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ANNEX A - OLYMPIC FIGURE SKATING TEAM EVENT
The IOC Executive Board accepted the inclusion of the Figure Skating (Single & Pair Skating, Ice Dance) Team Event at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games (OWG) in Sochi based on the notion that only athletes that are already qualified for the individual events will participate in the team event. For exceptions please refer to point 3.2.1 below.
As per ISU Regulations, Rule 400, paragraph C, the ISU Council in consultation with the IOC shall determine all relevant conditions (number of Teams and participation, qualifying/participation/entry criteria, technical format, starting order, result determination, Officials participation and other relevant technical and organizational details).
The following Rules and guidelines are based on the consultations with the IOC and in line with the 2010 ISU Constitution and General Regulations and Technical Rules.
2. BASIC EVENT FORMAT AND QUALIFYING SYSTEM
a) The Figure Skating Team Event format is based on a competition consisting of the ten (10) best national teams from NOCs/ISU Members. In each Team 1 Man Single Skater, 1 Lady Single Skater, 1 Pair Skating couple and 1 Ice Dance couple, i.e. a total of 6 Skaters per Team, will compete (hereafter called the Team(s)).
The 10 qualified Teams will compete in the Short Program/Short Dance. The 5 best Teams having scored the highest number of aggregate placement points (see paragraph 5 below) after the Short Programs/Short Dance will qualify to continue the Figure Skating Team Event by skating the Free Skating/Free Dance.
b) Ten (10) NOCs/ISU Members will qualify to enter their Teams based on the scoring scale as outlined in sub-paragraph e) below) scored by its best one (1) Lady Single Skater, best one (1) Man Single Skater, best Pair Skating couple and best Ice Dance couple primarily at ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2013 (season 2012/13) and the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating events and Final season 2013/14, plus possibly the ISU European Figure Skating Championships/ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships 2013 (season 2012/13), the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships 2013 (season 2012/13) and ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating season 2013/14 (only in individual events but not the Final).
c) The 10 Teams having accumulated the highest number of qualifying points by the above-mentioned number and discipline of Skaters/Couples in the above mentioned ISU Events and the criteria outlined below will qualify. If there is a tie among Teams subject to qualify, the Team having earned the higher number of qualifying points at the ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2013 will be qualified. If a tie persists, the qualifying NOC/ISU Member will be decided by draw.
d) For the purpose of the Figure Skating Team Event Qualifying System, the basis is to attribute to each NOC/ISU Member points according to the scale below (sub-paragraph e) on the basis of the best result (the highest number of points earned) of one Single Skaters Man, of one Single Skaters Lady, of one Pair Skating couple and of one Ice Dance couple at each of the two (2) groups of ISU Events listed below (the applicable Events):
i) in one of the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating individual events or Final (senior) season 2013/14.
If Skaters/Couples of a NOC/ISU Member have not obtained points in the above-mentioned ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating individual events and Final (senior) season 2013/14, then the best result in one event of the ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating individual events (only in individual events but not the Final) season 2013/14 can be considered;
ii) in the ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2013 (season 2012/13);
If Skaters/Couples of a NOC/ISU Member have not obtained World Standing points in the ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2013, then it is possible to use the ISU European Figure Skating Championships 2013 respectively the ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships 2013 and if needed the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships 2013.
In summary, for the qualifying system of the Figure Skating Team Event, the highest number of qualifying points per discipline (Ladies, Men, Pair Skating, Ice Dance) earned at each of the two above-mentioned group of applicable Events will be used when cumulating the qualifying points earned per NOC/ISU Member. This means that more and different Skaters/Couples per NOC/ISU Member may contribute to the cumulative number of qualifying points per NOC/ISU Member.
Practically, one to two Single Skaters Ladies and one to two Single Skaters Men one to two Pair Skating couples respectively one to two Ice Dance couples per NOC/ISU Member could contribute to the cumulative number of qualifying points per NOC/ISU Member (the maximum two different single skaters/couples would be one skater/couple each at the two applicable group of Events).
The corresponding ranking and Figure Skating Team Event qualification list indicating the respective qualified NOCs/ISU Members for the 2014 OWG Figure Skating Team Event (hereafter called the “Qualified NOCs/ISU Members”) will be issued in a dedicated ISU Communication immediately after the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final 2013 (season 2013/14) which will be held in December 2013.
e) OWG Figure Skating Team Event qualifying points
3. CONFIRMATION OF PARTICIPATION AND ENTRIES OF SKATERS/COUPLES
3.1 Skaters/Couples participation/eligibility requirements
The Figure Skating Team Event is only open to Skaters/Couples who belong to NOCs/ISU Members that have qualified for participation in the Figure Skating Team Event according to the Qualifying System outlined above. The Skaters/Couples entered by the respective Qualified NOCs/ISU Members must satisfy the ISU eligibility requirements and age limits in accordance with the 2012 ISU Constitution and General Regulations (In the current 2010 ISU Constitution and General Regulations being Rule 102 for eligibility and Rule 108, paragraph 2.b for the age limits but subject to change at the 2012 Congress). Only Skaters fulfilling both ISU and IOC citizenship/residency requirements may be entered.
Each Team must participate in at least 3 disciplines (Ladies/Men/Pair Skating/Ice Dance) of the Figure Skating Team Event. NOCs/ISU Members who according to the procedure as per paragraph 2 above would have qualified for the Figure Skating Team Event but who are unable or unwilling to compose a Team with Skaters/Couples competing in at least 3 disciplines will not be allowed to compete in the Figure Skating Team Event.
