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1 ALPINE TECHNICAL DELEGATES Annual Update October 2012 Welcome Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

2 AGENDA Quiz Timing Cases Practical Cases Videos Precisions Various Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

3 1- Where can you find the F Value ? -a) FIS Points Section FIS web site -b)ICR -c) Rules for the FIS Alpine Points Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

4 1- Where can you find the F Value ? -a)FIS Points Section FIS web site DH : 1370 SL: 620 GS: 890 SG: 1050 SC: 1070 Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

5 1- Where can you find the F Value ? -a)FIS Points Section FIS web site DH : 1370 SL: 620 GS: 890 SG: 1050 SC: 1070 Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

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7 2-If a competitor is obstructed during his run and stops at the point of obstruction he must only report about the incident to a Jury member. -Yes -No Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

8 2-If a competitor is obstructed during his run and stops at the point of obstruction he must only report about the incident to a Jury member. -No ICR Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

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10 3- Put it in the correct order by year of birth for the season 2012/13: a)-1992U 21 b)-1994U 18 c)-1996U 16 d)-2000U 16 Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

11 3- Put it in the correct order by year of birth for the season 2012/13: ICR a)-1992U 21 b)-1994U 21 c)-1996U 18 d)-2000U 14 Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

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13 4- Which art. should the Jury apply if a competitor is not wearing his official start number during the race? a)-Equipment b)-ICR c)-ICR d)-ICR Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

14 4- Which art. should the Jury apply if a competitor is not wearing his official start number during the race? a)-Equipment b)-ICR c)-ICR d)-ICR Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

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16 5- In a GS the distance between turning poles must be not more than: a)-23 m b)-0.75 m c)-10 m d)-27 m Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

17 5- In a GS the distance between turning poles must be not more than: a)-23 m b)-0.75 m c)-10 m d)-27 mICR (Childrens´) Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

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19 6- If a competitor does not finish (DNF) the first run in a SC (SG run) can he start the SL run. a)-YES b)-NO Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

20 6- If a competitor does not finish (DNF) the first run in a SC (SG run) can he start the SL run. a)-YES b)-NOICR Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

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22 7- A Downhill competition in 487 m vertical drop can only count for FIS points as an Entry League Race. a)-YES b)-NO Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

23 7- A Downhill competition in 487 m vertical drop can only count for FIS points as an Entry League Race. a)-YES b)-NOICR Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

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25 8- Who can make further exceptions to the start intervals? a)-The Organiser b)-The TD c)-The FIS Council Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

26 8- Who can make further exceptions to the start intervals? a)-The Organiser b)-The TD c)-The FIS CouncilICR Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

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28 9- Which of these NSA abbreviations is correct? a)-NZE> b)-CAT> c)-BOS> d)-SRB> Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

29 9- Which of these NSA abbreviations is correct? ICR Abbreviations section a)-NZE> NZL b)-CAT> c)-BOS> d)-SRB> Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

30 9- Which of these NSA abbreviations is correct? ICR Abbreviations section a)-NZE> NZL b)-CAT> not valid c)-BOS> d)-SRB> Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

31 9- Which of these NSA abbreviations is correct? ICR Abbreviations section a)-NZE> NZL b)-CAT> not valid c)-BOS>not valid d)-SRB> Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

32 9- Which of these NSA abbreviations is correct? ICR Abbreviations section a)-NZE> NZL b)-CAT> not valid c)-BOS>not valid d)-SRB> correct Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

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34 10- If a Super G is set with 36 change directions in a 554 m vertical drop slope, are you setting for a: a)-FIS b)-National Championship c)-World Cup d)-ENL Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

35 10- If a Super G is set with 36 change directions in a 554 m vertical drop slope, are you setting for a: a)-FIS b)-National Championship c)-World Cup ICR d)-ENL Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

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37 Timing Cases Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

38 TIMING CASE 1 Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

39 TIMING CASE 1 RESULT Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

40 TIMING CASE 2 Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

41 TIMING CASE 2 RESULT Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

42 Practical Cases 1)National Championship in another country 2)Protest out of time 3)Last minute change 4)Large stone 5)The missing pole 6)Hit the outside gate Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

43 1) NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP IN ANOTHER COUNTRY A NSA has no homologated slopes in its country and organises its NC in another country. The organising country has entered 50 athletes. The total number of registered competitors does not exceed 100 including athletes from the country where the competition is organised. Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

44 1) NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP IN ANOTHER COUNTRY a) Check the quota of the organising NSA. b) With how many can the host nation start? c) And the other countries? d) Explain the different alternatives available to the Technical Delegate Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

45 1) NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP IN ANOTHER COUNTRY Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

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47 1) NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP IN ANOTHER COUNTRY RULES FOR THE FIS ALPINE POINTS Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

48 2)PROTEST OUT OF TIME The first run of the slalom just ended without much trouble and almost without interruption. You decide to join the course setter to finish setting the second run. You instruct the referee to check the disqualifications. In the chairlift, listening on your radio, the information is that there have been no disqualifications and start lists for the second run will be soon available. Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

