Ski Cross World Cup Inspection Report

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Contents

[edit] The Competition Committee

See The Competition Committee or ICR 3020


[edit] The Ski Cross Competition Slope, Track and Features

  • The Organizer is also required to provide a detail drawing of the course see Ski Cross Course Drawings for some different examples.
  • Ski Cross Details is a list of the basic information about the course. This information needs to be collected and filled out by the Organizers.

[edit] Medical Support Requirements

  • See the FIS Medical Guide containing Medical Rules and Guidelines download here: [1]

[edit] Ski Cross Course Preparation

Staff Material # Of Persons
2 snow-cats for around 3-5 days / 2 snowcat driver – not on regular snowcat shift
Shapers for course building with shovels/ 6-8
Course Designer / Builder / During building and competition period 1

[edit] Official Training Days

Staff Material # Of Persons
1-2 snow-cats to prepare landings, etc. 1-2 snow-cat drivers – not on regular shift
Starter 1
Assistant Starter 1
Chief of Competition (in Jury) 1
Section Chiefs 6-8 as required by the course layout
Section Helpers 1 extra person w shovel; drill, gate key / 6-8 as required by the course layout
Course Maintenance 3 groups with 2 persons on skis only 6
Slippers experienced skiers minimum with rakes/shovels 10
Color Crew with skis only (pump with blue color) 3
Security – Crowd Control each side of the finish area 2
Exit-Gate Control 1
Event Medical Director at start–either ski or Snowmobile 2
Ski Patrol two groups 2 persons + 2 sledge 4 or as required by the course layout EAP
Fence and Safety Control - Ski Cross as required by the course layout

[edit] Competition Day

Staff Material # Of Persons
1-2 snow-cats to prepare landings, etc. 1-2 snow-cat drivers – not on regular shift
Chief of Start 1
Starter 1
Assistant Starter 1
Chief of Competition (in Jury) 1
Referee (in Jury) 1
Finish Line Judges (Final) with clipboard, paper and pencil 3
Section Chiefs 6-8 as required by the course layout
Section Helpers 1 extra person w shovel; drill, pole key / 6-8 as required by the course layout
Course Maintenance 3 groups with 2 persons on skis only 6
Slippers experienced skiers minimum with rakes / shovels 10
Color Crew with skis only (Sprayer with blue color) 3
Security – Crowd Control each side of the finish area 2
Exit-Gate Control 1
Event Medical Director at start –either ski or Snowmobile 2
First Response two groups 2 persons + 2 sledge 4 or as required by the course layout EAP
Building Crew to help building TV-platforms, etc. 4-6
Course Maintenance 3 groups with 2 persons on skis only 6
Accreditation Control around the finish area – depending zones 4-6
Score/Results Board – At Start to write down times/ranks– 2 radios OC
Score/Results BoardFinish Area to write down times/ranks– 1 radio OC
Doping Control (if required) 12 6 women and 6 men (chaperones)
Fence and Safety Control - Ski Cross as required by the course layout

[edit] Equipment Requirements

  • Fencing: 1 m crowd control fence on both sides of the course to separate the course from the general public.
  • B-net on all banks (around 400-600 meters – depending on course length and amount of banks).
  • Starting Gate As per attached or FIS approved other device. Each start position has a lane number from left to right looking up) lane 1 is far left and lane 4 is far right
  • Color Blue for coloring features (minimum 4 pumps) Red color only for finish line.
  • Official Notice Board and Scoreboard A suitable board in the finish area (marked as “OFFICIAL NOTICE BOARD" - close to the exit gate (minimum 2 x 2 meters) to post results, heat sheets, jury decisions, etc. and to write down times/rank during Qualification and Finals. A suitable board in the start area (minimum 1 x 2 meters) to post official results, jury decisions, information and to write down scores during Qualifications and Finals.
  • Start Tent Available for competitors - minimum 5 x 5 meters, closed, secured and heated - (restaurant within 100m is adequate)
  • Drinking Water Hot tea and cold water (without gas) during training and competition for competitors.
  • Toilets 1 toilet located close (100m) to start area (portable toilets).
  • Sound System Specifications as per sound company and local situation – during competition not to loud that we can run the event. For training minimum music is required.
  • Speakers English is required and respective national language – the best is two speakers (also for training, qualifications and awards).
  • DJ Very important – musical selection depends on the audience and local habits.
  • Radios 14 radios to run the competition (these are only for the sport not for security, concerts, etc.). OC needs extra radios for internal communication.
  • Snowmobile A minimum of five Snowmobile’s (with drivers) are necessary for the finals in SX or a suitable lift just beside the SX-course.
  • Poles / Long poles: Minimum of 40 red and 40 blue fixed plastic poles and minimum of 20 red and 20 blue flex plastic poles and a minimum of 4 gate keys from the OC
  • Timing Cabin A heated lockable building / container with power (separate electric circuit) and tables and chairs for 6 people (minimum 12 square meters) with windows, located adjacent to the finish line is required at all venues. FIS Data Service (data processing company)will provide more details.
  • Awards Stage A stage (5x4 meter) beside the finish area (where TV cameras have easy access) with a table for the prizes. Before a corridor with 1 meter crowd control metal fence for press / TV / photographers...


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[edit] Power Requirements

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