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  1. Ski Cross Competitor Advisors Season 2012-2013 (1,938 bytes)
    1: == '''Ski Cross Competitor Advisors / Connection Coaches Season 2012-2013'''...
    19: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors Season 2012-2013]]'''
    20: *'''[[Competitors’ Advisory Committees]]'''

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  1. Gate judge (1,669 bytes)
    3: ...ct according to current rules, verifying that the competitors do not accept outside help, maintaining and repa...
    5: A competitor who does not have correct passage through a gate ...
    7: ... a fault that would lead to disqualification. The competitor is fully responsible for his action and, in this ...
  2. 4306 (3,147 bytes)
    10: '''4306.1.2''' All competitors shall use a recognised release '''[[DIN]]''' bin...
    12: '''4306.1.3''' Competitors must wear a helmet in the '''[[Dual Moguls]]''' ...
    17: ...tinue, they will be judged up to that point. If a competitor loses both skis, they will be judged up to that p...
    23: Every competitor must perform two different jumps in order to maxi...
    35: A competitor who performs only one manoeuvre can only receive ...
  3. 4508.2 (2,124 bytes)
    3: ... upon an infraction of rule '''[[4508.1]]''' such competitor shall be Disqualified for Intentional Contact (''...
    5: ...t of a violation of Rule '''[[4508.1]]''' and all competitors in the heat, other than those that receive a DIC...
    7: ...ounced in the finish area and communicated to the competitor that received the DIC or their Team Captain as so...
    9: ...ason, the '''[[Jury]]''' is required to refer the competitor to the Appeals Commission pursuant to Rule 224.13...
    11: '''4508.2.4''' Should any competitor in a heat feel that a violation of Rule '''[[4508...
  4. Location of Officials on the Course (1,680 bytes)
    1: ...y Freestyle Skiing competition, the competitor or competitors ski through a set of features on course and they...
    3: The winner is the competitor who has the best performance as they pass through...
    5: ...inciple is the same for all – The winner is the competitor who has the best performance.
    10: ... Officials must be able to accurately time when a competitor leaves the start and ensure that it is done accor...
    11: ...''Along the course''': Officials must ensure each competitor correctly passes through the course and the cours...
  5. Start Referee (3,078 bytes)
    4: ...ryone except the starting officials, the starting competitor and one trainer.
    8: ...art Referee is responsible for assuring that each competitor receives a fair start.
    13: ... rerun and must notify the Jury when a coach or a competitor requests a rerun.
    15: ...or reruns take place before the start of the last competitor on the published start list.
    18: ... incident that allowed for a provisional rerun, a competitor had committed a fault that would result in disqua...
  6. Start Permission and “Three Phase Start (2,611 bytes)
    4: ...ck to red and the starting procedure for the next competitor begins.|thumb|500px]]
    7: ...ck to red and the starting procedure for the next competitor begins.
    9: ...art after the start signal has been given. If the competitor has not left the start by the end of the start ti...
    11: ...'3043.4.2.6''' During the starting procedure, the competitor must have the opportunity to clearly observe the ...
    13: ...me. If the start signal is interrupted during the competitors’ starting period for any reason, for example u...
  7. Dual Moguls TV Graphics (1,916 bytes)
    37: == '''[[Dual Mogul Qualification Competitor Start]]''' ==
    41: == '''[[Dual Mogul Qualification Competitor Result]]''' ==
  8. Mogul Glossary (5,695 bytes)
    13: '''[[Backscratcher]]''': Competitor touches his/her back with the tail of both skis. ...
    15: ...ion]]''': The stance, balance and movement of the competitor’s body.
    42: ...on Cross]]''': The ski tips are crossed while the competitor stays upright.
    73: '''[[Spread]]''': Competitors arms are extended and legs split apart to the si...
    87: '''[[Tip Cross]]''': The ski tips cross, the competitor stays upright.
  9. FIS Freestyle World Cup Basic World Requirements (6,073 bytes)
    14: Each Competitor and Team Official Pays CHF 50.00 (≈ € 45.00) ...
    31: == '''TEAM OFFICIALS / COMPETITOR ACCOMMODATIONS''' ==
    33: *80 - 90 Competitors, 15 - 25 Team Officials per '''[[event]]'''.
