Mon 17, December 2018
Mon 17, December 2018
Thu 24, May 2018
Diep bedroefd maar dankbaar voor alles wat hij voor ons heeft betekend, melden wij het overlijden van onze Ere-voorzitter Jacky Buchmann op 86-jarige leeftijd.
Jacky Buchmann stond mede dankzij zijn diplomatie en kennis gedurende 28 jaren aan het hoofd van de Koninklijke Belgische Ruitersportfederatie.
Begin dit jaar besloot Jacky de fakkel door te geven aan Stephan Detry en aanvaardde de titel van ere-voorzitter KBRSF.
In de ruiterwereld stond Jacky Buchmann eveneens bekend als de organisator van de Jumping van Kapellen. Op het internationaal toneel speelde hij een heel actieve rol binnen de Internationale Ruitersportfederatie FEI en was hij lid van het Nomination Committee.
Maar ook buiten de internationale paardenwereld was Jacky Buchmann bekend, zo was hij zeer actief in de zakenwereld en in de Belgische politiek:
In 2009 tenslotte nam hij afscheid van de politiek.
Langs deze weg maakt het bestuur van de KBRSF en haar liga’s alvast haar blijken van innige deelneming over aan echtgenote Isabelle, de kinderen en familie.
Sun 12, February 2017
CSIO5*/CSI2*/CSI1*/CSIYH1* Lummen (BEL)
26-30 April 2017
Spring Tour LUMMEN
CSI3*/CSI1*/CSIYH1* - 2-7 May 2017
CSI3*+CSI1*CSIYH1* and Belgian Championship 7Y - 9-14 May 2017
Wed 14, December 2016
Wed 27, April 2016
CSIO5* Lummen cancelled, CSI2*, CSI1* and Belgian championships 7 year olds not cancelled!
Since April 16, more than 30 mm. off rain a day has been falling in Belgium with maxima of 52,7 mm. and 58,9 mm. on Monday and Tuesday. Today Wednesday the amount of rain will even be higher. Even for Belgium these are exceptional weather conditions.
The FEI delegates decided to cancel the CSIO5*. It would be impossible to change the program of the CSIO5*, a competition for the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup series, division I.
The CSI2* and the CSI1*, two competitions that started already will continue. On Saturday the DERBY OF FLANDERS and the SIX BAR will take place as planned.
The Belgian championship for 7 years old horses starts on Thursday.
Fri 01, August 2014
Wed 08, January 2014
FEI PRESS RELEASE
Lausanne (SUI), 8 January 2014
Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping calendar for 2014 announced
The 2014 calendar for the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping series has been announced by the FEI Jumping Committee following its first teleconference meeting of the year.
The number of qualifiers for the 2014 season has been limited to 20, with eight in both Europe Division 1 and Europe Division 2. The North and Central America & Caribbean League now has three qualifiers, including a new CSIO at Coapexpan (MEX) from 7-11 May. The season opens at Al-Ain (UAE), the single qualifier in the Middle East League, with the CSIO5* running from 5-7 February.
The Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping Final will once again be held at the Real Club de Polo of Barcelona (ESP), venue for the equestrian events at the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992.
“Following the success of last year’s inaugural Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup series and the fantastic Final in Barcelona, we are looking forward to another fabulous Furusiyya season starting at Al-Ain in the United Arab Emirates next month,” FEI Jumping Committee Chair John Madden said.
“We are planning 20 qualifiers building up to the Final, which will once again be hosted in Barcelona, and we owe a huge debt of gratitude to HH Prince Faisal and the Saudi Equestrian Fund for their belief in and support of the series. Without that support, the revitalisation of the Nations Cup to create the brilliant series that we now have would simply not have been possible.
“Regretfully, at the time of the 31 December deadline for declaration of participation, we were informed by the German National Federation that Aachen was unable to meet the commercial requirements and therefore would not be part of the Furusiyya series in 2014. Despite the best efforts of all parties, with discussions continuing right up to yesterday, it was not possible to resolve this matter.”
