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  1. 3057.11 (635 bytes)
    1: ... than once, a '''[[DNS]]''' will be issued to the competitor for that jump only.
  2. Timing Glossary (56,167 bytes)
    142: ...]''' '''finish''' split, effectively yielding the competitor's actual time on course.
    314: ...hat the line is clearly visible to an approaching competitor. On either side of the finish line a photoelectri...
    349: ... that when the beam is broken by the passage of a competitor across the finish line, the circuit causes the ti...
  3. 4507.1 (1,831 bytes)
    11: ...gned the '''red''' bib, the second highest ranked competitor is assigned the '''green''' bib, the third highes...
    15: It is the competitor’s responsibility to arrive at the start gate in...
    26: For a 4 (four) competitor '''[[Ski Cross]]''', '''Position 1''' is to the '...
    28: For a 6 (six) competitor Ski Cross, '''Position 1''' is to the far left ''...
  4. Gate Judge Instructions (4,552 bytes)
    15: ...r. When in doubt, ALWAYS judge on the side of the competitor.
    16: ...e committed a fault. If asked you must inform the competitor if he has committed a fault that would lead to a ...
  5. Mogul Judging And Scoring (4,794 bytes)
    3: ...score. Altogether, the maximum number of points a competitor can receive is 30.0.
    13: Five judges independently evaluate the competitor’s turns based on the following points of criter...
    16: ... To achieve the maximum points for fall line, the competitor should stay in the selected fall line out of the ...
    30: ...The two judges’ scores are averaged leaving the competitor with the maximum air score of 7.5 points.
    33: ...makes up the remainder of a competitor’s score. Competitors are timed from the moment they leave the [[start...
  6. Overview of Aerials (4,627 bytes)
    8: All competitors compete in a qualification phase consisting of o...
    10: ...inals]] consist of two rounds. In the finals, the competitors will run in reverse order of their qualification...
    18: Aerial skiing is a judged event. Competitors jump off specially constructed snow ramps known ...
    21: ...orm in one of the official training sessions. Top competitors perform quintuple twisting back somersaults in t...
    23: ...t about 70 km/hr. A speed trap at the site allows competitors to measure their speed during test runs or "spee...
  7. 4505 (2,844 bytes)
    3: == '''4505.1 Number of Competitors per Competition''' ==
    4: ...per heat or either 48 or 24 ladies and men with 6 competitors per heat.
    7: ...e knockout format. Timed runs are used to qualify competitors for the Ski Cross Final.
    13: ...nts list (published several times a year). If the competitors are tied, the higher points in the second catego...
    16: ...p will be '''[[randomly drawn]]'''. The remaining competitors will be ranked according to their higher points ...
  8. 3046 (2,658 bytes)
    5: ...and the World Cup or World Championships level, a competitor must have reached his '''15th birthday''' before ...
    7: ...ng of the competition year (July 1st) even if the competitor has not yet reached their 14th birthday for '''[...
    11: ...ional junior competitions are restricted to those competitors whose 20th birthday falls in or after the '''[[c...
  9. 3054 (1,625 bytes)
    1: == '''3054 Competitor Responsibilities''' ==
    9: ...fixed in the official competitor information. The competitor is not obliged to attend award ceremonies held on...
    11: ...on, to agree to assume all risks of injury to the competitors’ person and property resulting from, caused by...
    13: '''3054.6''' In all competitions, all competitors must wear [[Helmets]].
  10. Organizers Seminar Dubrovnik CRO (13,032 bytes)
    15: Joe Fitzgerald spoke about the number of competitors and officials that attend the Freestyle FIS Worl...
    35: * What are the Competitor Thinking about? see the link here [http://democra...
    66: *Competitor and Sport Focus
    72: *Competitor Focus
  11. Growth of Freestyle Skiing (2,336 bytes)
    18: * '''[[FIS Freestyle World Cup Competitor Attendance]]'''
    19: * '''[[FIS Freestyle World Cup Competitor Attendance by Nation Season 2008-2009]]'''
    20: * '''[[FIS Freestyle World Cup Competitor Attendance by Nation Season 2009-2010]]'''
  12. Vancouver 2010 OWG Competition Details (6,827 bytes)
    225: [[Competitor Advisory Committee]] - [[Moguls]]
    227: [[Competitor Advisory Committee]] - [[Aerials]]
    229: [[Competitor Advisory Committee]] - [[Ski Cross]]
  13. Competition Year (1,334 bytes)
    3: ...and the World Cup or World Championships level, a competitor must have reached his '''15th birthday''' before ...
    5: ...ng of the competition year (July 1st) even if the competitor has not yet reached their 14th birthday for '''[[...
  14. 4614 (455 bytes)
    4: ...e competitor will be scored up to that point. The competitor shall exit the course as soon as possible. (FS100...
  15. 4612 (3,390 bytes)
    9: 4612.4 No discussions are allowed concerning competitors’ scores unless initiated by the Head Judge.
    11: 4612.5 No competitor, team representative or spectator will be allowed...
    16: *4612.7.1 To adjudicate and score every competitor according to the FIS judging criteria fairly and ...
    17: ...led in identifying the various maneuvers that the competitors perform.
    31: ...nd to inform the judges of the number of the next competitor.
  16. Ski Cross Competitor Advisors (2,052 bytes)
    1: '''Ski Cross Competitor Advisors'''
    3: As proposed by the Ski Cross Competitors Group:
    36: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors Season 2012-2013]]'''
    37: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors]]'''
  17. Finish line (2,462 bytes)
    1: ...hat the line is clearly visible to an approaching competitor. On either side of the finish line a photoelectri...
    7: ...hat the line is clearly visible to an approaching competitor.
  18. Bib Number Assignment Freestyle World Cup (3,330 bytes)
    11: The first 25 competitors ranked in each mogul, aerial and halfpipe event ...
    13: ...tor is not entered, the bib will not be assigned. Competitors ranked 26 and lower will be randomly assigned bi...
    37: ... qualification are provided in every heat by each competitor, in the order of their ranking in the qualificati...
  19. FIS Freestyle World Cup (4,347 bytes)
    13: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors]]'''
    14: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors Season 2012-2013]]'''
  20. FIS Freestyle World Cup Background Information (544 bytes)
    8: '''[[FIS Freestyle World Cup Competitor Attendance]]'''
    10: '''[[FIS Freestyle World Cup Competitor Attendance by Nation Season 2008-2009]]'''

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