AER Wcup Rules 2017-2020

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ART. 1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES FIG World Cup in Aerobic Gymnastics will be composed every year of the following two categories:  – Category A – Category B The World Cups consists of a minimum of 3 events and a total of maximum 8 events (regardless of Category) and shall take place during the following months:  - Even years: March, April, September and October - Uneven years: March, April, May and September  Only one Tournament may be assigned per member federation. Should there be less than 8 events per year, the Executive Committee may assign a Tournament to the same Member Federation.  At each event, the gymnasts will have the opportunity to win World Cup Points which will count towards the respective World Cup Ranking Lists. These World Cup Ranking Lists will begin with the 1st event of the year (i.e. per discipline) and will end with the last event of the year (i.e. per discipline).  
ART. 2 RIGHTS AND ADVANTAGES OF FIG WORLD CUP COMPETITIONS – Each event may use the official title of "FIG World Cup Competition XXX”. – Each event will contribute Points to the respective World Cup Ranking Lists. – Each event will be considered as an official FIG event. – Each event will be listed in the official FIG calendar of events. – The events dates will be protected by FIG.  – Each event will be announced in the FIG World of Gymnastics magazine.  – Each event will be published on the FIG Official website (www.fig-gymnastics.com) – Each event (calendar) will be published and updated regularly on all FIG Communication platforms – The Organizing Committee of each event will be entitled to use the services of the FIG Office to send information to all FIG Member Federations by e-mail and/or through the official FIG Website  – The Organizing Committee of each event will be entitled to use the FIG Logo on official communications, posters, and programme. This does not apply for any selling item (i.e. TShirts, souvenirs, etc.) – The Organizing Committee of each event will be entitled to require assistance from the official AER Technical Delegate and the FIG EC Member (if appointed).  – Each event will be included in the official FIG result service system (publication of the results on the FIG website). 
ART. 3 CANDIDATURES AND SAPPLICATIONS 
Art. 3.1 Criteria for Approval  Bids for the World Cup Competitions must be received at the FIG Office by 30th June of the previous year for the following year. The World Cup Competitions for the next season will be assigned by the FIG Executive Committee in August of the previous year.  
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Should the Executive Committee not be in a position to approve at least three bids, the FIG Aerobic Gymnastics World Cup Series will not take place. Candidatures can only be submitted by FIG Member Federations. To be approved, the following minimum requirements must be met: – All Organising Member federations must offer World Cup Competitions in the following 5 categories: Individual men, individual women, mixed pairs, trios, groups categories.  – Organising Member federations may also offer competitions in Aerobic Step (AS) and Aerobic Dance (AD) which can be held at the same time and within the competition schedule of the World Cup. AS and AD competitions will not generate any World Cup points and prize money for these two categories is not compulsory. Provided that there is a participation of at least 4 units, medal award ceremonies will be held and medals must be awarded.  – World Cup competitions may exceptionally be held in conjunction with other events provided those are clearly separated in the competition schedule and do not hinder the World cup competitions, its training and warm-up in any way. – FIG Member Federations interested in organizing a World Cup Competition must apply in writing to the FIG Office and complete the appropriate invitation letter and forms provided to them by the FIG as soon as possible, but by no later than 30 June for the following season. Information on the date, the location, the name of the event, the prize money, and the equipment used must be completed.  – In addition, a detailed list of equipment (as well as the name of the products with reference number or article number, as defined on the FIG website) to be used must be completed and submitted to the FIG Office no later than 6 months before the competition. – Minimum 2 certified competition floors of the same manufacturer and product must be available. – Applications must include the name and contact address of the Event Manager and the Media Officer.   – Applications for A Category must include the name and address of the Host Broadcaster and the name of the person in charge of the production. – Applications must include the name and contact address of the official Hospital. – The Organizing Member Federation must offer minimum two different hotel categories, including the Official Hotel and one being a “low cost hotel”. The prices charged for the hotel rooms cannot exceed the usual hotel rates.  – The Organizing Member Federation must pay a non-refundable application fee to the FIG of CHF 2’000.- for an A Category and CHF 1’000.- for a B Category. This fee must accompany the invitation letter and forms. The application fee will only be returned in full, should the application not be considered by the FIG Executive Committee.  – The Organizing Member Federation applying for an A and B Category must pay a deposit of CHF 2’000.- to the FIG. This deposit must accompany the invitation letter and forms. The deposit will be returned in full, should the FIG decide not to assign an A and B Category to the Organizing Member Federation. The deposit will also be returned in full after the A and B Category, provided all conditions of these Rules are fulfilled. Infractions and/or nonfulfilment of conditions set out in these Rules will result in the FIG not returning the deposit in full. The deposit will be lost in full (i.e. stay with FIG) if the dates, the city, or the venue of the A and B Category are changed by the Organizing Member Federation or if the competition cannot be organised by the Organizing Member Federation. – Late applications, applications which are not complete, or are not accompanied by the application fee and the deposit are refused 
