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a) This set of rules is valid for all events

b) The following exercises are part of the competition and must be performed in unchanged order at each event:

  1. (Ring) Muscle up
  2. pull
  3. dip
  4. squat

These four exercises added together will give a total which will be used to determine placement.

c) The competition is held among athletes who are divided into weight classes based on (biological) sex and body weight. 

d) The athletes are entitled to three scoring attempts per exercise. 

e) The heaviest valid attempt is included in the overall ranking. To remain in the scoring ranks, a valid repetition must be achieved in each exercise. 

f) If athletes fail to achieve a valid repetition in any event, they may continue to compete, but will be excluded from the overall standings. 

g) If two or more athletes achieve the same total, the athlete with the lower body weight wins. 

h) If two or more athletes have the same body weight and the same total, the first athlete to reach the total wins. The same applies to international records. 

i) The athletes have 60 seconds from the call to start the lift. If the time limit is exceeded, the attempt will be considered invalid. 

j) Athletes are not required to compete in all three attempts. They are free to skip any remaining attempts without having to give reasons. 

k) Between the individual attempts, the athletes are entitled to a minimum break of 5 minutes.

l) Each athlete may appoint a coach at the time of registration on site.

m) Each athlete is allowed to increase the added weight from one attempt to another by a minimum of 1.25 kg for the (ring) muscle up, the pull and the dip and by a minimum of 2.5 kg for the squat.

n) If an athlete has the intention to break a FinalRep record, the athlete is allowed to add ́micro plates ́, which allow an increase of 0.25 / 0.5 / 1.0 kg for the (ring) muscle up, the pull and the dip and an increase of 0.5 / 1.0 / 2.0 kg for the squat.

a) Before the athlete is allowed to weigh-in, he/she must give the following information to the staff member in the weighing room.

  • full name
  • registered weight class
  • first attempt
  • height squat rack
  • width dip bars
  • height dip safeties

Each athlete is allowed to enter the platform on its own or with a FinalRep staff member to get the information for the individual settings for the dip and the squat.

b) Men and women will be weighed in separate rooms.

c) Only persons of the same sex may be in the weighing room at any time.

d) Each athlete shall wear only underwear on the scales.

e) Athletes are not allowed to undress completely. Therefore, a tolerance of 0.1kg above the weight class is accepted.

f) Weighing is done on calibrated scales.

g) If an athlete exceeds or falls short of the weight class for which he/she has qualified/registered, he/she will start outside the scoring.

h) The weight classes are defined as follows (as of 2023):

Women:

-57 kg, -63 kg, -70 kg, +70 kg

Men:

-66 kg, -73 kg, -80 kg, -87 kg, -94 kg, +94 kg

3.1 General

a) All competitions are RAW competitions.

b) The competition officials are free to check the personal equipment of the athletes.

c) Only equipment explicitly mentioned in the rules is allowed. Special cases can be clarified separately on request.

d) The athletes may use magnesia provided by the organizer in liquid or dry form.

e) The carrying of loose objects onto the platform, which do not belong to the approved equipment, is not permitted. This includes items such as headphones as well as smelling salt.

f) The wearing of jewelry is the personal responsibility of the athletes.

3.2 Weight belts

a) For the 2023 competition period, only „King of Weighted“ brand belts are permitted on the platform.

b) Athletes may use their own belts as well as those provided by the organizer.

c) For safety reasons, all three carabiners (one carabiner at each end of the belt and one carabiner to close the belt) must be attached and used as described.

d) Other carabiners may be used if, upon inspection of the equipment, at least the same load capacity as that of the carabiners of „King of Weighted“

can be proven (<300 kg).

e) In addition to the sling of the belt, another sling of „King of Weighted“ may be attached.

f) The belt must be worn clearly visible over the clothing.

3.3 Squat belt

All athletes are permitted to wear a squat belt. The belt must be worn visibly over clothing.

Material and Construction:

a) The squat belt must be made of leather, synthetic leather, or similar material that is not flexible or is difficult to bend. The belt may consist of several layers, which are glued or sewn together.

b) No additional seams or materials may be added to the outside of the belt or between the individual layers.

c) The belt buckle must be firmly sewn or riveted to the end of the belt.

d) The belt may have a buckle with one or two spikes or a lever buckle.

e) The loop through which the belt tongue passes shall be firmly sewn or riveted to the belt.

f) The outside of the belt may only show the name, brand name of the belt, country, state, city or the athletes‘ association or club.

g) The dimensions of the belt are defined as follows (as of 2022). The standards are those of the IPF for RAW competitions (`International

Powerlifting Federation‘).