49 2)PROTEST OUT OF TIME After finishing course setting you check the last details before opening the inspection. At this moment a trainer comes to you with a protest in his hand arguing that a competitor was not DSQ after committing a fault at the start pushing off from the start with his hands. You ask the start referee if he has any comments. Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

50 2)PROTEST OUT OF TIME His says that he noticed something strange but forgot to report it to you. In principle you accept the protest and communicate this to the Referee and the Chief of Race. In 5 min you are dealing with the protest. After discussions the vote comes out without a DSQ due to protest out of time. Both Jury members were against your proposal. Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

51 2)PROTEST OUT OF TIME a)What is the role of the Starter(or the start referee) in this case? b) What elements are important to consider under protest out of time? c) Can the TD, despite being opposed by the Jury, do anything? d) Is it possible to protest after the Jury has made its decision? Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

52 2)PROTEST OUT OF TIME Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

53 2)PROTEST OUT OF TIME Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

54 2)PROTEST OUT OF TIME Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

55 2)PROTEST OUT OF TIME Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

56 2)PROTEST OUT OF TIME Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

57 2)PROTEST OUT OF TIME Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

58 2)PROTEST OUT OF TIME Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

59 2)PROTEST OUT OF TIME Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

60 3)LAST MINUTE CHANGE After a difficult Team Captains meeting, you assist the Race Secretary to finish the start list for tomorrows SL. The next day at breakfast a coach of one of the teams asked you if he can make a last minute change (substituting one team member for another), since one of his competitors is feeling ill. Before giving the answer you consult with the Jury. Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

61 3)LAST MINUTE CHANGE When the Jury meets the referee notes that one of the teams who was not present at the team captain meeting (and was excluded from the draw) arrived late at night in the hotel. a) What will the decision with the ill competitor be? b) And what if the team which arrived last night also demands to start? Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

62 3)LAST MINUTE CHANGE Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

63 4)LARGE STONE There are 35 of 96 competitors left in the 2 nd run of a GS when a large stone appears on the course. It is impossible to continue the race. a) Can you do anything in order to finish the race? b) What information do you give and to whom. Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

64 4)LARGE STONE Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

65 5)THE MISSING POLE In a Slalom race during the 2 nd run a competitor knocks a pole down. The next competitor is already on the race slope when the referee says start stop. The missing pole is located 4 gates before the finish line and the person in charge of the sector cannot replace it before the next competitor arrives. Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

66 5)THE MISSING POLE When he arrives at this sector the competitor makes the turn approximately where the original pole was located without stopping. At the end of the competition a protest by another team against the classification of this competitor is made. Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

67 5)THE MISSING POLE a) Did the competitor commit a fault not stopping after he noticed the pole was missing? b) Can he be DSQ? c) See video Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

68 5)THE MISSING POLE Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

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87 5)THE MISSING POLE Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

88 6)HIT THE OUTSIDE GATE In a DH competition, N°10 falls in the area where the assistant referee (who is a coach) is positioned. According to his explanations she took a very long line and hit the outside gate. Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

89 6)HIT THE OUTSIDE GATE At the suggestion of a coach standing nearby he suggest to remove this outside gate. In this case: a) What would be the positive and negative consequences by removing it? b) What would you ask of him before you give him an answer? c) Do you have other ways of getting more information? d) Safety-Fairness e) Video Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

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110 6)HIT THE OUTSIDE GATE Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

111 6)HIT THE OUTSIDE GATE Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

112 Working with Videos 1)Interdiction to continue 2)Interference - Obstruction Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

113 1)INTERDICTION TO CONTINUE Read the new ICR art refering to this matter and decide as a Jury in each case. Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

114 1)INTERDICTION TO CONTINUE Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

115 1)INTERDICTION TO CONTINUE(1) Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

116 1)INTERDICTION TO CONTINUE(2) Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

117 1)INTERDICTION TO CONTINUE(3) Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

118 1)INTERDICTION TO CONTINUE(4) Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

119 1)INTERDICTION TO CONTINUE(5) Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

120 1)INTERDICTION TO CONTINUE(6) Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

121 1)INTERDICTION TO CONTINUE(7) Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

122 2)INTERFERENCE - OBSTRUCTION Read ICR art refering to this matter and decide as a Jury in each case. Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

123 2)INTERFERENCE - OBSTRUCTION Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

124 2)INTERFERENCE – OBSTRUCTION (1) Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

125 2)INTERFERENCE – OBSTRUCTION (2) Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

126 2)INTERFERENCE – OBSTRUCTION (2 B) Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

127 2)INTERFERENCE – OBSTRUCTION (3) Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

128 2)INTERFERENCE – OBSTRUCTION (4) Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

129 Precisions and changes after October 2011 FIS Points Rules ICR Equipment Alpine Technical Delegates Update 2012

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156 Crash Helmets The proposal from SRS will be implemented as a new rule for season 2013/14. This new rule will be valid at least until the end of the season 2017/18. New future products, where the higher safety standard would be approved could be recommended by FIS, according to the procedures and regulations for the acceptance of innovations in competition equipment.

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