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Art. 3.2 Assignment of World Cup Competitions by the FIG Executive    Committee  There are two Categories of Tournaments: A Category and B Category. A Category – Competition in all 5 categories (see art. 3.1) B Category – Competition in all 5 categories (see art. 3.1) Preference will be given to the Category A leading Tournaments with the best highest media and public impact, high prize money and wide participation. Category A and B tournaments must offer a Final in the above mentioned 5 categories. Upon confirmation of the proposed invitation letter and forms from the FIG Office, the organizers must invite the eligible Member Federations at least four months prior to the date of the event. Upon assignment of a World Cup Event by the FIG Executive Committee, the Technical Committees will propose as soon as possible, but no later than 3 months one Technical Committee member or one expert (to be approved by the FIG President) to serve as Technical Delegate. This Technical Delegate must receive all information from the Organizing Committee and he/she must be present at the event. The Technical Delegate will serve as President of the Superior Jury. 
ART. 4 RULES AND REGULATIONS The competition must be organized under the following FIG rules, as valid in the year of the competition, except for any deviation mentioned in these World Cup Competition Rules for Aerobic Gymnastics: – Statutes  – Code of Ethics – Technical Regulations  – License Rules  – Code of Points and relevant Newsletters – General Judges’ Rules – Specific Judges’ Rules for Aerobic Gymnastics – Medical Organization of the Official FIG Competitions – Doping Control Rules – Media Rules – Apparatus Norms – Advertising and Publicity Rules  – Accreditation Rules – Regulations for Awards Ceremonies and subsequent decisions of the FIG Executive Committee   
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ART. 5 COMPETITION FORMAT AND PARTICIPATION  Qualifications and Finals in the categories mentioned in art. 3.1.  ART. 5.1  QUALIFICATIONS Participation is limited to 2 units per NF in each category  The Organizing Member federation is allowed to add only for the qualifications “hors concours” competitors. These competitors are in addition to the official participants of the Organizing Member Federation’s competitors, they must be named at the time of the closing of the nominative registration and cannot qualify for the final. They will have to start first, they are not eligible to receive World Cup Points and prize money and they must not appear on the official results lists. The Organizing Member Federation is allowed to name 1 Individual Men, 1 Individual Woman, 1 Mixed pair, 1 Trio and 1 Group as “hors concours” competitors.  In case of a tie at any place, the tie-breaking rules as set up for the World Championships shall be applied. If there is still a tie, the tie shall not be broken. World Cup points will be assigned as foreseen in art. 18. If a tie remains at a rank qualifying for the finals, all tied units will proceed to the final.  
Art. 5.2  Finals – The top eight units per category from the qualifications qualify for the Finals.  – In addition, if the Organizing Member Federation has not qualified in any category, it may nominate one participation in max. 1 category of its choice.  – Maximum participation in the finals is therefore 8+1 participants in one category and 8 in the other four categories.  – Such “Wild Card Participant” must have participated in the respective category in the qualification.  – “Wild Card Participants” will receive medals and prize money, but they will not receive any World Cup Points. – If there are less than 4 units participating in a category, no medals, prize money and World Cup Points will be awarded.   In case of a tie at any place, the tie-breaking rules as set up for the World Championships shall be applied.  
Art. 5.3  Cancellation Policy  – The organizing member Federation (OMF) may cancel the competition in the respective category if at the time of the definitive entry there are less than 4 units registered in a category. In case of such a cancellation, the LOC must reimburse, in full, the entry fee and payments made for accommodation. Should flights have to be cancelled due to the above, the risk is at the charge of the participating member Federations (NF). – The participating member Federations (NF) may cancel its participation in a specific category without any penalty or payment for fees, accommodation and meals already booked, in case of less than 4 participating units  in that category after the definitive deadlines. – Procedure and deadlines for the cancellation of a category by the LOC or participation by the NF is as follows: - FIG shall inform LOC and NF about the participation, within 5 days after the Definitive registration deadline. - LOC and NF have the possibility to cancel the event (in a specific category) respectively their participation within 5 days after information by the FIG. Such notification must be sent by e-mail or fax to the FIG. Cancellations after this deadline will not be accepted. 
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ART. 6 INVITATION The Organising Member Federation must invite all FIG Member Federations who have paid their annual membership fee for Aerobic Gymnastics. The Directives and forms must be approved by the FIG and published at last 5 months prior to the event. They have to be submitted to the FIG as soon as possible but no later than 6 months prior to the event. 
ART. 7 REGISTRATIONS AND DELEGATIONS SIZE On-line registrations will only be accepted from FIG Gymnastics Member Federations. Only senior gymnasts in good standing with the correct age and holding a valid FIG License at the date of nominative registration and until the end of the competition may participate. For delegation size please refer to FIG Accreditation Rules. 
ART. 8 REGISTRATION DEADLINES 
 