Following the news that Aachen will not be part of the 2014 series, Lummen (BEL) has been moved into Europe Division 1 to make up the full complement of eight events in that division.
Further to the decision of the Jumping Committee, FEI Headquarters will now finalise the agreements with the National Federations and organising committees.
Details of FEI TV’s live coverage for the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping series will be announced following final confirmation of the calendar at the beginning of February.
Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ Jumping 2014 calendar (subject to final confirmation by event organisers):
Europe Division 1
Sun 29, December 2013
Award voor Sportpersoonlijkheid 2013 (postuum): een eerbetoon aan Francis Michielsens
Dit jaar verloren we een monument uit de Belgische paardensport. Francis Michielsens (72) was tijdens zijn lange carrière onder andere voorzitter van de Koninklijke Belgische Ruitersportfederatie, internationaal jumpingjurylid, lid van de FEI-jumpingcommissie en jurylid op de Olympische Spelen en talrijke FEI-kampioenschappen over de hele wereld.
Hij startte zijn carrière als nationaal jurylid in 1967 en werd internationaal jurylid in 1977. Hij zetelde vele jaren in het bestuur van de KBRSF-jumpingcommissie en was voorzitter van de jumpingcommissie van de Vlaamse Liga Paardensport. Vorig jaar gaf hij de fakkel door aan een nieuwe en jongere generatie, maar backstage was hij nog altijd een belangrijke promotor van eerlijke sport en had hij de leiding over vele nationale en internationale official opleidingen.
Hij zette zich ook vele jaren actief in voor de opleiding van nieuwe en jonge juryleden/officials en hij was een van de belangrijke promotors/stichters van het ISJC (Int. Show Jumping Officials Club).
VLP wil Francis dan ook nog eens in de bloemetjes zetten en hem de Award voor Sportpersoonlijkheid schenken als blijk van dank voor zijn inzet en bijdragen aan de paardenport! Zijn echtgenote Carine Van Gompel nam in zijn plaats de Award in ontvangst.
Mon 19, November 2012
The FEI will continue with the current system, allowing experienced National Stewards to act as Assistant Stewards, until the end of 2013.
However, as of that date, all Stewards who wish to act as an Assistant Steward will be required to have passed the FEI Level 1 exam and be on the list as an FEI Level 1 Steward.The transitional period has been extended in view of providing the necessary time and opportunity for all concerned to attend a course.
Mon 19, November 2012
Sun 18, November 2012
Dank U Pierre
voor alle hulp, medewerking en steun tijdens uw carrière als jurylid, steward en course-director.
Hippo Assistance vzw
Sat 23, October 2010
No papers anymore !
Riders can make their entries immediately on computer in the Secretaries Office, at Home, on the Iphone etc.
The system is very easy and efficient and has been developped by Lunasoft and Hippo Assistance.
Tue 23, March 2010
Fri 01, January 2010
2008 : 1 EURO = 1,64 CHF
2009 : 1 EURO = 1,53 CHF
2010 : 1 EURO = 1,51 CHF
Tue 12, May 2009
Wij vernemen zojuist het overlijden van Mr JEAN LEGAT. Hij was jaren actief als ruiter, internationaal pistebouwer, bureaulid KBRSF, chef d´equipe en de laatste jaren vooral als Voorzitter van tal van Appeal Committees tijdens de belangrijkste wedstrijden van ons land.
Hij werd 88 jaar.
Tue 12, May 2009
FEI PRESS RELEASE
International Jumping rider Jean-Claude Van Geenberghe (BEL / UKR), 46, passed away on Saturday 9 May while competing at an event in the Ukraine, where he had recently taken up residency.
Jean-Claude Van Geenberghe was widely known and respected on the international Jumping circuit, competing at the highest level.
