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Alpine Skiing Classification Rules and Regulations

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Date

July 2013

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http://www.paralympic.org/AlpineSkiing/RulesandRegulations/Classification

Publisher

Germany: International Paralympic Committee

Abstract

These are the 2013 International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) classification system rules and regulations for disabled skiers. The IPC classification process is unique to each sport and is designed to ensure fair play between disabled athletes. For this to happen, each skier is categorized according to his or her disability. Gilly Hall played a lead role in the IPC’s Alpine Skiing Sport Technical Committee, an agency responsible for establishing and reviewing the physical criteria for the different levels of the IPC classification system.

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International Paralympic Committee, “Alpine Skiing Classification Rules and Regulations,” ourheritage.ac.nz | OUR Heritage, accessed July 18, 2019, http://otago.ourheritage.ac.nz/items/show/8014.

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