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'''4611''' '''The Finish Area''' '''4611''' '''The Finish Area'''
-The finish area must be flat and big enough to allow the competitor to come to a safe stop. It has to be fenced off completely. The fences should be laid out in a way that there is maximum visibility for officials, media and spectators. +The '''[[finish area]]''' must be flat and big enough to allow the competitor to come to a safe stop. It has to be fenced off completely. The fences should be laid out in a way that there is maximum visibility for officials, media and spectators.
-4611.1 Finish line+4611.1 '''[[Finish line]]'''
The placement of the '''[[finish line]]''' is determined by the Head Judge and marked by painting a colored line across the bottom of the pipe and up the walls to the lip. The placement of the '''[[finish line]]''' is determined by the Head Judge and marked by painting a colored line across the bottom of the pipe and up the walls to the lip.

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4611 The Finish Area

The finish area must be flat and big enough to allow the competitor to come to a safe stop. It has to be fenced off completely. The fences should be laid out in a way that there is maximum visibility for officials, media and spectators.

4611.1 Finish line

The placement of the finish line is determined by the Head Judge and marked by painting a colored line across the bottom of the pipe and up the walls to the lip.

For a trick to count towards a competitors’ score the competitor must take off on or before the finish line.


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