His exceptional riding skills were first noted by his father Jacques, who not only provided him with suitable horses but, equally recognized the importance in investing in proper training by seeking the assistance of George Morris (USA), Henk Nooren (NED) and Gijs Van Heteren.
Jean Claude won the Belgian national championship three times. He was twice the winner - in 1987 and 1995 – of the Aachen (GER) Grand Prix, one of the world’s most prestigious competitions. He participated twice in the Olympic Games. He represented Belgium at the 1988 Games in Seoul, placing 16th individually. At the 2008 Olympic Games in Hong Kong he competed for the Ukraine and placed 10th individually.
In addition to his competition career, Jean-Claude Van Geenberghe was involved in the development of the “Zilveren Spoor", the equestrian centre built by his father in Moorsele (BEL), making it one of the best riding facilities in Europe at which several international events are hosted yearly. The FEI European Jumping Championship for Children and the FEI European Pony Championships are scheduled to be held in Moorsele this summer.
Says FEI Director of Jumping John Roche, “Jean-Claude’s untimely death comes as a tremendous shock to all of us and creates a huge void in the equestrian world. He was a great horsemen whose involvement, passion and dedication to the sport will be greatly missed. We all admired his talent and our thoughts are with his family during this difficult time.”
The funeral will take place on 19 May in Moorsele.
Sun 18, January 2009
from 1/1/2007 and for all other international Jumping events from 1/1/2009.
1. REQUIREMENTS FOR DISPLAY IN JUDGE’S BOX AND ON SCOREBOARDS
The following must be visible in the Judge’s box:
• The 45 second countdown (if it reaches zero, the running time starts).• The net time (net time is the difference between the competitor’s start time
and the competitor’s finish time).
• The time allowed.
• Time penalties for exceeding the time allowed.• Time correction (6 seconds for obstacle demolished following a refusal).
The 6 second penalty is to be added immediately to the time when the
clock is restarted and the rider resumes his round.
• Faults incurred on obstacles (Table A).• Faults converted into seconds and added immediately to the net time
(Table C).• The total time.
The following minimum data must be displayed on the scoreboard:
For CSI1*, CSI2*, CSIO1*, CSIO2* & CSIO 3*: numeric display min. 9
• 45 second countdown
• Net time
• Running number of horse
For CSI3*: alphanumeric display minimum 20 digits
• All of the above, plus:
• Name of horse
• Name of rider
For CSI4* and CSI5*: alphanumeric display minimum 20 digits
• All of the above, plus:
• Current ranking
• Score and time to beat
• Possibility to display the current top five placing
For CSIO4*/CSIO5*/Games/Championships: alphanumeric display min.
• All of the above, plus specific requirements for Nations Cup
• Names and scores of entire teams
• Clear indication of which score is to be dropped for 1st and 2nd rounds• When a rider enters the ring, the results of the other team members are to
be displayed. It is optional to display the result of each team.
Requirements for Timing Equipment and Scoreboard page 2
When a two round competition:
• Round 2: Display of Penalties occurred in the 1st round
• Round 2: Time 1st round if this is the time for placing• Round 2: Total time (time 1st and 2nd round) if this is the time for
• Round 2: Total penalties from both rounds.
Type of System Authorised• The connection of the timer to the photocells can be wireless. The timer is
connected to the downstream processing system by wire.• For Games and Championships and other events it is optional to have
photocells be connected by wire to a synchronised time-of-day timer.• For CSI 4* and CSIO 4* events and of a higher category a split-timing
system is obligatory.
2. GUIDELINES FOR OCS
An FEI “Timing Manual”, a specific information bulletin issued from time to time
as a supplement to the FEI rules on timing, will include set-up diagrams and all
details on timing that might not be fully described in the rules due to the intense
technical nature of the descriptions.
2.1 Technical Installations: Communications & Cabling
In all competitions, it is highly recommended that there be multiple hard-wire
connections between the start and finish photocells and the timing systems.
