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ITU положение
ITU Ranking Criteria 3: ITU Continental Rankings
ITU Ranking Criteria 3: ITU Continental Rankings
1.
Purpose: ITU Continental Rankings will be used to determine athletes’ eligibility to enter ITU Triathlon Continental Championships and ITU Triathlon Continental Cup events. Continental confederations may also use the ITU Points List to determine national federation quotas for Continental Championships. The ITU Continental Rankings will be posted on the ITU website; www.triathlon.org from time to time.
2.
Number of Rankings: There are 5 Continental Rankings (one per continent: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, Oceania).
3.
Eligibility: Only athletes in good standing with their National Federation affiliated to the Continental confederation are eligible for the ITU Continental Rankings. Athletes are counted only for the ITU Continental Rankings of their own Continent, earned points only from events on their own Continent.
4.
Scoring Events for the ITU Continental Rankings: Athletes will earn the points according to the table below. The Base Points are the points for the winner. The Depth indicates the maximum number of athletes earning points. The Continental Cup events may be categorised into two levels, according to criteria established by the continental confederation, i.e., prize money, television, spectators, etc. The upper level Continental event will be call “ Premium Continental Cup” and the lower level “Continental Cup”.
ITU Event
Base Points
Depth
Continental Championships
750
40
Premium Continental Cup
400
20
Continental Cup
250
20
U23 Continental Championships
250
20
Continental Tour Events
100
10
National Championships
100
5
The athletes placing in the next position will receive 7.5% points less than the preceding one. (i.e., if the Continental Championships winner gets 750 points, the second will get 693.75, the third 641.72, the fourth 593.59, etc.)
5.
Cut off: Only the athletes finishing the race before the cut off time will earn points. The cut off is determined adding 5% to the winner’s time for the men and 8% for the women.
6.
Quality of field: The athletes starting the race who are among the top 20 of the current ITU Continental Ranking, increase the value of the event by 2% each. This increase is limited to the 20%.
7.
Races scoring: The total number of points acquired by an athlete in a given year is the result of the addition of the six (Africa, Americas, Asia, Oceania) or five (Europe) best scores in the current year races plus 1/3 of the points earned in the preceding year.
8.
Removing from the ITU Continental Rankings: Athletes with two complete years without earn any point will be removed from the list. This adjustment take place every January 1st.
9.
Points for the ITU Continental Rankings are earned from the following competitions:
a.
Triathlon Continental Championships
b.
Triathlon Premium Continental Cups
c.
Triathlon Continental Cups
d.
U23 Triathlon Continental Championships
e.
Triathlon Continental Tour Events
f.
Triathlon National Championships (Olympic Distance)


