Proposal 66: 11B.8 Finals [ Revision 1 ]Committee: Street
Submitted on 2019-05-21
Status: Passed on June 06, 2019
Tried to word this better
The top 5 or 6 riders will be chosen to participate in the finals, which should be a few hours later, or the next day. Finals should preferably not be before noon, because we want a lot of spectators, and we want to riders to have a chance to warm up and be ready to be at their best. In the finals, the same 3 zones will be used, and all riders will go at the same time for 12 to 15 minutes in each zone. (Depending on the possible time window the host can decide to reduce the time but 10 minutes is the minimum.) The riders are assigned an order and they may only attempt a trick when it is their turn. The order should be presented in writing as well as announced before the competition. Riders may choose to skip their turn in the event of an injury or any other reason. There will be 5 judges in the finals, and these can be made up from some of the judges of prelims, or even riders that did not make it into the finals.
The top 6 riders will compete in a finals round held greater than 3 hours after the preliminary rounds. To ensure riders have adequate warm up time and to increase spectator numbers the final round should preferably be held in the afternoon/evening. In the finals, the same 3 zones may be used, with riders competing simultaneously with a minimum of 10 minutes and maximum of 15 minutes in each zone. The riders will be assigned an order and may only attempt a trick when it is their turn. The order should be presented in writing as well as announced before the competition. Riders may choose to skip their turn in the event of an injury or any other reason. There will be 5 judges in the finals. Judges can include preliminary round judges as well as riders that did not make the finals round.
the same 3 zones may be used indicating that the course can be changed for finals.
Put in top 6 riders most large competitions this should be fine. Most small competitions don't use exact ruleset due to low numbers/judging quality or whatever.
Votes on this proposal:
9 out of 11 voting members have voted.
Agree: 8, Disagree: 0, Abstain: 1.