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Izraksts no FIRS inline hokeja starptautiskajiem noteikumiem
(angļu valodā)
2005 Edition
Pirmā daļa

1. Eligibility of Teams and Players
A) The World Inline Roller Hockey Championships are open to the National Teams of all the National Federations affiliated
with the FIRS, provided that they confirm their entry prior to the closing date for entries laid down by the CIRILH and forward payment of appropriate entry fees. (See Part III, Article 1 of Org. Rules)
B) Players should normally be of the same nationality as the team for which they are playing and have a valid passport
from the country represented.
C) All players must wear in-line roller skates,and the game will be played with a puck . For required player protective equipment.
D) Junior Teams: The official CIRILH Junior Championship age level for International competitions for both male and female players is age fourteen (14) through eighteen (18) as calculated on January l of the year of the championship.
E) Senior Teams: The minimum age is fourteen (14) years as calculated on January l of the year of the championship. This applies to both men and women teams. There is no maximum age limitation.
2. Team Size
A) At no time shall any team have more than five players on the floor during a game. To officially start the game a team must have four (4) skaters and a goalie on the floor ready to play.
B) Team rosters will consist of a minimum of six (6) floor players and two (2) goalies and a maximum of 14 floor players and 2 goalies. Once the championship has begun, no roster substitutions or the addition of players is permitted.
3. Rink Condition
A) The World Championship will be played on a surface as close as possible to the maximum size allowed of 30 X 60 meters. The surface shall have rounded corners to facilitate keeping the puck in play.
B) Roller in-line hockey shall be played on an appropriate surface, with markings as approved by the CIRILH.
C) There are no blue line markings required on the playing surface for roller inline hockey, where the entire floor is in play for either team, without imposition of off-side or icing penalties. However, a center red line should be marked on the floor to distinguish the defensive zone and the attacking zone.
4. Duration of Games
A) Regulation World Championship games will be played in two periods of twenty (20) minutes each, with a five (5) minute rest at half time.
B) Each team is granted one time out of one-minute duration per period.
C) If a tie exists at the end of single elimination competition, the outcome of the game shall be settled in periods of sudden death overtime, consisting of ten (10) minutes each, with three minute rest periods, until the winner of the game is settled. Overtime periods do not apply to games tied in round-robin matches.
5. Forfeiture
Forfeiture of a game shall be declared for the following reasons:
A) If a team when ordered to do so by the Referee, through its manager or coach, fails to go on the floor and commence play within five minutes, the game shall be forfeited.
B) At the start of a game (referee’s whistle to put puck in play) a team does not have four floor players and a goalie on the floor, in full and required uniform.
C) Due to injury or illness during the game a team cannot field (when at full strength) four players and a goalie to continue this game.
D) A team may forfeit one game during the round-robin portion of the tournament without disqualification of that team for the entire tournament. If the same team forfeits a second game at a tournament, that team shall be disqualified for the remainder of all tournament games. Any single forfeiture occurring after completion of roundrobin games, involving either the medal play or the placement games, will also cause a team to be disqualified for the remainder of the tournament.
E) In the event of a forfeit then the following scoring statistics shall be awarded:
1) The score of the game shall be recorded as 1 to 0, with the forfeiting team awarded a loss for the game and the opposing team shall be awarded two points (a victory for the game).
2) The forfeiting team (loser), while still admitted to round-robin play, is penalized a minus 2 points (-2) for that game, which must be deducted from their accumulated points total for the round robin.
6. Structure of World Championship Games
A) All World Championships for roller inline hockey shall begin with pool play (round-robin) in which all participating teams shall qualify for order and selection to participate in the Championship medal games. Pool play may consist of one or more groups in which every team assigned to the group plays all other teams in that group. A predetermined number of teams finishing highest in the group will go on to play in the Championship medal games and the non-qualifying teams will compete for the final places remaining.
B) The Championship medal games shall be conducted as single elimination matches, with winners advancing and the losing teams playing placement games to determine their final championship positioning. No ties are permitted in medal competitions and shall be determined by sudden death (first team to score wins) overtime periods.
7. Round-robin Pool Play
The number of groups into which World Championship participating teams are divided for round-robin pool play shall be according to the chart below:
# Teams Pools/Teams Per Teams to Finals # Pool Games Finals Games Playback Games Total Games…
8. Seeding of Teams
A) When the total team entry shall make it necessary to use a modified “round robin”, teams will be seeded into two or more groups so that each group has “equal” strength which is based on their final placement at the previous year’s World Championships. The teams will be assigned to groups arranged according to serpentine positioning as shown below. When a team from the previous year’s World Championship does not participate, their position is closed up and the serpentine continues with those teams that have competed in both championships.
B) The National Teams that did not compete in the previous World Championships will be arranged in alphabetical order according to the English spelling of the country’s name and added to the serpentine, which continues until all teams are assigned to a group. For example, assume that 18 teams are competing. The teams would be grouped as shown after seeding has been determined:
Group 1 Group 2 Group 3
1st 2nd 3rd
6th 5th 4th
7th 8th 9th
A 11th 10th
9. Round-Robin Game Scoring and Tie Breakers
A) In compiling the results of pool play, games within the pool that finish tied, shall remain tied and points for each game awarded as follows:
Two (2) points to the game winner
One (1) point for a tie game
Zero (0) points to the loser
Minus (-2) points for a forfeit
B) The placement of teams within each pool shall be according to the most number of points accumulated in round-robin play. If after addition of points, two or more teams are determined to possess an equal amount of points during pool play, the team’s position is determined as follows:
C) The victor of the head-to-head competition in the round-robin shall be awarded the higher placement position.
D) If a tie still results, the team with the lowest total number of goals-allowed for the entire play-off round shall be used to determine position for the tied teams.
E) If a tie remains, the lowest total of goals-allowed in common wins among the tied teams, during all games in the group competition, will determine the group positions.
F) If a tie still results, the highest total of goals scored in common losses among the tied teams will determine their positions.
G) If teams are tied after applying the above criteria, a shoot-out will take place.
10. Medal Round Competition
A) Single Elimination: The pre-quarter finals (if required), quarter finals, semi finals and final games of medal round competition will be conducted as single elimination matches. If a team loses a game in the pre-quarter finals or quarter finals, they are eliminated from any further advancement in Medal Play. Ties are to be decided by sudden death overtime according to provisions of Rule 73b. The two semi finals losing teams will play for the Bronze Medal; and the semi-final winners play for the Gold Medal, with the loser of this match receiving the Silver Medal.
B) Direct to Quarter Finals from One or Two Pools: When championship play consists of 16 or fewer teams, the top eight teams will be placed in the quarter finals bracket according to the seeding determined by round-robin play. With single pool round-robin play, the first place finisher plays the last qualifying place, and so on through the remaining qualifiers. When round-robin play consists of two pools, the top seed in pool A will play the bottom qualifying seed in pool B, and so on, matching first place in one pool with last place in the other.
C) Structure of Pre-Quarter Finals from Three Pools: When championship round-robin play consists of 3 pools, 12 teams qualify and pre-quarter finals are required. The winning team from each of the 3 pools will receive a bye into the quarter-finals. The 4th bye will be awarded to that team placing 2nd in its pool with: a) The best percentage of points earned divided by maximum points possible. If a tie exists between pools, b) The second place team with the lowest average of goals-allowed per game in round-robin play shall draw the bye. c) Should a tie still remain, a shoot out will be held among all remaining 2nd place round-robin teams that are tied for receipt of this bye. The remaining 8 qualifying teams will be seeded according to their respective placements into the prequarter final round, with the winners of each match advancing to face one of the 4 teams receiving the byes. Where possible, rematches of round-robin pool opponents will be avoided in pre-quarter final and quarter finalmatches.
D). Structure of Pre-Quarter Finals from Four Pools: When championship round-robin play consists of 4 pools, pre-quarter finals are required. The 3 highest placements in each of the 4 pools will advance to medal play. The winning team from each of the 4 pools will receive a bye into the quarter-finals. The remaining 8 qualifying teams will be seeded into the pre-quarter final round, with the winners of each match advancing to face one of the 4 teams receiving the byes.
11. Placement Games for World Championships
Those teams not advancing to compete in medal competition from the preliminary pool play will play additional matches to determine their overall Championship positions. These games will take place in increments of 2, 3 or 4 team units based upon their equivalent round-robin group rankings. The placement games will determine their ultimate position within their selected group strata. Where there were two groups in the round robin, a four team match is possible which pits the higher placement team against the next lower placement team from the other group. The losers of these four team match-ups play for the lower of the open placements and the winners for the two higher positions. In a three team match, each team will play the other in a mini-round robin to fill these open positions. This procedure of layered competition will be repeated until all teams from the round-robin that are no longer competing for championship medals have been placed.

