1 Alpine Canada Alpin National Officials Program Level II Certification November 1 st, 2017
2 INTRODUCTIONS NAME: CLUB: INVOLVEMENT IN RACING: - Racer, Official, Parent etc.? WHY THE LEVEL II OFFICIALS COURSE: EXPECTATIONS OF THE COURSE:
3 AGENDA INTRODUCTION - 30 min RACE ORGANIZATION - 30 min RACE SECRETARIAT - 30 min JURY DETAIL - 30 min RULES - 30 min COURSES & RULES - 60 min SECURITY & RACE COURSE - 90 min GATE JUDGE - 15 min TIMING - 30 min POINTS, PENALTY & RESULTS - 30 min ADDENDUM - 15 min EXAM & REVIEW - 75 min
4 OBJECTIVES To prepare p participants p to assume leadership roles within alpine and para-alpine race structures. Understanding of race organizationation Race organization officials roles and responsibilities Race structure Administration, Start, Course, Finish, Timing, Results Race protocols : entries, team captains meeting, draw, course inspection, race jury / ROC, protests, jury meeting, timing, results, points
5 Overview Sanctioning Bodies Competitive Racing Levels Officials Program
6 World Sport Organization World governing body Rules, standards, sanctions, penalties World Cup World Championships Continental Cups Olympic Winter Games with/for IOC IPC
9 NSO National a Sports Organization at - ACA National governing body Alpine, Para-alpine, Ski/Snowboard Cross (in partnership with Snowboard Canada) National Ski Teams National Championships Rules, standards, sanctions, penalties (FIS compliant and ACA) Leadership for sport development at national level (racing, (ac g,coaching, g,officiating) cat
11 Divisions / Zones Local governing body Local Teams Rules and Standards, sanctions, penalties (FIS, ACA and PSO compliant) Leadership for sport development at local level (racing, coaching, officiating)
12 Racing Levels Non-Points Races All age groups, calendared by divisions with PSO Club specific house-league and fun-n-glory programs usually are not under PSO sanction National Points Races U14 and older, calendared at ACA by PSO Competitive stream to qualify for provincial and national championships FIS Races U18 and older, calendared FIS by ACA Competitive stream to qualify for provincial and national teams that compete at the Continental Cup and World Cup circuits
13 Officials Program Supporting the athlete s race program Risk Management (security) first Fairness Always Reliable Race Results
14 Officials Program 4 Levels of Officials Parallel development - Race Administration, Timing/Results, Race Operations, Course, Jury 4 levels of Technical Delegates
15 Officials Program Classroom study and examination Experience Certification Approved Course Conductors Approved TD Examiners
16 Officials Job Categories Administration Event Quality Course Timing Jury Race Organizing Committee Race Chair Chief of Administration Chief of Race (also Jury Member) Chief of Course Chief of Gate Judges Chief of Timing and Calculations Chief of timing Timer Starter Technical Delegate TD Candidate Referee Gate Judge Secretariat Finance Accommodation Scoreboard Chief of Event Quality Chief of Ski Area Relations Chief of Awards and Media Relations Chief of Course Equipment Crew Chief Steward Steward Calculator Recorder Finish Controller Assistant Starter
18 Objectives Ensures: Fastest racer to ski the course correctly wins. Consistent, secure course from start to finish, first forerunner to last racer. Accurate timing.
19 Race Organization Race Chairman Directs all non-technical committees from organization to completion of race. Chief of Race Chief of Administration Chief of Course Chief of Timekeeping and Calculation Chief of Gate Judges Responsible for all technical and security aspects of the race. Chairs the team Captain s meeting In charge of all records, the draw, registration, bibs and results production and distribution. Supervises on-the-hill hill arrangements such as course preparation and maintenance, course marking including flags, dyeing and numbering, course clean up and works with Course Setter. Supervises all timing, communications and calculations, plans and sets up timing and communication systems, oversees timers, starters, calculators, recorders and spotters. Organizes, instructs and is responsible for the Gate Judges. Chief of Equipment Responsible for obtaining all equipment required for the preparation p and operation of the race. Chief of Stewards Chief of Event Quality Responsible for control of spectator and recreational skiers and first aid coverage. Responsible for coordinating the race with the Ski Area, arranging the awards and media promotion and relations.
