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Herculane Climbing Open 2016 | editia 15

 



Competition rules

  1. "Herculane Climbing Open" is a sport climbing competition open to anyone, a club or association member or independent climber and who has the minimum required knowledge, gear and a fair amount of common sense.

  2. The competition extends over two days (16-17 September 2016) and has a single category for each category.

  3. Regardless of the competitors age the categories will be girls and boys (Open and Masters).

  4. Each climber within Open category will have to climb a number of approximatively 30 routes with heights between 8 and 35 meters.

  5. Within the Masters category there will be 3 to 6 routes (for boys as well as for girls) with difficulties starting from 7b for girls and 7c/7c+ for boys with heights between 10 and 35 meters.The number of routes for each gender will be determined according to the number of registered climbers in each category. If there are less than 10 climbers in any of the Masters category, than the routes for this category will be available also to the Open category, with competitors in the Masters category having priority. Participants registered for the Masters category can climb routes of the Open category only if they are free, without getting any points for them and not being allowed to work those routes.

  6. The routes will be approached as “red-point” attempts, which is to say that each competitor can attempt any route during the two competition days as many times as they want, if the route is free and no other competitor is at that time climbing that route.

  7. Each route will receive a number of points that will be divided at the end of the competition to the number of competitors who managed to climb that route. For the Masters category the routes will be money-awarding, each route will have an amount of money put out for sharing between the ones who manage to climb it.

  8. A route is considered to be climbed when the competitor has lead-climbed the route from the bottom to the top, during any attempt, without resting on gear and without taking falls (red-point). During the climb it is mandatory to clip all quickdraws in an ascending order. Any exception to this rule must be requested by the competitor and approved by the main referees previous to the start of the climb.

  9. The referees will supervise the unfolding of the competition and will keep track of the valid ascents.

  10. The organizers offer the routes equipped with quickdraws. All other equipment (climbing shoes, chalkbag, harness, rope) is the responsibility of each competitor. The organizers do not offer belayers; it is the responsibility of each competitor to find someone to belay him/her among the competitors or among other persons who possess the skill and technique of belaying and to make sure that the belayer has the required skills and knowledge.

  11. The organizers take the right to cancel the participation of any competitor who does not follow the competition rules and who does not show common sense and fair-play.

  12. The organizers do not take responsibility for accidents that occur from using improper or faulty equipment by the competitors or from not knowing the right usage technique for certain devices, including any cause whatsoever that is not under the control of the organizers. Hence, the organizers recommend using UIAA certified devices and equipment while also possessing a medical insurance. For climbing most of the routes a 60m rope is mandatory and some require a 70m rope. Please tie a knot at the loose end of the rope. Using a helmet is also recommended but not mandatory!

  13. The time periods in which the competition will take place, for the two competition days, as well as other changes in the present regulations will be brought to your attention before the beginning of the competition.



Regulamentul competitiei

  1. "Herculane Climbing Open" este o competiţie de escaladă dificultate, la care poate participa orice persoană înscrisa intr-un club / asociatie sportiva, sau independenta, care poseda bun simt si echipamentul necesar.

  2. Competiţia se va desfăşura in decursul a doua zile (16 – 17 septembrie 2016), cu o singura probă pentru fiecare categorie.

  3. Indiferent de vârsta participanţilor, vor exista categorii diferite de concurs, pentru fete si băieţi (Open sau Masters).

  4. La categoria Open vor fi incluse circa 30 trasee, cu înălţimi cuprinse intre 10 si 35 metri.

  5. La categoria Masters se aloca intre 3 si 6 trasee (atat pentru fete cat si pentru baieti), de dificultate mare (>7a+ pt. fete si >7c/7c+ pt. baieti), cu înălţimi cuprinse intre 10 si 35 metri. Numarul de trasee alocat fiecarei categorii depinde de numarul participantilor inscrisi. De asemenea, daca la categoria Masters (atat pentru fete cat si pentru baieti) se inscriu mai putin de 10 concurenti, traseele destinate acestei categorii vor putea fi parcurse si de catre participantii de la categoria Open, prioritate avand concurentii de la categoria Masters. Participantii inscrisi la Masters pot parcurge traseele incluse la categoria Open, doar cand acestea nu sunt ocupate de participantii de la Open, fara a le lucra si fara a primi puncte pentru ele.

  6. Parcurgerea traseelor de concurs se realizează “la lucru”. Traseele pot fi încercate de către concurenţi, în cursul celor doua zile de concurs, ori de cate ori aceştia doresc, daca sunt libere (daca in momentul începerii ascensiunii nu exista alt concurent care sa parcurga traseul respectiv).

  7. Se vor puncta traseele catarate de la bază pana in top, cap de coarda, fără odihna (în coardă sau în asigurări), in maniera „redpoint”.

  8. Punctele (prestabilite) alocate traseelor, vor fi împărţite participanţilor care reuşesc sa le parcurgă. La categoria Masters se aloca, fiecarui traseu, o suma de bani, ce va fi impartita in mod egal celor care reusesc parcurgerea respectivului traseu.

  9. Arbitrii vor supraveghea sportivii in concurs, vor nota evoluţiile reusite ale acestora si vor asigura buna desfăşurare a concursului.

  10. Organizatorii pun la dispoziţie traseele echipate şi asigurările din perete (buclele). Restul echipamentului (papuci de căţărat, săculeţ de magneziu, ham, coarda) ramane in sarcina fiecărui concurent. Organizatorii nu pun la dispozitia concurentilor persoane pentru filat (asigurat). Rămâne la latitudinea fiecăruia să se înţeleagă cu alt concurent pentru aceasta activitate sau sa aducă pe oricine poseda cunoştinţele de a face acest lucru.

  11. Organizatorii îşi rezerva dreptul de a anula înscrierea (si implicit participarea), celor care încalcă regulamentul de fata sau normele etice / morale, impuse de bunul simt.

  12. Organizatorii nu işi asumă raspunderea pentru accidentele datorate calitatii materialelor folosite de catre concurenti, a folosirii deficitare a acestor materiale, a accidentelor datorate filatorilor, respectiv pentru accidentele datorate unor cauze care nu sunt sub controlul organizatorilor. In acest sens, se recomanda folosirea exclusiva a materialelor certificate UIAA si detinerea unei asigurari medicale. Pentru parcurgerea majoritatii traseelor din concurs este necesara o coarda de 60m (exceptie – cateva trasee care necesita o coarda de 70m). In plus, se recomanda innodarea capetelor libere ale corzilor si utilizarea castilor de protectie.

  13. Intervalele orare de desfasurare a concursului si alte modificari sau aspecte organizationale vor fi comunicate înainte de concurs.

 

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