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'''4206.1 Equipment''' '''4206.1 Equipment'''
-For further definitions, see [[FIS Equipment Rules, Section E]]+For further definitions, see '''[[FIS Equipment Rules, Section E]]'''
-'''4206.1.1''' There are no ski length requirements.+'''4206.1.1''' There are no '''[[ski]]''' length requirements.
-'''4206.1.2''' All competitors shall use a recognized release DIN binding system and devices to prevent runaway ski(s).+'''4206.1.2''' All competitors shall use a recognized release '''[[DIN]]''' binding system and devices to prevent runaway ski(s).
-'''4206.1.3''' Competitors must wear a helmet in the Moguls competition for inspec-tions, official training sessions and competitions.+'''4206.1.3''' Competitors must wear a helmet in the '''[[Moguls]]''' competition for inspections, official training sessions and competitions.
-General regulations concerning equipment can be found in Section 3036.+General regulations concerning equipment can be found in Section '''[[3036]]'''.
'''4206.2 Special Procedures''' '''4206.2 Special Procedures'''
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'''4206.2.1 Loss of Ski(s)''' '''4206.2.1 Loss of Ski(s)'''
-If a competitor loses a ski before the finish line, they may finish on one ski. The competitor will be judged according to their performance. If the competitor does not continue his run and fails to put his ski back on in a 10-second time limit, they will be judged up to that point (0 time points). If a competitor loses both skis, they will be judged up to that point (0 time points).+If a competitor loses a ski before the '''[[finish line]]''', they may finish on one ski.
'''4206.2.2 Number of Aerials Manoeuvres''' '''4206.2.2 Number of Aerials Manoeuvres'''
-All courses are two jump courses unless otherwise specified by the Jury. Every competitor must perform two different jumps in order to maximize points. Two different jumps can be defined as:+All courses are two jump courses unless otherwise specified by the '''[[Jury]]'''. Every competitor must perform two different jumps in order to maximize points. Two different jumps can be defined as:
-'''Loop''' allow only one jump in this category per run+'''[[Loop]]''' allow only one jump in this category per run
'''Inverted flips''' allow only one jump in this category per run unless there is a different direction of initiation (front vs. back) or rotation added (straight over jump vs. full twisting) '''Inverted flips''' allow only one jump in this category per run unless there is a different direction of initiation (front vs. back) or rotation added (straight over jump vs. full twisting)
-'''Off axis''' allow the same jump from same category if there is rotation different by 180 degrees. (same system as with straight rotations)+'''[[Off axis]]''' allow the same jump from same category if there is rotation different by 180 degrees. (same system as with straight rotations)
'''Straight rotation''' if two jumps are performed from this category they must differ by 180 degrees '''Straight rotation''' if two jumps are performed from this category they must differ by 180 degrees
-'''Uprights''' must have a different number of moves (i.e. double spread, triple twister)+'''[[Uprights]]''' must have a different number of moves (i.e. double spread, triple twister)
-The recommended number of Aerials manoeuvres shall not restrict the competitor to the stated amount, but represents the number of Aerials manoeuvres, which will receive evaluation. For example, if two Aerials ma-noeuvres are recommended by the Jury, a competitor who performs only one manoeuvre can only receive a maximum of 50% of the total possible Air score. Manoeuvres in excess of the recommended amount will be disregarded in order of lowest to highest scoring. For example, if two Aerials manoeuvres are recommended and a competitor performs three manoeuvres, the judges will disregard the lowest scoring manoeuvres.+The recommended number of Aerials manoeuvres shall not restrict the competitor to the stated amount, but represents the number of Aerials manoeuvres, which will receive evaluation. For example, if two Aerials manoeuvres are recommended by the '''[[Jury]]''', a competitor who performs only one manoeuvre can only receive a maximum of 50% of the total possible Air score. Manoeuvres in excess of the recommended amount will be disregarded in order of lowest to highest scoring. For example, if two Aerials manoeuvres are recommended and a competitor performs three manoeuvres, the judges will disregard the lowest scoring manoeuvres.
-'''4206.3 Forerunners'''+'''[[4206.3]] [[Forerunners]]'''
The organisers must provide 8 qualified forerunners, four men and four ladies. The organisers must provide 8 qualified forerunners, four men and four ladies.
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-Return to [[International Competition Rules]] or [[Freestyle Skiing]]+Return to '''[[4204]]''', '''[[International Competition Rules]]''', '''[[Freestyle Equipment Rules]]''' or '''[[Freestyle Skiing]]''' or onto '''[[4306]]'''
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 +[[Category:Freestyle Skiing]][[Category:Moguls]]

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4206 Special Procedures: Moguls

4206.1 Equipment

For further definitions, see FIS Equipment Rules, Section E

4206.1.1 There are no ski length requirements.

4206.1.2 All competitors shall use a recognized release DIN binding system and devices to prevent runaway ski(s).

4206.1.3 Competitors must wear a helmet in the Moguls competition for inspections, official training sessions and competitions.

General regulations concerning equipment can be found in Section 3036.

4206.2 Special Procedures

4206.2.1 Loss of Ski(s)

If a competitor loses a ski before the finish line, they may finish on one ski.

4206.2.2 Number of Aerials Manoeuvres

All courses are two jump courses unless otherwise specified by the Jury. Every competitor must perform two different jumps in order to maximize points. Two different jumps can be defined as:

Loop allow only one jump in this category per run

Inverted flips allow only one jump in this category per run unless there is a different direction of initiation (front vs. back) or rotation added (straight over jump vs. full twisting)

Off axis allow the same jump from same category if there is rotation different by 180 degrees. (same system as with straight rotations)

Straight rotation if two jumps are performed from this category they must differ by 180 degrees

Uprights must have a different number of moves (i.e. double spread, triple twister)

The recommended number of Aerials manoeuvres shall not restrict the competitor to the stated amount, but represents the number of Aerials manoeuvres, which will receive evaluation. For example, if two Aerials manoeuvres are recommended by the Jury, a competitor who performs only one manoeuvre can only receive a maximum of 50% of the total possible Air score. Manoeuvres in excess of the recommended amount will be disregarded in order of lowest to highest scoring. For example, if two Aerials manoeuvres are recommended and a competitor performs three manoeuvres, the judges will disregard the lowest scoring manoeuvres.

4206.3 Forerunners

The organisers must provide 8 qualified forerunners, four men and four ladies.



Return to 4204, International Competition Rules, Freestyle Equipment Rules or Freestyle Skiing or onto 4306

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