Provisional registration* 4 months prior to the competition Definitive registration 2 months prior to the competition Nominative registration  4 weeks prior to the competition *Note: it is not compulsory for the Organising Member Federation to request a Provisional Registration.  Registrations must be made exclusively on-line via the FIG online registration platform. Late registrations are subject to fines as follows: 
Fine for missing or late Provisional registration (if any) CHF 500.- Fine for missing or late Definitive registration CHF 750.- Fine for missing or late Nominative registration CHF 500.- Registrations and payments made after the gymnasts’ drawing of lots will not be accepted and the Delegation members concerned will not be authorized to participate.  
ART. 9  FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS FOR THE PARTICIPATING FEDERATIONS,     THE ORGANIZING MEMBER FEDERATION AND FIG 
Financial Obligations for the participating Federations Unless stated differently in the invitation, the invited participating federations pay for their travel, accommodation, meals and entry fees: Entry fees, if requested by the LOC and approved by the FIG Federations which have not fulfilled their financial obligations towards the FIG (e.g. annual membership fees, unpaid invoices, etc.) will not be allowed to participate in these World Cups. Federations which have not fulfilled their financial obligations towards the LOC by the given deadline in the Invitation/Directives, may still have the possibility to participate, but the LOC will not guarantee the hotel booking, meals and local transportation. Federations which have not fulfilled their financial obligations towards the Organizing Member federations upon arrival will not be accredited.   
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Financial Obligations for the organising member Federations  The Organising Member Federation is responsible for: – All costs for the preparation and the running of the event – TV production costs (compulsory for World Cups cat. A) – Scoring and result service as per FIG requirements  – Application fee and deposit to the FIG  – Local travel expenses as well as the accommodation costs in single room, incl. breakfast for the AER Technical Delegate  – Travel, accommodation in single room, and meals costs for any invited neutral judges  – FIG regular competition fee as decided by the Executive Committee (5% of the prize money). – Prize Money – Local transportation and hotel accommodation in single room incl. breakfast for one FIG Executive Committee member if appointed by the FIG President.  – Local transportation and hotel accommodation in single room incl. breakfast for one FIG staff member if appointed by the FIG 
The FIG shall pay for:  – International travel expenses and the Per Diem, including the Travel Days for the AER Technical Delegate – International travel expenses and the Per Diem costs (including the travel days) for one FIG Executive Committee member if appointed by the FIG President – International travel expenses and the Per Diem costs (including the travel days) for one FIG staff member if appointed by the FIG. 
ART. 10 PRIZE MONEY  The organising member federation must pay a minimum prize money per medallist as follows: For Tournaments Category A: Total CHF 25’250.- Individual Men Gold 1’500.- 7 x 3’000.- 21’000.- Individual Women Silver 1’000.- Mixed Pairs Bronze                 500.- Trios Groups  Gold 500.- 5 x 850.-  4’250.-  Silver 250.-  Bronze 100.- For Tournaments Category B:  Total CHF 8’950.- Individual Men Gold 500.- 7 x 850.-  5’950.- Individual Women Silver 250.- Mixed Pairs Bronze 100.- Trios Groups  Gold 300.- 5 x 600.-   3’000.-  Silver 200.-  Bronze 100.- The prize money and its distribution per rank must be mentioned in the invitations and the bid. In case of a tie, the prize money will be added and divided by the number of units:  1, 1, 3 (prize money for rank 1 and 2 is added and divided by 2) 
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1, 2, 2, (prize money for rank 2 and 3 is added and divided by 2) No prize money, medals and World Ranking Lists points will be given, if there are less than 4 participating units per category. This must be mentioned in the invitations. 
ART. 11  JURIES The number of Juries (judges’ panels) may be decided by the organizing member federation depending on the number of participating competitors and judges.  The Juries are set up by a draw - directed by the FIG Technical Delegate - from the judges present at the event. Priority will be given to the judges of the highest category. A jury must consist of one Chair of Judges’ Panel, 4 Artistic, 4 Execution and 2 Difficulty judges. A federation may not have a judge on both the execution and artistic panels. The Chair of Judges' Panel and the difficulty judges should also be from different federations. Only in exceptional situations can the Technical Delegate make the decision to deviate from this.  The CJP must be of cat. 1. The Difficulty Judges must be cat. 1 or 2. The Execution and Artistic judges must be cat. 1, 2 or 3.  If, on the day of the competition, there are not sufficient number of judges in the requested categories, the Technical Delegate may take whatever action needed to secure the running of the event.  The FIG Technical Delegate will serve as President of the Superior Jury. Each participating federation must provide minimum one judge, cat 1, 2 or 3*. Failure to do so, or if a participating Federation sends a judge with a cat. 4 (instead of Cat. 1, 2 or 3) will result in a fine of Swiss Francs 2’000.- to be paid to the Organizing Member Federation.This provision must be mentioned in the invitation letter.  *Member Federations who have only cat. 4 judges are allowed to send a Cat. 4 judge who may be used as Time and Line judge only.  The Organizing Member Federation is responsible that there are enough FIG brevetted judges present with the appropriate category of brevet for their function. Should there not be sufficient judges, the Organizing Member Federation may propose to the FIG for approval the name of neutral additional judges to complete the panels (plus 1 reserve). These judges, once approved, have to be invited at the cost of the Organizing Member Federation. Such invitation must be made through the respective Member Federation. Should the Organizing Member Federation fail to propose names for additional judges, the FIG will invite such judges at the cost of the Organizing Member Federation. 