2.2 Timing Equipment
For all events in the FEI Calendar, electronic timers, photocells and wireless
transmission systems homologated by the FEI must be used. A list of these
approved devices will be published. Events using timing equipment other than
those on the homologated FEI list will not be considered for FEI evaluation.
Specifications and procedures for timing are more fully described in a separate
FEI Timing Booklet.
2.2.1 Electronic Timing
For Olympic Games, and World Championships, two synchronised
electronically isolated timing systems operating in time-of-day must
be used. One system will be designated system A (main system),
the other system B (back up system) prior to the beginning of the
event. The photocells for the respective systems at the start and
finish must be arrayed identically and be placed as close together as
physically possible, and in any case no more than 0,5 m apart.
All time of day times must be immediately and automatically
sequentially recorded on printed strips to at least the 1/1000th
(0.001) precision on dedicated directly attached or integrated
printers. Both systems must furnish time data to allow for the
calculation of net times by the mathematical comparison of each
competitor’s start time to finish time. The recorded times are
truncated to 1/100th second after calculation of the run time. The
Requirements for Timing Equipment and Scoreboard page 3
final result for each rider’s round is expressed to 1/100th (0.01)
All times used for the final result must be from system A. If there is
a failure of system A, a calculated net time from system B must be
used following the same procedure as set out above. It is not
permitted to substitute time-of-day times from system B for use with
system A for the purpose of net time calculations.
For all events, system A must be connected to its respective A
photocell contact. System B must be separately connected to
another electronically isolated B photocell contact.
Refer to the FEI Timing Booklet for more details regarding cabling
and complete wiring descriptions, diagrams and start and finish line
All timing equipment and technical installation should be set up or
protected in such a way that danger to the competitors is avoided
Synchronization of the timing systems must occur within 60 minutes
prior to the commencement of each event.
Synchronization of all systems must be maintained every day
throughout each event. Timers may not be resynchronized during
Timers may be resynchronized between competitions.
For all other Games and Championships the same systems approach
is highly recommended.
For Olympic Games and World Championships there must be two
photocell system(s) homologated by the FEI, installed at the start
and finish line. At each location, one is connected to system A. The
other is connected to system B. Procedures and regulations for
photocells and wireless impulse transmission systems are found in
the FEI Timing Booklet.
2.2.2 Hand Timing
Manual (hand) timing, completely separate and independent of the
electronic timing, must be used for all competitions listed in the FEI
Calendar. Stopwatches or hand operated battery powered timers
that are installed at both the start and the finish and capable of
expressing times to at least 1/100th (0.01) precision qualify as
proper hand timing devices. They must be synchronized prior to the
start of each event, preferably with the same time-of-day as system
A and system B. Printed records, either automatic or hand-written,
of recorded hand times must be immediately available at the start
and at the finish. Net times on course are derived from the
mathematical comparison of start and finish times. The above
Requirements for Timing Equipment and Scoreboard page 4
paragraph will be added to the Memorandum for International
2.2.3 Presentation of times
Organizers shall provide appropriate facilities for continuous
presentation of all registered times of all competitors.
2.2.4 Timing without Cable for all FEI events.
Refer to the FEI Timing Booklet for a detailed discussion of how this
is possible using homologated wireless impulse radio or data
transmission or Time-of- Day comparison techniques.
2.3.1 Timing at the sensors
With electronic timing, the time is taken when a horse crosses the
start or finish line and triggers the beam between the photocells.
Time has to be taken on the breast of the horse. If the rider pushes
the horse’s head first there will be no correction. With hand timing
the time will be taken as above. The height of the sensors must be
identical at the start and finish lines.