    34: *Maximum charge for the Team officials and the competitors is '''CHF 50''' per person per room night.
    35: ...petitors, see here '''''[[FIS Freestyle World Cup Competitor Attendance]]'''''
  10. 4507 (3,917 bytes)
    15: ...gned the '''red''' bib, the second highest ranked competitor is assigned the '''green''' bib, the third highes...
    19: It is the competitor’s responsibility to arrive at the start gate in...
    32: *For a 4 (four) competitor '''[[Ski Cross]]''', '''Position 1''' is to the '...
    34: *For a 6 (six) competitor Ski Cross, '''Position 1''' is to the far left ''...
    48: ...art Ramp shall be prepared in such a way that the competitors can stand relaxed in the starting device and can...
  11. 4206 (2,526 bytes)
    9: '''4206.1.2''' All competitors shall use a recognized release '''[[DIN]]''' bin...
    11: '''4206.1.3''' Competitors must wear a helmet in the '''[[Moguls]]''' compe...
    19: If a competitor loses a ski before the '''[[finish line]]''', the...
    23: ... otherwise specified by the '''[[Jury]]'''. Every competitor must perform two different jumps in order to maxi...
    35: ..., if two Aerials manoeuvres are recommended and a competitor performs three manoeuvres, the judges will disreg...
  12. 661.4 (1,505 bytes)
    3: ...sed the gate line. This rule is also valid when a competitor has to climb back up to a gate.
    10: ...a pole from its vertical position before both the competitor's ski tips and both feet have passed the gate lin...
  13. Competition Details (6,651 bytes)
    210: [[Competitor Advisory Committee - Moguls]]
    212: [[Competitor Advisory Committee - Aerials]]
    214: [[Competitor Advisory Committee - Ski Cross]]
    216: [[Competitor Advisory Committee - Half-Pipe]]
  14. Overview of Ski Cross (5,488 bytes)
    9: ...er 1 [timed runs]]. The start order is drawn. The competitors start in the same start order in both runs. In s...
    12: ...round can be based on 32 or 16 competitors. If 32 competitors compete the final round will consist of:
    23: If 16 competitors compete the final round will consist of:
    34: The competitors are placed in the heats of the first round ([[1/...
    36: ...plete the course by crossing the finish line, the competitor who made it further down the course will receive ...
  15. 4800 (2,069 bytes)
    9: ... topography of the slope. The light must show the competitor the exact picture of the terrain and must not alt...
    11: ...adow into the racing line and shall not blind the competitor by glare.
  16. 3044 (2,073 bytes)
    5: ... must be satisfactorily large enough to allow the competitor to stop. All fences and barriers must be in place...
    8: ...iming light]]''' must be smooth in order that the competitor will not pass above the timing electric light.
    11: ...in. Any unauthorized entry must be prevented. For competitors who have finished their runs, a special area, se...
    15: With electric timing, the time is taken when a competitor crosses the line between the finishing posts with...
    22: ...g, possibly video. If no time can be decided, the competitor will receive a '''[[re-run]]'''.
  17. 4008 (3,242 bytes)
    5: ...f 24 hours prior to the start of competition. All competitors shall be allowed an opportunity to train on the ...
    9: '''4008.2.1''' Competitors must wear a '''[[helmet]]''' in the Aerials comp...
    19: ...]'''; '''[[4008.7]]'''; '''[[6010]]''') until the competitor has announced his jump to the starter prior to pe...
    21: The competitor shall announce his planned jump by name immediate...
    25: A competitor will be required to perform two different Aerials...
  18. 4009 (3,042 bytes)
    38: '''4009.5.1 Ranking of the eliminated Competitors'''
    50: '''4009.6.1 Lower ranked Competitor Jumps First'''
    52: The lower ranked Competitors will always jump first in the each heat.
    58: ...formed twice, except in the Final round, then the competitors can repeat a jump from a previous Round.
    60: '''4009.6.3 Competitor not jumping in a round'''
  19. Starter and Assistant Starter (3,327 bytes)
    8: ...Assistant Starter is responsible for checking the competitor's bibs, clothing and equipment for violations.