1) Width of the belt: 10 cm max.

2) Depth (thickness) of the belt: max. 13 mm

3) Inner width of the belt buckle: max. 11 cm

4) Outer width of the belt buckle: max. 13 cm

5) Width of the belt loop: max. 5 cm

6) Distance between end of belt buckle and belt loop: max. 25 cm

3.4 Footwear

All athletes must wear footwear in every competition discipline.

a) Only the wearing of closed footwear is allowed. This includes sneakers, weightlifting and powerlifting shoes as well as barefoot shoes or loafers, gym shoes and Crocs.

b) The sole of the shoe may not be higher than 5 cm at any point.

c) The sole of the shoe must be flat and show no irregularities or changes from the manufacturer’s original design.

d) Loose shoe insoles must not be thicker than 1 cm.

3.5 Bandages and gauntlets

All athletes are permitted to wear single layer bandages and gauntlets made of elastic, synthetic material, cotton or a combination of these materials.

Wrist Bandages

All athletes are permitted to wear wrist bandages.

Wrist bandages, i.e. wrap bandages, may only be worn over the wrists and in no case on any other part of the body.

Wrist bandages may only be worn if they meet the following criteria:

a) The bandages shall not exceed 1 m in length and 8 cm in width.

b) There may be a loop on the bandages. This loop may not be worn over the thumb or fingers in any competition discipline.

c) Ordinary sweatbands may not be wider than 12 cm. Wearing a combination of wrist wraps and sweatbands is not permitted.

Elbow sleeves

All athletes are permitted to wear elbow sleeves.

Elbow sleeves, i.e. cylindrical sleeves, may only be worn over the elbow and in no case on any other part of the body.

Wearing a combination of elbow sleeves and elbow bandages is not permitted.

Elbow sleeves may only be worn if they meet the following criteria:

a) The sleeves must consist of a neoprene layer alone or a neoprene layer with a non-supportive layer of another fabric over that neoprene layer.

b) The sleeves must be sewn around both ends. The sleeves must be cut in such a way that they do not provide excessive assistance or disproportionate recoil in the area of the athletes‘ elbows at the reversal point of the dip.

c) The sleeves must not exceed a maximum thickness of 7 mm and a maximum length of 30 cm.

Knee sleeves

All athletes are allowed to wear knee sleeves.

Knee sleeves, i.e. cylindrical sleeves, may only be worn over the knees

and in no case on any other part of the body.

Wearing a combination of knee sleeves and knee bandages is not

permitted.

Knee sleeves may only be worn if they meet the following criteria:

a) The sleeves must be made of a neoprene layer alone or a neoprene layer

with a non-supportive layer of another fabric over that neoprene layer. The

gauntlets must be sewn around both ends.

The sleeves must be cut in such a way that they do not provide excessive

assistance or disproportionate recoil in the area of the athletes‘ knees at

the reversal point of the knee bend.

b) The sleeves must not exceed a maximum thickness of 7 mm and a

maximum length of 30 cm.

c) No additional materials may be attached to the sleeves, nor may any

changes be made from the manufacturer’s original design (e.g. for the

purpose of narrowing). The sleeves shall be cylindrical throughout and shall

not show any holes or similar damage to the material.

3.6 Tape

a) Two layers of tape may be worn around the thumbs. No other patches or tapes may be worn without the official approval of the Judges. These may

also not be used in such a way as to assist athletes in gripping the barbell.

b) All athletes performing a Ring Muscle Up are permitted to wear tape around wrists and forearms for injury prevention purposes.

c) Subject to the prior approval of the Judges, athletes may wear tape in the event of an injury, provided it does not give those same athletes an unfair advantage.

3.7 Checking of equipment

a) The personal equipment of the participating athletes may be checked at any time during the competition, up to 10 minutes before the start of the respective weight class.

b) The judges are allowed to tell the athletes if a piece of equipment or its wearing does not meet the criteria as described above at any time before giving the starting signal.

c) The athlete is allowed to adjust the equipment before the starting signal is given.

