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Welcome to Brixen, South Tyrol 16th Unicycle-World Championship 2012

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Dear participants, supervisors, and spectators – I welcome you warmly! For years, unicycling has gained in importance. Thanks to an increasing number of unicyclists, it now enjoys immense popularity: Carrying out the world championship in our province is a visible sign.

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The organizers are looking forward to welcoming 2,000 athletes and to enjoying exciting competitions. They have done their best to provide ideal conditions and are very well known for their good reputation, as well as their hospitality. These factors assure that everybody involved, be it those responsible, participants, and spectators, enjoy the 16th world championship as a fair and successful competition.

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For the first time, the Unicycle-World Championship will take place in South Tyrol. Nearly 2,000 participants from over 35 countries will fight for the title in 30 disciplines.

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It is with great pleasure that I’m welcoming the participants of the Unicycle World Championships Unicon16 in Brixen. Over 2.000 athletes from all around the world will be competing from July 20 – 31, 2012 at various sights in town and in the beautiful mountain area surrounding us. We are looking forward to seeing some really exciting races and trials, everyone giving their best at excelling.

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These past years Brixen has already been venue for several large sports events, so as the IAAF - Word Youth Championships 2009. And so I’m much delighted to once again seeing our hometown being transformed into the place of gettogether in a spirit of friendship and mutual enthusiasm for sports. The expected numbers might draw us some idea of what is about to happen: 3.000 guests of all ages from 0 - 99, more than 30 different disciplines, 12 day of program from 8 am till 12 pm, 400 competitions, 25 hours of price-giving ceremonies with a total of 1.400 medals, 256 trophies and 9 group-cups, etc.

Albert Pürgstaller Mayor

A truly special event is awaiting us! Special thanks go to the organizers of UNICON, for all their commitment in making this fantastic event happen. I wish all guests a wonderful stay in our town and hope the participants will enjoy thrilling competitions - best of luck to them! Albert Pürgstaller Mayor

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Unicon16 is going to be an extraordinary convention. We, the organizers of Unicon16, are looking forward to not only hold the World Championships but also make a great Unicycle Convention happen. As the name Unicycling Convention & World Championship suggests, the focus of the event lies on the get-together, as well as the competition. At UniCon16, you can not only win medals, but mostly friends and experiences you’ll be able to tell all your life. This is why Unicon16 will have a lot of room for all kinds of meetings, workshops and time to have fun. Unicon16 wants to promote Unicycling as a sport; the best place to do that is where unicyclists from all over the world are present, meet and ride together. We want to present you Unicon16 as a great unicycle fest, a unique experience, a dream coming true. We warmly welcome you to this dream. Enjoy your stay in Brixen South Tirol. Welcome to Unicon16!

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Useful information About Brixen Emergency Numbers Emergency: tel. 118 Police: tel. 112 Hospital Hospital-Brixen is close to the HockeyGym. Emergency Room is open 24/7 Dantestraße 51, 39042 Brixen, Tel. 0472 812 111.

Transportation City-Bus Brixen: City-Bus costs 1,20 Euro. With the Brixen-Card it can be used for free. Bus “3” will bring you to Unicon16 area, your bus stop is “Sportzone Süd” You can buy tickets in the registration area from July 19th–20th.

Water Tap water is safe to drink.

Regional Buses-SAD: The main bus terminal is located at the crossing Kreuzgasse, Dantestraße in front of the University. You can take buses to all directions from there. You can buy your ticket on the bus. Most buses leave Brixen hourly between :10 and :20 (www.sii.bz.it/en). It is allowed to bring your unicycle on the bus for free.

Smoking and alcohol Smoking in all public indoor buildings is not allowed. Alcohol is not allowed in sports-locations. It can not be sold to anyone under 16 years old in Italy.

Train-Station: There are lots of Regional-Trains heading north to Brenner and south to Bozen nearly every hour. Get your ticket before you get on the train.

Pharmacy There are four drugstores in Brixen; the easiest to find is “Apotheke Peer” in Adlerbrückengasse 4.

Taxi: 24 hours; tel. 0472 835666 Tourist Information Tourist Information Office can be found in Regensburger Allee 9 in Brixen. www.brixen.org Shopping: Mon-Fri 9-12 and 15-19, Saturday 9-12, Sunday closed. Supermarkets in Brixen: Despar, Eurospin Mobile Phone Vodafone Via Dante 35/A, 39042 Brixen Languages spoken in Brixen Native languages are German and Italian, however German is used most. Many people can understand English.

Von alpin bis mediterran. Atmosfere alpine e mediterranee.

Rund um die mittelalterliche Bischofsstadt im Herzen Südtirols ist zu jeder Jahreszeit viel los. Hier mischen sich Alt-Südtiroler Stadtkulisse und italienischer Lebensgenuss mit 300 südlichen Sonnentagen und alpiner Bergidylle. Diese einzigartige Verbindung von Nord und Süd und das Neben- und Miteinander von Stadt und Berg, Bauerntradition und mittelalterlichem Glaubenszentrum, italienischer Lebenslust und Südtiroler Gemütlichkeit gibt Brixen seinen besonderen Stempel. Daraus entstehen unverfälschte Genussangebote: beim Cappuccino auf der Piazza ebenso wie in Restaurant und Weinkeller oder beim Shopping in historischen Laubengängen. Die Bergnatur in und um Brixen ermöglicht jeden Alpinsport in Ihrem Urlaub. Grüne Tallagen, aussichtsreiche Bergterrassen und Mittelgebirge, der Aktiv- und Skiberg Plose, die Dolomiten – alles ist in nächster Nähe. Mit der BrixenCard doppelt profitieren statt zahlen. L’antica città vescovile di Bressanone nel cuore dell’Alto Adige riserva tante sorprese in ogni stagione. Qui si fondono armoniosamente tradizione e modernità, clima mediterraneo e fascino alpino. Questa fusione fra nord e sud, fra città e montagna, tradizione rurale e fede religiosa, savoir-faire italiano e ospitalità sudtirolese, conferiscono a Bressanone un’impronta unica, assicurando momenti di pura delizia: il cappuccino in piazza, la degustazione in un ristorante o in una cantina, lo shopping sotto gli antichi Portici. La meravigliosa natura montana intorno a Bressanone permette ogni tipo di sport. Verdi conche vallive, terrazze panoramiche, il comprensorio sciistico della Plose, lo splendido scenario delle Dolomiti – tutto è a portata di mano. Tanti vantaggi senza costi con la BrixenCard! Tourismusverein Brixen - Associazone Turistica Bressanone Regensburger Allee 9 Viale Ratisbona, 39042 Brixen-Bressanone, Tel. +39 0472 836401, www.brixen.org