    21: *present the correct competitors to the '''[[Starter]]''' at the correct times
    29: *Do not let these skiers interfere with other competitors. The skier must not leave when a countdown is in...
    32: *Call out competitor's bib # prior to run.
    33: *Inform Starter of competitors not present.
  20. Announcer (3,213 bytes)
    1: ...[[Disqualification]]''' information – bib # and competitor name – may also be announced; the announcement ...
    4: ...ver the sound systems to spectators, officials or competitors.
    12: *Competitor profiles
    30: **Competitor's names, bib number and ski area
    31: **Competitors biographical information (after run)
  21. 3057.11 (635 bytes)
    1: ... than once, a '''[[DNS]]''' will be issued to the competitor for that jump only.
  22. 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...
  23. 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 ''...
  24. 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 ...
  25. 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...
  26. 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...
  27. 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 ...
  28. 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...
  29. 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]].
  30. 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
  31. 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]]'''
  32. Vancouver 2010 OWG Competition Details (6,827 bytes)
    225: [[Competitor Advisory Committee]] - [[Moguls]]
    227: [[Competitor Advisory Committee]] - [[Aerials]]
    229: [[Competitor Advisory Committee]] - [[Ski Cross]]
  33. 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 '''[[...
  34. 4614 (455 bytes)
    4: ...e competitor will be scored up to that point. The competitor shall exit the course as soon as possible. (FS100...
  35. 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.
  36. 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]]'''
  37. 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.
  38. 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...
  39. FIS Freestyle World Cup (4,347 bytes)
    13: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors]]'''
    14: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors Season 2012-2013]]'''
  40. 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]]'''
  41. What are the FIS Freestyle World Championship (4,889 bytes)
    5: ...iing competitions that test the ability of of the competitor to performance on a particular date at a particul...
    21: ...e '''Exclusive'''; with limited quotas (maximum 4 competitors per nation / per event)
    24: ...edal, is the highest recognition in skiing that a competitor skier can achieve.
    33: In a qualification competition, all the competitors compete on the course.
  42. 3020 (11,101 bytes)
    76: ...ust observe accurately whether the passage of the competitor was correct through their area of observation and...
    96: ... Cross]], they determine that finish order of the competitors.
    107: ... collection of all '''[[Bibs]]''' provided to the competitors’ and other officials.
    124: ... arrange an appropriate facility to which injured competitors should be taken and treated.
    138: * Reports to the referee the names of the competitors who did not start and informs the Jury of all in...
  43. 4700 (1,915 bytes)
    7: Maximum team size of three (3) competitors on one team.
    8: ...le competitors or a mixed team of male and female competitors.
    9: No more than two competitors can be of one gender on each mixed team.
    17: Each competitor can only take part in one round and take one run.
    20: ... is based on a random draw of the nation (not the competitors name).
  44. 3041 (5,534 bytes)
    8: ...ded, may not be published or used in the event of competitors being tied in the '''1/100’s''' of a second.
    20: ... finish line, starts the time unit and the second competitor that crosses the finish line stops the timing uni...
  45. 3060 (7,886 bytes)
    22: * A Qualification Run (consisting of all competitors);
    27: In the Finals, the qualifying competitors will start in reverse order or set into groups, ...
    31: ** the number of competitors is equal to or less than the size of the normal ...
    42: In the Moguls competition, all competitors will make one run down the course. The qualified...
    61: ... the qualification phase. In the Final phase, the competitors shall run in reverse order of the placing in the...
  46. 3033 (3,582 bytes)
    43: ...o the judge is and the name and bib number of the competitor. All scorecards will indicate a score for each ca...
    45: ...e no discussion between the judges concerning the competitors’ scores (except by the Head Judge).
    47: '''3033.6.3''' No competitor, team official or spectator will be allowed to ap...
  47. 3035 (1,562 bytes)
    5: If possible, the Team Captain should not be a competitor.
    13: ...2''' To benefit from all advantages accorded to a competitor (lifts, accommo-dations, invitations, etc.).