Judging

General information

a) There are three judges on the platform for each competition discipline; one front judge (giving the signals) and two side judges.

b) The judges‘ decisions on the validity of an attempt are final.

c) The athletes are allowed in the case of a „No Rep“ to get a short feedback on the decisive criterion for the decision of the judges.

d) Emotionality is human and will be tolerated. A disproportionate discussion with the judges about their decision is not allowed and can lead to exclusion from the current competition in case of repeated behavior. This includes, but is not limited to, verbal and physical attacks on the judges and excessive delaying of the competition.

e) External video recordings from third parties (e.g. from the athletes‘ area as well as from the audience) are not permitted and cannot influence the decision of the judges.

f) External persons, i.e. other athletes, coaches, other supporting persons and relatives, may only enter the platform with the consent of the judges.

g) There will be video recording from the (ring) muscle up, the pull and the dip from one perspective. In doubt, the current front judge may make a request to see the video recording.

h) Each athlete has the right to ask for a video replay (two times in each competition).

i) In addition, judges will be present both in the athletes area and in the warm up area for answering specific questions regarding the judging, the equipment and the general procedure.

The judging system

a)  In order to ensure a clear and rule-compliant judging of the

attempts of the competition disciplines, each judge is assigned certain tasks. Errors in judging should hereby be reduced to a minimum.

b)  For this reason it is necessary that all judges evaluate an attempt as „valid“, so that the attempt will be included in the scoring/ranking.

c)  It is up to the front judge to clearly communicate the final assessment to the platform moderation. For this it is necessary that all judges involved give an unmistakable „Valid!“ (thumbs up) or „Invalid!“ (waving the flag) – i.e. visible for the front judge.

d) In case of doubt, the respective judge may call for video evidence. He/she clearly raises one arm to communicate towards the other judges and the speaker to request for video evidence and the resulting interruption of the competition. After the final assessment of the judge who has doubts for the time being, the front judge transmits the result to the platform moderation.

e)  For a better clarity for the athletes, coaches and the viewers a card system represents the reasons for a ́no rep ́.

f) In case of a ´no rep´, the judges will show the colored card for the respective reason for the invalid attempt. The reasons will be explained in detail in the next chapter `6) Competition disciplines and their execution´.

a) Each athlete enters the competition attempts using the provided FinalRep tablet. For this he/she scans the individual qr code with the front camera of the tablet and sets the weight of the respective discipline and attempt.

b) Each athlete has to enter the first attempt of every lift with the check-in/weigh-in. Each athlete is allowed to change the ́opener ́ until the beginning of the flight.

c)  After leaving the platform, each athlete must enter the next competition attempt within 3 minutes in the FinalRep software using the provided tablets. It is allowed to make changes to the attempt within the time limit.

d)  When the athlete is not able to enter the weight of the next attempt within the time limit of 3 minutes, the weight will be increased by the minimum weight increase if the previous lift was valid. The weight will be kept the same if the previous attempt was invalid.

e) The athlete is allowed to change the third attempt after the 3 minutes ran out. For this, he/she needs to tell the FinalRep Staff at the speakers table.

f) If the athlete wants to attempt a new FinalRep Record, he/she needs to tell the FinalRep Staff at the speakers table.

g)  When the athlete wants to attempt a new FinalRep Record, he/she needs to tell the FinalRep Staff at the speakers table.

Competition disciplines and their execution

The Bar Muscle Up is usually performed by male athletes only. 

With prior consultation with the Judges, female athletes are also allowed to perform a Bar Muscle Up instead of a Ring Muscle Up. The request for a change to a Bar Muscle Up must be made independently by the female athlete and is her sole responsibility. The request must be made up to 10 minutes before the start of the trials of the respective weight class and must be confirmed by the judges. Furthermore, the request may not be withdrawn during the competition and is valid for all three attempts. 

The Ring Muscle Up is performed by female athletes only.

General procedure:

Once the first signal („Platform ready!“) is given, the athlete may step onto the platform. The athlete attaches the weight belt to his hip. Now the athlete moves to the start position on the box and grips the bar in a pronated grip. It is allowed to use a semi-false grip. The start position is considered to be taken as soon as the athlete has fully extended the elbows (180° joint angle). If it is necessary to achieve full elbow extension, the athlete is allowed to bend the knees slightly. The athlete waits for the start signal („Go!“) and may perform his attempt after the given signal. It is allowed to swing forward and then directly initiate the pulling movement. As soon as the athlete finishes the Muscle Up with elbows fully extended (180° joint angle), he waits for the signal („Box!“) to finish the attempt. After the last signal is given, the athlete may swing back onto the box. The attempt is now finished. The judges then decide if the attempt was valid and the athlete is allowed to leave the platform.

