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[edit] 3035 Team Captains

Each nation is responsible for providing one Team Captain.

If possible, the Team Captain should not be a competitor.

A Team Captain cannot undertake any other official organising function (Jury, TD, etc.) at the competition.

[edit] 3035.1 Rights and Obligations of a Team Captain

3035.1.1 To submit Protests to the Jury during the competition.

3035.1.2 To benefit from all advantages accorded to a competitor (lifts, accommo-dations, invitations, etc.).

3035.1.3 To enter into competition areas during training time.

3035.1.4 To enter all official ceremonies.

3035.1.5 Each Team Captain has one vote.

3035.1.6 To enter the preparation area during the competition.

[edit] 3035.2 Duties of a Team Captain

3035.2.1 To attend all Team Captains’ meetings.

3035.2.2 To provide all information received at meetings to his team members.

3035.2.3 To provide Aerials qualifications of his team members if requested by the Jury.

3035.2.4 Responsible for all registrations of their team.

3035.2.5 Responsible for the discipline of their team.

3035.2.6 To be familiar with the competition rules.

3035.2.7 To be appointed to monitor and advise on the development of air bumps on Moguls courses and the shape of the Aerials Jumps. These trainers will be appointed at the Team Captains’ meeting.

Return to 3034, Freestyle Skiing or International Competition Rules or onto 3036

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