PART 3 TRACK RACES
(N) An organiser shall establish a programme each time he holds a race.
(N) The programme shall include at least the following details of the organisation:•mention of the fact that the race will be run under UCI Regulations•possibly giving the specific regulations of the race•the race programme and schedule•a description of the track (length, coating, indoor or outdoor.)•location of the Race Headquarters, the drug-test room and the Press room•the place and time of the enrolment check and the distribution of riders’ numbers•the place and time of the meeting of Team Managers•the programme for the official ceremonies•prizes•the composition of the Commissaires Panel•the name, address and telephone number of the director of the organisation•specification that only the UCI Scale of Penalties shall apply•the drug-test regulations that are to apply
(N) The organiser shall, for the full duration of the race provide a permanent equipped secretariat inthe cycling stadium. A representative of the organiser shall be on hand there at all times.
(N) The Race Headquarters shall be maintained until the results have been transmitted to the UCIor, if the commissaires have not yet finished their work, until such time as they have finished.
(N) The Race Headquarters shall be equipped with a telephone, a fax machine and a photocopier.
As soon as results of the
are known, the organizer shall transmit them
by fax to the UCI and its national federation
within one working day,
together withthe list of riders having taken the start.
(text modified on 13.06.08).
(N) The National Federation of the organiser shall without delay communicate to the UCI anychanges made to the results communicated by the organiser.