Video control system Should IRCOS not be available, the Organizing Member Federation must provide another video control system which allows to treat inquiries and records all exercises of the competition in a quality which allows to judge the exercises. The videos or DVDs must be sent to the FIG office within one week after the competition.  
ART. 12 APPARATUS AND APPARATUS CONTROL All apparatus must have a valid FIG certificate no later than six months prior to the event and until the end of the event. The Organising member Federation must inform FIG at least six months prior to the event about the name of the Apparatus Manufacturer and in addition must provide a detailed list of certified equipment (as well as the name of the products as defined on the certificate and published on the FIG website). The Organising member Federation must enter into a service agreement with the official apparatus manufacturer which guarantees the presence of at least one technician for the installation of the 
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competition floors in the competition hall (and the warm-up hall, and the training hall(s) if available), as well as throughout the duration of training, podium training, warm-up and competition. A copy of the service agreement must be sent to the FIG at least six months prior to the event. The control of the competition floors in the competition hall (and in the warm-up hall and training hall(s) if available) prior to training is the responsibility of the FIG Technical Delegate (TD). The TD will be accompanied by a technician of the Apparatus Manufacturer and the local Competition Director.   The control of the competition floors includes the check of the dimensions which must respect the valid FIG Apparatus Norms. It must be verified that the duly certified apparatus are set up correctly and that the apparatus in the different halls are identical.   A written report (see Control Form in the Apparatus Norms) about all the problems faced must be established. Adjustments must be made by the apparatus manufacturer concerned in cooperation with the LOC. The TD will approve the use of the apparatus by the gymnasts, after verifying that the adjustments have been made. During the competitions, the TD is responsible for the apparatus control.  
ART. 13 MEDIA REQUIREMENTS  
Art. 13.1  Media Rights across all means and Marketing Rights Media Rights across all means and reproduction rights together with publicity and marketing rights concerning the World Cup events are the property of the FIG.  
Art. 13.2  Media Rights across all means – Definition The right during the Term to Exploit Footage of the Event throughout the Territory in any format and by all means, media and technologies (whether now known or invented) via any service and in any form for any purpose that FIG shall determine (including, without limitation, free and pay services, in the form of or via services which include any enhanced or interactive functionality and whether linear or on-demand and in whole and in part (including without limitation in the form of clips and highlights).  
Art. 13.3  Television right and production  Television coverage is compulsory for World Cups cat. A.  For tournaments of B category, the same requirements will apply provided that a television production is available even if not compulsory. The Organizing Member Federation must guarantee the production of a basic feed (international signal). The International signal must be available for the FIG and its Right holders free of charge at the international Broadcasting Centre or at the Gateway without any limitations and free of any access fees.  FIG releases all National Media Rights across all means to the Organizing Member Federation. The Media rights are released free of charge and granted exclusively for a period of until one week after the competition and then on a non-exclusive basis until one year after the event. Then the rights are back with the FIG.  The release of the Rights shall only be effective under the condition that:  – That the Organizing Member Federation submits National Rights contracts to the FIG for written approval prior to signature.  – Each Organizing Member Federation undertakes to provide the FIG Office with the contact details of the Host-Broadcaster at least six months prior to the event.  – Each Organizing Member Federation undertakes to provide the FIG Office with a Beta tape copy (Digital Beta PAL Format) of the basic feed (international signal) immediately after the end of the competition on site to the FIG representative or agent. These footages are 
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supplied to the FIG free of charge. Production costs and postage are at the cost of the Organizing Member Federation. FIG may use the footage at its discretion.  The International Media Rights across all means remain with the FIG. The Rights will be offered as a package to the broadcasters worldwide (all events together for the series of 2017-2020) by the FIG Office or through an agent.  The total net revenue of the International Media Rights sales will be shared with the Organizing Member Federations. 90% of the revenue for the Organizing Member Federations and 10% for the FIG.  
Art. 13.4  International TV signal- Definition  The International TV Signal shall be produced in accordance with the following:  – the International TV Signal shall be an integrated, complete, uninterrupted and continuous Live television feed produced to a first class professional sports broadcasting standard, using a minimum of six cameras in 16:9 format (but 4:3 protected and explicitly excluding letterbox format) and include coverage not only of the competition but also of any award ceremonies;  – the International TV Signal shall include slow motion replays, full graphics with all graphics text in English, including but not limited to starting numbers, starting lists, names of competitors, results, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, international sound with necessary related background sound effects on at least two audio tracks;  – the International TV Signal shall not include any domestic elements which would not be acceptable for international broadcast such as commercial elements, in-vision presenters, talking heads, interviews, commercial breaks and black holes or any other elements which may hinder ability to exploit the Rights;  – the International TV Signal must include full duration coverage of the Finals with award ceremonies and shall start at least fifteen (15) minutes prior to the commencement of the competition. 
 