If a time base is used in conjunction with the photocell, either
integrated or separate, then it must be set in time of day and be
synchronised with the main timer before the start of each
2.3.2 Timing Failure Protocol
In the case of a failure of the main electronic timing system (system
A), the results of the electronic back-up system (system B) will bevalid as per art. 2.2.1. For Olympic Games and World
Championships synchronized electronic timing systems with printers,
directly connected to the start and finish photocells is obligatory. In
case of a failure in the lines of the timing system between start and
finish, this back-up system will allow the correct calculation of the
times to 1/100ths of a second. In the case that calculated net times
from either system A or system B are not available for a competitor,
the calculated net manual time as per art. 18.104.22.168 will be considered
22.214.171.124 Hand Timing Corrections
Utilization of times taken by hand times may be used in the
official results after a correction has been calculated.
Calculation of the correction:
Calculate the difference between the times taken by hand and the
electronic times of the 5 competitors starting before the missing
time and the 5 starting after or if necessary the 10 nearest
competitors. The sum of the 10 time difference is divided by 10
to give the correction which must be applied to the hand time of
the competitor without an electronic time.
Requirements for Timing Equipment and Scoreboard page 5
2.3.3 Print-out of time
The official timing strips from the printer will be given to the Foreign
Judge for review. They will be kept by the Event Organizer until the
official approval of the event or resolution of any appeal dealing with
timing or event results. At events where a complete back up system
is required this also applies.
A technical timing report form as prescribed by the FEI must
accompany the event results and must be reviewed and signed by
the FJ as his approval of the event. All printed records from system
A, system B and hand timing must be retained by the OC for a
period of three months after the competition or until resolution of
any appeal dealing with timing or event results.
2.3.4 Time correction
When the official printing timer allows manual input or correction of
a time, some type of indication (star, asterisk or other) concerning
any effected change must be printed on all relevant timing
3. CRITERIA FOR APPROVAL OF TIMING SYSTEMS
3.1 Timers3.1.1 The timer must have an internal (integrated) or directly
attached external printer. The start and finish times in time of day
must be printed directly and immediately through the timer’s printer
and stored in the timer’s memory. It must be possible to download
or reprint this data at a later stage. Printing only through a computer
is not allowed.3.1.2 The timer must be able to operate in Time-of-Day. The output
of the time must always have the same precision (e.g. printer,
display, interface).3.1.3 This printer must print at least in a chronological order the
time of day.3.1.4 For each printed time of day there must be an indication of the
timing channel (start/finish/Judge button).3.1.5 If it is possible to correct the time in the timer, the printer
must mark such a corrected time with a special character (asterisk)
indicating that manual intervention has been applied by the
operator.3.1.6 The timer must work without power supply from the mains for
at least four hours at 0°C. It is compulsory to have a back-up
generator (or batteries) at Games and Championships.3.1.7 The timer and printer must work at ambient temperatures
from 0° to 60°C.
Requirements for Timing Equipment and Scoreboard page 63.1.8 The time of day mode must be possible in hours, minutes,
seconds and 1/1000th second, or better.3.1.9 The timer must measure up to the 1/1000th second in time of
day mode.3.1.10 Timer accuracy must be below +/- 10 PPM at a device
temperature from 0° to 60°C.
3.1.11 The aging of the quartz must be below +/- 3.0 PPM per year.3.1.12 With adjusted quartz frequency the time drift must be less
than +/- 1.0 PPM at a constant temperature of 20°C.3.1.13 The delay of impulses as treated by each timer channel input
may not exceed 1/100th second. The delay of impulses between and
for all channels must be constant with a precision better than
The timer must have a minimum of four independent channels: a
start channel, a stop channel, a channel for multi-timing purposes
and the judge’s interference button (manual start/stop).3.1.14 It must be possible to synchronise the main and backup
timers to the same time of day.3.1.15 The timer must meet the standards of the IEC (International
Electronic Commission). This means the timer must function
satisfactorily in its electromagnetic environment without introducing
intolerable electromagnetic disturbances to anything in that
The technical concept of the photocell is not restricted by the FEI, although
it must be assured that the photocell cannot be influenced by external light
sources, such as the sun and its reflections, or radio systems (EMI) used in
proximity. The photocell must meet the standards for electronic devices in
the country that it is sold.
