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Rules

THE EAST EUROPEAN ACCURACY CUP (EEAC) 2022 GENERAL REGULATIONS

1. REGULATIONS

The East European Accuracy Cup (EEAC) competitions will be conducted in accordance with FAI rules. These regulations detail and clarify the above general rules for the EEAC professions.

2. COMPETITIONS AND CLASSIFICATIONS

2.1

The East European Accuracy Cup (EEAC) is played in the following competitions:

- team accuracy landing,

- individual accuracy landing.

2.2

The following general classifications will be carried out:

- general team classification,

- individual general classification

or

- common general classification for women, men and juniors.

A prerequisite for a joint classification for women, men and juniors or juniors with women and juniors classified with men (depending on gender) there will be no separate classifications at least one EEAC competition per year.

2.3

The individual general classification will be calculated on the basis of the sum of points awarded for participation in each competition of the cycle. Only the top five best results out of the six for participation in a particular competition will be counted towards the sum of the points awarded for the general classification.

2.4

For each competition, points will be awarded as follows:

2.4.1

The competitor receives 1 point plus the number of points equal to the number of classified competitors plus the number of pointsequal to the number of full rounds minus the number of points equal to the number of the taken place.

2.5

Competitors with the same number of points in the general classification will be classified on the basis of the higher number of points awarded for a single competition, in which case the competitior with the highest number of points for one of the competitions will be ranked higher.

2.6

The general team classification will be calculated on the basis of the sum of points awarded for the team's participation in each competition of the cycle. Only the top five best results out of the six for participationin a particular competition will be counted towards the sum of the points awarded for the general classification.

2.7

For each competition, points will be awarded to the teams as follows:

2.7.1

The team receives 1 point plus the number of points equal to the number of classified teams plus the number of points equal to the number of full rounds minus the number of points equal to the number of the taken place.

2.8

The teams with the same number of points in the general classification will be ranked on the basis of the higher number of points awarded for the individual competition, in which case the team with the highest number of points for one of the competition will be ranked higher.

2.9

The medal in the general team classification is awarded to four competitiors of the team occupying one of the first three places, who competed in this team with the highest number of times during the year. In the case of competitors with the same number of starts, the decisive factor is the higher place in the individual classification in a single competition, and then getting more points in a single competition.

3. GENERAL REGULATIONS

3.1

The Chief Judge for the cycle competition must be a judge with FAI Judge qualifications.

3.2

The organizers of individual competitions may nominate their national judge to work in a judging panel of competitions in another country one month in advance. The Chief Judges are appointed for the whole year and approved by the Organizing Committee of the cycle by March 31 this year.

4. DETAILED COMPETITION REGULATIONS

4.1

The Team Accuracy Landing and Individual Accuracy Landing:

4.1.1

The wind speed:

4.1.1.1

The wind speed must be measured by an anemometer with a minimum height of 6 m. The anemometer must be placed within a radius of approximately 50 m from the landing wheel. The anemometer must be able to read the indications on the display or the printout.

4.1.1.2

The observer judge is obliged to record the anemometer readings from the competitors landing times and the times of exceeding the permissible values.

4.1.2

Team Accuracy Landing.

4.1.2.1

The team must consists of maximum of 4 competitors, the scores of all four competitors will be counted for Team Accuracy Landing.

4.1.2.2

The teams with fewer than 4 people, for organizational reasons, may be combined into mixed teams of 4 people, mixed teams will not be included in the team classification for accuracy landing.

5. SPECIFIC REGULATIONS

5.1

Competition program.

5.1.1

Team Accuracy Landing: maximum number of rounds 8 (eight), minimum number of rounds 4 (four) for the event to be considered played. Jumping into the Team Accuracy Landing classification will also be considered for classification in the Individual Accuracy Landing.

5.1.2

Individual Accuracy Landing: maximum number of rounds 8 (eight), minimum number of rounds 4 (four) for the event to be considered played .