Art. 13.5  Marketing Rights For the 2017-2020 series, the FIG releases all Marketing rights (including the publicity space on the apparatus) free of charge to the Organizing Member Federation. It is understood that the FIG Advertising and Publicity Norms must be respected.  
Art. 13.6  Results The Technical Delegate is responsible that the results of the competition, signed by the respective Technical Delegate, are sent by e-mail to the FIG Office immediately after the end of the respective competitions.  The results and the updated World Cup Ranking List will be published on the FIG website within 24 hours after the end of the respective competitions to the conditions that the Organizing Member Federation respects the following process:  
Art. 13.6.1  Before the competition (7 days)  The FIG Office will send the event’s ID, the list of registered gymnasts with their respective license number and a template of the electronic results file (empty) to the federation who organizes the competition.  
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Art. 13.6.2  After the competition  The organizer must return to the FIG at the end of the competition:  A copy of all detailed results (qualifications & finals) in PDF format and duly signed by the Technical Delegates for archival purposes only.  The organizer must also return to the FIG maximum 24 hours after the competition:  An electronic file in XLS or CSV format on 12 columns using the same structure as the template previously sent by the FIG Office including necessary information for automatic processing of results and awarding points for the World Cup.  If the above deadlines are not respected or if the FIG does not receive any electronic results file in the format specified above, the Organizing Member Federation’s deposit will be lost in full.  
ART. 14 MEDICAL INJURY REPORT FORM AND DOPING CONTROLS The organizing member federation must provide a Gymnast injury summary report and all related injury reports or a written under medical confidentiality within 3 days after the event. Failure to do so after the first reminder will result in a deposit being lost in full confirmation that no injury occurred form listing all the injuries occurred during the event. This report must be sent to the FIG Secretariat  For World Cup Competitions, A and B Category, the Organizing Member Federation has to provide a minimum of 5 doping controls at its own charge. Failure to do so will result in the deposit being lost in full. Doping control forms must be sent to FIG secretariat by Doping control officer within 3 days after the event. Failure to do so after the first reminder will result in a deposit being lost in full.  
ART. 15 ASSIGNEMENT OF WORLD CUP POINTS FOR THE WORLD CUP     RANKING LIST Separate World Cup Series Ranking Lists are established for every category beginning with the first World Cup event of the year and ending with the last World Cup event of the year as follows: – Men Individual  – Women Individual  – Mixed Pairs – Trio – Groups For Individual competitors, World Cup Points are assigned to the competitor by name. Mixed Pairs are listed by name, but considered as an entity. In case of change of partner, the Mixed Pair is considered as a new Pair. Trios are listed by name, but considered as an entity. One change of name in a Trio is allowed, but in case of a second change of name, the Trio is considered as a new Trio. Groups are listed by Federation. The World Cup Points are assigned to the Federation. If more than one Group per Federation starts at an event, only the better result will be considered as per the example shown below.  
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The World Cup Points are assigned as follows: Finals: ranking from 1st to 8th place  Qualifications: ranking from 9th to 16th place 
 