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About Unicon16 Unicon16 Info Address: Fischzuchtweg 21, 39042 Brixen; info@unicon16.it Rules for all Gyms (Freestye, Workshop, Hockey, Basketball and Trials): >> Please respect the opening times. >> Clean shoes >> No marking tires. >> No metal pedals in all gyms beside the Trials-Hall. >> No food or drinks inside the gyms. Unicycle Parking No Unicycles are allowed on stairs or in emergency ways. Please use the “Unicycle Parking” next to the InfoWall for your unicycle while watching events.

Changing Rooms It’s possible to use the changing rooms from 8am to 22 pm. We do have changing rooms in the Freestyle gym which will be used only for freestyle. The changing rooms in the Trials hall can be used for the other competitions. Party Glass bottles and alcohol are prohibited in all sport locations. We will have fresh, tasty non-alcoholic drinks served at “Trendybar” next to our big tent. As our sports locations will close at night we ask you to party at Club-Max that is just next door and is opened from July 21 till 2 or 4 o’clock at night. Parking It is not allowed to sleep in cars or put up tents anywhere beside Campgrounds.

Hostels Smoking and alcohol is not allowed inside the hostels. Insurance and Liability Each participant takes part in all disciplines at their own risk. Riders are liable for damages that they cause to themselves or others. The organizer of Uncion16 assumes no liability for any loss, injury or damage to any person or property. Each participant further declares that he can not assert claims for damage to the surface or any injuries against the organizer and the affected communities, landowners or their representatives. The organizer of Unicon16 reserve the right to change the program and to cancel events due the weather conditions do not allow to run the event. The homepage www.unicon16.it is the official source of information of the event. On this website and on the info wall at the Infopoint, changes will be published.

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Busshuttle Muni Lajen, start in front of the main entrance. Bring your bus-ticket and be on time.

Handwalk Carlotta Linden

Freestyle Coaches: Create methodical steps for training Peter Hahn

Info In Lajen we have on this day a village festival.

Daily Munitour: Lajen- Klausen

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The sunniest resort of the Dolomites­—just closed by the Val Gardena. Appropriate starting point for cycling and hiking in the Dolomites, as well as skiing in the Winter by the ski resort Dolomitisuperski. The Dolomites are part of the UNESCO World Heritage.

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Freestyle Coaching Magnus Petersen-Paaske

How to build an Ultimate Wheel yourself Klaus Reef Unicon16 Group Photo - great unicycle shape Paper Planes Felix Dietze, Felix Büning Learn the Bootdance Thomas Gossmann Gladiator Thomas Tiercy

Limbo Contest Rocco Schulz, Bernd Möller, Patrizia Imholz, Manuela Arnold, Gregor Paul Hide and Seek 2 Felix Dietze, Felix Büning

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Improvised Group Freestyle Danish Freestyle Team (Tania Olsen) Technical Training and Skill Levels Thomas ‚gossi‘ Gossmann Highjump for Girls Mary Wegscheider Theatre on Unicycle Ulli Wegscheider Daily Munitour: Muni back to Brixen Fun Games and Competitions 5 Felix Dietze, Felix Büning

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Special rules for Unicon16 Track-Races This description provides a short overview over the various track race unicycle disciplines at Unicon16 and their procedures. The detailed rules and descriptions are defined within the IUF- Rulebook 2012 and within the event instructions and track race information of Unicon16. All competitors must study these event specific rules of the rule book and all published track race event instructions and track race information before participating in the competition. Location and Time Schedule The track races are being held at the Fischzucht athletics stadium. We have 5 days for all the track race competitions, which are scheduled as follows:

Obligatory Protection Knee pads, shoes, gloves and helmets must be worn during all track races and also during warm-up practice in the stadium. Only for the slow races no protection is necessary. Not wearing proper safety equipment is a reason for disqualification in this event.

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21st July: special track race starting workshop to practice starting with false start monitoring system. 23rd July: age group races 100m races, in parallel IUFSlalom (obstacle) and Slow-Races 24th and 25th July: age group races one foot, wheel walk, relay races, 400m and 800m 26th July: track race finals 29th July: track coasting including final

General Information for all Track Race Disciplines Unicycle Racks Due to security reasons, there may not be any unicycles at the stands. Unicycles must be parked at the special racks. Please make sure that all emergency exits and stairways are free from unicycles. Unicycles placed on stairways or at emergency exits will be removed immediately. Tracks / Starting Zone In order to run the track competitions smoothly, only athletes are being allowed on the track. Coaches and spectators may watch from the stands. 32

(former name: Obstacle) The IUF-Slalom consists of 10 cones which the competitor must ride around in the correct pattern. Cones may be hit, but not knocked over. The course must be followed correctly, including the direction of turns. The last cone must be completely circled before the rider’s time is taken at the finish line. Each rider has two attempts and the better one is taken for the ranking.

