What Is Required in a FIS Freestyle Start and Result Sheet

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== What does the '''[[ICR]]''' Rule Reference '''[[3045.2.2]]''' indicate about Official Results Information? == == What does the '''[[ICR]]''' Rule Reference '''[[3045.2.2]]''' indicate about Official Results Information? ==
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* Start List example, Aerials [http://www.fis-ski.com/pdf/2009/FS/8053/2009FS8053QSL.pdf] * Start List example, Aerials [http://www.fis-ski.com/pdf/2009/FS/8053/2009FS8053QSL.pdf]

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Contents

What Competition Details are needed to run a FIS Competition?

What is the Key Information that make a result unique?

  1. . One year in 40 seconds, by Eirik Solheim [1]
  2. . One year in two minutes, by Eirik Solheim [2]


Course Data

Officials


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What does the ICR Rule Reference 3045.2.2 indicate about Official Results Information?

See 3045.2.2

  • Start List example, Aerials [3]
  • Aerial Qualification [4]
  • Dual Mogul Results web based results [5] verses pdf files [6]
  • Halfpipe Final Results [7] verses pdf files [8]
  • Ski Cross results [9] verses pdf files [10]

Are these results sheets according to the 3045.2.2


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