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ITU Triathlon World Cup Qualification Criteria 2008
ITU Triathlon World Cup
Qualification Criteria 2008
1.
Valid until May 31, 2008:
a.
The National Federations (NFs) must enter the athletes via the ITU Online Entry System not less than thirty (30) days before the competition day.
b.
Thirty (30) days before the first competition day, the start list will be posted on www.triathlon.org based on the following criteria:
i.
Every NF may earn a maximum of six (6) spots.
ii.
The host NF may earn a maximum of eight (8) spots.
iii.
The top twenty-five (25) athletes ranked in the current ITU World Cup Ranking among those present on the wait list, will be moved to the start list.
iv.
The top 45 athletes ranked in the current ITU Points List among those present on the wait list will be moved to the start list.
v.
The remaining athletes on the wait list will be listed according to the ITU Points List.
c.
The entries received twenty-nine (29) days before the first competition day or after, will be placed at the bottom of the wait list.
d.
Each NF will be allowed to substitute one athlete, communicating the names of both athletes involved in the substitution, to the ITU Entry Service at email: entries@triathlon.org
e.
Athletes who are withdrawn from the start list will be immediately replaced by the first athlete on the wait list at that moment. There will be no further replacements within 72 hours of the start of the first competition.
f.
Twenty-five (25) days before the first competition day, ITU will award the invitations based on the requests received. The athletes awarded the invitations will be moved to the start list.
g.
Athletes who withdraw within the last seven (7) days of the first competition day of a world cup competition will be removed from all start lists and wait lists for events in which the athlete has been entered at the time of the athlete’s withdrawal from the event.
h.
Athletes who are not personally present at the Athletes’ Briefing and have not provided prior notification to the Technical Delegate will be removed from all start lists and wait lists for the events for which they have already been entered at the time of the briefing.
i.
Athletes who are present at the Athletes’ Briefing, but are forced to withdraw from the competition due to last minute illness or injury will remain on all future start lists and wait lists for the events in which they have already been entered.
j.
The Athletes’ Briefing will take place at 17:00 two (2) days before the first day of the competition.
2.
Valid from June 01, 2008:
a.
The NFs must enter the athletes via the ITU Online Entry System not less than thirty (30) days before the competition day.
b.
Thirty (30) days before the first competition day, the start list will be posted on www.triathlon.org based on the following criteria:
i.
Every NF may earn a maximum of six (6) spots.
ii.
The host NF may earn a maximum of eight (8) spots.
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ITU Triathlon World Cup Qualification Criteria 2008
iii.
The top twenty-five (25) athletes ranked in the current ITU World Cup Ranking among those present in the wait list, will be moved to the start list.
iv.
The top 45 athletes ranked in the current ITU Points List among those present in the wait list will be moved to the start list.
v.
The remaining athletes in the wait list will be listed according to the ITU Points List.
c.
The entries received twenty-nine (29) days before the first competition day or after, will be placed at the bottom of the wait list.
d.
Each NF will be allowed to substitute one athlete, communicating the names of both athletes involved in the substitution, to the ITU Entry Service at email: entries@triathlon.org
e.
Athletes who are withdrawn from the start list will be immediately replaced by the first athlete in the wait list at that moment. There will be no further replacements within 72 hours of the start of the first competition.
f.
Twenty-five (25) days before the first competition day, ITU will award the invitations based on the requests received. The athletes awarded the invitations will be moved to the start list.
i.
ITU may award invitations increasing the NF quota as follows:
1.
Every NFs can get a maximum of two (2) additional spots.
2.
The host NF can get a maximum of four (4) additional spots.
g.
Athletes who withdraw within the last seven (7) days of the first competition day of a world cup competition will be removed from all start lists and wait lists for events in which the athlete has been entered at the time of the athlete’s withdrawal from the event.
h.
Athletes who are not personally present at the Athletes’ Briefing and have not provided prior notification to the Technical Delegate will be removed from all start lists and wait lists for the events for which they have already been entered at the time of the briefing.
i.
Athletes who are present at the Athletes’ Briefing, but are forced to withdraw from the competition due to last minute illness or injury will remain on all future start lists and wait lists for the events in which they have already been entered.
j.
The Athletes’ Briefing will take place at 17:00 two (2) days before the first day of the competition.

ITU Ranking Criteria 2: ITU World Cup Ranking
ITU Ranking Criteria 2: ITU World Cup Ranking
1.
Purpose: ITU World Cup Ranking will be used to determine athletes’ eligibility to enter ITU Triathlon World Cups and ITU Triathlon World Championships events. The ITU World Cup Ranking will be posted on the ITU website; www.triathlon.org after every ITU Triathlon World Cups and ITU Triathlon World Championships.and will be published as a “ranking”. ITU Bonus Pool Prize Money will be distributed after the last scoring event according to the ITU World Cup Ranking.
2.
Eligibility: Only athletes in good standing with their National Federation affiliated to ITU are eligible for the ITU World Cup Ranking.
3.
Scoring Events for the ITU World Cup Ranking: Athletes will earn the points according to the table below.
Position
ITU Triathlon
World Championships
ITU Triathlon World Cup
1
100
50
2
88
44
3
78
39
4
70
35
5
62
31
6
54
27
7
48
24
8
42
21
9
36
18
10
30
15
11
26
13
12
22
11
13
18
9
14
14
7
15
12
6
16
10
5
17
8
4
18
6
3
19
4
2
20
2
1
4.
Cut off: This rules does not apply, every athlete finishing in the top 20 of the ITU Triathlon World Championships or ITU Triathlon World Cups will earn points.
5.
Quality of field: The points are fixed as above, Quiality of field factor does not apply.
6.
Races scoring: The total number of points acquired by an athlete in a given year is the result of the addition of the eight best scores in the current year races.
7.
Removing from the ITU World Cup Ranking: Every athlete starts with zero in the ITU World Cup Ranking by January 1st.
8.
Points for the ITU Points List are earned from the following competitions:
a.
Triathlon World Championships
b.
Triathlon World Cups