20 Officials and more Officials Race Chairman Gate Judges Chief of Race Course Crew Chief of Administration Electronic Timing Operators & Chief of Course Recorders Chief of Gate Judges Hand Timers & Recorders Chief of Timing & Calculations Technical Delegate Referee & Assistant Referee Start Referee Finish Referee Starter Assistant Starter Runners Results Posters Course Setters
21 ROC Objectives Courses Are secure, legal, fair, consistent Competitors Are qualified, properly seeded, d informed, guided, d controlled Timing Is accurate, consistent throughout the race Results Are accurate, prompt, available Documentation ti Is accurate, complete and timely The Race Is safe, fair, fun, appropriated scheduled, timely Procedures Are consistent and uniform There should be no individual advantages other than skiing smarts and physical performance. Each competitor should have the opportunity for one - and only one - run on a proper, fair and consistent course.
22 Race Structure Race Chairman The Organizing Committee Non Technical Aspects of Race Chief of Race Finance Board/Lodging Transportation Publicity Event Quality Medical Aid Security Banquet Sponsors Etc etc The Jury TD Referee Assistant Referee Chief of Race Jury Advisors Start Referee Finish Referee Race Committee Technical Aspects of Race Chief of Race ~ Chairman Chief of Administration Chief of Course Chief of Gate Judges Chief of Timing/Calculations Chief of Equipment
23 Race Synopsis Off Hill Activities Before The Race Planning Publicity Race Notice Entries Team Captain s Meeting Info Distribution, Jury Selection, Draw, 1st Run Start List Bib Distribution On Hill Activities Course Preparations Check Communications Set 1 st course Final Hill Preparations Timing Installations & checks 1 st Run Results Start List for 2 nd run Results Review or Recap During The Race After the Race Ski Patrol, Stewards, Gate Judges, Timing Personnel, Post/Announce DSQ s, Jury Decisions, Tear Down/Clean Up
24 Checklist Early fall Four weeks prior to race Two weeks prior to race One week prior to race The day prior to race Evening before race Race day Key elements on race day
25 Race Secretariat Chief of Administration (Race Administrator / RA) RA Forms Team Captains Meeting Entries, Draw, 1 st Run Start List, Snow Seed
26 Race Secretariat Secretariat checklist List of supplies Race Notice Race entry form Team Captain s meeting ~ checklist Draw Board Results Chief of Administration
27 R A Forms
28 R A Forms
29 Team Captains Meeting
30 Team Captains Meeting Constitute the Jury Confirm entries Confirm representation Confirm seeding Execute the draw Present and confirm program Confirm timing and location of next TCM
31 Start Order One run race event Two run race event 11 st run Tie for 30th place 2 nd run Snow Seed Starting order for FIS races (1 st & 2 nd run)
32 Snow Seed Extraordinary circumstances (when snowing) In advance of the race the Jury may change the start order in DH, SG, GS 6 competitors are drawn from the last 20% of the field. Start before Bib #1 In reverse order of their start number % TABLE
34 Race Jury ICR Technical Delegate Chief of Race Referee Assistant Referee Liason to RoC (only for speed events) Start Referee WC, OWG Finish Referee WC, OWG
35 Race Jury Duty: While each member of the jury has some specific responsibilities (TD - ICR 604.9, Referee ), the voting jury members are jointly and equally responsible/accountable for the decisions the jury makes. Guiding principles for decision making include: compliance with the rules of racing, the security of the athletes / participants, and the delivering the fairest competition environment for the circumstances at the time (variables: weather, time, resources, equipment, etc.). consistent application of due process and hard evidence protocols to resolve protests.
