Section V (T46 through T52)

SECTION V – SPECIAL TECHNIQUE
T 46. DIVISIONS
Male and Female Groups.
It is facultative for each competitor to attempt each item listed for his/her group.

JUNIOR AND SENIOR
MALE:

Twimyo Dollyo Chagi
Twimyo Noomo Yop Cha Jirugi (For Height)
Twio Dolmyo Yop Cha Jirugi
Twimyo Dollyo Chagi and Twimyo Nopi Ap Cha Busigi
FEMALE
Twimyo Dollyo Chagi
Twimyo Nopi Ap Cha Busigi
Twimyo Noomo Yop Cha Jirugi (For Height)
T 47. PROCEDURE – INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM


INDIVIDUAL
a. A machine designed for the specific test will be used. Heights/length will be communicated in the Championships Official Invitation.
b. After a red flag signal of the referee, each competitor and/or team member has sixty (60) seconds for each item in order to pre-judge the distance – compulsory and no touch allowed – followed by the attempt to move the board. An L-Stand forearm guarding block ready posture must be adopted before and after the attempt to move the board.
c. Referees may disallow a break for failure to maintain the following:
– Correct balance and posture throughout technique.
– Correct attacking tool in the correct manner.
– Knocking over any or all of the hurdles.
d. Referees must examine each board before each attempt.
e. Each fully moved board will count as two (2) points and each half moved board will count as one (1) point.
f. The four highest scores will set 1st, 2nd, and two (2) 3rd place winners.
g. In the event of a tie the Jury President will select by drawing one (1) item to be the “Tie-breaker”. He will decide how high/long the jump will be. The tied competitors will then carry on until the places are decided.

Note: For the Twimyo Nopi Yop Cha Jirugi (Flying Side Kick – Height), the competitor must align the board in whichever height and position the competitor desires, ensuring that the position/placement of the board must be:
– parallel to the hurdle

– at a height equal to, or greater than, the height of the hurdle, as set by the Tournament and Umpire Committee.
– placed on the opposite side of the hurdle from which the competitor commences their technique.

– Adjustments must be done verbally, that is there shall be no contact with the board or board holders.

JUNIOR AND OR SENIOR – TEAM
Male
Teams (5 competitors + 1 reserve) will perform items as indicated in Article 47 and the procedures in a.-b.-c.-d.-e.-f.-g-h. (Article 44) will be carried out.
Female
Teams (3 competitors + 1 reserve) will perform items as indicated in Article 47 and the procedures in a.-b.-c.-d.-e.-f.-g-h. (Article 44) will be carried out.
T 48. OFFICIALS FOR SPECIAL TECHNIQUES
One (1) Jury President, two (2) Jury Members and five (5) Referees.

T 49. DIVISIONS
Male, Female and/or Mixed Couples
JUNIOR AND SENIOR
T 50. ELIMINATIONS
The pyramid system of elimination will be used.
The team listed on the top position within the official draw will compete first, followed by the second team.
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 their routine and the second team will do likewise. The judges will choose the better one to go forward to the next round.
T 51. PROCEDURE
Two (2) participants follow a prepared scenario that enables them to skilfully exhibit a wide variety of techniques without fear of injury.
They shall participate according the following rules and regulations:
a. Competitors may be from 1st to 6th degree
b. Competitors may be Male, Female and/or Mixed Couples
c. Duration of one (1) round: minimum 50 seconds – maximum 60 seconds
d. Pre arranged free sparring shall consist of movements as shown in the ITF Encyclopaedia, Manuals, and CD Rom and as taught in the International Instructor Courses.
e. No protection gear may be worn
f. In the event of a tie teams will compete once more until the places are decided.
T 52. OFFICIALS FOR PRE ARRANGED FREE SPARRING
One (1) Jury President, two (2) Jury Members and five (5) Referees.