Ranking Tournaments Cat. A Tournaments Cat. B 1 50 30 2 45 25 3 40 20 4 35 18 5 30 16 6 25 14 7 20 12 8 18 10 9 16  8 10 14  7 11 12  6 12 10  5 13  9  4 14  8  3 15  7  2 16  6  1 
The units with same final score will receive the same World Cup points. In the case that there are less than four units participating per category, no World Cup points, no medals and no prize money will be given. 
ART. 16 WINNER OF THE ANNUAL WORLD SERIES RANKING LIST The winner of the annual World Cup per category is the individual gymnast / pair / trio / group with the highest number of points of the World Cup Ranking List after the last event of the year as follows:.  – If 5 to 8 World Cup Competitions take place per year, the best 4 are counted. 
Example of a Ranking list and the assignment of World Cup Points at a Tournament Category A 1 AUS 50 points 2 RUS 1 45 points assigned to RUS 3 RUS 2 no points assigned 4 GBR 40 points 5 GER 2 35 points assigned to GER 6 FRA 1 30 points 7 GER 1 no points assigned 8 BRA 25 points 
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– If 3 to 4 World Cup Competitions take place per year all points are counted A special award ceremony will be held at the last World Cup Competition of the year in which the World Cup winner will receive the World Cup. If there is a tie at the first place, the sum of the number of ranks of the counting competitions achieved by the respective unit will be added and the unit with the lowest total will prevail.  If there is still a tie, the unit who has participated in the greater number of Finals of the counting competitions will prevail.  If there is still a tie, the unit who has the best rank at one of the counting competitions will prevail. If there is still a tie, the tie will not be broken.  
ART. 17 DRAWING OF LOTS The gymnasts' drawing of lots for all World Cup events will take place at the FIG Office in Lausanne (SUI) within two weeks after the closing date of the nominative registration. After publication of the draw on the FIG website, the member Federation will be given an opportunity to modify the position of their gymnasts’ starting order within 3 days by using the official document to be found on FIG website. (see: Appendix I). 
 
