Nog enkele reglementswijzigingen 2014-2016
Quota plaatsen voor TOKYO
De verdeling van de quota plaatsen
TOKYO 2020 zijn gekend.
Hier de officiële versie van de nieuwe reglementen trap en double trap:
Ik zal de tekst even filteren en eruit halen wat voor trap en dtrap van toepassing is:
Summary of Approved Changes in the 2013-2016 ISSF Rules
Administrative Council has approved rule changes for the 2013-2016 ISSF Rules that are listed in this summary. Rule changes in this summary were proposed by the ISSF Section Committees, approved by the ISSF Technical Committee and given final approval by the
Council in accordance with the ISSF Constitution (220.127.116.11). Detailed rules for Finals in Olympic events as well as a few additional rules will be approved by the Council in November 2012. The complete edition of the ISSF Official Statutes, Rules and Regulations,
Edition 2013 will be released as soon as possible after the Council meeting.
Range Scoreboards. In addition to the Main Scoreboard, each Qualification Range must have a Range Scoreboard for posting Start Lists and Preliminary
Internet Service. Ranges used for ISSF Championships are required to have Internet service at the range that can be used to transmit entry, results and ISSF-TV data.
Trap. The course of fire will use random A, B and C schemes in each round instead of the present fixed schemes. The double schemes are thrown randomly, but during each round of 15 doubles each athlete will receive the same number of pairs from each
scheme at each station. The complete event consists of 5 rounds of 30 targets and 150 targets total. The delayed release is eliminated.
Coaching. Non-verbal coaching is permitted during Shotgun competitions only.
Shot. Because of environmental concerns, plated pellets will be prohibited as of 1 January 2014.
Side Blinders. As an added safety protection, side blinders for Shotgun only may be up to 60mm in depth.
COMPETITION FORMATS FOR THE NEW FINALS
Trap and Double Trap. Eight qualifiers advance from the qualification and are divided into two squads of four to
compete in two quarterfinals. Each competition series (quarterfinals, semifinals and medal duels) consists of 15 targets or 15 doubles shot from stations two, three and four with target throwing schemes (2 left, 1 center and 2 right on each station) that ensure
the equal distribution of targets. The top two in each quarterfinal advance to the semifinal. After the semifinal the third and fourth place shooters advance to the bronze medal duel and the first and second place in the semifinal shoot for the gold and silver