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3060 Competition Protocol

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[edit] 3060.1 Definition of Competition

Freestyle competitions consist of five events:

Freestyle competitions must provide the opportunity for both ladies and men to compete.

[edit] 3060.2 Competition Procedures

In all International FIS authorized competitions, in all competitions, there will generally be:

[edit] 3060.2.1 Competition Format

  • A Qualification Run (consisting of all competitors);
  • A Final Run(s) or Phases.

[edit] 3060.2.2 Reverse Order for Final

In the Finals, the qualifying competitors will start in reverse order or set into groups, based on their placing from the Qualification results. Results from the Qualifications do not carry over into results from the Finals.

[edit] 3060.2.3 Altering the Formats

  • may alter this format to be only Finals in the following circumstances:
    • the number of competitors is equal to or less than the size of the normal Finals field for that competition.
    • inclement weather or snow conditions.
    • any other adverse conditions which may require a shortened program.

[edit] 3060.2.4 Interruption of Competition

If there is an interruption of a competition, the competition should be resumed when conditions warrant. The results completed before the interruption will remain valid if it is possible to complete the competition on the same day. Otherwise, the results prior to the interruption will be cancelled except if the Qualifications or some phases of the finals have been fully completed. In that case, only the uncompleted Finals phases will be postponed but must be completed on the same competition site. If the Finals cannot be fully completed, the results of the Qualificationsor different phases of the Final will be valid.

[edit] 3060.2.5 Scheduled approval by FIS

If an Organiser wishes to run more than one competition in one day, the competition program must be approved by the FIS.

[edit] 3060.2.6 Moguls

In the Moguls competition, all competitors will make one run down the course. The qualified ladies and men as specified in rule 3043.8 shall move to the Finals.

[edit] 3060.2.7 Dual Moguls

Dual Moguls is either a series of one-run duals or a Single Qualification and with a Dual Final. In the Final the winner of each phase advances to the next phase. Ultimately, the last two remaining will ski against each other for first place.

[edit] 3060.2.8 Aerials

In Aerials, 3 formats, may be used; the Final, the Standard or the Championship. There are two options for the final phases in the Final format.

For all formats, the start list for the first phase shall be determined by a random draw.

In all formats, at least one phase must be completed for the results of the competition to be valid.

The start order for the second phase may be in reverse order of the results of the first phase.

If two rounds have been completed in a competition, then the score of the first jump shall be added to the score of the second jump for a combined score made of two different jumps.

If a phase cannot be completed, then the results from the most recent completed phase shall be valid.

[edit] 3060.2.8.1 Aerials Final Format

In the Final format, all competitors shall compete in qualification phase consisting of one jump. There can be two options for the final phase. In the first option, after the qualification phase, the top 12 ladies and top 12 men shall advance to the Final phase. The finalists will take one additional jump and these results shall be added to those from the first phase. The remainder of the field will be ranked according to the results in the qualification phase. In the Final phase, the competitors shall run in reverse order of the placing in the qualification phase.

In the second option, the top 8 competitors from the qualification will be seeded into the Final, which will consist of a series of elimination heats, semi final phase and final phase.

In each round, there is a series of heats with a pairing of two competitors. The start order of the Final phase will be based upon the qualification results and the results of each heat. The winner of each heat will advance into the next phase and eventually the winner will be determined in the Final heat.

In each heat, the competitor with the higher score will advance to the next phase and be paired against the competitor from other heats based upon a ladder. (see 4008.8).

[edit] 3060.2.8.2 Standard Format

In the Standard format, all competitors shall have two phases. The phases are run as individual competitions. The results from both phases are added together and ranked. If both phases cannot be completed then the results from the first phase will be valid.

[edit] 3060.2.8.3 Championship Format

In the Championship format, all competitors shall compete in a Qualification competition consisting of one or two phases. The qualified competitors as specified in rule 3043.8 will move to the Finals. These finalists shall each have two phases in the Finals. In the Finals, the competitors shall run in reverse order of the placing in the Qualification competition. The remainder of the field will be ranked according to the results in the Qualification.

[edit] 3060.2.8.4 Major Competition Format

World Ski Championships and Olympic Winter Games shall use the Championship format.

If either, a Championship format Qualifications and Finals or two different Standard or Final competitions, are scheduled they must be done over two days (e.g.: Qualifications on one day, Finals on another day).

[edit] 3060.2.9 Halfpipe

The Halfpipe competition shall consist of Qualifications and Final; if the Jury so determines, based on the number of competitors and time schedule, a Semi-Final may also be included. This decision must be made before and announced at the first Team Captains’ Meeting.

Qualification rounds shall consist of two runs; the competitor’s best single run shall count. Finals shall consist of 12 Men and 6 Women. If Semi-Finals are not included, equal numbers of the highest-ranked competitors from each Heat shall proceed to the Final.

3060.2.9.1 For Halfpipe, the Final consists of two runs. The start order for the second run shall be the reverse of the ranking from the first run.


[edit] 3060.2.9.2 Competition format with Semi-Final

  • 2-Heat format The top three Men and the top two Ladies from each Heat shall proceed straight to the Final (6 Men, 4 Ladies). The next six Men and the next three Ladies from each Heat shall proceed to the Semi-Final (12 Men, 6 Ladies).
  • 3-Heat format The top two Men and the top Lady from each Heat shall proceed straight to the Final (6 Men, 3 Ladies). The next four Men and the next two Ladies from each Heat shall proceed to the Semi-Final (12 Men, 6 Ladies).

The Semi-Final shall consist of two runs; the competitor’s best run shall count. The top six Men shall proceed to the Final. In the 2-Heat format, the top two Ladies shall proceed to the Final; in the 3-Heat format, the top three Ladies shall proceed to the Final.

The Final shall consist of two runs; the competitor’s best run shall count. For start order, see 3060.2.2.1. (FS1008-6a)



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