Timing and Event Specific Judging For 100m, 400m, 800m, One Foot and Wheel Walk races an especially for unicycling racing developed timing system is used including false start monitoring per individual lane. This system was developed by the Swiss Unicycle Racing Union. We are very happy to use this perfect system to run an as fair as possible competition. To make sure that we do not get any running starts not caught by this electronic system, we have at least two judges at the starting line in addition, only watching out for running starts. Running starts will be handled like false starts detected by the electronic system. The One-Foot 5m line will be also monitored by video to have an objective judging possibility in case of any uncertainties. Heats / Starts / Finish Line Only ONE false start is tolerated per heat. Riders causing the second or further false starts will be directly disqualified, even if it was their first one personally. In all races with defined lane per rider, leaving the lane results in disqualification. The finish line must be crossed with the complete unicycle and under full control before dismounting. Any dismount before will result in disqualification. In general remounting is only allowed in relay and 800m discipline.

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50m One Foot Riders pedal with both feet for the first 5 meters, but must be pedaling with only one foot after crossing the 5m line. The non-pedaling foot may be braced against the unicycle fork, or extended.

Wheel Walk 30m Wheel Walk / 10m Wheel Walk (0-10) Riders start mounted, with their feet on the tire, and ride the unicycle only by pushing the tire with their feet. No contact with pedals or crank arms is allowed.

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Slow Races Slow Forward: The object is to ride in a continuously forward motion as slowly as possible without stopping, going backward, hopping, or twisting more than 45 degrees to either side. Two different board sizes are used: Age 0-10: 10m x 30cm. Age 11+: 10m x 15cm. Slow Backward: This is the same as the slow forward race except that 0-10 ride on 60cm wide area and 11+ ride on a 30cm wide board. Track Coasting: Is an event to determine which rider coasts the furthest distance. Riders must not touch any part of their tires, wheels or pedals after the starting line while coasting. The farthest coasting distance wins. The distance is measured to the rearmost part of the rider that touches the ground when dismounting, or to the rear of the tire where the rider stops coasting. Remounting is not allowed. Riders get two attempts. If a rider crosses the coasting line (front of the tire) not in coasting position, he or she is disqualified from that attempt. Event Direktor: Andreas Rodler

Standstill Goal Balance as long as possible on your unicycle freely without riding. Standstill-stand The Stillstand-stand is located in the Trials hall in the area T4. The participant stands with his unicycle on a base plate (15x9cm) and is not allowed to ride off the plate. Left and right of the participant are two handles. When the participant lets go of both handles time starts running. The time stops when the participant touches the handles. Rules >> The time will be measured by competitors touching the handles. >> If a participant leaves the base plate without touching the handles beforehand, the attempt does not count. >> Only attempts longer than 20 seconds are counted. >> Each participant has 2 minutes to start a valid attempt. >> Both feet must be on the pedals. >> The top three participants have the opportunity to improve their best time once again in the final. If this fails, then the best time is from the regular season for ranking. Start time Free start time during these hours: >> July 24: 8:00-12:00 and 15:00-20:00 >> July 25: 8:00-12:00 Finals of top 3 over all will be held on July 25 at 18:00 in the Freestyle gym. Event Director: Manfred PĂśtz

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Long distance 10 km Time-Race The 10km race is the first official competition of Unicon16 and one of the disciplines with the most participants. The 10km race starts in the morning of July 21st in small groups of 3 riders.

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The finish is in the stadium, but spectators may also cheer for the participants along the last kilometer as well. Especially in the final section, participants can use your support because the final stretch is very long. Cheering will not be possible at the beginning of the race since the start area is very narrow, and bounded on two sides by a fence.

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Start The start is next to the swimming pool in Klausen and is 10km from the finish. Shuttle buses will take you from the Unicon16 bus stop next to the stadium to the start of the race. There are two classes of wheel sizes: 24 inch standard and „unlimited class“.

Track The trail follows the cycle path along the river Eisack directly to the stadium. The route runs along the river, without a lot of turns. It is almost entirely on asphalt. Only a short distance in the habitat (400m) is not asphalt, but packed gravel and is easy to ride. A very long stretch of the road leads next to the stadium. The route is marked with red arrows and tape, and leaves the bike path only for the end route to the stadium for the finish. Overtaking is possible on the whole route without any problems. The finish is at the stadium, on the tartan track. You have to ride half a lap to the finish line. The route is slightly uphill, the finish is 50 meters higher than the start. On the route there are a few hot dog stands, but no official waterstops of Unicon16. Protective Clothing At the 10 km race helmets, knee pads, shoes and hand protectors and starting number at the front is compulsory. World Record Since the track has too much height difference between start and finish, the times on this route will be recognized as an official IUF world record. Event Director: Diego Farina

Shuttle We organized buses to bring you from Brixen to Klausen to start. The trip takes about 20 minutes. We arrange your bus by your starting time. Please check the time of your bus on the bus ticket in your registration-bag . The first buses start at 7:30 for unlimited class, last bus leaves Brixen at 11:00. Any bags - marked with your starting number - that you do not want to take with you for the race can be dropped at the table where you get your timing chip. They will be transported by shuttle bus to the finish at the stadium in Brixen.

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Track The marathon course runs along the bike path and follows the river Talfer downstream. Then the bike path follows the river Eisack upstream. We leave the city of Bolzano quickly. During the first 8 km there are some art objects next to the path bike. The old railway line is used as a bike path and there are some tunnels on the way to Brixen. On the way to Brixen a few places like Kollmann, Ponte Gardena and Klausen will be crossed. From Klausen, we use the same route as the 10km race. Transport Buses take the competitors from the stadium in Brixen to the start in Bozen. Please check your bus ticket in the registration bag for exact departure time. The shuttle bus takes about 40 minutes. Categories The scoring is done in two wheel size classes: 700c (29”) and the unlimited class. >> 29“ wheels are allowed up to a maximum diameter of 768mm . The crank length is not limited. Unicycles with gears are not allowed. >> in the unlimited class, all unicycles are allowed Timing The race is timed using a chip on foot, and starts with a mass start. The race number must be clearly visible on the chest

The „unlimited class“ starts first. Afterwards the 24“ standard class will start. As the track is very narrow at the start, the race will start in very small groups of 3 participants. Every 30 seconds a group of riders will start. The track follows the river side of the Eisack River. Each participant is responsible for their timely appearance at the start. An athlete who does not arrive in time has his start canceled; he is not allowed to start later. Timing / rules The race is timed using a chip at the foot. It is started in small groups. The start time is published on the starting list for each participant. Your starting number must be on your front. You get your timekeeping chip in Klausen before the start. The timekeeping chip must be attached with Velcro at the ankle. Participants can only start with a chip on the foot. For timing at the finish line, the position of the chip will be recorded and not the position of the wheel. The chip must be mounted at the foot (not fixed to the unicycle). 10km race starts with the typical start beep. A early start during the start beep will result in a 10 second time penalty.

northern end of Bolzano. A shuttle bus will take participants to the start. Please note the departure time of your bus on your bus ticket.

