Section II (T25 through T30)

T 25. GROUPS
Male and Female
T 26. ELIMINATIONS – INDIVIDUAL
The pyramid system of elimination will be used.
Competitors will compete 1 to 1 and will perform simultaneously one (1) optional Pattern and one (1) designated Pattern (appropriate to their degree, see Article 27). The boxes containing the names of the optional patterns will be taken out of the basket by the Jury President before choosing the designated pattern. The Judges will choose the best competitor to go forward to the next round.
T 27. PERFORMANCE AND DECISIONS – INDIVIDUAL
1st degree will compete with 1st degree with the optional and designated Pattern being any one from CHON-JI to GE-BAEK. 2nd degree will compete with 2nd degree with the optional and designated Pattern being any one from CHON-JI to JUCHE. 3rd degree will compete with 3rd degree with the optional and designated Pattern being any one from CHON-JI to CHOI-YONG. 4th, 5th and 6th degree will compete with 4th, 5th and 6th degree with the optional and designated Pattern being any one from CHON-JI to MOON-MOO.
In individual matches the following decisions will apply: When three (3) or more judges give a decision in favour of one competitor then that competitor is the winner. When three (3) judges give a draw and two (2) judges give a decision in favour of one competitor then that competitor is the winner. When two (2) judges give a decision in favour of one competitor and one (1) judge gives for the other and two (2) judges give a draw, then the competitor with two (2) judges in favour is the winner. When two (2) judges give a decision in favour of one competitor and the other two (2 judges give a decision in favour for the other, and one (1) judge gives a draw, then another designated Pattern must be performed, until the winner is decided. When one (1) judge give a decision in favour of one competitor and four (4) judges give a draw, then another designated Pattern must be performed, until the winner is decided.


T 28. ELIMINATION – JUNIOR AND SENIOR – TEAM
The pyramid system of elimination will be used.
Designated pattern draw will take place whilst both teams are on the floor.
From the second round of the draw a coin will be tossed to decide which team goes first. The winning coach of the toss decides which team performs as first. The first team will perform 2 patterns and the second team will do likewise. The judges will choose the better one to go forward to the next round.
T 29. PERFORMANCE AND DECISIONS – TEAM
Each Team (five (5) competitors) must perform together one (1) optional and one (1) designated Pattern. The designated Pattern and optional Pattern being any from CHON-JI to GE-BAEK.
They may line up in any format they choose and team members may perform movements individually, or together, as they choose, but it must be seen to be teamwork. For example: one team member may not perform moves of the Pattern on his own without the other team members following in unison.
In team matches the following decisions will apply When three (3) or more judges give a decision in favour of one team then that team is the winner. When three (3) judges give a draw and two (2) judges give a decision in favour of one team then that team is the winner. When two (2) judges give a decision in favour of one team and one (1) judge gives for the other and two (2) judges give a draw, then the team with two (2) judges in favour is the winner. When two (2) judges give a decision in favour of one (1) team and the other two (2) judges give a decision in favour for the other, and one (1) judge gives a draw, then another designated Pattern must be performed, until the winner is decided. When one (1) judge gives a decision in favour of one competitor and four (4) judges give a draw, then another designated Pattern must be performed, until the winner is decided.
T 30. OFFICIALS FOR PATTERN DIVISION
One (1) Jury President, two (2) Jury Members and five (5) Referees.