Cando Canoe Club 星 海 獨 木 舟 會
 
首頁首頁  歡迎頁歡迎頁  日曆日曆  登入登入  會員註冊會員註冊  搜尋搜尋  常見問題常見問題  

分享 | 
 

 2013-14 Rules changes

上一篇主題 下一篇主題 向下 
發表人內容
kevin
No. 3
No. 3
avatar


發表主題: 2013-14 Rules changes   2013-02-15, 4:48 pm


CANOE POLO COMPETITION RULES
EXISTING/NEW WORDING AS APPROVED BY ICF CONGRESS AND ICF BOARD OF DIRECTORS
ART.

EXISTING WORDING

NEW WORDING
3.7
The first year a master competitor can compete is the year that his/her thirty-fifth (35th) birthday falls in. There will be age categories which are in 5 year groups; ie. 35-39, 40-44, 45-49 etc. The last year he/she can compete in a particular age group is the year in which his/her birthday falls in. (ie. First age group the 35th till 39th birthday).
The first year a master competitor can compete is the year of his/her thirtyith (30th) birthday. The age groups will be 30+ and45+ for Men and Women
7.10
The competition committee must receive changes to the final application for entry at least one hour prior to the commencement of the competition.
No changes may be made to team details after completion of the accreditation process, or the team leaders meeting if there is no formal accreditation process.
13.4
Three (3) points are awarded for a win, one (1) point for a draw, and zero (0) points for a loss or if a team misses a game.
Three (3) points are awarded for a win, one

(1) point for a draw, and zero (0) points for a loss. Where a team is unable to play a game or forfeits a game they will be awarded no points and the score will be recorded as a 7-0 loss for the forfeiting team.
32.1.32.3
NEW
Through sponsorship, and subject to approval by the competition committee, referees may wear a colour other than black provided all referees in that competition are provided with the new uniform.
47.3
The players of a team shall each be numbered from 1 to 99. This number shall be displayed on the body covering and on the helmet.
The players of a team shall each be numbered from 1 to 99. This number shall be displayed on the body covering and on the helmet. Players may choose to have their family name on the rear of their body covering. This family name may be above or below their number but must be in the same position for the whole team.
48
Kayaks approved by the scrutineer may be used.

For full specifications on kayaks and padding - see appendix Scrutineering.
• Only Kayaks approved by the scrutineer may be used.

• Unregistered or illegal copies of designs registered under the ICF manufacturers scheme may not be used in ICF events and will automatically fail scrutineering. Where the is a dispute over the legality of a design an independent panel of at least 3 people will assess the design in question and determine if it is a copy or not. If it is found to be an unregistered copy it will fail scrutineering and therefore will not be able to be used in the competition. The original designer and the ICF will be immediately notified.

• For full specifications on kayaks and padding - see appendix Scrutineering.
57
Goal line throw: Either a goal line or corner throw will be awarded when any part of the ball touches the vertical plane of the front of the goal frame between the corner markers, except where a ball rebounds off the goal frame (not the goal supports) into the playing area, or where the ball is prevented from completely entering the goal by a defenders paddle and rebounds back into the field of play, or where a goal is scored.
Goal line throw: The goal line is always measured by the vertical plane of the goal frame in all situations even if the goal frame or the physical goal line are moved out of position as a consequence of normal play. A goal line or corner throw will be awarded when any part of the ball touches the vertical plane of the front of the goal frame except where a ball rebounds off the goal frame (not the goal supports) into the playing area, or where the ball is prevented from completely entering the goal by a defenders paddle and rebounds back into the field of play, or where a goal is scored.
66.2
Any kayak-tackle that results in significant contact with the opponent's spray deck or where the tackler continues to tackle into or over the spray deck. After a kayak tackle, when the ball is no longer in possession of either player, they may move off each others kayaks by using their hands in a controlled action.
Any deliberate kayak-tackle that results in significant or continuous contact with the opponent's spray deck or where the tackler continues to tackle into or over the spray deck. After a kayak tackle, when the ball is no longer in possession of either player, they may move off each others kayaks by using their hands in a controlled action.
67.4
When the whole kayak of the jostled player is behind the goal line.
When the body of the jostled player is behind the goal line.
82.4
Each team attending the World

Championships will pay an administration fee (set by the ICF CAPC) to share the travel costs of 24 ICF qualified referee's to officiate at the championships. These referee's will be selected by the ICF Canoe Polo Committee from the total list of ICF referee's based on their current ranking, continental and country representation, and recent refereeing history. The organizing committee will be responsible for the accommodation and meal expenses of the 24 referee's. [TR]
Each team attending the World Championships will pay an administration fee (set by the ICF CAPC) to share the travel costs of 24 ICF qualified referee's and all other officials to officiate at the championships. These referee's will be selected by the ICF Canoe Polo Committee from the total list of ICF referee's based on their current ranking, continental and country representation, and recent refereeing history. The organising committee will be responsible for the full board accommodation and local transportation for all officials during the championships period.