Finish The finish is in the stadium in Brixen.

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Team size Three different classes are possible >> solo >> team: 2-4 riders >> team: 5-12 riders For teams it is allowed to change riders every lap. there is a specially marked area in the stadium to change. Route The start is at the stadium. The track is an 8.4 km long circuit, which must be run 12 times. The route runs along both sides of the river Eisack and goes through the Unicon16 Stadium. Inside the stadium will be the water-stop and the zone to change riders for the teams.The track is very flat and has little but sharp turns; a part of the route is packed gravel and easy forest floor with small roots, but is easy to handle with a 36-inch unicycle. Start / Finish Start will begin as a mass start. The finish line is in the stadium. Timing The race is timed with timing chips at the foot of the riders. Teams get two timing chips which allows participants to swap quickly without stopping. Both chips have to be returned after the race at the finish line. Requirements Competitors of the 100 km race must wear helmet, knee pads, shoes and hand guards, and the start number on the front. Event director: Diego Farina

Requirements In the marathon race helmets, knee pads, shoes and hand protectors, and the starting number in front are required. IUF world record There is a height difference of 200 meters between the start and the finish. For this reason the time can not apply for an IUF World Record. Event Director: Diego Farina

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The unicycle marathon will take place on Sunday, July 29th. Over 200 unicyclists will try to ride more than 43 km as fast as possible. Start is in Bozen/Bolzano, the finish is in Brixen/Bressanone.

The 100km race is a new discipline. It is the first time that it is being held at a Unicon. Never before at a Unicycle World Championships was a race that was as far as this competition. The exciting thing: both teams, as well as a single riders can start. The race takes place on a circuit in Brixen with the finish in the Unicon16 stadium. The 100km race is the final discipline of Unicon16 and leads to the farewell party.

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It is possible to cheer for the riders in some places on the track. Note: The shuttle bus brings the participants to the start, but the bus does not go back to Brixen. Spectators who want to see the start, need to use public transport for this reason, or go by car to the start.

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the route free for other competitors; the unicycle must be pushed there.

Muni The Muni-competitions are held over two days. One day in Lajen on July 22nd with Cross Country, MuniObstacles and Downhill Gliding. The second Muni day is on the Plose Mountain on July 28th, with Muni Uphill, Muni Downhill Lajen The Muni disciplines take place around the sports field Lajen. Close by there is a festival tent and a pizzeria. A parking lot is right next to the sports field. There are some good spots around the Cross Country course to cheer for the riders Plose Plose is a 2550 meters high mountain and the closest mountain to Brixen. The Uphill race is at about 2000m and starts in the morning. In the afternoon the Downhill race starts. The gondola bottom station is 500 meters above Brixen and brings us to the mountain station at 2,000. On July 28th there is a mountain farmers’ market around Plose Station. Along the track there are many good spots to watch the racers. Please always stay outside the marked Downhill track.

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The cross country course starts on the football field in Lajen. The track is a 3.5 km long round course that needs to be done once or twice by the competitors. It is possible to watch the riders along the route at many spots.

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Route The route runs on different surfaces on dirt, forest soil, rocks, grass, wood and some asphalt. Police tape and blue arrows mark the track. You can see the round course and a height profile of the lap on page 14. All female competitors do one lap and male competitors 0-14 run one lap too. Male participants older than 15 may take two laps. If one lap is enough, your result will be listed behind all riders that did two rounds. A wooden ramp leads from the track in the finish area. Do not ride over the ramp to go for your second lap. The finish of the Cross Country is a big finish banner on the football field.. Start July 22, 9-12 in small groups by starting time. Starting time is posted on the info-wall. Rules Running is prohibited on the entire route. Walking is only permitted beside the track. If you can not ride a section, you have to walk outside of the tapes to keep 36

Watch for other competitors on the course. Make space for faster riders and allow them to pass. There should be enough space to pass on the whole Cross Country course. Timing Chip at ankles. Chips will be handed out in Lajen before you start. Chips need to be returned at the finish line. Start by starting times. Event Director: Willi Ploner

Muni obstacle Muni obstacle is a new discipline at Unicon16. This event will be held in Lajen on a sloping lawn above the football field. On the meadow are several obstacles related to South Tyrol, mountains and farmers. Obstacles are set in a circular course. This is a fun competition.

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You can see the whole slope from the bottom. A fence marks the course. You can cheer on the riders from outside the fence.

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There is a easy and a heavy route. This Discipline will be scored by points for dismounts on sections of the course. A marshal will follow you on the obstacle course. The points are entered on a scorecard. You may have a second attempt on obstacles that you can not do on the first attempt. Make sure you do not interfere with other riders. The track is limited on both sides with a fence. Touching the fence is a minus point. Start July 22nd, 11-17 o’clock; free start time The simple obstacle course is for all participants 0-14 and all female competitors. Male 15+ go for the difficult course. Competitors who select the the easy course will be ranked behind the difficult course. Protection Helmet, gloves, knee pads, shin guards Event Director: Willi Ploner

Muni Uphill Muni Uphill will be on July 28th. It will take place on Plose Mountain. Plose is Brixen’s local mountain; from the top of the mountain you can see the Unicon16 stadium.

