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  • INTRODUCTION

    The aim of the competition is the win, which has been making the man strong for more than 1000 years.

    To win is the aim of competition, which has been building men strong for more than 1000 years.However, our ancestors experience showed that the formation of the strong man at the expense of the well balanced man damages the value of the athlete / person and limits the depth of the Art itself.

    Never underestimate the competition value which is essential for the growth of the athlete and represents the hard moment of truth when abilities are estimated.

    Competition is indispensable to the athlete who wants to improve because it gives him the chance to verify the effectiveness of the techniques learnt

    Its a means of approaching technique perfection and not a real contest with an opponent

    This way free attacks become constructive and the competition aim isnt to beat the opponent any more but rather to improve with him.

    Following the chivalrous spirit of ancient warriors, the common goal of the martial art is the improvement of knowledge.

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    Kung Fu Vietnamese Division

  • COMPETITION AREA AND EQUIPMENT

    The competition surface must be flat and smooth The competition area will be a matted square with sides from a minimum of 6 m to a maximum of 10 mThe mats must be joined together and embedded one into the other along the sides or fixed with adhesive tape along the outside sides

    2) CHRONOMETER (stopwatch)One chronometer for each official table

    3) ACOUSTIC SIGNALOne acoustic signal like a gong or a bell

    4) JURYS TABLEOne table with chairs for each competition square placed at a distance of 4 m from the competition area centre

    5) WEAPON COMBATAs mentioned above during weapon combats the central referee holds a short stick to award the points and to run the match at a distance

    6) SIDE REFEREES2 side referees for each bare hands combat or team combat4 side referees for each weapon combat

    UNIFORM AND EQUIPMENT

    1) UNIFORMAthletes must wear a uniform or a t-shirt and trousers in conformity with the discipline they belong toClothes which arent in keeping with martial arts ethics arent allowed

    2) BELTBefore getting on the match square athletes must put on the identification belt provided by the organization/federation (light blue or red belt)

    3) SAFETY EQUIPMENT

    The athlete must wear:

    a) a groin protection under the uniformb) chest protector, compulsory for minors, facultative for adultsc) gum shield, facultative for both minors and adultsd) a shin guards which must completely cover feet and toese) 10 ounces gloves for point combat (closed hand)f) free light combat gloves (open hand)

    4) NAILS AND HAIR

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  • Fingernails and toenails must be short and cleanLong hair must be gathered with an elastic strip

    5) GLASSES AND CONTACT LENSESGlasses arent allowed.Athletes are allowed to wear soft contact lenses or special glasses under a protection helmet / head protector with grating

    6) DANGEROUS PERSONAL BELONGINGSBefore the combat the athlete must take off all the personal belongings, metallic or not (rings, chains, bracelets, earring)

    Example of the match square

    ENROLMENT AND ADMISSION TO A COMPETITION

    1) MEDICAL EXAMINATIONAll the athletes must undergo agonistic medical examination and be insuredCoaches must give copy of the medical examination certifications and membership documents of their athletes to the promoter of the competition Athletes lacking in the documents required arent allowed to take part in the competition

    2) ENROLMENTTo take part in the competition athletes must be up to date with the athletes insurance and with the membership for the current year

    The application form must be received by the promoter 15 days before the beginning of the competitionIn the relevant module must be stated the weight of the participants

    Application forms which are late will be rejected

    3) ADMISSION TO THE COMBAT SQUARETo be allowed to the combat square athletes must be wearing all the compulsory protectors listed above and must have clothes in order

    N.B. The athletes who compete without respecting the regulations will be disqualified

    CONDITIONS FOR THE START OF A COMBAT

    1) MEDICAL TEAMThe medical team is made up of a doctor and the paramedical personnel equipped with an ambulance

    2) COMBAT AREAThe 3 m wide area all around the combat square can be entered only by referees, umpires, officials, the coaches of the athletes who are competing and the medical team.

