COMPETITION REGULATIONS

6.

For reasons of fair play, the competitors of the Organizing Table will start last and their score will not be included in the official results (they can represent a separate classification).

7.

The R.T.ITALIA TROPHY will be assigned to the Table which has scored the most points according to the following rule:

The first competitor will be assigned as many points as there are classified competitors counting down until the last competitor.

8.

The jury will consist in 8 persons:

The chairman of the Organizing Table and the chairman of the Euroskimeeting Supervision Committee or his delegate, and an official representative  of the six nations which customarily organize the competition (Italy, Switzerland, Austria,France, Germany, Norway and Sweden). In the case of parity in the votation, the opinion of the chairman is valid. At any rate it can not be appealed to the decision of the jury or of the Euroskimeeting Supervision Committee.

9.

Any claim will be placed within an hour after the exposition of the classifications with a deposit in the amount of $15 or the relative exchange value. This amount is in any case assigned to the fund of the R.T. organizer.

10.

The R.T. Italy Ski Trophy will be temporarily assigned to the winning Table, which will undertake to return it in time to the Organizing Table of the following edition, along with the special embossed plate;  the Table which wins the Trophy three times, also non-consecutive, will receive a souvenir certificate while the original Trophy will still continue to be placed at stake.

CROSS COUNTRY TROPHY

11.

The R.T.I. 17 Venice Trophy is assigned annually during the Ski Meeting to the Table which has attained the highest score in the men's cross-country competition (minimum 6 Km - maximum 10 Km).  The Organizing Table will establish the technique in which the competition will be contested and will undertake to communicate it to the participants in the programme of the competition.

In this competition are valid he same regulations in use for the Ski Trophy R.T.I., in all of their articles.

KING ARTHUR CROWN

12.

The “King Arthur's Crown” individual trophy offered by R.T.I 10 Trento will be assigned to the competitor, who were under 40 years old on the 30th of June before the competition, and who has attained the most overall points in the giant slalom and the cross-country competitions, according to the following specifications.

To calculate the combination classification, the score attained by each competitor in the single competitions is the result of the formula:

X Y

R =  --  +   -- 

A  B

where

X = time of the competitor in Slalom

A = time of the winner of Slalom

Y = time of the competitor in  Cross-country competition

B = time of the winner of the Cross-country competition

R = final result, expressed as gradually increasing values  as the position in classification worsens

Example:

X = 52”

A = 48”

Y = 35'

B = 32'

52” 35"

R =  ----  +  ----  =  1.08 + 1.09 =  2.17 Points

48" 32"

The “King Arthur's Crown” Trophy will be kept by the winner until the following edition of the Ski Meeting, where it must be put back at stake, it not being any definitive assignment.

FORTY-ONE TROPHY

13.

Every year the Forty-One Trophy, offered by RT Austria 6 Wels, is assigned on the occasion of the Euro Skimeeting to the Table which achieved the most points in the giant slalom with its ex-tablers.

For that competition are valid the same regulations in use for the RT Italia Trophy, in all of their articles.

VENUS TROPHY

14.

Every year the Venus Trophy, offered by RT Austria 6 Wels, is assigned on the occasion of the Euro Skimeeting to the Table which achieved the most points in the giant slalom with the own ladies.

For that competition are valid the same regulations in use for the R.T.Italia Trophy, in all of their articles.

 QUEEN GUINEVRE CROWN

15.

The “Queen Guinevre Crown” individual trophy offered by RT Italy 39 Bergamo will be assigned to the female competitor who has attained the most overall points in the giant slalom and the cross-country competitions.

For that competition are valid the same regulations in use for the “King Arthur's Crown” except the age limit that is not applied.

 FULÄHUNG TROPHY

16.

The “FULÄHUNG Trophy”, individual trophy offered by RT Switzerland 10 Thun, will be awarded to the Round Table member who has attained the last position in the giant slalom competition. This Trophy was cancelled by RTCH 10 Thun in 2010.

 LAST MAN STANDING TROPHY

17.

The “Last Man Standing Trophy”, individual trophy offered by RT Austria 6 Wels, will be awarded to the Round Table last member who leave the bar area the night before the giant slalom competition.

General Rules

18.

For the participation at the Euroskimeeting the registration has to be made before 8 pm of the Wednesday preceding the competitions. The organizing Table might also stipulate a longer minimum stay, in that case it has to be communicated to the participants on the program of the Euroskimeeting. Later registrations don't give the right to be inserted in the classification.

 

The starting of the slalom competition by chronometer will be given as follows:

- Children

- Ladies

- Active members and ex members

- Members of the Organizing Table

 

The starting of the cross-country competition will be given in line for all of the participants.

Several copies of the classifications should be available at the end of the competition.

19.

The rules of the competition in English must be hung in the official place for communications of the organization.

1.

During the Euro Skimeeting week, the Giant Slalom and a competition of cross-country skiing will be contended for the assignment of the following awards and trophies:

· ROUND TABLE ITALIA TROPHY

· CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING TROPHY

· KING ARTHUR CROWN

· FORTY-ONE TROPHY

· VENUS TROPHY

· LADY GINEVRA CROWN

· FULÄHUNG TROPHY

· LAST MAN STANDING TROPHY

observing the following regulations:

ROUND TABLE ITALIA TROPHY

2.

During the Euro Skimeeting week, the Giant Slalom will be contended with the award of the prestigious ROUND TABLE ITALY Trophy.

The competition will take place in a single leg, as a rule on Friday morning, on a difference of height from 150 to 180 metres, 1,000 - 1,200 metres long, 30 gate poles, photocell precision timing

3.

Only the active members and ex members of the Associations supporting Woco can compete in the competition for the conquest of the trophy.

4.

The R.T. Italia Trophy will be awarded to the Table which achieves the highest score according to the norms of the these regulations.

5.

During the evening before the first competition, there will be organized a meeting in order to draw up the starting order for the Giant Slalom. The team leader of each Table participating will present a starting list of the own entered by using the registration form (see encl. registration form).

The drawing by lot of all Tables entered will follow. The drawing will be done by the Organizing Committee into the presence of a Euroskimeeting Supervision Committee Member or a National Promoter.

Depending on this drawing by lot, the starting order will be stipulated by rotating: 1 competitor of each table - according to the list of the registration form - up to to the last competitor of the last Table.

Should the delegate of any Table not be present at the programming of the competition, the Organizing Committee will  decide for him.

Example:

order by drawing by lot:

1. Round Table Strasbourg

2. Round Table Thun

3. Round Table Trento

 

Registration Forms of the Tables:                                                                          Starting order for the Tablers:

Version: Febbr 2012

 

Round Table Strasbourg

 

 

Round Table Thun

 

 

Round Table Trento

1.

Francois

 

1.

Peter

 

1.

Roberto

2.

Michel

 

2.

Frank

 

2.

Stefano

3.

Therry

 

 

 

 

3.

Paolo

 

 

   Round Table

1.

Francois

1. STRASBOURG

2.

Peter

1. THUN

3.

Roberto

1. TRENTO

4.

Michel

2. STRASBOURG

5.

Frank

2. THUN

6.

Stefano

2. TRENTO

7.

Therry

3. STRASBOURG

8.

Paolo

3. TRENTO