Reasons for an invalid Bar Muscle Up:

The following list includes violations that result in a „No Rep“.

1. fail: the athlete is unable to pass the bar.

2. false grip: The athlete uses a false grip where at least one wrist or forearm touches the bar.

3. Bent Arms: The athlete starts the Bar Muscle Up with bent arms. In certain cases of anatomically limited mobility (e.g. not being able to extend the elbows through 180°), it is up to the athlete to tell and show this to the judges before entering the platform for the first attempt.

4. kipping/kicking: The athlete generates momentum with an excessive tilting movement in the pelvis, an excessive hyperextension in the spine or with a kicking movement of the legs, which makes it easier for him/her to

overcome the bar. A minimal change in knee and hip angle that is not to the athlete’s advantage is allowed.

5. loss of control: the athlete loses control of the additional weight and the lower extremities, even after overcoming the bar.

6. downward movement: the direction of the movement reverses before it is completed. A short pause on the bar is allowed. The chest may touch the bar.

7. Lockout: The direction of the movement reverses before full elbow extension is achieved after overcoming the bar.

8. Signal: the athlete misses or disregards a signal from the judges.

9. Chicken wing: The athlete performs a so-called „chicken wing“ muscle up, in which the elbows overcome the bar one after the other.

General procedure:

As soon as the first signal („Platform ready!“) is given, the athlete may enter the platform.

The athlete attaches the weight belt to her hip. Now the athlete moves to the start position on the box, grips around the rings and moves to the free slope. It is allowed to use a „false grip“.

The start position is considered to be taken as soon as the athlete has fully extended the elbows (180° joint angle) and is in the free slope. It is not allowed to initiate the pulling phase during the swing. The spotters can therefore help the athlete to stop in the free slope on request.

The athlete waits for the start signal („Go!“) and can execute her attempt after the given signal.

As soon as the athlete finishes the Muscle Up with elbows fully extended (180° joint angle), she waits for the signal („Box!“) to finish the attempt.

After the last signal is given, the athlete is allowed to swing back onto the box. The attempt is now finished.

The judges then decide if the attempt was valid and the athlete is allowed to leave the platform.

 

Reasons for an invalid Ring Muscle Up:

The following list includes violations that result in a „No Rep“.

1. Fail: The athlete is unable to clear the rings.

2. Bent Arms: The athlete starts the Ring Muscle Up with bent arms. In certain cases of anatomically limited mobility (e.g. not being able to

extend the elbows through 180°), it is up to the athlete to tell and show this to the Judges before entering the platform for the first attempt.

3. Kipping/Kicking: The athlete generates momentum with an excessive tilting motion in the pelvis, an excessive hyperextension in the spine or with a kicking motion of the legs, which makes it easier for her to get over the rings. A minimal change in knee and hip angle that does not work to the athlete’s advantage is allowed.

4. Loss of Control: The athlete loses control of the additional weight and the lower extremities, even after overcoming the rings.

5. Downward Movement I: The direction of the movement reverses before it is completed. A short pause during the attempt is allowed.

6. Downward Movement II (Stretch Reflex): The athlete may start in an „active hang“ (depression in the shoulder girdle). If the athlete

changes to a „passive hang“ (elevation in the shoulder girdle) after the start signal „Go!“ has been given, the so-called „stretch reflex“ is

used, which gives the athlete an advantage and simplifies the attempt.

7. Lockout: The direction of the movement reverses before full elbow extension is reached after overcoming the rings.

8. Signal: The athlete misses or disregards a signal from the judges.

9. Chicken Wing: The athlete performs a so-called „chicken wing“ muscle up, in which the elbows overcome the rings one after the other („Chicken Wing“).

All athletes may choose between the following variations of the vertical pull movement:

– Chin Up (supinated grip, i.e. palms facing the athlete).

– Pull Up (pronated grip, i.e. the backs of the hands point towards the athlete).

 

Athletes do not have to officially declare the chosen variant. It is allowed to change the pull variation in the competition.

In none of the variations, the bar must be enclosed with the thumb, but the other fingers must grip the bar. No other grip is allowed for this

discipline for safety reasons. 

 

General Procedure:

As soon as the first signal („Platform ready!“) is given, the athlete may enter the platform.

The athlete attaches the weight belt to the hip. Now the athlete moves to the start position on the box, grips the bar in the chosen grip and moves to the free slope. It is allowed to use a „semi-false grip“.

The start position is considered to be taken as soon as the athlete has fully extended the elbows (180° joint angle) and is in the free slope. It is not allowed to initiate the pulling phase during the swing. The spotters can therefore help the athlete to stop in the free slope on request.

The athlete waits for the start signal („Go!“) and can perform the attempt after the given signal.

As soon as the athlete finishes the attempt with the chin visible (vertical) above the bar (see Fig. 1), the movement may be reversed.

As soon as the athlete reverses the movement and finds himself back in the start position, he must wait for the signal „Box!“ to finish the attempt.

After the last signal is given, the athlete may swing back onto the box. The attempt is now finished. 

Afterward, the judges decide if the attempt was valid and the athlete is allowed to leave the platform.

 

Reasons for an invalid pull:

The following list includes violations that result in a „No Rep“.

1. Fail: The athlete does not finish the attempt with the chin visible

above the bar.

2. Bent Arms: The athlete starts the pull with bent arms. In certain

cases of anatomically limited mobility (e.g. not being able to extend

the elbows through 180°), it is up to the athlete to tell and show this

to the judges before entering the platform for the first attempt.

3. Kipping/Kicking: The athlete generates momentum with an

excessive tilting motion in the pelvis or with a kicking motion of the

legs, which facilitates overcoming the bar. A minimal change in knee

and hip angle that does not give the athlete an advantage is allowed.

4. Downward Movement I: The direction of the movement reverses

before it is completed. A short pause during the attempt is allowed.

5. Downward Movement II (Stretch Reflex): The athlete may start in

an „active slope“ (depression in the shoulder girdle). If the athlete

changes to a „passive slope“ (elevation in the shoulder girdle) after

the start signal „Go!“ has been given, the so-called „stretch reflex“ is

used, which gives the athlete an advantage and simplifies the

attempt.

6. Signal: The athlete misses or disregards a signal from the judges.

General procedure:

Once the first signal („Platform ready!“) is given, the athlete may step onto the platform.

The athlete fastens the weight belt to the hip. Now the athlete moves to the start position on the box and then assumes the start position with arms fully extended and hips almost fully extended. It is allowed to keep the legs slightly bent or fully extended as long as the knee angle changes minimally during the attempt. 

The start position is considered to be taken as soon as the athlete has fully extended the elbows (180° joint angle) and is in free support. It is not allowed to initiate the attempt during the swing. The spotters can therefore help the athlete to stop in free support on request.

The athlete waits for the start signal („Go!“) and can perform the attempt after the given signal. The arms must be bent so that the highest point of the back shoulder is visibly lower than the highest point of the elbow (see Fig. 2). The highest point from the bottom of the belt must be at least level with the highest point of the bar rails (see Fig. 3). Wearing a light or other colored top is recommended for better visibility. If both the depth of the shoulder and the hip are not clearly visible due to very dark clothing, in case of doubt the attempt will be scored as „No Rep“. The athlete then stretches the arms until the start position has been reached again with the arms fully extended.

As soon as the athlete reverses the movement and finds himself back in the start position, the athlete must wait for the signal „Box!“ to finish the attempt. After the last signal is given, the athlete may climb back onto the box. The spotters help to lift the weight discs back onto the box.

The attempt is now finished.

The judges then decide if the attempt was valid and the athlete is allowed to leave the platform.

 

Reasons for an invalid dip:

The following list includes violations that result in a „No Rep“.

1. Fail: The athlete does not complete the attempt with arms fully extended.

2. Bent Arms: The athlete begins the dip with bent arms. In certain cases of anatomically limited mobility (e.g. not being able to extend

the elbows through 180°), it is up to the athlete to tell and show this to the judges before entering the platform for the first attempt.

3. Depth Shoulder: The athlete does not reach the required depth with the back shoulder.

4. Depth Hip: The athlete does not reach the required depth with the hip. Furthermore, the valid depth of the hip and shoulder must be

reached before initiating the concentric movement phase. 

5. Kipping/Kicking: The athlete generates momentum with an excessive tilting motion in the pelvis or with a kicking motion of the legs, which facilitates the termination of the attempt. A minimal change in knee and hip angle that does not give the athlete an advantage is allowed.

