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2004 Inline Downhill World Championships
Staging, Program, and Schedule

The staging, program, and official schedule for the 2004 Inline Downhill World Championships in Borgholzhausen, Germany July 9-11, 2004.

STAGING, PROGRAM, AND OFFICIAL SCHEDULE

Schedule of Events

The time and day of each event will be announced at a later date by the event organizers.

Eligibility

Eligible are all skaters man/ woman who have sent a complete filled out registration form in writing to the organizer in time for the deadline fixed by the FIRS in accordance with the organizer.

The license for the World Championship will be officially, if the entrance form is delivered to the organizer. The national federation or FIRS will accept the entrance to the race and forward the license to the National Federation.

minimum age: 15 years old. The participant has to be 15 years old at the 1st of January 2004.

The Race Office is granted the right to exclude a competitor from the Championships if the competitor seems not to be in the appropriate physical shape to cope with the race-track. The FIRS doping regulations are applied besides.

Practice and Track Inspection

The organizer makes a track inspection possible for all competitors. Competitors are obliged to take part in the official track inspection.

Numbers are drawn for the starting order.

All competitors are obliged to wear visibly the starting numbers put at their disposal by the organizer. It is not allowed to cover the number or possible sponsor imprints. Starting numbers must not be exchanged and/or passed on between competitors.

Starting intervals are fixed by the Race Office. At an average running time of 2:15:00 the starting interval should keep to a limit between 1:00:00 and 1:30:00.

The organizer shall provide 2 practice runs as a minimum for all competitors. Each participant has to appear at least at one practice run The official opening of the race-track takes place after the track inspection. Skating on the race-track before the official opening will lead to the exclusion of the competitor.

Races for World Championship

The World Championships will be decided in 1 Final run In qualifying run all competitors participate in the starting order of their numbers drawn. In final run all competitors will start in the REVERSE order of the time scores of the qualifying run. (The skater placed last in the qualifying run starts first in the final run. The starting order is announced to the competitors at the start spot.)

The best running time from the final run scores.

Addition: the final run is limited to a number of 60 competitors. 40 men/ 20 women

Scoring in Separate Categories (Men - Women)

The competitor with the fastest time score out of the final run is the Inline Downhill World Champion and winner of the gold medal. He bears the title "Official Inline Downhill World Champion of FIRS 2004"

The competitor with the second-fastest time score out of the final run is the Vice-Inline Downhill World Champion of FIRS 2004 and winner of the silver medal. The competitor with the third-fastest time score out of the final run is the Third and winner of the bronze medal.



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