12. Game Officials
A) There will be two referees used in each game at the World Championship. They will share responsibilities; however, the first one listed on the game sheet will be designated Chief Referee to be final authority on violations that may involve controversy among officials. Other required officials include a time keeper, scorekeeper and a penalty box attendant that will be responsible for notifying the players of the expiration of their penalty time.
B) CHIEF REFEREE - A certified CIRILH “A” International Referee, who shall be in complete charge of the game, players, all other officials, spectators and venue, responsible only to the jurisdictional authority of the CIRILH Committee. The Chief Referee’s game decisions shall be final.
C) REFEREE - A certified CIRILH International Referee appointed to assist the Chief Referee.
D) GOAL JUDGE - Shall indicate when a goal is scored and carry out any other duties as assigned by the Chief Referee. This official is optional and such use during medal round matches shall be determined by the CIRILH.
13. Protests
A) A protest made to the referee will not be valid unless made on the rink by the captain of the protesting team, and the referee will immediately inform the captain of the opposing team. Once the referee in charge of the match has ruled on an incident occurring during the course of play, this decision will stand unless an official letter of protest seeking to overturn this ruling is filed with the President of the CIRILH, along with a protest fee of $US100 (or the equivalent in some other currency). The CIRILH will then investigate the protest. If it is upheld, the fee will be returned in full to the complainant. However, should the CIRILH determine the protest to be unjustified, the complainant will forfeit the fee.
B) In the case of administrative protests (bad condition of the rink, player’s equipment, unqualified players, etc.), only those made to the referee BEFORE the start of a match are valid. The referee will then advise the captains of both teams that the match is being played under protest. All protests must be confirmed by official letter addressed to the CIRILH President, accompanied by the necessary fee, within one and a half (1-1/2) hours of the end of the game. When sufficient time exists prior to the start of a game for settlement of such administrative protests, these will then become under the immediate jurisdiction of the CIRILH.
C) Each participating federation has the right to lodge protests against any incidents (arbitrary or otherwise) which may arise during the course of the Championships. For a protest to be valid, it must be written and presented to the President of the CIRILH or his legal representative, not later than three (3) hours after the incident.
D) All appeals (described in A. above) of the referee's decision must be filed in writing and submitted no later than three hours after the incident to a member of the CIRILH Executive Committee, along with an appeal fee of $US100.

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