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With your bus ticket a shuttle bus brings you from Unicon16 over to the gondola. You can also drive your car up to Plose Bottom Station in St. Andrä. The gondola will bring you up to 2000m. The Uphill start is a 5 min walk from the top station. Follow the blue arrows to get from the top station of the gondola to the Uphill start.

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Start The start is at 2000m, on Alpine Meadow. The race will start in heats of 10 riders with starts every 3 minutes. Starting order and time is prescribed. Check the starting list. Timing / rules Uphill race starts with the typical start beep. An early start during the start beep will result in a 10 second time penalty. Timing is with chips on the rider’s foot. Riders that take longer than 15 min will be disqualified. It is not allowed to walk a single meter uphill. You have to ride the entire way. If you dismount you are allowed to mount again on the same spot or lower. You get your timekeeping chip at the top station of the gondola. The timekeeping chip must be attached with velcro at the ankle. Participants can only start with a chip on the foot. For timing at the finish line the position of the chip will be recorded, not the position of the wheel. Your starting number must be on your front. Shuttle We have organized buses to bring you from the Unicon16 area to the Gondola Station. Check your Bus ticket for the time of your Bus. The Gondola will bring you to the top. To get from the station to the Uphill start will take you more than one hour. Please check your bus ticket in your registration bag for your starting time. Track Uphill will be on an alpine meadow. The track is up a ski slope; it is grass all the way to the top. The track is at least 460 meters long and about 20m wide. The top is 80m higher than the start. Protective Clothing For Muni Uphill helmets, knee pads, shoes and hand protectors and starting number at the front are compulsory. Event Director: Willi Ploner

Downhill Muni-Dowhnill race is on 28th of July at Plose Mountain. There are two routes, normal and expert. The routes have a common start close to the top station of the Gondola and also a common finish slightly above the Bottom station.

Practice You can go for a practice run every time during Unicon16. The bus from Brixen leaves at 8:13 hourly till 19:13. The Gondola is running every day from 9:00 to 12:00 and from 13:00 to 18:00. Rules Pay attention to other competitors and help injured participants. Report it to the next marshals. Make space for faster riders to pass by you. At difficult sections it is allowed to dismount and walk around, running is not allowed. Walking competitors must stay out of the way of riding competitors. Stay always on the marked track and hand back your timing chip after the finish line. Quit Participants who quit on the track have to report this to an official track marshal of our mountain rescue. Always come down to the finish line and return your timing chip. Participants who do not hand back their chip will cause a large search operation on the mountain. Downhill Track Normal Is a forest path, it is rocky, and some sections are steep. The track is about 5,8 km long and it will take you at least 20 min to get to the finish riding fast. The path is always wide enough to pass other riders. The track is marked with blue arrows (see map on page 23). Expert The expert track follows a hiking path that is very steep. It has lots of turns and some narrow sections. It is all the way downhill, has lots of roots and rocks on the way. It is a technical ambitious and only for experienced muni riders. The track is about 4,1km long. Make sure you do a practice run (see map on page 23). Protection Obligatory: Helmet, knee pads, shin guards, gloves and / or wrist guards Awards The results will be posted at the Info Wall. The awards ceremony will be done in the Freestyle gym in the evening at 20’o clock.

Competitors

The first Shuttle Buses start at 7:00, check your exact bus time on your bus ticket. Start Start is at 14:00, by start time in heats. Make sure you are at the start on time. In one heat there are always five starters for the normal route and 2 starters for the expert route. Only participants of the Expert race compete for the world championship title. Riders of normal downhill will get some age group awards. Within the first few meters after the start, the track separates into normal and expert routes, and will come back together just before the finish line

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Spectators

To keep the performing environment clean and provide maximum room for spectators, unicycles and luggage may not be brought into the gym. The gym has space for approximately 1000 spectators, which is why only registered participants of Unicon16 are being allowed to watch. The entrance for spectators is opposite the Infopoint and marked with the sign “Freestyle Spectators”. You can leave your unicycle at our Unicycle Parking space next to the Infowall.

Competitors

We have allowed a generous time to fit the scheduled performances and judging time. This should allow enough time to warm up for each age group. There are 10 changing rooms for the competitors. There is a entrance for competitors on ground floor under the spectators-entrance marked with “Freestyle Competitors” >> >> >> >>

The floor of the gym is new and blue, as used for handball. The performing space is 20x17 Technical judging area 14x11 These two squares will be marked.

It is possible to practice in the gym on 20th July in the afternoon.

Individual Freestyle

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Freestyle

Pair Freestyle is being held July 21, each from 8 a.m. to 12 and form 3p.m. to 9 p.m. at Freestyle gym. Agegroups: 0-12, 13-14, 15-16, 17-18, 19+ We will have Wold Champions in the Category Junior Expert and Expert.

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Individual Freestyle is being held on July 24th and 25th at Freestyle gym. On July 24, all riders of age groups: female 0-12, 13-14, 15-16 and male 0-14, 15-16 and junior Expert are competing. At the same time, track races of age groups 17+ are being held. On July 25, competitions of age groups: female 17-18, 19-20, 21+ and male 17+ and Expert are held simultaneously to track races of age groups 16 and under. It is possible to practice in the Freestyle gym from 12 to 15 on competition days. Event director: John Foss Freestyle Chief Judge: Haruko Matsunaga

Practice It is possible to practice at Freestyle-gym on: >> July 20 in the afternoon >> July 22 groups can practice from 8-12 and 15-20 Judges We need judges, both experienced and new. Now is a great time to learn about Freestyle judging, and workshops will be offered. Judges with previous experience must also attend the judging workshops to judge at Unicon16. Come and represent the sport by helping to ensure a fair and accurate result and to spread Freestyle back to your local riding home.

