RCP GR 1.8 New Para Rules Special Dispensations 19-036

RC#: 19-036
Status: Posted 11 Jun18, Recommended by ESC 19July18

Name: Marcie Quist
ADS #: 7910
Subject: GR New Para Rules Special Dispensations
Rule #: GR 1.8
Current Wording:
New Wording: 1.8.7 Special Dispensations РAt all ADS competitions, when Athletes are tied to the
carriage (as allowed by dispensation,) the Athlete must have an able-bodied
person (Groom) on the carriage at all times who is capable of releasing the Athlete
in case of emergency. An additional Groom maybe available at ringside and on
any course to assist this Athlete. These Grooms may act in case of emergency and
this will not be sanctioned as outside assistance.Unless allowed by dispensation, additional able-bodied whips or Grooms are
forbidden to assist in rein handling except in an emergency when help must be
given in the interest of safety. Assistance by handling the reins at any other time
will incur penalty points according to the ADS rules.The event Organizer, the Ground Jury or Technical Delegate have the right to
disapprove of unnecessary additional able-bodied persons or Grooms; or to the
position of the persons on the vehicle unless specifically granted in the
dispensation.
Reason for Change: Create universal ADS rules for PARA driving
Type of change: New

 

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5 Response(s)

  1. Kmorgan1 says :

    June 17, 2018

    The last sentence is a bit confusing. We might want to clarify whether the Organizer, a member of the Jury, or the TD can independently disapprove, or whether they must act together. It might read better as “The event Organizer, a member of the Ground Jury, or the Technical Delegate has the right…..”

  2. Zantke says :

    July 18, 2018

    I agree with the previous comment. Delete the entire last sentence – as what does the organizer have to do with any of that, like disapproving the position on the vehicle? That’s not any function of the organizer.

    1. Jeff Morse says :

      August 16, 2018

      I agree with Hardy’s comment about the last sentence.

  3. Michael Ridge says :

    August 26, 2018

    It appears that the current wording and new wording overlap on my browser. I can’t determine whether what is written is being proposed or is the current wording.

  4. Michael Ridge says :

    August 26, 2018

    Never mind; I see that this is a ne proposal and what I see is what would be applied if approved.

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