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3034 Advisory Committees, Connection Coach and Jump Shapers

Every FIS authorized international competition shall have Advisory Committees formed prior to the start of competition to advise the Jury.

3034.1 Competitors’ Advisory Committees

For each competition (ladies and men) there shall be a separate Competitors’ Advisory Committee, consisting of:

- The Chief of Course

- Two competitors’ representatives

3034.2 The Connection Coach

For each event in every competition, one coach will be appointed as a Connection Coach at the Team Captains’ Meeting. The coach and competitors’ representatives may not be from the host na-tion.

3034.3 Role of Advisory Committee in the Competition

3034.3.1 The Competitors and Coach groups should inform the Jury or the FIS Freestyle Coordinator of its chosen representatives for the Advisory Committees in due time; if none are identified, they will be appointed at the Team Captains’ Meeting.

3034.4 Jump and Air Bump Shapers

3034.4.1 For the express purpose of shaping and grooming the jumps in Aerials and the airbumps in Moguls and Dual Moguls, the Team Captains shall elect up to 2 shapers per special type of jump (i.e.:Air Bumps, the Large Kickers, the Small Kickers). These individuals will be responsible for the final preparation of the jumps and airbumps. In competitions other than World Cups, alternate jump preparation arrangements can be determined at the Team Captains meeting.

3034.4.2 These individuals must be prepared to perform this task at least one day prior to Official Training.

3034.3.2 The members of the Advisory Committees report in an advisory manner directly to the Jury and are non-voting members of the Jury.

3034.3.3 The Advisory Committees shall monitor and provide input into all aspects of the competition pertaining to their participation.

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