A maximum of 8 ICF qualified referee's may be invited by the ICF Canoe Polo committee to reduce the workload of referees. These additional referees will attend at their own cost. [TR]
100
New signal for Unsporting behaviour
One index finger on one hand waved from side to side repeatedly
103
Canoe Polo kayaks with integrated bumpers cannot be longer than 3000mm. Kayaks without integrated bumpers may be a maximum of 3100mm once any padding is attached.
Canoe Polo kayaks with both front and rear integrated bumpers fitted cannot be longer than 3000mm. Kayaks without integrated bumpers may be a maximum of 3100mm once any padding is attached. Kayaks with one integrated bumper and one nonintegrated bumper cannot be longer than 3000mm prior to the non- integrated bumper being attached.
CHPT

4-Intro
CHAPTER IV - SPECIAL RULES FOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Rules in this section, specifically for World Championships are in addition to, or to override, those in earlier sections.
CHAPTER IV - SPECIAL RULES FOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Rules in this section, specifically for World Championships are in addition to, or to override, those in earlier sections.

It is recommended that the majority of the rules in this section are used for Continental Championships, with any reference to the ICF substituted by the relevent Continental association
App. 4 - 1
A team must attempt a shot at goal within 60 seconds of gaining possession or control of the ball. Failure to do so will result in possession being awarded to the other team. Signals 11 and 15 applies.
A team must attempt a shot at goal within 60 seconds of gaining possession or control of the ball. Failure to do so will result in possession of the ball and a free shot being awarded to the other team. The free shot is to be taken where the ball is at the time of the shot clock expiring. If the ball is out of play at the time the shot clock expires – the free shot will be taken from the closest point to where the ball went out of play. Signals 11 and 15 applies
App. 4 - 2
The shot clock will be operated by the time keeper. The shot clock will be directly linked to the main game clock and will stop whenever the main game clock stops either after a goal or when either referee calls time out.
The shot clock will be operated by the time keeper. The shot clock will be directly linked to the main game clock and will stop whenever the main game clock stops either after a goal or when either referee calls time out, or when the ball is out of play. The shot clock will restart when the referee restarts play with a whistle or when the player taking the throw holds the ball up to take the throw.
App. 4 - 4
The shot clock will have an audible signal device of a distinctive tone that can be clearly heard by all players and officials involved in a game. The tone of the shot clock signal must be different to the main time-keepers signal. The shot clock signal will sound once with 20 seconds remaining and with a triple tone at the completion of 60 seconds indicating that the shot clock time has expired. The referees will confirm the change of possession with a single blast of the whistle and the appropriate signal.
The shot clock will have an audible signal device of a distinctive tone that can be clearly heard by all players and officials involved in a game. The tone of the shot clock signal must be different to the main time-keepers signal. The shot clock signal will sound at the completion of 60 seconds indicating that the shot clock time has expired. The referees will confirm the change of possession with a single blast of the whistle and award a free shot to the opposition.
App. 4 - 5
For a goal to be scored, the shot at goal must have been taken prior to the start of the shot clock expiry signal.
For a goal to be scored, the shot at goal must have been taken prior to the start of the shot clock expiry signal. If the ball is in flight at the time of the signal it will be allowed to travel to completion. The ball must have left the players hand prior to the signal sounding.
App. 4 - 10
The shot clock will be reset if a team receives a free shot as a result of a foul by the opposing team.
The shot clock will be reset if a team receives a free shot or if the referees plays advantage as a result of a foul by the opposing team.
回頂端 向下
http://candopolo.vampire-legend.com
kevin
No. 3
No. 3
avatar


發表主題: 回復: 2013-14 Rules changes   2013-02-15, 5:54 pm

球例改變唔多,主要:


對球員嚟講:

1. 國際賽必須使用正版水球艇(膠艇除外,根據ICF回覆我嘅答案係:膠艇主要不用於高級程度賽事),否則不能使用該艇隻出賽。

2. 龍門球/角球:更清晰界定 - 當球觸及邊線/底線時的位置

3. 非法用艇碰撞:由原來任何方式的艇碰而造成明顯犯規 ==> 任何故意艇碰

4. 非法推碰:由原來"整隻艇"在底線前(場內) ==> 身體在底線前(場內)

5. 防撞衣背部可加姓氏在數字上或下,但必須整隊一致

6. 內置式BUMPER艇款,最長為3000MM / 外置式為3100MM



對裁判:
1. 當得到ICF同意,裁判可穿著由贊助商提供的黑色以外裁判服裝

2. 新增18號 - "有違體育精神" / "不君子行動" 手號



對賽事:

1. 缺席 / 不能出賽隊伍會直接判罰輸7球 (原來5球)

2. 60秒犯規,會被判罰直接自由球,由最後持球位置開球。手號11 & 15。

3. 60秒會取消提示訊號,即當聽到響聲時,60秒時間完結。

4. 當比賽時間尚未完結,射出的球已離手,即使60秒完結,入球仍有效。
回頂端 向下
http://candopolo.vampire-legend.com
 
2013-14 Rules changes
上一篇主題 下一篇主題 回頂端 
1頁(共1頁)
 相似主題
-
» 各位龍桃龜大大好!!
» @ 20121124-何安高育盃桌球邀請賽精選Videos( 01-63)
» @20110711-新上傳影片:20101104-全國桌球錦標賽+何安桌球館交流選輯

這個論壇的權限:無法 在這個版面回復文章
 :: 網 站 管 理 處 Website Management Area :: 獨 木 舟 水 球 球 例 Canoe Polo Rules :: ICF CANOE POLO RULES 2013-14-
前往: