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Comments on rule questions, new interpretations, problems, unpopular Rule 62 (Redress) decisions, summary of the facts, conclusions and decisions of Rule 69 (Allegations of Gross Misconduct) actions, problems with Sailing Instructions or Notice of Race and experience with experimental procedures.
Highly competitive event with many hearings. Arbitration was very helpful towards giving a good service to competitors. Great race management and overall organisation. There were two interesting situations involving hearings: 1. Just before the warning signal of the second race of the final series, a sailor was injured by another boat who was breaking a rule of part 2, and couldn't race in races F2 through F4 of the final series. Incidentally, the sailor who injured was exonerated because it was found as a fact that she had been compelled to break a rule by the actions of an unidentified boat. The injured sailor initially requested redress for the second race, but after medical attention requested a reopening and asked that the redress extend to races F3 and F4. The jury decided to award average points for races F2 and F3 of the final series, taking the average over races F1 and F5. The jury also decided not to give redress points for race F4 and let his DNC stand, as giving redress for this race would grant an excessive advantage to the injured sailor and would be unfair to the rest of the fleet. 2. The sailor who had been leading the championship up to the last day, had a very bad result in the last race of the final series. He protested a boat under rule 2 for obstructing him in an unsportsmanlike way during the race, thus aiding a competitor of the same country to win the first place. During the hearing, the jury realised that there was a possibility of mistaken identity, and therefore protested another boat from the same country who might also have been involved. Although the protesting sailor brought in 3 witnesses to give evidence, in the form of a subjective perception rather than an actual incident, the jury decided that a breach of rule 2 hadn't been clearly established and dismissed the protests. - MEXFJ1
Ner of classes: 1
Entries: 209
Ner of Countries represented: 32
Ner of Races sailed: 48
Ner of requests for redress: 14
Ner of requests for redress for OCS: 3
Ner of requests for OCS granted: 0
Total number of hearings: 45
Total number of arbitrations: 6
Penalty %: 30
To be completed only if Appendix P was applied.
Number of First Penalties (Appendix P2.1): 69
Number of Second Penalties (Appendix P2.2): 17
Number of Third Penalties (Appendix P2.3): 3
P2.3 Subsequent Penalties: 0
Event:
2019 ILCA Laser Radial Youth World Championship
Date Event Started
24 July 2019
Event Location:
CORK, Kingston, Ontario, CAN
Group Event belongs:
P - North America
Jury Chairman's name:
Francisco SG Jauregui
Jury chairman's email:
sattara@guruarjan.com
Judge submitting report:
Francisco SG Jauregui
Email of judge submitting report:
sattara@guruarjan.com
Was this an International Jury Panel ?
Yes
 
Please name each judge (including the chairman) and their country and IJ or NJ certification. one per line
Sodaro Vicki USASVUnk6 / NJ
Michael Turner CANMT17 / IJ
Katie Nicoll CANKN1 / NJ
Bruno Marques BRABM4 / IJ
Anastazja Lewandowska POLAL01 / IJ
Francisco SG Jauregui MEXFJ1 / IJ
Gilles Chercuitte CANGC25 / NJ
David Bruyea CANDB34 / NJ
Sodaro Vicki USASVUnk6 / NJ
Michael Turner CANMT17 / IJ
Katie Nicoll CANKN1 / NJ
Bruno Marques BRABM4 / IJ
Anastazja Lewandowska POLAL01 / IJ
Francisco SG Jauregui MEXFJ1 / IJ
Gilles Chercuitte CANGC25 / NJ
David Bruyea CANDB34 / NJ