Special Cup's Technical Rules
for 2003 Czech / Schools Cups Competitions
Competitors / synchronized pairs from the clubs of FIG affiliated federations in good standing may participate.
Competition formatTrampoline Individual females and males 8 years of age and older = born 1996 and older (Czech Cup Individual Competition) and additional final and additional total results for girls and boys 8 - 15 years of age = born 1988 -1996 (Schools Cup Individual Competition).Trampoline Synchronized females and males 8 years of age and older (Czech Cup Synchronized Competition).
First / compulsory routines and performance levelsA - according the FIG requirements for Olympic Games, World and Continental Championships. No limit of voluntary / final routine difficultyB - according the FIG requirements for Continental Youth Championships. No limit of voluntary / final routine difficulty
The competitors / pairs have the right to choose between the A or B first or C or D compulsory routines.
(The first routine must be written down into the competition card, the changes in the first routine or the violation of requirements will cause the additional deductions.)
Compulsory routinesC - 10 different skills, min. 4,0 pts. compulsory routine difficulty. Max. 6,0 pts. voluntary / final routine difficulty will be countedD - 10 different skills, min. 2,5 pts. compulsory routine difficulty. Max. 4,0 pts. voluntary / final routine difficulty will be counted
(The compulsory routine must be written down into the competition card, the change in the compulsory routine will cause the interruption of the routine.)
Starting orders principles
The competitors / pairs with D compulsory routines will start first, then the competitors / pairs with C compulsory routines, etc.
The starting order of the competitors / pairs with D compulsory routines - the foreign competitors / pairs will be decided by draw, the Czech competitors / pairs will be included according the current Czech Cup Series descending ranking. The same procedure will be applied for the competitors / pairs with C compulsory routines, etc.
The starting field will be divided into the groups of approximately 10 competitors / pairs per group.
There is the common Qualifying Round for both the Czech and Schools Cups Competitions.
Qualifying Round is organized in groups, each group performing their first / compulsory and voluntary routines prior to the next group starting the Qualifying Round.
Finals and winners
The 10 best competitors / pairs from the Qualifying Round will go forward to the Final including min. 2 Czech competitors / pairs.
The winner is the competitor / pair with the highest overall number of points (first / compulsory + voluntary + final routines).
The FIG Knock-out Rules will be applied in the case of tie on any place.
The entry deadline is specified in the Invitation / Regulations. The named entry can be changed in case of serious reasons at latest 48 hours before the planed competition start.
The organiser of the competition need not appoint the Floor Manager and the spotters. Nevertheless min. one and max. two spotters must be positioned at both longer sides of a trampoline while it is in use during the training and competition.
The Chair of Judges Panel may allow the usage of the spotter mat also on the side of the trampoline adjacent the judge’s panel.
The competitors - breveted judges are not allowed to compete and judge in the same competition.
Protest can be handled in by the club representative, competitor or coach.
The protest fee is EUR 10,-. If the protest is sustained the fee will be returned. If the protest is overruled, the fee will be transmitted to the Czech Gymnastics Federation, TRA TC.
The arbitration jury consists of 2 officials (CGF TRA TC and/or organisers‘ representatives) and 3 judges (Chair of Judges Panel, judge No. 1, judge No. 6).
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