T14 through T24

T 14. COACHES
For individual or team competition there may be only one (1) coach close to the square. During the tournament, coaches must wear a training suit, gymnastic shoes and carry a towel. They will be seated at least one (1) meter away from the square. They must not interfere in the competition by action or words. They are the only ones allowed to present an official protest.
Failure to abide by the above mentioned rules may render the coach liable to be disqualified from his advisory position.

T 15. AWARDS (Male and Female)
JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS – INDIVIDUAL
Male Pattern                                3 GOLD 3 SILVER 6 BRONZE
Female Pattern                            3 GOLD 3 SILVER 6 BRONZE
Male Sparring                              5 GOLD 5 SILVER 10 BRONZE
Female Sparring                          5 GOLD 5 SILVER 10 BRONZE
Male Power                                 1 GOLD 1 SILVER 2 BRONZE
Female Power                             1 GOLD 1 SILVER 2 BRONZE
Male Special Technique              1 GOLD 1 SILVER 2 BRONZE
Female Special Technique          1 GOLD 1 SILVER 2 BRONZE
Male Overall Champion               1 GOLD
Female Overall Champion           1 GOLD
SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS – INDIVIDUAL
Male Pattern                                4 GOLD 4 SILVER 8 BRONZE
Female Pattern                            4 GOLD 4 SILVER 8 BRONZE
Male Sparring                              5 GOLD 5 SILVER 10 BRONZE
Female Sparring                          5 GOLD 5 SILVER 10 BRONZE
Male Power                                  1 GOLD 1 SILVER 2 BRONZE
Female Power                              1 GOLD 1 SILVER 2 BRONZE
Male Special Technique               1 GOLD 1 SILVER 2 BRONZE
Female Special Technique           1 GOLD 1 SILVER 2 BRONZE
Male Overall Champion                1 GOLD
Female Overall Champion            1 GOLD

Only points gained in individual events will count for Overall Winner of the Individual Events. However, in the event of two or more competitors having the same number of Gold medals then the Silver and the Bronze medals will count in determining the Overall Winner. In the event that this also results in a tie then there will be no Overall Individual Winner.
N.B.: Medals, which count towards the OVERALL CHAMPION, cannot be won without at least 4 competitors for the event.

JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS – TEAM
Male Pattern                               6 GOLD 6 SILVER 12 BRONZE
Female Pattern                           6 GOLD 6 SILVER 12 BRONZE
Male Sparring                             6 GOLD 6 SILVER 12 BRONZE
Female Sparring                         6 GOLD 6 SILVER 12 BRONZE
Male Power                                 6 GOLD 6 SILVER 12 BRONZE
Female Power                             4 GOLD 4 SILVER 8 BRONZE
Male Special Technique              6 GOLD 6 SILVER 12 BRONZE
Female Special Technique          4 GOLD 4 SILVER 8 BRONZE
Male Overall Champion              1 TROPHY
Female Overall Champion          1 TROPHY
Pre Arranged Free Sparring       2 GOLD – 2 SILVER – 4 BRONZE
SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS – TEAM
Male Pattern                               6 GOLD 6 SILVER 12 BRONZE
Female Pattern                           6 GOLD 6 SILVER 12 BRONZE
Male Sparring                             6 GOLD 6 SILVER 12 BRONZE
Female Sparring                         6 GOLD 6 SILVER 12 BRONZE
Male Power                                 6 GOLD 4 SILVER 8 BRONZE
Male Special Technique              6 GOLD 6 SILVER 12 BRONZE
Female Special Technique          4 GOLD 4 SILVER 8 BRONZE
Male Overall Champion               1 TROPHY
Female Overall Champion           1 TROPHY
Pre Arranged Free Sparring        2 GOLD 2 SILVER 4 BRONZE
Only Gold medals will count towards the Overall Team Winner. Only points gained in Team events will count for Overall Team Winner. However, in the event of two or more teams having the same number of Gold medals then the Silver and the Bronze medals will count in determining the Overall Team Winner. In the event that this also results in a tie then there will be no Overall Team Winner.
N.B.: Medals, which count toward the OVERALL TEAM CHAMPION, cannot be won without at least 4 teams for the event.

NATION CLASSIFICATION
In order to have the Nations Classification all points from Individual and Team events (Male and Female) will count except for Individual and Team Overall Winner. In the case of the Team it will be counted as a single Gold and not multiplied by 6, for example the winning Team for Pattern will have only one Gold added to the overall total and not 6 gold.
The first classified Nation will be awarded with one trophy.