These Rules have been approved by the FIG Executive Committee on May 6, 2016. 
 
FEDERATION INTERNATIONALE DE GYMNASTIQUE 
 
 
 
 
Prof. Bruno GRANDI André F.GUEISBUHLER President Secretary General 
 
 
 
 
Appendix: Appendix 1: Drawing of lots procedures 
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Appendix 1: 
 
Drawing of lots procedures The draw will decide the order in which the lot for each team, or gymnast, will be drawn and determine the order in which the team or gymnast will commence to compete in the Competition, both in qualifications and finals. For the health and safety of gymnasts, FIG has accepted that gymnasts competing in multiple finals require 10 minutes to recover before competing again.  In AER Gymnastics the draw will be adjusted according to this principle. If a gymnast or group compete 7th in one rotation and are drawn in positions 1-3 in the next rotation the new starting position will become 4th. If a gymnast or group compete last in a rotation and are drawn in positions 1-4 in the next rotation the new starting position will be 5th (see FIG T.R 2016 Section 1 Art 4.4) 
 
At the time of the nominative registrations, every Federation must nominate its gymnasts on the FIG online registration. This nomination must be made in every category, the respective Federation has made at the time of the definitive registration. Every Federation is asked to nominate its gymnasts in the respective categories (IM, IW, MXP, TRIO and GROUP). Two weeks after the deadline of the nominative registration, the drawing of lots will be performed. This drawing of lots will be made by Federation (when 2 units are selected, a number one and a number two will appear in this drawing of lots). 
 
After publication of the draw on the FIG website, the member Federation will be given an opportunity to modify the position of their gymnasts’ starting order within 3 days by using the official document to be found on FIG webpage of the event on the FIG Calendar. This document will allow every Federation to change its gymnasts’, pairs’, trios’ and groups’ position (i.e from position one to position two within the Federation). This document is to be sent back to the FIG office, attention M. Alexandre Cola (acola@figgymnastics.org) no later than 3 days after publication of the drawing of lots on the FIG website. Should no answer be received at the FIG office by the given deadline, the registration made by the respective Federation at the time of the nominative registration, will be considered as approved and final. 
 
Should you have any other questions, please contact the FIG office. 
 
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