36 Race Jury Voting members & their appointment Jury Advisors and Eyes of the Jury Non-Points Races All age groups, calendared by divisions with PSO Club specific house-league and fun-n-glory programs usually are not under PSO sanction National Points Races U14 and older, calendared at ACA by PSO Competitive stream to qualify for provincial and national championships FIS Races U18 and older, calendared FIS by ACA Competitive stream to qualify for provincial and national teams that compete at the Continental Cup and World Cup circuits
37 Jury Responsibilities Rules Security General responsibilities Technical Delegate Chairing the Jury Referee & Assistant Referee Start Referee, Finish Referee, Course Setter Chief of Race Operations
38 Technical Delegate ICR 602, rules advisor, security advisor, certifies race results Representative the Sanctioning Body FIS or Alpine Canada Alpin, as applicable Certification of race results (sole discretion, not a jury decision) Enforcement of technical standards d Chair of the Competition Jury Leader, facilitator, advisor Panel of equal votes except for breaking ties Chief of Race Referee / Asst Referee, as applicable Member of the Race Organizing Committee Chief of Race Referee(s) Start Referee Finish Referee Jury advisors / eyes of the jury, as appointed Chief of the Course Chief of Timing and Calculations Chief of Administration Chief of Gate Judges Chief of Medical and Rescue Chief of Equipment
39 Technical Delegate ICR 602, rules advisor, security advisor, certifies race results TECHNICAL DELEGATE WORKING AREAS SANCTIONING RACE JURY AND COM PETITORS BODY COMMITTEE TEAM CAPTAINS T.D. CHIEF OF JURY SAFETY & QUALIFICATIONS RACE COURSE INSPECTION PROTESTS LICENSED RACE TEAM RE-RUNSRUNS T.D. SECRETARY CAPTAINS PROTEST HEARINGS GENERAL CHIEF OF COURSE DISCIPLINARY DUTIES COURSE SETTER ACTION T.D. CHIEF OF START AIDS GATE JUDGES REFEREE T.D. CHIEF OF FINISH REPORT TIM ING/CALC. REFEREE
40 Rules for Re-Runs, Runs Sanctions, Disqualifications, Protests ICR 620s and 640s
41 Re-Runs, Sanctions, Disqualifications & Protests t Know the ICR ~ the FIS rule book Reruns 627 Not Permitted to Start Penalties 629 Disqualifications Protests 641 Types of Protests 642 Submitting Protests 643 Deadlines for Submittal
42 DSQ Forms
43 Jury Minute with Protest
44 Jury Case Studies Put on your thinking cap
45 Rules for Race Courses
46 The Race Course DH Super G GS SL DIRECTION CHANGES FIS 7% VD CHI 8% 12% VD DIRECTION CHANGES FIS 11 15% ENL 13 15% CHI 13 17% DIRECTION CHANGES FIS 30 35% +/ 3 ENL 30 35% +/ 3 CHI 32 38% +/ 3
47 Race Course Technical Specifications
48 Course Setting Terms
49 Slalom ICR 800
52 Giant Slalom ICR 900
53 Giant Slalom START Giant Slalom FLEXIBLES 4-8 M RIGIDE OU FLEXIBLE 4 8 M 4-8 M PORTES VERTICALES FLEXIBLES A RRIVÉE F I N I S H
54 Super G ICR 1000
55 Super G FIS Race Event DH or Super G race and one run SL race If possible both races on the same day Racers seeded by speed or SL points of 1 st event (see ICR ) nd 2 nd run event Start List is reverse start order of the 1 st run race results
56 Super G ACA National Points Races NCR National points Super G races should be run on FIS SG / GS homologated courses. For Super G races calendared on lower elevation slopes, PSO approval is needed. The PSOs must ensure that athlete security is appropriate to the venue.
