SG) on the valid FIS points list. Minimum requirements Speed Events - Downhill/Super G/Combined Downhill/Nations Team Event Super G: Maximum 120 FIS points in the respective discipline according to the valid FIS points list.

9.1.4 Freestyle events

Maximum 32 participants with a maximum 18 of either gender plus the competitors according to art. 9.3.

9.1.5 Snowboard events

Maximum 32 participants with a maximum of 18 competitors of either gender plus the competitors according to art. 9.3.

[edit] 9.2 Number of participants in each single event

In each single event no more than 4 competitors per National Ski Association plus the competitors according to art. 9.3, are entitled to start.

9.2.1 Official Training Ski Jumping, Nordic Combined and Ski Flying

A maximum number of 6 athletes may take part in the official training plus competitors according to art. 9.3.

9.2.2 Alpine Disciplines

Special and Combined Downhill: A maximum number of 6 athletes may take part in the official training in each event plus competitors according to art. 9.3.

[edit] 9.3 The reigning FIS World Champions

have the right to participate in addition to the quota in the event they won at the next FIS World Championships, if they are entered by the same National Association (this is valid only for the individual competitions and not for the team competitions). If however the World Champion is also entered for other events, he/she must be included within the quota.

[edit] 9.4.2 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships

9.4.2.1 Number of officials

- up to 3 competitors:

3 trainers 2 doctors* 2 technicians

- 4 or 5 competitors:

4 trainers 2 doctors* 3 technicians

- 6 to 14 competitors:

5 trainers 2 doctors* 4 technicians

*) Medical personnel includes doctors, physiotherapists, first aid people The figures of up to 14 competitors per gender applies to all nations. These quotas include the national team officials (team captains, etc.).

9.4.2.2 Should a National Ski Association apply for accreditation for more officials than allowed in the rules, the Organising Committee, in agreement with the National Ski Association concerned, is required to make the necessary reasonable additions. The Organising Committee does not assume any responsibility for organising accommodation or meals for these additional officials.

9.4.2.3 Access to the race course

Access to the race course is according to the respective discipline’s World Cup Rules. If necessary, the Jury can reduce these quotas. Persons with special access to the race course shall be provided with an armband or other agreed identification.

9.4.3 Freestyle and Snowboard World Championships see Art. 9.4.2 Alpine


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