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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...
  101. 4511 (2,064 bytes)
    8: Each competitor is limited to two pairs of skis on the race day (...
    11: The competitors are required to wear helmets.
  102. 3044.5 (533 bytes)
    5: ...ossibly video. If [[no time]] can be decided, the competitor will receive a re-run.
  103. Gates Judges Education (1,782 bytes)
    13: ...ust observe accurately whether the passage of the competitor was correct through their area of observation and...
  104. Iron Cross (153 bytes)
    1: The ski tips are crossed while the competitor stays upright.
  105. Tip Cross (143 bytes)
    1: The ski tips cross, the competitor stays upright.
  106. Height and Distance (211 bytes)
    1: The arc that the competitor travels when jumping. A section of the [[Air]] sc...
  107. Growth of Freestyle (85 bytes)
    1: #REDIRECT[[FIS Freestyle World Cup Competitor Attendance by Nation Season 2008-2009]]
  108. 3062 (658 bytes)
    7: '''[[3062.2]]''' Competitors
    9: ... for training and competition is in place for the competitor and assumes full responsibility.
  109. 3065 (2,384 bytes)
    5: ...dures and activities, determine bib draws, gather competitor licences and qualifications and handle all necess...
  110. 4002 (5,427 bytes)
    24: ...'''[[Start]]''' and '''[[Finish area]]''' for the competitors.
    51: ...ng begins on the first official training day, the competitors and '''[[Jury]]''' must inspect the course. The ...
    53: ...trun to receive requests and suggestions from the competitors and trainers regarding the Aerials site.
    61: ...on is an inseparable part of the competition. The competitors are required to participate.
    69: '''4002.1.5.5''' Competitors not wearing their bibs will not be allowed to pa...
  111. 4007 (1,927 bytes)
    5: ... to attempt any Aerials manoeuvres for which such competitors are not qualified, in connection with an interna...
    19: ... updated list in the English language, of all its competitors’ qualifications prior to each Aerials competit...
    23: Competitors are subject to suspension or annulment of their ...
  112. 4202 (4,783 bytes)
    21: ...ne tracks should be removed. Bumps that throw the competitor too far into the air should be modified.
    51: ...begins on the first day of official training, the competitors and [[Jury]] must inspect the course. The Jury s...
    55: ...site to receive requests and suggestions from the competitors and trainers.
    65: ...on is an inseparable part of the competition. The competitors are required to participate.
    73: '''4202.1.5.5''' Competitors not wearing their bibs will not be allowed to pa...
  113. 4302 (4,771 bytes)
    24: ...ne tracks should be removed. Bumps that throw the competitor too far into the air should be modified.
    56: ...begins on the first day of official practice, the competitors and '''[[Jury]]''' must inspect the course. The ...
    58: ...site to receive requests and suggestions from the competitors and trainers.
    67: ...on is an inseparable part of the competition. The competitors are required to participate.
    75: '''4302.1.5.5''' Competitors not wearing their '''[[bibs]]''' will not be all...
  114. Chief Steward (1,004 bytes)
    5: ...as in regards to crowd control, skier traffic and competitor and ski patrol accessibility. The Chief Steward ...
    11: * Clear access ways for competitors, officials, official vehicles and ski patrol.
  115. 3000 (1,266 bytes)
    23: [[3037]] [[Competitor’s Equipment]]
    43: [[3054]] [[Competitor Responsibilities]]
  116. Did not start (235 bytes)
    1: (DNS) An indicator given to a competitor who was on the start list, but did not compete in...
  117. Disqualified (238 bytes)
    1: (DSQ) A ruling by the [[Jury]] that a competitor has broken the rules of the sport and cannot be c...
  118. FIS Aerial Seed List (335 bytes)
    1: ...o FIS World Cup points of each current [[Aerial]] competitor. This list is used to extract the seed list, whic...
  119. Forerunner (1,219 bytes)
    1: A non-competing competitor that performs prior to the start of the '''[[even...
  120. FIS Freestyle World Cup Organizers Agreement (50,464 bytes)
    380: ...press conference with the 1st, 2nd and 3rd placed competitors must be held in an appropriate room of the press...
    456: ...jump is visible from the starting point until the competitor is leaving the '''[[finish area]]''' using a mini...
  121. Freestyle Skiing Basic Course Information (2,684 bytes)
    73: ...eparate '''[[Start Area]]''' '''100 m2''' and one Competitor / Team Preparation Area '''50 m2''' to '''150 m2'...