57 Downhill ICR 700
58 Downhill MEDICAL CONTROL START VISIBLE No limit for the maximum ( HELICOPTER MEDICAL WILLY BAGS FENCING NETS COMMUNICATION
59 Alpine Combined FIS Race Event DH or Super G race and one run SL race If possible both races on the same day Racers seeded by speed or SL points of 1 st event (see ICR ) 2 nd run event Start List is reverse start order of the 1 st run race results
60 Kinder Combi MAXIMUM VERTICAL DROP ~ K1 250M KK TECHNICAL MIXTURE OF GS, SL & STUBBY GATES KK SPEED MIXTURE OF GS AND SG GATES ON THE SAME COURSE MINIMUM # OF DIRECTION CHANGES 30 NO MAXIMUM MINIMUM GATE DISTANCE M MAXIMUM GATE DISTANCE - NOT MORE THAN 28M GATE WIDTH ~ MINIMUM DISTANCE - 4M MAXIMUM DISTANCE - 8M KINDER SLALOM & GIANT SLALOM RULES APPLY
63 Course Preparation Machine Grooming tilling Snow making Water Water Bar Chemicals
64 Protection Installations Fencing C fencing Netting A system - B netting Padding Willey bags
65 Protection Installations
66 Protection Installations
67 Protection Installations
68 A systems
69 A systems with slip skirting
70 B System
71 Bnet Overlapping ends
72 Bnet Original Primary Fence Loc'n Original Secondary Fencing Loc'n Racer's Projected Trajectory Racer's Original Path Collapsing Secondary Fence Loc'n Collapsing Primary Fence loc'n The Ramping Effect
73 Course Setting Terms Triple B netting
74 C fencing
75 Obstacle Protection
77 Start Area ICR 613.1, 613.2
78 Start Area
79 Finish Area ICR 615.1, 615.2
80 Finish Area
81 Photo Cell Protection
82 Course Inspection ICR
83 Gate Judging
84 Gate Judges ICR Checklist for Chief of Gates Guidelines for Gate Judges Number of Gates per GJ GJ Quiz
85 Gate Judging Terms
86 Correct Passage Single Pole/Panel 804.3, In single pole SL and GS, both feet and ski tips must have passed the turning pole on the same side, following the normal race line crossing the imaginary line from turning pole to turning gpole.
87 Correct Passage NO CLIMGING If a competitor comes to a complete stop (e.g. after a fall), he must no longer continue through previous or further gates. All fixed start disciplines (GS, SG, DH) Climbing permitted for SL as long as the competitor does not interfere with the run of the following competitor OR [the competitor] has not been passed by a following competitor.
88 Correct Passage Videos
90 Timing - ICR 611 Rules of Timing Multiple communications Printed electronic timing to 1/100 th second Hand timing mandatory Electronic timing failure Equivalent Electronic Time EET National Timing Form
91 Timing Synchronization Timing Booklet, Alpine Skiing, v2.54 May 2016 Synch confirm at +1 minute: Synchronization to the Time of Day for all systems must be accomplished. Connect all timing devices that run in time of day at one start source (one single contact only for checking) and start the time of day of all timing devices. Trigger the timing devices again after 1 minute and chick if the time of day for this impulse is within a 1/1000ths (0.001) for System A and System B timers. If they are not, you must re-synchronized and try again.....
92 Timing Synchronization Homologated starting gates have two separate contacts. It is not sufficient to synchronize the timers by simply opening the start gate. Synchronization must be executed with all timers connected to receive the start impulse from a single source. Use of a single plunger trigger is the preferred method. Alternatively, all timers must be connected to just the System A pair or just the System B pair of plugs from a start gate. A Timing Best Practice: After the forerunner reports have been received from the Finish Referee, the TD should seek or receive confirmation from the Chief of Timing that: all of the timers are correctly synchronized, both the start and the finish hand timers are operating correctly, and both the start and the finish hand timers are being operated correctly.
93 Electronic Equivalent Time Utilization of times taken by hand Hand times may be used in the official i results after a correction has been calculated. Effective fall 2017, the missing System A time of day element (start impulse or finish impulse) is calculated to the precision of the System A timer (1,000 s or 10,000 s of a second, as applicable) and manually inserted into the timing data (M flag).
94 EET TOD Replacement produces better result, most of the time TOD replacement works with or without synchronization Math can be done either way, alternate minus primary or primary minus alternate For athletes missing both start and finish time, NET Time calculations (old method) produces exact same result as doing the math with a replaced TOD start and replaced TOD finish Replacement calculations should be done to the.001 precision Look for and use electric system B whenever possible, no matter how you do the math, electric gives a much better result!
95 EET Calculation l of the correction time of day impluse: Subtract the electronic time from the time taken by hand (or vise versa) for the all of the 10 competitor times preceding the missing time. If there are not 10 times before, complete the calculation with the remaining times after the missed time. The sum of the 10 time differences is divided d dby 10 and rounded dup or down (0.044 > 0.04, > 0.05) to give the correction which must be applied to the hand time of the competitor without an electronic time.
