Nie siedzę w wave od paru lat, więc może doszło do radykalnych zmian ale szybko zaglądając na rulebook GKA wynika, że nadal są dwie dyscypliny czyli WAVE i FREESYLE STRAPLESS.
Tytuł mistrza świata dają CHYBA temu kto ma najlepszy łączony wynik. Zgaduję. BKWJ18 był chyba zawodami wave a nie freestyle strapless
- przynajmniej wynika to z tytułu imprezy. Brałem udział dwa lata temu i nie byłem ostatni hehe. Było kozacko. Bombastyczna ekipa i atmosfera.
Myślę, że za rok to już dopuszczą mnie na foilu Zasady GKA (organizatora pucharu świata) WAVE 2018 to:
(i) The maximum number of waves ridden attempts per competitor during a heat will be announced by the Head Judge and posted in the Official Notice Board at least thirty (30) minutes before the start of the heat.
(ii) Each Wave ridden is scored from 0.1 to 10.0 (ten), broken into one-tenth increments (e.g 6.4).
(iii) The following scale may be used to describe a wave ridden that is scored:
0–1.9 = Poor;
2.0–3.9 = Fair;
6.0–7.9 = Good;
8.0–10.0 = Excellent.
(iv) Judging Criterias are applied to score individual waves ridden. Each judge analyze the following major elements when scoring a ride:
• Degree of difficulty.
• Innovative and progressive maneuvers.
• Combination of major maneuvers.
• Variety of maneuvers.
• Speed, power and flow.natomiast FREESTYLE STRALESS 2018:
(i) The competition area shall be defined in the Sailing Instructions or in the way indicated in the Official Notice Board at least fifteen (15) minutes before the start of the heat. A diagram is recommended.
(ii) Competitors shall be scored while being in the designated competition area. Whether a competitor is in or out of the competition area, will be at the discre- tion of the senior judge on the relevant panel and the Head Judge.
(iii) Judges will not assign numerical values to each tricks. They will have a shorthand notation for taking brief notes of the jumps performed on each tack during the heat. They will also write a final score based on the following criterias:* 15 points Technical Difficulty
: The technical difficulty and height of a trick landed during the heat. As the wind conditions increase, this aspect will exponentially b e come more and more intoconsideration, but only when the height is achieved along with riskfactor and technical difficulty.* 10 points Variety:
Variety of tricks completed during the heat on both tacks. Repetition of tricks on the same tack will decrease the chances of winning the heat. Repetition of tricks on both tacks (switch tricks) will increase the chances of win- ning the heat.* 5 points Overall impression:
Considering style, quality vs quantity, innovation and “wow” factor.
(iv) Pushing the limits under control will increase the chances of winning the heat.
(v) Tricks are judged from take-off to the landing. Combinations and risk factor are taken into account when judging.
(vi) In general the judges will look for quality of tricks over quantity.
(vii) Crashes will not be counted. A trick is a crash only if the majority of the judges score it as a crash. If the minority of the judges scores a trick as a crash, those crashes scores will be
withdrawn and the judges will re- score the trick or score it as a missed trick.
(viii) If a competitor “butt checks” when landing the trick and doesn’t loose the board, the judges will still give some credit to the trick. It’s at the discretion of each judge to consider if it’s a crash or a butt check and to consider how much credit they will give to the trick.
(ix) If a judge misses a trick, he should place a “M” and he has to consult to the Head Judge before giving the final score of the heat.
(x) The Head Judge may re- run the heat according to rule 22.1.4, if all judges miss a trick and there is strong evidence that the trick was missed by all the judges and this trick had a scoring potential
that may change the final result.