  48. Competitors’ Advisory Committees (525 bytes)
    1: '''3034.1 [[Competitors’ Advisory Committees]]'''
    3: ...nt in every competition there shall be a separate Competitors’ Advisory Committee, consisting of:
    7: - Two competitors’ representatives (one lady and one man)
    11: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors]]'''
    12: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors Season 2012-2013]]'''
  49. 3045 (3,911 bytes)
    10: ... determined from the scores and rankings of those competitors who have not been disqualified.
    32: * Competitor Names, Nationalities, '''[[Bib Numbers]]'''; '''[...
    36: ...applicable degree of difficulty factors, speed of competitor, '''[[speed points]]''', Dual Moguls protocols, S...
    59: ...6304.2.1.2]]'''. If the tie cannot be broken, the competitors will receive the better place and the following ...
    73: ...s for the last place of the Final field, all tied competitors go through to the Final. For '''[[Ski Cross]]'''...
  50. Landing (492 bytes)
    1: ...Site Cypress Mtn CAN.jpg|The steep slope that the competitor makes contact with the '''[[snow]]''' after a jum...
    3: The steep slope that the competitor makes contact with the '''[[snow]]''' after a jum...
  51. 3058 (2,385 bytes)
    10: ...s]]''', crossing the middle line of the course. A competitor shall be deemed to have crossed the middle line i...
    12: ...''3058.3''' for upgrading a flight plan after the competitor has left the starting gate.
    16: '''3058.5''' for a competitors’ Final run, if not starting in the Finals afte...
    18: '''3058.6''' for a competitors’ jump score, if the jump is not performed.
  52. 4304 (765 bytes)
    5: The judges shall evaluate the competitors’ performance with respect to ”[[turns]]”, ...
    7: ... is started until they cross the finish line. The competitor should come to a controlled and complete stop in ...
  53. Hand Timers (6,179 bytes)
    7: ... from '''[[start]]''' to '''[[finish]]''' of each competitor in the mogul and ski cross competition. In addit...
    12: *Must write all times for each competitor.
    32: ... finish line in the case of two closely finishing competitors. At the finish, if two closely spaced racers are...
  54. Chief of Timing (5,186 bytes)
    7: ...ng. This pertains to the official timing of each competitor's run. The Chief of Timing must also see that all...
  55. Chief of Start (1,106 bytes)
    10: * Gives warning signal and start command to competitors:
    11: * A competitor not in gate, inform [[The Chief of Scoring]] for ...
    12: * Keep record of all competitors starting, include name and bib #. Give to runne...
    13: ...knoll flag person for clear prior to sending next competitor.
  56. Alternates / Substitutes (464 bytes)
    1: ...ccredited competitor. An <alternate / substitute> competitor will be registered and will have an accreditation...
  57. FIS code (1,445 bytes)
    1: ...ompetitor’s personal and unique FIS code. Every competitor must have a valid FIS code to participate in a FI...
    9: The code is used to identify the competitors in each '''[[event]]''', and it is also printed ...
    11: It can also be used to find an individual competitors on the web or in the ‘Fislist’-program. Inte...
  58. 17. Finances (10,521 bytes)
    78: ... free accommodation with full board for qualified competitors are in principle as follows, whereby the system ...
    92: ...FIS affiliated National Ski Association without a competitor qualified according to the above-mentioned limita...
    93: ...ber of nights of free accommodation for qualified competitors who participate in the respective competition is...
    98: ...he first 500 competitors, one male and one female competitor are qualified for free accommodation with full bo...
    103: For competitors who are participating in a number of different e...
  59. Receives no score (296 bytes)
    1: ... given to a competitor (for example: a [[Moguls]] competitor who skis around a control gate in Moguls). A [[RN...
  60. 4508.1 (1,004 bytes)
    3: ...rm, leg or '''[[ski pole]]''' in front of another competitors’ body to avoid being passed. '''[[Blocking]]''...
  61. Start Commands (2,117 bytes)
    5: ...2.1''' The wind condition (velocity) in which the competitor is allowed to start.
    10: ...ck to red and the starting procedure for the next competitor begins.
    16: A start command will then given: [[“Competitor Ready! 3, 2, 1, Go!”]]