  122. 8. Eligibility and Citizenship of the Competitors (626 bytes)
    1: '''8. Eligibility and Citizenship of the Competitors'''
    3: ...or entry in '''[[FIS World Championships]]''' the competitor must be a citizen of the country of which '''[[Na...
  123. 13. Time-limits for Entry (5,909 bytes)
    42: ...number of officials and the approximate number of competitors in each of the following groups of '''[[events]]...
    60: ...s, with the names of the officials and registered competitors with a valid FIS licence under groups of events ...
    64: ...reigning FIS World Champions. These supplementary competitors have to be cancelled after the final team select...
    72: ...t]]''', stating names and group classification of competitors according to the International Competition Rules...
    104: ...n site. The Organising Committee must accept such competitors.
  124. Judge (165 bytes)
    1: A FIS official who evaluates the performance of a competitor.
  125. Qualified (183 bytes)
    1: A competitor who is allowed to participate in the Final.
  126. Race points (198 bytes)
    1: '''[[FIS points]]''' earned by each competitor in the current event.
  127. Start number (194 bytes)
    1: A number representing the order in which a competitor will start.
  128. Tie-break points (262 bytes)
    1: ...presenting a comparison of judges scores for each competitor affected by the Tie.
  129. 4-Point Landing (149 bytes)
    1: Both poles plant when the competitor lands from a jump.
  130. Freestyle WC Officials Information (2,602 bytes)
    12: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors Season 2012-2013]]'''
  131. Freestyle Equipment List (48,188 bytes)
    1199: ... that when the beam is broken by the passage of a competitor across the finish line, the circuit causes the ti...
  132. 3062.2 (359 bytes)
    1: '''[[3062.2]]''' Competitors
    3: ... for training and competition is in place for the competitor and assumes full responsibility.
  133. Ski Cross World Cup Entry and Results Process (8,639 bytes)
    33: ... the beginning of the competition, to the entered competitors based upon the World Cup ranking or FIS Point Ra...
    43: The competitors keep their assigned bibs, for all inspection and...
    49: The best 16 Ski Cross competitors present will be drawn according to their highest...
    55: Other competitors with rankings / points will be ranked according ...
    81: ...domly drawn for start numbers 1-16. The remaining competitors will start according to their draw number.&nbsp;...
  134. 4008.7 (373 bytes)
    3: A competitor cannot perform a jump in competition, which has a...
  135. Ski Cross Details (2,833 bytes)
    140: [[Competitor Advisory Committee - Ski Cross]]
  136. Team Captains’ Meeting (947 bytes)
    1: ...dures and activities, determine bib draws, gather competitor licences and qualifications and handle all necess...
  137. Mogul Draw Team Captains Meeting - Deer Valley 28.01.09 at 17.00 (4,646 bytes)
    126: [[3034]] Appointment of Competitor Committee
  138. Aerial Draw Team Captains Meeting - Deer Valley 29.01.09 at 17.00 (4,002 bytes)
    111: [[3034]] Appointment of Competitor Committee
  139. Mogul Draw Team Captains Meeting - Cypress Mountain 2009 (5,366 bytes)
    14: '''55''' Competitors Men
    16: '''39''' Competitors Ladies
    124: [[3034]] Appointment of Competitor Committee
  140. Ski Cross Draw Team Captains Meeting - Cypress Mountain 2009 (3,209 bytes)
    113: [[3034]] Appointment of Competitor Committee
  141. Aerial Draw Team Captains Meeting - Cypress Mountain 2009 (5,029 bytes)
    92: [[3034]] Appointment of Competitor Committee
  142. Are SWE DRAW Team Captains Meeting 12.02.09 (6,919 bytes)
    141: [[3034]] Appointment of Competitor Committee
  143. Are SWE DM DRAW Team Captains Meeting 13.02.09 (7,801 bytes)
    150: [[3034]] '''Appointment of Competitor Committee'''
  144. Placement of the Gate (429 bytes)
    2: ... simultaneously]] and it must be impossible for a competitor to open the gates themselves or cause the gates t...
  145. Report of the Freestyle Coordinator Dubrovnik (CRO) 2009 (4,990 bytes)
    3: ...d lots of competitions, lots of different and new competitors, nations and podiums and lots of traveling for t...
    13: ...the phenomenon that is created when it contains a competitor(s) from the host nation. Their achievements make...
  146. Lyrca (984 bytes)
    1: ...le than '''[[rubber]]''', its major non-synthetic competitor.
