Ski Cross World Cup Entry and Results Process

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Ski Cross World Cup Entry and Results Process

SXr1 Official Entry by National Ski Association

All athletes must be listed on the official entry FIS entry, which the FIS Code, name, gender and birthday. See form.

SXr2 National Quota by Gender and Team Size

Quotas are established for the ski cross World Cup yearly and are list in the World Cup rules.

The organizers needs to check the quotas in the World Cup rules with the team entries and inform the FIS Race Director of add issues.

The Official Entries forms need to be shown to the FIS Race Director upon his arrival.  He will review the entries and provide any comments to team and inform the OC.

Reference FIS Freestyle World Cup Rules

SXr3 OC Entry List of Entries for the FIS Data Service.

The FIS Data Service will need an excel spread list of the entries by name, nation and FIS code.

Preliminary Bib Assignments are done on these lists

SXr4 Bib Assignment

Bibs are assigned at the beginning of the competition, to the entered competitors based upon the World Cup ranking or FIS Point Ranking, and the results of the qualification competition for the final and in the final by the colored bibs are selected according to the ranking of the skiers in the qualification.

SXr5 Special Bibs

There are colored special bibs that are worn by the World Cup Leader (yellow) and the past Season Champion (Blue Bib)

At the First Competition of the season ranking is based on the present Ski Cross FIS World Cup standings. At the beginning of the season, this is based on last season’s standings.

The competitors keep their assigned bibs, for all inspection and training sessions and until the end of the Qualification / Time Trial.

SXr6 Seeding of the Top 16

The best 16 Ski Cross competitors present will be drawn according to their highest ranking on the WC points list or FIS points list (published 4 times a year).

If the skiers are tied, the higher points in the second category will decide their position. If they are still tied their position will be decided by a draw.

First group (top 16 entered skiers) will be randomly drawn (computer).

Other competitors with rankings / points will be ranked according to their higher rankings on the World Cup points list or the ranking on the FIS points list.

The third group, the non-ranked skiers are assigned bibs based upon a random draw.

SXr7 Results processing for ski cross (men and ladies)
SX The Draw

Activities during the draw for the ski cross qualification. The draw process is managed by FIS officials and operated by FIS Data Service.

At the beginning of the team captains’ meeting, each team captain will be asked to view and confirm that the information on the ‘Draw List (ski cross)’ (C45A) is correct for their team. The team captain will make any necessary corrections, write his/her name and sign the form.

Once all teams have confirmed participation, the Results Verifier will pass the ‘Draw List (ski cross)’ (C45A) to FIS Data Service who will then make the final corrections.

FIS Data Service will immediately print, no more than two (2) minutes after final corrections are received and entered, the output:

SXr8 Seeding Lists

Seeding List (ski cross qualification) (C45B) and it will be distributed to the team captains for verification. The team captains will be asked to confirm the Seed List before the draw. The draw will take place after the Seed List has been finalised.

The top 16 competitors from the Seed List will be randomly drawn for start numbers 1-16. The remaining competitors will start according to their draw number. 

FIS Data Service and the designated Jury member will then perform the draw and immediately print, no more than two (2) minutes after final corrections are received and entered, the output:

SXr9 Starting List

• Start List (ski cross qualification - run 1) (C51G)

The Results Verifier and a designated Jury member will then check the start list for accuracy within the following two (2) minutes. If the list is approved, it should be released for distribution to participants of the team captains’ meeting and for public distribution at any Olympic site.

Following every ten competitors or when requested by FIS, and at the end of the run, FIS Data Service should produce the output:

SXr10 Checklist (ski cross qualification) (C66D)

and deliver them along with the timing tape (which should contain the time of day of all impulses, bib number and elapsed time for each competitor) to the Results Verifier or designated Jury member for checking.

At the conclusion of the run, after all times have been checked and the review of disqualifications by the Jury is complete the output:

SXr11 Unofficial Results (ski cross qualification) (C72E)

The results of all competitors from the qualification should be printed and posted on the official notice board for review by the teams. At the same time an official announcement will be made over the public address system (and scoreboard) concerning any disqualifications.

At the end of the protest period (as defined by the jury), if no protests have been received, OC Technology will print the output:

SXr12 Results (ski cross qualification) (C73E)

 

The results should be signed by the Results Verifier, and one signed copy kept by the Results Verifier and another delivered to the team preparing the official Results Book. They will be distributed according to the FRIS distribution rules.

At the same time, FIS Data Service will prepare the PDF version of the results for delivery to FIS technology. This mechanism is to be defined by the OC and FIS. The agreed transfer solution will be subject to the FIS Homologation Test. Ski cross finals start list

Within three (3) minutes after the results of the qualifications have become official.

Ski cross finals start list Within three (3) minutes after the results of the qualifications have become official, FIS Data Service will produce the outputs:

SXr13 Start List (ski cross finals) (C51I) Bib assignment

Start List Bracket (ski cross finals) (C51J)

The Results Verifier and a designated Jury member will check the start lists for accuracy within the following two (2) minutes. If the list is approved, it should be released for public distribution according to the FRIS distribution rules.

Before, during and after the finals

At the latest thirty (30) minutes before a final, the output:

The ski cross finals consist of the following phases:

• 1/ 8 Finals

• Quarterfinals

• Semifinals

• Final (medal round) & Small Final

The heat results are considered official after video control and jury confirmation. The results are confirmed immediately after each heat. The results of all heats of a round must be confirmed before the start of the next round.

After each phase in the finals, FIS Data Service should produce locally the output:

SXr14 Results Bracket (ski cross) ([[C75A1]]) (for 32 competitors) or

Results Bracket (ski cross) (C75A2) (for 16 competitors) and deliver them to the Results Verifier or designated Jury member for checking.

At the end of each phase FIS Data Service will produce the output:

Results Bracket (ski cross) (C75A1) (for 32 competitors) or

Results Bracket (ski cross) (C75A2) (for 16 competitors)

At the conclusion of the finals, and after all times have been checked and the review of disqualifications

by the Jury is complete the outputs:

Results (ski cross) (C73F)

Results Bracket (ski cross) (C75A1) (for 32 competitors) or

Results Bracket (ski cross) (C75A2) (for 16 competitors)

Lane Choice Analysis (ski cross) (C77D)

with results of all riders should be printed and distributed, according to the FRIS distribution rules.

The results should be signed by the Results Verifier, and one signed copy kept by the Results Verifier and another delivered to the team preparing the official Results Book.

 

 

 


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