## Proposal 62: 7B.7.2 Promoting Rider(s) to a Higher Category [ Revision 1 ]

**Committee:**Freestyle

**Submitted**on 2019-05-21

**Status:**

**Passed on June 06, 2019**

### Background

See discussion

### Proposal

OLD: 7B.7.2

"A routine is allowed to have a maximum of three successfully performed skills that are deemed to be higher than the allowed level for the category. Skills successfully performed is defined as performing the skill for a reasonable distance without falling, given the choreography of the routine. When this limit of three is exceeded, the routine is to be promoted to the next most difficult level."

NEW: 7B.7.2

"A routine is **Routines are **allowed to have a maximum of three** some** successfully performed skills that are deemed to be higher than the allowed level for the category. Skills successfully performed is defined as performing the skill for a reasonable distance without falling, given the choreography of the routine. **Individual routines are allowed to have a maximum of three such skills and pairs routines are allowed to have a maximum of six such skills. **When this limit of three is exceeded, the routine is to be promoted to the next most difficult level."

### Body

The rule was written for individual freestyle but since pairs skills are counted individually there must be a separate limit for pairs freestyle.

### References

### Discussion

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### Votes on this proposal:

**12**
out of
**12**
voting members have voted.

**Agree:**
**9**,
**Disagree:**
**0**,
**Abstain:**
**3**.