Sensing Time - The time delay from the instant the photocell is
triggered to the moment an output impulse is generated may not
exceed 0.01 sec. The time delay must be a fixed rate and equal for
all photocells in use. The precision must be better than 0.001 sec.
When a valid photocell impulse is generated there must be a
subsequent adjustable “lock-out” period that prevents the generation
of further impulses by the same horse. The impulse lock-out period
of the photocell must be adjustable from 0.01 second to 2 seconds.
3.2.2 Operating Distance
The photocell must work over a minimal distance of 20m (between
the photocell and the reflector or between the separate transmitter
Requirements for Timing Equipment and Scoreboard page 7
and receptor). The maximum size of the reflector (if used) is 100
mm (in all directions).
3.2.3 Triggering Object
An 8 mm object moving with a speed of 10 km/h must not trigger
the photocell (measured at a distance of 2 m from lens of the
A 100 mm object moving with a speed of 60 km/h must trigger the
photocell (measured at a distance of 2 m from lens of the receiver).
3.2.4 Temperature Range: – 10° C to 60° C
3.2.5 Power Supply
If the photocell is supplied power from the timing device (within the
same cable as the impulses) it needs no external power supply. If a
battery is used as the power supply (external or internal) the
Photocell must work for four (4) hours at 0 °C.
3.2.6 Homologation of photocells
Photocells sent to the testing laboratory for homologation must be
equipped on the emitter with two outputs (banana type or other)
which when short-circuited will immediately stop emission of the
infra-red beam (directly cut the current to the LED that creates the
signal) in order to make precise tests. The aim of the test is to
measure the delay between the moment the infra-red beam is cut
and the moment the impulse is generated by the photocell receptor.
3.3 Wireless Transmission Systems
The FEI recognizes the importance of wireless impulse transmission
systems in the arenas of FEI Jumping events and encourages their use
to facilitate the ease of set-up and functionality of modern jumping. It
should be noted however that any wireless system is more prone to
failure than a hardwired connection from the timer to the photocells.
The wireless radio device must meet the standards for electronic
devices in the country that it is sold.
The timekeepers must verify before the start of the event that the
wireless transmission is not disturbed by any other radio waves from
radios, TVs, wireless devices, remote controls etc used in proximity.
Sensing Time - The time delay from the instant the radio device is
triggered to the moment an output impulse is generated by the
receiver device may not exceed 1 (one) second. The time delay must
be the same for all radio channels in use within an accuracy of
0.001. The delay of impulses must be constant; the range must be
less than 0.001 second.
3.3.2 Operating Distance
The radio device must work over a minimal distance of 200m in open
Requirements for Timing Equipment and Scoreboard page 8
3.3.3Temperature Range: -10 to 60 °C
3.3.4 Power Supply:
Must work for four (4) hours at 0 °C
3.4 Downstream Processing System
3.4.1 Correction of the time must be possible3.4.2 The truncation to 1/100th second must be made after the
calculation of the run time. The digits of the run time after the
1/100th second are discarded.3.4.3 Minutes are to be converted into seconds before the total time
is displayed.3.4.4 The type of competition (Table A or C) is to be programmed
into the system.3.4.5 For Table C competitions, faults are to be converted into
seconds and added to the running time. The time limit (2 minutes
for courses less than 600m; 3 min for courses more than 600m) is to