Group Freestyle Group Freestyle competitions are being held at the Freestyle gym at July 23 2012. Group Freestyle is one of the major events at Unicon16. A whole day July 23 is scheduled for Group Freestyle. At the same time, 100m track races are being held, which is why we scheduled the groups in a special way, in order to prevent overlapping. Performing space for groupes: 26x20m. Morning >> 8:00 – 12:00 age group 0 – 14 Afternoon >> 15:00 – 19:00 age group 15+ >> 19:00 – 21:00 Expert groups

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Team sports Basketball Greetings Unicycle Basketball fans! Some of the competitors are coming to Unicon solely to compete in basketball; for others basketball is just one the many activities they want to enjoy at Unicon. Accordingly, there will be two separate unicycle basketball tournaments. The A tournament consists of the best 16 teams which are competing for the title of the World Champion. The level of play will be the best in the world and intense. The B tournament will focus more on fun than on serious competition to allow people to experience the joy of unicycle basketball in a more relaxed competition. For the A tournament, at the beginning of Unicon there will be a meeting of all team captains and designated referees in the basketball gym. Each team’s captain and designated referee (or referees) must be present. This meeting is tentatively scheduled for Sat., July 21 at 13:00. Please check the online schedule (see link below) for the latest updated information. There will be a review of the tournament procedures as well as the rules. The Basketball competitions are being held in the CONI gym. The Basketball gym has 3 courts. Basic Schedule >> A Tournament: July 23 -27, 2012. Final: July 27 at 15:00 >> B Tournament: July 29-30, 2012 Tournament and Number of Games The A Tournament will have 16 teams. Those teams are divided into four groups/pools based on our best estimate of their ranking based on past performance in previous competitions. We are currently planning to have a round-robin in each pool, i.e., each team plays all three of the other teams in its pool. At the end of the round-robin, each team will be ranke 1 thru 4 in its pool based on its record (win-tie-loss), and point differentials will be used to break ties. The next stage will be a single-elimination playoff with all the teams, with the highest ranking teams playing the lowest ranking teams. So, each team in the A tournament will play a minimum of 4 games. Schedule and Length of Games All games will start as scheduled (even if players are not ready); teams that have fewer than 4 players on the court at the start of the game time will forfeit. Preliminary games will consist of two 10 minute running halves, with a maximum of 1 minute between halves. Quarterfinal and semifinal games will consist of two 20 minute running halves, with 4 minutes between halves (quarterfinal game duration subject to change based on court availability). The final game will have 25 minute halves with a 5 minute halftime. The clock will only stop for time-outs except during the last two minutes of the second half (unless a team 40

is behind by more than 15 points). Ties in playoff games will be decided by 4 minutes of overtime play. Each team will have one 30 second time-out in the preliminary games and two 60 second time-outs during the finals. Rules and Referees The IUF Rulebook, Section 7 will be used. Each team is required to provide two referees who must be trained at a Basketball Referee Workshop. These two referees can be players from the team or two other individuals who are present at Unicon. A mandatory referee workshop will be held before the tournament on Saturday, July 21st, 2012 at 6pm. Players with questions or concerns about the rules are encouraged to attend. Number of Players Each team is allowed a maximum of ten players, but only five can be playing at any given time. Substitutions are only allowed during a dead ball by notifying a referee. Unicycles The maximum rim diameter is 525mm (standard 24” wheel), AND the maximum wheel diameter is 630mm. Unicycles cannot use gears or chains. The basic idea is that each player is riding a standard 24” or smaller unicycle -no Schlumpf geared unis; no giraffes. The outside diameter limit has been increased from the previous 618mm since some bigger players may prefer a larger tire -- this is acceptable as long as the tire is mounted on a standard 24” rim. Unicycles must not have sharp or protruding parts anywhere which might cause injuries. Pedals must be plastic or rubber.

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Hockey All unicycle hockey games will be in the Hockey gym at the “Pädagogisches Gymnasium” school at the city center. There will be two separate hockey tournaments: 1. The A-tournament The A-tournament consists of 12 teams. The winner of this tournament is the official Unicycle Hockey World Champion 2012. In the preliminary round, there will be 4 groups of 3 teams each. The best two teams continue to the quarter final. Next, there will be the Semifinals and then the final. 2. The B-tournament 2. The B-tournament is open to all other teams. This tournament is less competition-oriented and open to all interested riders, no metter how much experience they have in unicycle hockey. There will be 24 teams in the Btournament. If necessary, the final assignment for either tournament A or B will be done through the organizers. The winner of tournament B will be placed behind tournament A, being the 13th in the overall result list.

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20” unicycles are recommended. A maximum of 24” is allowed. Unicycles must not have sharp or protruding parts anywhere which might cause injuries. Pedals must be plastic or rubber. Tires need to be made for a gym, meaning they may not leave any marks. Hockey sticks need to have an even surface or have to be taped so they don’t leave any marks on the floor. The ball used will be a tennis ball.

At the beginning of Unicon, on Saturday July 21 from 15:00-17:00, there is a meeting in the Hockey gym to which each team should send at least one representative. Also, all players who don‘t have a team yet should come. Here, the final assignment of players to their teams will be made (especially for the mixed teams). Next, the drawing of the teams into the groups will be made. Finally, all important rules will be discussed. Competition and practice schedule >> 21.07.2012 8:00-12:00 / 17:00-21:00 Practice >> 23.07.2012 8:00-12:00 / 15:00-21:00 Competition >> 26.07.2012 8:00-12:00 / 15:00-23:00 Competition >> 29.07.2012 8:00-12:00 / 15:00-21:00 Competition >> 30.07.2012 8:00-12:00 / 15:00-21:00 Competition Event Director: Rolf Sander

IUF rules apply. The most important rules are summarized here:

Required Dress It is required that all players of a team wear shirts of the same color. The color must be clearly different from the opponent’s color and each team should have two different colored sets of shirts at the start of each game. It is strongly encouraged that every player have a number clearly visible on both the front and back of the shirt. Awards Each player on a team which places 1st, 2nd, or 3rd will receive an award. This means there will be a losers bracket after the semifinals so that 1st through 3rd place medals are determined. Event Director: Jim Sowers (USA) Assistant Director: Eric Massoubre (France)

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Jumps Flatland Spectators

Flatland is an exciting discipline where riders show their best and most creative tricks. During qualification riders perform alone, and compete 1 vs 1 in Final battles. The competition will be run on flat ground, and any type of unicycle is allowed. In Battles the riders compete in a knockout system against each other - trick for trick and try to beat each (as in dance battles). The audience is close to the riders and are called for to ensure the right mood. Anyone who loves high-caliber tricks is in the right place!