  147. 6.1 (4,195 bytes)
    19: ...r prior to exiting the '''[[finish area]]'''. All competitors in the Final and Small Final heats will be measu...
  148. 1st Team Captains Meeting - Freestyle Skiing Vancouver 2010 OWG (7,401 bytes)
    66: ...tries and confirm with a signature that the their competitor are entered and that the spelling of the names ar...
    222: == '''[[Competitors’ Advisory Committees]] ICR [[3034.1]]''' ==
    316: ...orrect number of bibs and matching numbers to the competitors.
  149. Freestyle FIS World Cup Points (2,069 bytes)
    3: '''11.1''' Points are awarded to the competitor based upon competition results in the '''[[Events...
  150. 1952 Olympic Report Norefjell (15,541 bytes)
    27: problem for competitors
    102: ...nter Games both lifts were at the disposal of the competitors free of charge.
    118: ...iant slalom courses had to be reserved for active competitors and their coaches and for the higher officials. ...
    148: one complete run a day only for each competitor,
    178: uneasiness among competitors and coaches, particularly
  151. 4501.2.5 (1,436 bytes)
    3: ... have passed across the '''[[gate line]]'''. If a competitor loses a ski, without committing a '''[[fault]]'''...
  152. Freestyle Technical Delegate Pre Test 2009 (6,058 bytes)
    60: | '''11.''' A competitor who has stopped in the Halfpipe for 15 seconds ma...
    121: * “Competitors’ Ready … 3, 2, 1, Go!”
    160: * [[Competitors]]
  153. FIS Freestyle World Cup Sponsor guide (2,094 bytes)
    37: The LO guarantees that no competitor is present with their branding in any commercial ...
  154. Start Crews (1,804 bytes)
    10: ...lag person for clear signal prior to sending next competitor
  155. Prize Money - Freestyle World Cup (1,506 bytes)
    32: ...d confirmation of payment must be provided to the competitor electronically. Bank transfer fees and value adde...
  156. 21. TV COVERAGE (2,330 bytes)
    5: ...jump is visible from the starting point until the competitor is leaving the '''[[finish area]]''' using a mini...
  157. Scoreboard Operator (735 bytes)
    3: ... and scores as well as unofficial results of each competitor on the '''[[Official notice board]]''' as soon as...
  158. 13.5 Deadline and Exceptions (1,752 bytes)
    15: ...n site. The Organising Committee must accept such competitors.
  159. Competition Definitions (4,502 bytes)
    5: ...e conditions on course are ready (can be due to a competitor down, poor course conditions, an obstruction on t...
    15: ...ia may conduct short informal interviews with the competitors. The Mixed Zone shall be set-up by the OC in con...
  160. Color commentators (1,367 bytes)
    3: ...de-off” commentary with the Announcer regarding competitors and their progress to maintain continuity of the...
  161. Ties in Heats before the Final (438 bytes)
    1: ...rd or 2nd and 3rd or 4th placed competitors), the competitor with the lowest qualification rank will advance. ...
  162. 4607 (529 bytes)
    3: ... The sound system must be powerful enough for the competitor to hear the music clearly and without distortion ...
  163. 4610 (479 bytes)
    3: ...ust be closed off to everyone except the starting competitor and the start officials.
  164. Final Report Ruka 2005 (43,352 bytes)
    509: *Competitor introductions
  165. Sapporo, JPN 21.-22.11.2010 (2,914 bytes)
    31: **We understood that competitor will be added at LAST start at SX.. He or She mi...
  166. Ski Cross vs. Snowboard Cross times, speeds and percentage differences Vancouver 2010 (7,353 bytes)
    14: Given the different days, with different sets of competitors, can perhaps account for some of the differences...
    18: ...estyle skiing and snowboarding are the top ranked competitors in the world. They all need to performance to th...
    120: The top five ranked competitors time, in the qualifications, were made into an a...
    122: In snowboard Cross each competitors takes two runs. The best time was used and avera...
    124: In Ski Cross, each competitor takes 1 run and the time 5 best times were averag...
  167. 4507.8.1 (2,274 bytes)
    3: ...art Ramp shall be prepared in such a way that the competitors can stand relaxed in the starting device and can...
    7: ...en simultaneously and it must be impossible for a competitor to open the gates themselves or block the opening...
    13: ...ndles should be available for children and junior competitors.
  168. FIS Technical Delegates FIS Freestyle World Cup 2012/2013 (3,503 bytes)
    250: *'''[[Ski Cross Competitor Advisors Season 2012-2013]]'''

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