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ICF CSL Rules 2009 With Congress Changes

ICF CSL Rules 2009 With Congress Changes

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I
NTERNATIONAL
C
ANOE
F
EDERATION
 
C
ANOE
S
LALOM
 
C
OMPETITION
R
ULES
 
(
WITH TRACK CHANGES
)
2009
Taking effect from January 1
st
, 2009
ICF Canoe Slalom Competition Rules 20091
 
Technical Rules Changes – approved by the Board of DirectorsGeneral Rules Changes – approved by the Congress 2008Changes due to changes in statutes
CHAPTER I – GENERAL REGULATIONS
ARTICLE 2 – Point 2.4 (proposal by BoD)
CHAPTER III – RACING ORGANISATION ANDREGULATIONS OF THE COMPETITIONS
ARTICLE 11 – new Point 11.3 (proposal by BoD)ARTICLE 13 – Points 13.2.1.2ARTICLE 14 – Point 14.1ARTICLE 17 – Points 17.1, 17.1.1ARTICLE 27 – Points 27.1, 27.2ARTICLE 30 – Point 30.1.1ARTICLE 32 – Points 32.1, 32.2, 32.2.1ARTICLE 31 – Point 31.1ARTICLE 34 – Points 34.1, 34.4, delete 34.5ARTICLE 35 – Point 35.1ARTICLE 36 – Point 36.2.1 (proposal by BoD)ARTICLE 37 – Point 37.1.1 (proposal by BoD)ARTICLE 38 – Point 38.3 (proposal by BoD)ARTICLE 39 – Point 39.1 (proposal by BoD)
CHAPTER IV – SPECIAL RULES FOR WORLDCHAMPIONSHIPS SENIORS
ARTICLE 41.2ARTICLE 41.3 – Points 41.3.2, 41.3.3, 41.3.4, 41.3.6, new41.3.7ARTICLE 41.10 – Point 41.10.1 (proposal by BoD)
CHAPTER VI - SPECIAL RULES FOR OLYMPIC GAMES
ARTICLE 43.5
CHAPTER VII - SPECIAL RULES FOR WORLD CUPCOMPETITION
ARTICLE 44.1 – Point 44.1.3ARTICLE 44.2 – Point 44.2.7 (typing mistake)ARTICLE 44.3 – Point 44.3.1ARTICLE 44.4 – Point 44.4.1
ICF Canoe Slalom Competition Rules 20092
 
 INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this document is to provide the rulesthat govern the way of running Canoe Slalom ICFcompetitions.
 
LANGUAGE
The English written language is the only acceptablelanguage for all official communications relating tothese Competition Rules and the conduct of all CanoeSlalom ICF competitions.For the sake of consistency, British spelling,punctuation and grammatical conventions have beenused throughout.Any word which may imply the masculine gender alsoincludes the feminine.
COPYRIGHT
These rules may be photocopied. Great care hasbeen taken in typing and checking the rules andthe original text is available on the ICF websitewww.canoeicf.com. Please do not re-set in typewithout consultation.
ICF Canoe Slalom Competition Rules 20093

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