Competitors

The Flatland contest will be held at the Trials hall at Location T1. There are two age groups (0-14 and 15 +) available for male and one for female participants. The older riders (aged 15 +) start first. Exact start times are posted on the Message Board at the beginning of Unicon16 Qualifying In the qualifying round each rider can show his skills for one minute and is then evaluated by the jury. The top 8 riders go for finals. Finals In the middle of a large circle of spectators two riders battle against each other. Protection No protective clothing required. We highly recommend all participants to wear a helmet. Unicon16 rules During qualifying, each competitor has 60 seconds to ride. Limit per country: 20 riders Event Director: Olaf Schlote Chief Judge: Mark Fabian

Street Competition Spectators

In Street a variety of tricks are done on ramps, stairs, handrails, etc. Any obstacles that you could see on the street. The audience can expect spectacular and breathtaking jumps and tricks.

Competitors

There are two age groups (0-14 and 15 +) available for male and one for female competitors. The older riders (aged 15 +) start first. The exact start times will be posted on the InfoWall at the beginning of Unicon16. Street will take place at the Skate park Z1-Z3; there are three zones with different obstacles provided.

Zone 1: Grind Zone 2: Manual pads Zone 3: Stair sets

Practice You can practice on the obstacles the days before the competition. Opening times of the skate park: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 15–19’o clock And on July 26 to from 9:00-17:00 Qualification In each of the three zones, the riders are judged. The riders go in groups of 6-10 through the zones and have 10 - 15 minutes time for each zone to show there skills. Finals Top 6 riders in each category compete in finals. The judges follows the competitors through the three zones. Last Trick: Each of the finalists has three attempts for his last trick on an obstacle of his choice. Protection Helmet and shin guards are required. Event Director: Olaf Schlote Chief Judge: Mark Fabian

Trials The classic trials competition will be held Saturday, July 21st at Trials hall and the surrounding area. The final of the best riders will be the highlight on July 25th.

Spectators

Specatators can watch the competition on July 21st from 15:00 to 21:00 from the stands at the Trials hall. The final on July 25th will be held at 15:00 with the awards ceremony right afterwards. It is not allowed to step on the competition area or the obstacles for spectators.

Participants

In order to make a fair competition, it is not allowed to ride on the obstacles before the competition (19th, 20th and 21st of July). During the competition on July 21st, competitors have two hours to clear as many lines as they can. Participants are being divided into two starting groups with different starting times. We want to keep the waiting time at the obstacles short, which is why we won’t divide the starting groups by level of riding, as the IUF recommends. The course consists of different obstacles, some of which are being used by several lines. The starting and finishing points are marked with a line. Sections are marked after the IUF color code. Protection Obligatory: Helmet, knee pads, shin guards, gloves and / or wrist guards. Final / Tiebreaker Participants of the final are being posted at the info wall on July 22. The trials final will be held July 25th at 15 at Trials hall. Event Director: Arne Tilgen

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Speed Trials Speed Trials is new at Unicon16, but probably not new to most trials riders. The competition will be held on the morning of Friday, July 27th. Finals of the 16 fastest riders will be held directly afterwards at 12:00.

Competitors

During the race, two riders are competing on two identical courses of trials obstacles. The goal is to finish the course as fast as possible without dismounting the unicycle. The finishing time of the preliminary rounds decides who is going to be in the finals. The fastest riders will compete against each other in pairs of two in the final. The faster one advances to the next round. Start Riders start lying on the ground, hands on back. The unicycle is lying on the ground as well, in front of the starting line. After the starting signal, competitors have to mount their unicycle before the starting line and finish the course without dismounting. Rules If a rider makes a mistake, he or she may go back to the starting line and start again. Mistakes are counted as in the normal trials competition. Protection Helmet, knee pads, shin guards, shoes and gloves. Event Director: Arne Tilgen

High jump and Long jump The High jump and Long jump competitions for all age groups take place on July 30th in the stadium from 8:0012:00 and 15:00-19:00 with free start time. The tiebreakers for the age groups and the final and will be on July 31st.

Spectators

The jump competition promises to be very interesting because of optimizations in jump unicycles and jumping techniques in recent years. A special highlight will be the finals on July 31st during the 100km race. It will take place on the track immediately in front of grandstand. We expect new records in High jump and Long jump.

Participants

Age group jump The Age group jump take place on the July 30th from 8:0012:00 and 15:00-19:00 with free start time. High jump will be held at the stadium arches S3 and long jump at the final straight S7. Riders with the same height or length placing top 3 in any age group will go for tiebreakers next day. Participants of the tiebreakers and finals will be published in the evening of July 30th at the result board. Tiebreak If a rider reaches the final and a tiebreaker too, his jumps will be valid for final and tiebreaker, so that the athlete

must jump only once. Otherwise the tiebreaker of the age group will be held directly before the final. Finals Best of 8 highest / longest jumpers over all are qualified for the final on July 31th. Finals start with the discipline long jump, starting with sex female from 10:00 – 12:00 respectively immediately after the age group tiebreaker. The final high jump will held in the same sequence from 15:00 – 17:00. The finals start with following minimum heights / lengths: >> >>

