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Čeština (Česká republika)English (United Kingdom)Deutsch (DE-CH-AT)
Grand Indiana Award rules

• Contest rules of the championship are given and changeless, though from year to year may be extended to new discipline. The organizers reserve the right to change the rules, which will be announced 3 months before the beginning of the championship.


• The interpretation of the rules made by the referee only is valid. Before the competition starts the competitors must be familiar with the rules of each contestant and the judge must answer all possible questions.
• The competitors must respect the rules of judges and are obliged to behave in such a way so as not to endanger themselves or others.
• During the championship any alcohol and drug use is forbidden.
• The competitors are obliged to be ready 10 minutes before their show begins. If the competitors do not show up in 2 minutes after their name was announced, they can be disqualified. The competitor list is given by the start list or in agreement with the judge.
• If the competitors have their own music recorded on a CD or a cassette, this has to be marked with their name and handed over along with written instructions to the sound engineer in time before the beginning of their show.
• The competitors have sufficient time, approx. 5 minutes, to prepare aids for their show. They can take advantage of help from one or more assistants. A group show of several main participants is forbidden.
• Those competitors entered in more than one discipline are allowed to compete out of the competitor´s list in agreement with the judges of each particular contest.
• Any time limit is started and ended by the signal of the referee.
• In case of an identical score of two competitors, the referee decides the way of the shoot-off.
• In case of a disputable hitting the target, the referee stops the time limit for a necessary period of time to find out the truth. Such a period of time is not counted towards the time limit. The judge has an option to specify repeating steps controversially rated discipline.
• The competition assessment techniques always sit three professionally trained judges.
• Competition show is rated a five-member jury of experts from the ranks of professionals.
• Any protest is to be submitted in an oral form immediately after the end of discipline or production of the competitor. In case of a positive examination result of the protest, the competitor has the right to repeat his show (the examination is made by the main referee in cooperation with the referees of particular disciplines).

 
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