|IMPORTANT RIDER INFO: WWA WAKE PARK WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS PRESENTED BY NAUTIQUE BOATS|
IMPORTANT RIDER CHECK-IN INFO!!
|It will be MANDATORY for riders to purchase their WWA Annual Membership BEFORE arriving to check in with us on site. A WWA Annual Membership can be purchased HERE.|
PLEASE NOTE: All competitors under 18 will be required to fill out the FL Minor Waiver that you can DOWNLOAD HERE. Please print and bring completed FL Minor Waiver with you to rider Check-In.
Check-in will be at OWC on Thursday, August 9th from 1-3 PM ET. This is not required. Riders will also have the option to check in on the day they ride.
Riders MUST check in at least one hour before their division’s posted time with membership completed
|SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE|
|DON’T FORGET, THE SECOND LATE FEE GOES INTO EFFECT MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH AT 5PM ET|
EVENT SOCIAL DISTANCING PROTOCOL
Due to a recent rise in cases, The WWA is implementing additional measures & social distancing guidelines effective at all WWA produced events in an effort to minimize the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. Events are only possible if we all maintain the federal, CDC, state and local guidelines. We appreciate everyone doing their part so our events are able to operate and do not get shut down.
|In accordance with the event social distancing protocol, spectators will only be able to view the event from the area outlined on the map below. OWC will be roping off areas on the deck and dock. There will be no spectating from the start dock. Only the current heat and heat that is to follow will be allowed in the dock area. |
OWC Advanced Cable Practice Wednesday September 8th
10am-1pm Riders age groups 19-40+
1-4pm Riders age group under 9-18
4pm-8pm Open to public
Thursday September 9th
10am-2pm Riders Age Group 19-40+
2pm-6pm Riders Age Group under 9-18
6-8pm All competitors with strict lap limit
OWC IS ALSO OFFERING A $199 WEEK PASS – INQUIRE IN THE OFFICE.
PLAN YOUR RUN:
Traditional Format Info:
Subject to ChangeIF NOT COMFORTABLE WITH FEATURE, DO NOT HIT
FLATS – 30%
KICKERS – 27%
RAILS – 25%
COMP – 18%
The run starts when the rider leaves the dock and goes until the rider passes the Pool/Rooftop Transfer rail section a second time or on the rider’s second fall (one pick up).
The 3/4 marker is the kickers on the second lap. After a rider has passed the kickers a second time, they will not receive another pick up, regardless of falls used.
If you drag, tumble up (your hips behind you) your run is over and you risk being disqualified from the entire event.
Hot dog handles are caused by the rider, if you fall your run is over, if you do not fall, you have one lap to reset handle and pickup your run after the hot dog handle occurred.
Scores are predetermined by placement! Meaning the points rewarded for each placement are standardized, regardless of gap between runs.
If you have an equipment malfunction, please raise hand immediately and return to the starting dock.
Features Only Format Info:
Subject to Change
IF NOT COMFORTABLE WITH FEATURE, DO NOT HIT
7 Minute Jam Session
Subject to Change
KICKERS – 20%
POOL – 24%
ROOFTOP TRANSFER – 21%
NICO & INCLINE – 19%
S-RAIL & NESSIE – 16%
Times, features and percentages may change after the first rounds, please prepare accordingly.
Judges score riders and rank from first to last, no ties in area so if riders do the same trick, judges must delineate by amplitude, grabs, style and so forth.
If you drag, tumble up (your hips are behind you) your run is over and you risk being disqualified from the entire event.
Tricks after the clock are not allowed, riders must be on the features to count trick.
NO outside assistance getting back to the dock, however if a rider removes their board from the lake, they are allowed to change boards in the middle of heat.
|Unsportsmanlike Conduct – Any Athlete or official whose conduct is deemed unsportsmanlike, or who may cause discredit to the WWA, sponsors, or that person’s home country federation, either on or off the contest site during the period of time of the contest may be fined and/or disqualified, as determined by the WWA Chief Judge. Unsportsmanlike conduct includes, but is not limited to: use of vulgar language in public, public tantrums, not riding to the fullest potential, failure to attend designated functions or events, consuming alcoholic beverages during competition, competing under false pretenses, such as not having a WWA membership, concealing significant injuries or health problems. A rider disqualified in this manner would forfeit prize money for that contest and all points. This paragraph shall not be construed to deny or limit any individual’s legal rights. All fines shall be paid to the World Wake Association. Failure to do so will result in exclusion from any future contests until fine is paid.|
There will be ZERO tolerance of unsportsmanlike conduct towards any of the event staff.
|Reviewing Scores:(All Divisions) |
1. There will be no protesting of scores. A rider may request to look over the Full Heat Results page to see the official scoring and placement of each judge.
2. If the rider has a question about the scores they may ask the Chief Judge.
3. The Chief Judge will then review the rider run sheet and score sheets to ensure there are no discrepancies between the judges. If the Chief Judge is satisfied with his/her review, he/she will let the rider know his decision. If the chief judge finds a discrepancy on the judges score sheet he/she will meet with the judge immediately. The judge will make sure that the discrepancy is addressed on his sheet and he/she will re-evaluate his scores to make sure his/her scores and placements are correct. If the judge makes a change the chief judge will have the scorekeeper record the change and post new results. There may or may not be a change in placements after a judge changes his/her score.
4. If the chief judge evaluates the judge’s sheets and is unsure of a judge’s decision, he/she will meet with the judge immediately and ask them to double check their decision. If they are certain on their decision, the issue is over. The results are final. If the judge makes a change the chief judge will have the scorekeeper record the change and post new results. There may or may not be a change in placements after a judge changes his/her score.
5. The Chief Judge will make his/her best efforts to deliver a final decision in a timely manner. The Chief Judge has the final say in all decisions. No rider is allowed to approach the individual judges. Any rider found harassing judges or using profanity during the protest will be subject to the code of conduct and applicable fines.
6. If a rider would like to educate themselves for the future they may do so after the event is over. If the rider is present at the end of the competition the chief judge will make his/her best efforts to let the rider speak with the judges.
7. If a rider has an issue while on the water competing- The rider needs to communicate this to the judges ASAP. The judges will radio the Chief Judge to discuss the issue. The Chief Judge will take the proper steps to solve the issue. The rider must state the issue either prior to resuming his/her pass, or, prior to the next athlete beginning their pass.
8. All judges will make their best efforts to be at the Chief Judge’s station immediately following the last event each day to answer questions. There may be situations when the judges are forced to leave the site before or right at the end of the event.
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