6. Loss of Control: The athlete falls into an excessive hyperextension of the spine and loses control of the weight. If the box is touched before

the last signal („Box!“), the attempt is considered invalid. 

7. Downward Movement: the direction of the movement reverses before it is completed. A short pause during the attempt is allowed.

8. Signal: The athlete misses or disregards a signal from the judges.

General procedure:

Once the first signal („Platform ready!“) has been given, the athlete may enter the platform.

The athlete must face the front of the platform. The barbell must be held horizontally on the shoulder with the hands and fingers gripping the bar. The thumb does not have to grip the barbell, but all fingers must touch the bar for safety reasons. The hands can be positioned at any position within and/or on the inner catches of the barbell. Both a „high bar squat“ and a „low bar squat“ are allowed. After removing the barbell from the stands, and the athlete may be assisted by the spotters, the athlete must move backward to the starting position.

Once the athlete is standing motionless and upright (a slight deviation is allowed) with knees pushed through, the athlete waits for the start signal („Squat!“) and may perform the attempt after the given signal. The judge’s signal consists of a downward movement of one arm and the audible command „Squat!“. Before the athlete receives this signal, position changes may be made within the rules.

For safety reasons, if the athlete is not in the correct position to start the attempt after a period of five seconds, the athlete will be asked to place the barbell back in the stands. This will be indicated by the Judge by a backward movement of the arm and the audible command „Replace!“ („Replace!“). The referee then announces the reason for the failure to signal the start. After the signal from the judge, the athlete must bend the knees and lower the body until the surfaces of the thighs at the hip joint are lower than the tops of the knees (see Fig. 4). For better visibility, it is recommended that the top be tucked into the pants. If the hip crease is covered by the worn top and is therefore not clearly visible, the attempt will be scored as „No Rep“ in case of doubt. It is further recommended to wear tight pants (leggings/tights) or a singlet, which make the hip crease clearly visible. If the (loose) pants worn have wrinkles and thus do not make the hip buckle clearly visible, the attempt will also be judged as „No Rep“ in case of doubt. A rolling forward or backward movement between the balls of the feet and the heels as well as a lateral movement of the feet is allowed. The attempt is considered to have begun as soon as the athlete bends the knees. As soon as the athlete reverses the movement and finds himself back in the start position, the athlete must wait for the signal „Rack!“ to finish the attempt.

After the final signal is given, the athlete may place the barbell back into the rack. The spotters help with this. The attempt is now finished. The judges then decide if the attempt was valid and the athlete is allowed to leave the platform.

Reasons for an invalid squat:

The following list includes violations that result in a „No Rep“.

1. Fail: The athlete does not complete the attempt with the knees fully extended.

2. Bent Knees: The athlete starts the squat with bent knees. In certain cases of anatomically limited mobility (e.g. not being able to extend the knees 180°), it is up to the athlete to tell and show this to the Judges before entering the platform for the first attempt.

3. Signal: The athlete does not wait for one of the judge’s commands.

4. Downward Movement: The athlete makes a double rocking movement at the lowest point of the squat or a downward movement during the concentric phase of the attempt.

5. Depth: The athlete does not reach the prescribed depth.

6. Foot Movement: the athlete moves the feet forward, backward or sideways, with a rocking of the feet between ball and heel allowed.

7. Contact By Spotter: At least one spotter touches the barbell or athlete between the judge’s signals with the intention of facilitating the attempt.

8. Support: The athlete supports himself/herself on the thighs with the elbows or upper arms. A light touch is allowed if it does not facilitate the attempt.

9. Dropping The Barbell: The athlete drops the barbell during or after the attempt, „throws“ it or actively leaves the spotters with the entire weight of the (loaded) barbell. In this case, the athlete will be disqualified and may not participate in further competition. In addition, the athlete will not be allowed to participate in FinalRep competitions for two years. The disqualification will come into force with immediate effect by the Judges‘ decision, and will be valid up to and including the same date of the calendar year after next.

Neither the intention of the athlete nor the weight of the (loaded) barbell plays a role, because in any case, spotters and judges are endangered. Only in the case of demonstrably serious injuries, which have led directly to the dropping of the barbell, the ban can be subsequently overridden. In this case, it is up to the athlete to apply to the Final Rep Team or directly to the Head Judge for the suspension to be lifted.

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