T 16. OFFICIAL TERMINOLOGY
a. CHA RYOT ATTENTION
b. KYONG YE BOW
c. JUN BI READY
d. SHIJAK BEGIN
e. HAECHYO SEPARATE
f. GAESOK CONTINUE
g. GOMAN END
h. JU UI WARNING
i. GAM JUM DEDUCTING POINTS
j. SIL KYUK DISQUALIFICATION
k. HONG RED
l. CHONG BLUE
m. JUNG JI TIME STOP
n. DONG CHON DRAW
o. IL HUE JONG FIRST ROUND
p. I HUE JONG SECOND ROUND
T 17. DIVISION OF COMPETITION
Competition is divided into INDIVIDUAL and TEAM match. Pattern and Sparring events will be decided by the pyramid tournament system. Power, Special Techniques and Pre-arranged free sparring events will be decided by the highest point obtained.

INDIVIDUAL
JUNIOR – Individual match is divided into:
Pattern                             Male/Female – I, II and III Degree divisions
Sparring                           Male/Female
Micro, Light, Middle, Heavy, Hyper weight divisions
Power                               Male/Female
Special Technique            Male/Female
SENIOR – Individual match is divided into:
Pattern                             Male/Female – I, II, III, IV to VI Degree divisions
Sparring                           Male/Female
Micro, Light, Middle, Heavy, Hyper weight divisions
Power                               Male/Female
Special Technique            Male/Female
N.B.: Individual competitors may enter all items.
TEAM
Junior and Senior Team match is divided into:
Pattern                             Male/Female
Sparring                           Male/Female
Power                               Male/Female
Special Technique            Male/Female
Each team may perform in Pattern, Sparring, Power and Special Techniques. In Sparring competitors may be of any weight.

T 18. COMPETITORS NUMBERS – INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM
INDIVIDUAL JUNIOR
The number of individual junior competitors who may enter each item is restricted to three (3) persons from each country. These competitors may be individuals or team members.
INDIVIDUAL SENIOR
The number of individual senior competitors who may enter each item is restricted to one (1) person from each country. These competitors may be individuals or team members.
TEAM (Male and Female)
Teams may consist of a maximum of ten (10) competitors. (NOT NECESSARILY CHOSEN OUT OF THE INDIVIDUAL COMPETITORS)

Male
Out of the ten (10) competitors a minimum of 5 competitors + 1 reserve (optional) may compete in Pattern, Sparring, Special Technique and Power events. Changes of the team competitors are not allowed once they have been indicated for the various team events.
Female
Out of the ten (10) competitors a minimum of 5 competitors + 1 reserve (optional) may compete in Pattern and Sparring events. A minimum of 3 competitors + 1 reserve (optional) may compete in Special Technique and Power events. Changes of the team competitors are not allowed once they have been indicated for the various team events.
T 19. ORDER OF MATCH
Pattern, Sparring, Special Technique, Power and Pre Arranged Free Sparring. This should be followed where possible but is subject to the requirements of the time and schedule of the tournament overall.

T 20. WEIGHT CHECK
Checking the weight of competitors will not be earlier than 24 hours and not later than one hour before the sparring competition.
T 21. DRAW FOR ORDER OF COMPETING
Computer draws competitors and teams. First and second place winners from the previous I.T.F. World Championship will be placed at the top and bottom of the pyramid system. Medals, which count towards the overall trophies, cannot be won without at least 4 competitors or teams for the event. None of the competitors or teams can win 2 rounds one after another without competing unless it is due to the withdrawal of their opponent due to previous injury. Bye will be decided at the draw. When the drawing of the competitors or teams is completed, then registration will be closed.
T 22. ANNOUNCEMENTS
It will be announced in which square an event will take place and it is the responsibility of the competitors/teams to be close to the square so that they may compete without delay when called upon to do so. They will be called to the red or blue side of the square complete with any equipment (such as safety equipment) which they require.
Should they not come forward immediately then their name and/or country will be called for a second time. Should the individual/team still not come forward to the square within one (1) minute from the second call then they will be disqualified.
T 23. EQUIPMENT CHECK
Competitors’ dobok and/or equipment check will take place outside of the square to ensure that they are of an officially approved type and that they are not defective.
Competitors MUST present themselves at the ring when called, AND BE IN POSSESSION OF, AND WEARING, the appropriate colour of safety equipment, in accordance with their position on the draw sheet.
Should any item(s) not be satisfactory then they must be changed. The competitor/team has a maximum of three (3) minutes to change what is requested, following which he/she/they will be disqualified and the match points awarded to the opponent where appropriate.
T 24. COURTESY
Competitors must at all times bow to the Jury and also to each other at the beginning and end of each performance/match.