  62. Aerials Start Command (1,126 bytes)
    2: ...2.1''' The wind condition (velocity) in which the competitor is allowed to start.
    9: ...ck to red and the starting procedure for the next competitor begins.
  63. 3041.2.5 Timing in Dual Moguls (457 bytes)
    2: ... finish line, starts the time unit and the second competitor that crosses the finish line stops the timing uni...
  64. 4505.6.1 (1,137 bytes)
    2: ...d or 4th place competitors in the heat only), the competitor with the lowest qualification rank will advance.
    5: ...rd or 2nd and 3rd or 4th placed competitors), the competitor with the lowest qualification rank will advance. ...
  65. 4507.6 (1,091 bytes)
    6: For a 4 (four) competitor '''[[Ski Cross]]''', Position 1 is to the far lef...
    8: For a 6 (six) competitor '''[[Ski Cross]]''', Position 1 is to the far lef...
  66. 4507.3 (839 bytes)
    3: ...gned the '''red''' bib, the second highest ranked competitor is assigned the '''green''' bib, the third highes...
  67. Photocells (1,231 bytes)
    1: ... that when the beam is broken by the passage of a competitor across the finish line, the circuit causes the ti...
    3: ... that when the beam is broken by the passage of a competitor across the finish line, the circuit causes the ti...
    5: ...titor’s start number or bib number; this is the competitor’s official time.
  68. Net Time (571 bytes)
    1: ...]''' '''finish''' split, effectively yielding the competitor's actual time on course.
  69. 4505.6.2 (519 bytes)
    1: '''[[4505.6.2]] Ranking of Competitors that [[Do Not Finish]]'''
    3: ...[[finish line]]''', rankings will be based on the competitor who made it further down the course, will receive...
  70. 3045.2.2 (1,992 bytes)
    23: * '''Competitor Names''', '''Nationalities''', '''[[Bib Numbers]]...
    27: ...applicable degree of difficulty factors, speed of competitor, '''[[speed points]]''', Dual Moguls protocols, S...
  71. Inrun (1,228 bytes)
    1: ...run]]''' is a specially prepared slope, where the competitor can start and gain '''[[speed]]''' before going o...
    3: ...run]]''' is a specially prepared slope, where the competitor can start and gain '''[[speed]]''' before going o...
  72. Manual hand timing (2,133 bytes)
    13: ...g the start of each '''[[forerunner]]''' and each competitor the start hand time will be communicated to the o...
    15: After each '''[[forerunner]]''' and each competitor crosses the '''[[finish line]]''', the hand time ...
  73. Chief of Gate Judges (1,941 bytes)
    11: ... is any doubt the advantage must always go to the competitor. Incorrect passage results in disqualification.
  74. Chief of Sport Production (1,408 bytes)
    5: *gather event and competitor statistics, sponsor and thank you lists for the A...
    20: *competitor background
  75. 1. Freestyle Skiing Competition Format (6,994 bytes)
    11: Competitors choose which of the three to four different line...
    15: All competitors participate in a qualification '''[[phase]]'''. ...
    18: Strategically, competitors determine their inrun location based on the type...
    20: ...d move on to the final round. In the final round, competitors complete two more jumps in reverse order from th...
    27: ...tyle Skiing '''[[discipline]]'''. The majority of competitors have an alpine skiing background.
  76. 4611 (811 bytes)
    3: ...rea]]''' must be flat and big enough to allow the competitor to come to a safe stop. It has to be fenced off c...
    9: ...trick to count towards a competitors’ score the competitor must take off on or before the finish line.
  77. Organizers FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup 2012/2013 (4,728 bytes)
    486: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors Season 2012-2013]]'''
    487: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors]]'''
  78. Connection coaches 2012/2013 (2,374 bytes)
    32: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors Season 2012-2013]]'''
    45: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors]]'''
  79. Ski Cross Competitor Advisors Season 2012-2013 (1,938 bytes)
    1: == '''Ski Cross Competitor Advisors / Connection Coaches Season 2012-2013'''...