ITU Ranking Criteria 2: ITU World Cup Ranking
ITU Ranking Criteria 2: ITU World Cup Ranking
1.
Purpose: ITU World Cup Ranking will be used to determine athletes’ eligibility to enter ITU Triathlon World Cups and ITU Triathlon World Championships events. The ITU World Cup Ranking will be posted on the ITU website; www.triathlon.org after every ITU Triathlon World Cups and ITU Triathlon World Championships.and will be published as a “ranking”. ITU Bonus Pool Prize Money will be distributed after the last scoring event according to the ITU World Cup Ranking.
2.
Eligibility: Only athletes in good standing with their National Federation affiliated to ITU are eligible for the ITU World Cup Ranking.
3.
Scoring Events for the ITU World Cup Ranking: Athletes will earn the points according to the table below.
Position
ITU Triathlon
World Championships
ITU Triathlon World Cup
1
100
50
2
88
44
3
78
39
4
70
35
5
62
31
6
54
27
7
48
24
8
42
21
9
36
18
10
30
15
11
26
13
12
22
11
13
18
9
14
14
7
15
12
6
16
10
5
17
8
4
18
6
3
19
4
2
20
2
1
4.
Cut off: This rules does not apply, every athlete finishing in the top 20 of the ITU Triathlon World Championships or ITU Triathlon World Cups will earn points.
5.
Quality of field: The points are fixed as above, Quiality of field factor does not apply.
6.
Races scoring: The total number of points acquired by an athlete in a given year is the result of the addition of the eight best scores in the current year races.
7.
Removing from the ITU World Cup Ranking: Every athlete starts with zero in the ITU World Cup Ranking by January 1st.
8.
Points for the ITU Points List are earned from the following competitions:
a.
Triathlon World Championships
b.
Triathlon World Cups

2
Continental Rankings
1. There are 5 Continental Cups (one per continent: Africa, the Americas, Asia,
Europe, Oceania). Only athletes in good standing with a national federation
affiliated to the continental confederation are eligible for the continental ranking.
2. The Continental Cup events may be categorised into two levels, according to
criteria established by the continental confederation, i.e., prize money,
television, spectators, etc. The upper level Continental event will be call
“Continental Premium Cup” and the lower level “Continental Cup”
3. The title of the event will have the name of the continent replacing the word,
“continent”, i.e., ITU Loch Neigh European Cup Triathlon.
4. Continental Rankings Points Table : The base points are the points for the
winner. The maximum depth indicates the maximum number of athletes
gaining points
Points Depth
Continental Championships 750 40
Continental Cup Premium 400 20
Continental Cup 250 20
U 23 Continental Championships 250 20
Continental prestige races 100 10
National Championships 100 5
5. Continental Ranking Rules:
· The athletes earn points provided they finish within the cut off limit. This
limit is fixed by adding 5% to the winner time for men and 8% for women.
· The points gained by the winner of the race will be the “base points”
modified by the quality of field factor (QF). Athletes with the top 20 ITU
points before the race, increase the base points by 2%. The QF can never
be more than 20%.
· Athletes finishing in the next position will receive 7.5% points less than the
preceding one. (i.e., if the Continental Championships winner gets 750
points, the second will get 693.75, the third 641.72 , the fourth 593.59, etc.)
· The total points acquired by every athlete is the result of the addition of the
six best scores in the current year races plus 1/3 (*) of the points gained in
the preceding year.
(*) Exceptionally on 2005 Jan 1st the reduction is 1/5 of the points in PATCO Rankings
on 2004 Dec 31st and 1/3 of the points in ETU rankings on 2004 Dec 31st Africa,
Asia and Oceania begin their rankings now.

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