High jump: female 45 cm / male 75 cm Long jump: female 180 cm / male 250 cm

General In case of bad weather the competition will be held in the Trials hall T1. There are 3 High jump and 3 Long jump apparatuses available. They can used to carry out the competition at the same time and have different ranges. High jump >> Area 1: up to 45 cm >> Area 2: 41 cm to 80cm >> Area 3: from 75cm All riders are asked to jump them warm in the existing training equipment, so that they can start the competition in the apparatuses which is expected that they will reached the final height / length. It is also possible to move to another apparatuses during the competition. For example the rider jumps in area 1 up to 41 cm and he expects that he will jump higher than 45 cm, he could decide by himself when he moves to area 2 in range 41 cm to 45 cm. After moving to area 2 he normally continues the competition with the next height. Participants can choose which height they want to start with and they can also decide to skip a height. Long jump >> Area 1: up to 150 cm >> Area 2: 100cm – 220 cm >> Area 3: from 180 cm The procedure on Long jump will be the same as High jump. Protective equipment In addition rulebook Shine-guards are required next to Helmet, knee pads and gloves. Age groups Female / male: 0-11, 12-14, 15-16, 17-18, 19-24, 25+ Special features for long jump competition Jump marker and landing marker for the area 2 and area 3 will be additional monitored with electronic sensors. Because of technical reasons the makers must have a height up to 1 cm, see also separate description. The start line will be 3 meters before the jump marker and the finish line is 6 meters behind the jump marker. Both lines (start and finish line) must be ridden in correct way that the attempt will be valid. Event director: Reiner Fürst 43


Program: overview 19/07/12 Thursday 9:00 Registration

20/07/12 Friday 9:00 Registration

21/07/12 Saturday 7:30 Bus departure

22/07/12 Sunday 7:30 Bus departure

24/07/12 Tuesday 8:00 One Foot 17+

25/07/12 Wednesday 8:00 One Foot 0-16

26/07/12 Thursday 8:00 Basketball A

27/07/12 Friday 8:00 Speed Trial

28/07/12 Saturday 7:00 Bus departure

29/07/12 Sunday 7:15 Bus departure

30/07/12 Monday 8:00 Standard Skill

17:00 Info Unicon16

9:00 Workshop

8:00 Start 10 km

8:30 8:00 Freestyle practice Hockey B

8:00 IUF Slalom + Slow Races 8:00 Stillstand

8:00 IUF Slalom + Slow Races 8:00 Stillstand

8:00 Hockey B

11:00 Workshop

8:00 Bus departure

8:00 Basketball B

8:00 Track Final

8:00 Individual Freestyle 0-16 10:00 Wheel Walk 17+ / Awards 11:00 Workshop

8:00 Individual Freestyle 17+ 10:00 Wheel Walk 0-16 / Awards 11:00 Workshop

8:00 Flatland male expert 9:00 Track Final / Awards 11:00 Workshop

11:00 Workshop

8:00 IUF Slalom + Slow Races 8:00 Group Freestyle 0-14 11:00 11:00 Muni XC male 15+ 100m 15+ / Awards 11:00 11:00 Downhill gliding Workshop

12:00 8:00 Speed Trial Finals Practice / Workshops 12:00 10:00 Gaudiday Uphill

8:00 Street competition expert male 8:00 Basketball B

19:00 Open practice

14:00 Meet everybody

8:00 Pair Freestyle

9:00 Bus departure

15:30 Parade / Opening Ceremony 17:30 Unicon16 Opening 19:00 Registration

8:00 Hockey practice

9:00 Muni XC 0-14, + female 10:00 Bus departure

19:00 Volunteers Party

12:00 Spaghetti Day

13:00 IUF Meeting

15:00 Basketball A

14:00 Workshop Track

11:00 Muni Obstacle

15:00 4 x 100m 15+

15:00 4 x 100m 0-14

15:00 Hockey A1

15:00 Trials Group 1

15:00 15:00 Freestyle practice Basketball A

15:00 Stillstand

15:00 Trials Final

15:00 Pair Freestyle

17:00 Bus to Brixen

15:00 Street Comp junior 15:00 Basketball B

15:00 Info & drawing

20:00 Awards of the day

15:00 Track Final / Awards 15:00 Flatland male junior 16:00 Flatland female

15:00 Hockey A Semi finals 15:00 High Jump / Long Jump 19:00 Hockey A Final

15;:00 Hockey A3

21:00 Awards Hockey

18:00 Hockey A2

8:00 Basket practice 9:00 Bus departure

15:00 Basket practice 17:00 Trials Group 2 17:00 Hockey practice 19:00 Awards 10km 19:00 Trials

23/07/12 Monday 8:00 Basketball A

8:00 100m 15+

14:00 Awards

15:00 Hockey B

15:00 Individual Freestyle 0-16 15:00 16:00 100m 0-14 400m 17+ / Awards 15:00 19:00 IUF Slalom + Slow 800m 17+ / Races Awards 15:00 19:00 Group Freestyle Ind. Free Junior 15+ Expert 17:00 21:00 100m 0-14 / Awards Awards 19:00 Expert Group Freestyle 21:00 Awards Freestyle

15:00 Individual Freestyle 17+ 17:00 400m 0-16 / Awards 17:00 Awards

15:00 Basketball A Finals 17:00 Awards 19:00 Unicon16 Show

8:00 Hockey B

31/07/12 Tuesday 7:30 Start 100km

10:00 Long Jump Tiebreak 8:00 11:00 Hockey A Quarter Long Jump Final finals 8:00 11:00 High Jump / Long Workshop Jump 11:00 12:00 Workshop Awards

14:00 Downhill

8:30 Bus departure

15:00 Practice / Workshops 18:00 Bus Transfer Brixen

10:00 15:00 Arrival Marathon Standard Skill

14:00 Awards

15:00 Awards Marathon 15:00 Coasting

15:00 High Jump Tiebreak 16:00 High Jump Final

20:00 Awards Muni

15:00 Basketball B

18:00 Stillstand Final

18:00 Flatland Final

16:00 22:00 Street Comp Awards expert female 18:00 Street Comp Final

19:00 Ind. Free Expert

20:00 Awards

18:00 Hockey A4

21:00 Awards Freestyle

21:00 Hockey B

19:00 Street Comp Final / Awards 20:00 Awards Coasting

17:00 Awards 18:00 Closing ceremony 21:00 Final party Disco Max

19:00 Jun. Exp. Pair 20:00 Exp Pair Freestyle 22:00 Awards Pairs

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