be programmed into the system.3.4.6 For Table A competitions, the program needs to calculate
penalties for faults and for exceeding the time allowed.3.4.7 The time correction of four seconds for rebuilding an obstacle
must be added to the running time as soon as the clock is restarted.3.4.8 The program needs to allow for the introduction of special
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Sun 18, January 2009
events in accordance with the requirements published in Bulletin N° 2/3-2006 and on the FEIwebsite: http://www.fei.org/Disciplines/Jumping/Organisers/Pages/Technical_Info.aspx. The
use of approved timing devices is compulsory for Senior Championships and Games (Jumping)
from 1/1/2007 and for all other international Jumping events from 1/1/2009. updated 9-June-08
Manufacturer FEI Report N° Model Remark
TAG Heuer 22010001A PTB 606 with external printer
22010002A PTB 605 with external printer
22010028A CP 540 stand alone timer
ALGE 22020007A TdC 8001 stand alone timer
22020008A Timy PXE with integrated printer
22020009A Timer S4 with external printer
MICROGATE 22030014A Racetime 2 with external printer
22030015A Rei 2 stand alone timer
SWISS TIMING 22040021A T 5005 stand alone timer
DIGITECH 22060029A Chronoprinter Master-B stand alone timer
CHRONO JUMP 22050030A PIC 001S with external printer
PhotocellsTAG Heuer 22010003B HL2-31
22010004B HL2-35 E / HL2-35 RALGE 22020010B RLS 1n
22020011B RLS 1ndMICROGATE 22030016B Polifemo
22030017B Polifemo Radio* *Test carried out with
22030018B Polifemo Light Radio* Encradio ENC 104SWISS TIMING 22040022B OEC4
CAP 056T-005 / 056R-005
CHRONO JUMP 22050031B PIC 001S
Wireless TransmittersTAG Heuer 22010005C HL620-1 / HL620-2
22010006C HL610ALGE 22020013C TED-TX10 / RX 10
22020012C TED-TX400 / RX 400
MICROGATE 22020019C Polifemo Light Radio* *Test carried out with
22020020C Polifemo Radio* Encradio ENC 104
SWISS TIMING 22040024C KIT 120 TRA037 / TRA 036
CHRONO JUMP 22050032C PIC 001S
Addresses of manufacturers of approved timing devices:
TAG Heuer SA
Mr Olivier Greber
14a, Ave des Champs-Montants
2074 Marin, Switzerland
t: + 41 (0)32 755 6163 / f: + 41 (0)32 755 6682
Mr Albert Vetter
6890 Lustenau, AUSTRIA
t: + 43 (0)5577 85966 / f: + 43 (0)5577 85966 4
Swiss Timing Ltd.
Mr Serge Carnal
Rue de l'Envers 1
2606 Corgémont, SWITZERLAND
t: +41 (0)32 488 36 30 / f: +41 (0)32 488 36 09
Mr Federico Gori
Via Stradivari 4
39100 Bolzano, ITALY
t: +39 0471 501532 / f: +39 0471 501524
Mr Antonio Viaro
Via Muggia, 6 34018
S.Dorligo della Valle Trieste, ITALY
t: +39 040 280 990 /f : +39 040 833 0561
Mr Alain Lecler
Institut de Caen, Dépt Mesures Physiques
Blvd Maréchal Juin
14032 Caen cedex, FRANCE
T : + 33 (0)2 315 670 54
Thu 01, January 2009
The value of the 1st prize must not exceed 1/3 of the total prize money distributed for the competition. The minimum number of prizes offered for each competition must be allocated on the basis of one prize for every commenced four Athletes, with a minimum of five prizes. The total amount of prize money shown for each Competition in the schedule must be distributed. (GR Art 127, 128)
The retail value of all prizes in kind must be mentioned as well as detail of model, type and special features for cars.
Instructions for breakdown of prize money:
- No more than 1/3 of the total prize money for the competition to the winner.
- Break down for 1st to 8th place (at least) in a reasonable descending order of distribution must be listed in the Schedule.
- The minimum amount the last placed competitor receives must be indicated in the Schedule.
- Minimum 25% of competitors must receive prize money (one prize for every four starters), however minimum 5 prizes if there are 20 or fewer athletes taking part in the competition.
- The FEI has the right to alter the amounts proposed for distribution if the necessity arises.