    19: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors Season 2012-2013]]'''
    20: *'''[[Competitors’ Advisory Committees]]'''
  80. Freestyle Skiing (6,614 bytes)
    59: ...yle Ski World Cup 2012/2013]]''' | '''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors Season 2012-2013]]''' | '''[[FIS Techni...
  81. Aerial Glossary (7,246 bytes)
    80: '''[[Height and Distance]]''': The arc that the competitor travels when jumping. A section of the air score.
    138: ...knees, hips and arms all completely extended as a competitor’s feet cross the end of the [[kicker]].
  82. Competition Organization (3,287 bytes)
    78: '''[[The Competitor Advisory Committee]]'''
  83. Team Captains Check List (1,971 bytes)
    19: [[3034]] * Appointment of Competitor Committee
  84. Competition Secretary (2,581 bytes)
    18: * Type and duplicate list of competitors in run order.
    19: *Prepare competitor packets. Include info sheet, run order list, bib...
  85. 3035 Team Captains (438 bytes)
    5: If possible, the Team Captain should not be a competitor.
  86. 3035.1 Rights and Obligations of a Team Captain (608 bytes)
    5: ....2]] To benefit from all advantages accorded to a competitor (lifts, accommodations, invitations, etc.).
  87. 3035.1.2 (223 bytes)
    1: To benefit from all advantages accorded to a competitor (lifts, accommodations, invitations, etc.)
  88. Team Captains' Meeting (1,010 bytes)
    5: ...res]] and activities, determine bib draws, gather competitor licences and qualifications, and handle all neces...
  89. 3065.1 (881 bytes)
    3: ...res]] and activities, determine bib draws, gather competitor licences and qualifications, and handle all neces...
  90. Dual Mogul Start Gate (2,244 bytes)
    8: ...amp]]''' shall be prepared in such a way that the competitors can stand relaxed on the starting line and can q...
    12: ... simultaneously]] and it must be impossible for a competitor to open the gates themselves or cause the gates t...
  91. 4306.4.4 (462 bytes)
    4: ... simultaneously]] and it must be impossible for a competitor to open the gates themselves or cause the gates t...
  92. Ski Cross Start Gate (2,551 bytes)
    6: ...art Ramp shall be prepared in such a way that the competitors can stand relaxed in the starting device and can...
    9: ...en simultaneously and it must be impossible for a competitor to open the gates themselves or block the opening...
    16: ...ndles should be available for children and junior competitors.
  93. International Competition Rules (3,431 bytes)
    44: [[3037]] [[Competitor’s Equipment]]
    64: [[3054]] [[Competitor Responsibilities]]
    160: [[4606]] [[Competitors Equipment HP]]
  94. 4501 (4,139 bytes)
    2: After a timed qualification run, a group of competitors’ compete against each other on a specially pre...
    50: ...o the competition line. In certain circumstances, competitors may be required to pass between two gates of the...
    56: ... have passed across the '''[[gate line]]'''. If a competitor loses a ski, without committing a '''[[fault]]'''...
  95. Organisation (1,288 bytes)
    23: [[3037]] [[Competitor’s Equipment]]
    43: [[3054]] [[Competitor Responsibilities]]
  96. The Gate Judges (2,240 bytes)
    9: ...ust observe accurately whether the passage of the competitor was correct through their area of observation and...
  97. The Finish Officials (1,568 bytes)
    1: ...oss]]''', they determine that finish order of the competitors.
  98. 4509 (418 bytes)
    3: There shall be no protests of a decision that a competitor has violated Rule '''[[4508.1]]'''.
  99. Freestyle Equipment Rules (11,965 bytes)
    112: ... of the competition to the disadvantage of fellow competitors (e.g. changes to piste or snow)
    166: ...r prior to exiting the '''[[finish area]]'''. All competitors in the Final and Small Final heats will be measu...
  100. 4502 (3,145 bytes)
    5: The Ski Cross track width for 4 to 6 competitors, shall be no less than 5 meters in width.
    11: ...mstances. The features should be designed so that competitors are attempting to gain speed and not having to b...
    17: ...ed. The course should be designed to separate the competitors as quickly as possible after the start (i.e. 3-5...
    19: ...e Start]]''' should be designed in such a way the competitors can gain the speed with out using their '''[[ski...

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