96 EET.001 primary and.01 replacement system (hand timing) Calculate to Bib Sys A TOD Fin HT Finish TOD Sys A HT Sys A precision 27 08:19: :19: :21: :21: :27: :27: :28: :28: :28: :28: :29: :29: :30: :30: :30: :30: :31: :31: :32: :32: Missing 40 08:32: / Replacement Finish Add adjust to HT Primary Start Resulting Net Time 08:32: :31: :01:19.521
97 On-hill Hand Timing Using digital stop watches means using recording forms One of the widely used stand alone hand y timing devices available. Synchronization with system A and B timers Bib number input Impulse by plunger trigger Data retention Data download Printed strips
98 Start, Countdowns, Finishes Start Timing shall measure the exact time the competitor crosses the start line with his leg below the knee Start Countdowns - Start signal / interval Valid and False Starts (613.6, 613.7, 628.5, 629.3) Determination of Finish ( , 615 f) Timing of the Finish
99 Technical Timing Report Required for all FIS races, and ACA provincial / national championships. Submit to the National Timing Group c/o
100 Technical Timing Report
101 Points, Penalty, Results
102 Points System National Points System FIS Points System Points List On the FIS & ACA web sites Race Points Specific formula Race Penalty Calculated number to equalize races on different hills Racer Points or Result Race points + Penalty = Result Points average of two results in each discipline
103 Race Points P = [(Tx Tx/To) /To)-1] x F All calculations must be done to at least 4 decimal places ~ no rounding off till calculation complete Round off to 2 decimal places as follows: Ignore 4 th decimal and use the value of the 3 rd decimal place to round the 2 nd decimal place 0 4 ~ stays the same 5 9 goes up
104 Penalty Calculation Procedure: 1. List top 10 finishers 2. Add up list pts for the best 5 list point finishers from the top Add up the list points for the best 5 list points who started the race irrespective of finish 4. Add the results of the best 5 who finished and who started 5. Deduct the race points of the best 5 list points holders 6. Divide by Adjust by Z and adder values
105 Penalty Calculation Some Important Points to Note in National Race Penalty Calculation: The maximum penalty value for a National Level race is The Fill In point is to be use in case there are less then five racers with NATIONAL points is for all discipline. This fill in must also be use if the racer s points are over There will be no ADDER used at National level races. There will be no Z factor s used at the National level l races. If two or more competitors have the fifth best points, which should be taken into consideration for the penalty calculation, the competitor with the higherh race points will be considered for the penalty calculation. (Reason: better penalty).
106 Source for current variables
107 Penalty Example
108 Results Rules for the form and content of results Accuracy of finput of fdata is essential for correct preparation at of results Distribution of race results available from FIS, ACA or PSO depending on level of race.
109 Results Pg. 1 Pg. 2 Pg. 3
110 Results Race results with penalty calculation are submitted on-line by uploading.xml files in the prescribed formats. The files are ed to Files are to be named in the following format: CANcodex_TD#.xml CAN1383_1018.xml note: race codex must be 4 digits e.g not 567..com not.ch The subject line for uploading s should be Results CANcodex.TD # e.g. Results CAN TTRs are submitted on-line by uploading.xml files in the prescribed formats to The TTR software has an facility built in. Copies should be sent to the RA, the TD and the Canada FIS TD Commissioner at the same. yearalcodextr.xml 2017AL1383TR.xml The TD Report is prepared and submitted on-line by the FIS TD using his/her secure FIS portal. The TD is to send a copy to the Race Administrator for record keeping. Hardcopy and scanned copies of all reports are to be retained by the Race Administration for 1 year. In addition to the results, penalty, TTR and TD Report, retained records include all minutes, 1 st Run Start Lists, Referee Reports, Accident Reports, supplementary reports and timing strips.
111 More Case Studies Teamwork
112 Thank you Thank you to the countless volunteers and Officials that make ski racing in Canada what it is today. Your dedication is appreciated both in the classroom and on the hill.
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