All oral and written appeals and official responses to appeals
shall be made in English.
An appeal shall only be accepted if accompanied by the official
COMPETITION APPEALS JURY
In the event of a written appeal, or in the case of a verbal appeal
in the case of 3.1. and 4.2(b) below, the President of the Jury shall
convene a Competitions Appeals Jury comprising the President of the Jury,
the ICC Delegate, the Category Judge not involved in the case. A decision
shall be made as rapidly as circumstances allow.
In the case of written appeals, the decision of the Competition
Appeal Jury shall be made in writing and handed by the President of the
Jury to the person who officially lodged the appeal or, in the case of an
appeal under 4.2(b) above the team manager and/or competitor shall be
The decision of the Appeal Jury in respect to Article 3 and 4.
below of these regulations shall be final and not subject to further
APPEALS AGAINST A JUDGES DECISION CONCERNING A COMPETITOR'S ATTEMPT
ON A ROUTE
In respect to an appeal regarding Section 4, General Regulations,
Article 10 of these regulations, this may be made to the Category Judge,
who will immediately inform the President of the Jury, in order to proceed
in accordance with the above procedure.
APPEALS FOLLOWING THE PUBLICATION OF THE RESULTS OF EACH ROUND
An appeal against the ranking of a competitor after the completion
of a round of the competition and after the official results have been
published must be made no later than 30 minutes after the publication of
the results. The appeal must be made following the publication of the
results at the end of each round of a competition.
The appeal shall be made in writing (in English) to the President
of the Jury by the team manager or (where an official team manager is not
present) by the competitor. The appeal must be accompanied by the relevant
ICC-approved appeal fee.
In the case of a round based on a competitor's time (i.e. the
qualification round), an appeal must be made in accordance with 4.1 above.
In the case of the final ('knock-out' elimination) round of the
competition, an appeal must be made immediately after the announcement of
the result of the completion of the heat of the competitor concerned.
The Category Judge shall immediately refer the matter to the
President of the Jury. The
next round of the Speed final shall not commence until the President of
the Jury has announced his/her decision.
No fee shall be payable in respect to such appeals.
APPEALS TO THE DISCIPLINARY COMMISSION
In those cases where the President of the Jury assesses that an
infringement of the regulations merits consideration by the ICC's
Disciplinary Commission, the matter shall be referred to the disciplinary
body together with the President of the Jury's report, copies of written
communications between the President of the Jury and the team
manager/competitor concerned, and all relevant evidence.
The composition and the procedures of the Disciplinary Body are
defined in the ICC's referred documents.
The appeal fees payable shall be in accordance with the list of
fees published annually by the ICC.
If an appeal is upheld, the appeal fee shall be returned.
If an appeal is rejected, the appeal fee shall not be returned.