In case that any Qualified NOC/ISU Member cannot send its Team to the OWG for whatever reason, the ISU may invite the NOC/ISU Member whose Team is ranked next in the Figure Skating Team Event qualification list.
3.2 Confirmation and Entry Procedure
3.2.1 Entries of Skaters/Couples and Judges
The Qualified NOCs/ISU Members will be officially informed by the ISU Secretariat shortly after the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final in December 2013 and must enter their Skaters/Couples by respecting the entry deadlines applicable for the 2014 OWG.
NOCs/ISU Members with Teams who have qualified Skaters/Couples in an individual OWG competition/discipline (Single Lady, Single Man, Pair Skating, Ice Dance), must list the respective qualified Skaters/Couples of such discipline also as entries for the Figure Skating Team Event and may not enter different Skaters/Couples for such discipline.
NOCs/ISU Members who do not have qualified Skaters/Couples in an individual OWG competition/discipline (Single Lady, Single Man, Pair Skating, Ice Dance), may enter into the Figure Skating Team Event 1 Skater/Couple per competition/discipline plus one Stand-by Skater/Couple per discipline. The Stand-by Skaters/Couples will remain on stand-by and will not be accredited/allowed into the Olympic Village unless the initially entered Skater/Couple has been confirmed as withdrawn due to injury, illness or other serious reasons as accepted by the IOC/ISU.
ロシアは個人戦（individual OWG competition/discipline）４種目すべて枠を持ってますから「Team」になっており、前項に該当します。個人戦選手以外に何らかの追加枠があるとは読めません。
http://www.olympic.org/sportsを見ると、disciplineは「Figure Skateという競技」 でいいのかな？ competitionは「男子シングル」といったその中の競技種目を示すのかな？
The Skaters/Couples entered and competing in the Figure Skating Team Event based on this “incomplete Team” provision will receive a “P” accreditation allowing access to the training venue, the competition venue, the right to enter the Olympic Village and access to the Athlete Transportation System.
If a NOC/ISU Member has 2 or 3 entries in an individual OWG competition/discipline then the NOC/ISU Member must declare the Skaters/Couples to compete in the Short Program/Short Dance of the Team Event latest at 10.00 hrs (a.m.), local time on site of the OWG, the day before the beginning of the first Short Program/Short Dance of the Figure Skating Team Event. For the 5 Teams qualified for the Free Skating/Free Dance of the Figure Skating Team Event the NOC/ISU Member must declare the Skater/Couple competing for the Free Skating/Free Dance immediately (latest about 10 minutes) after the conclusion of the last Short Program/Short Dance of the Team Event in order to ensure that the Team composition of all Teams are known before the beginning of the Free Skating/Free Dance.
The Skaters/Couples competing in the Free Skating must be the same as those having competed in the Short Program/Short Dance, however each Team has the option to replace up to two (2) entries (two Single Skaters or one Single Skater (Lady or Man) plus one couple (Pair Skating or Ice Dance) or both the Pair Skating and Ice Dance Couples) between the Short Program/Short Dance and the Free Skating/Free Dance provided such Skaters/Couple is part of the accredited delegation on site of the OWG.
3.3 Withdrawals & Alternate Skaters/Couples procedure
Nominated Skaters/Couples unable to compete due to injury/illness or other accepted serious reasons in any segment of the Figure Skating Team Event, the concerned NOC/ISU Member may replace the concerned Skater/Couple by a named Alternate Skater/Couple.
For NOCs/ISU Members having 2 or 3 Skaters/Couples competing in an individual OWG competition/discipline, the concerned NOC/ISU Member must replace the injured Skater/Couple by another Alternate Skater/Couple present and accredited on site of the OWG unless such Alternate Skater/Couple is also confirmed to be unable to compete.
For NOCs/ISU Member who have no available Alternate Skaters/Couples on site and accredited at the OWG, Stand-by Skaters/Couples to travel to the site of the OWG are accepted as per the IOC guidelines and time-lines.
If an entered Skater or Couple is unable to compete, he/she/they must immediately inform the Organizing Committee and the ISU Secretariat (respectively during the OWG the ISU Technical Delegates) in writing through the respective NOC/ISU Member. The concerned Qualified NOC/ISU Member must ensure that the Alternate Skater/Couple nominated shall be allowed to attend.
The Stand-by Skaters/Couples who are not on site and not accredited at the OWG must remain on stand-by until the deadlines defined under paragraph 3.2.1 above. These Stand-by Skaters/Couples are responsible to keep readily available their own necessary Olympic accreditation and possibly the travel documents.
Withdrawals permitted for illness or injury must be duly confirmed by a timely Medical Certificate as outlined below and subject to review by an ISU appointed Medical Doctor and/or for other justified serious reasons accepted by the IOC/ISU.
In the case an entered Skater/Couple is withdrawn for injury or illness a Medical Certificate is required to be submitted to the ISU. The Certificate must be issued on the official withdrawal form and duly signed by the Medical Doctor. If the certificate is not in English a translation signed by an Official of the NOC of the respective Skater must be attached.
In addition, upon request of the ISU the Certificate must be received by the ISU within 72 hours after the notice of withdrawal and the following information must be included or attached:
i) the history which clearly indicates the date of injury or date of onset of illness, the type of injury or illness and severity of injury or illness as well as the physical findings on examination;
ii) copies of laboratory or radiological reports that were conducted in the investigation of the injury/illness;
iii) the recommended treatment by the physician including medications, therapy, advice on training frequency and intensity, date for follow-up examination ( a copy of this assessment should then be forwarded to the ISU), expected date of return to full activity, planned further investigations and/or criteria for return to full activity.