    3) REFEREEING TEAM

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  • At every square side there must be the sufficient number of referees and refereeing assistants

    COACHES

    Athletes can be assisted by a coach either in the team combats or in individual combatsThe couch stays at one square side in the 3 m wide area around the square combat

    The couches are allowed to give their athletes advice only during the stop time between the 1 and the 2 round. Its not allowed to disturb the athletes and referees during the combat

    During the combat its strictly forbidden to shout or disturb referees. Athletes who dont obey these prohibitions can be removed or disqualified

    REFEREES UNIFORM

    The referees uniform consists of grey trousers, a white shirt (long sleeves in winter and short sleeves in summer), a blue jacket, black refereeing shoes (cinesine), a tie with the logo and the

    The uniform, the competition regulations and official membership card are given during the annual refereeing course.The course trains new referees who gain experience and refereeing qualifications in accordance with the dedication demonstrated.

    The refereeing sector is a sector by itself the aim of which is the growth and improvement of the competitions performed with maximum impartiality. It is open to instructors, athletes and whoever wants to share with us the growth of this sector.

    COMPULSORY PROTECTORS

    COMBAT

    POINT COMBAT . closed hand point combat gloves. groin protection. shin guards which completely cover feet and toes . protection helmet with grating. chest protector, mandatory for minors

    FREE LIGHT COMBAT . open hand combat gloves. groin protection. shin guards which completely cover feet and toes . protection helmet with grating. chest protector, mandatory for minors

    TEAM POINT COMBAT . closed hand combat gloves. groin protection

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    official membership card.

  • . shin guards which completely cover feet and toes

    . protection helmet with grating

    . chest protector, compulsory for minors

    WEAPON COMBAT

    WEAPON POINT COMBAT . open hand combat gloves. groin protection. shin guards which completely cover feet and toes . protection helmet with grating. chest protector, compulsory for minors

    WEAPON FREE LIGHT COMBAT . open hand combat gloves. groin protection. shin guards which completely cover feet and toes . protection helmet with grating. chest protector, compulsory for minors

    TEAM WEAPON POINT COMBAT . open hand combat gloves. groin protection. shin guards which completely cover feet and toes . protection helmet with grating. chest protector, compulsory for minors

    PERFORMANCE OF THE COMPETITION

    1) BEGINNING OF THE EVENTAll the athletes will be called for the beginning of the event

    2) BEGINNING OF THE COMPETITIONThe athletes will be called by the jurys table and they go to the combat square of their own category, where they perform the salute with the referees. After that the central referee will visually and orally explains the rules and the score system in order to avoid misunderstandings or following complaints.

    3) COMPETITION TERMINOLOGYIn regional, interregional and national competitions referees give commands in Italian; in European word championship terms are in English

    4) COMBATAfter the athletes have been called by the jurys table, they will stand at the opposite sides of the square. After that the central referee asks tem to reach the square centre to perform the salute before the beginning of the combatIf an athlete doesnt reach the square for the combat after three roll calls, the opponent will be proclaimed winner. Each roll call lasts for 30 seconds at most

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  • COMBAT TIMESEach combat normally lasts 3 minutes timed: a first half of 90 sec, a stop of about 30 sec and a second half of 90 sec.

    INTERVAL BETWEEN THE FIRST HALF AND THE SECOND HALFDuring the interval the athletes will sit at the opposite sides of the square with their coaches

    EVEN SCORE AT THE END OF THE SECOND HALFIn case of even score there is an extra time of 60 sec

    In case of even score at the end of the extra time the combat will be prolonged until one of the athlete performs the first valid technique

    END OF THE COMBAT AFTER THE WIN OF ONE OF THE ATLETEThe central referee will summon the athletes at the square centre, ask for the decision of the side judges, proclaim the winner.

    UNINTENTIONAL ACCIDENTTo let an injured athlete continue the combat the referees will submit themselves to the doctors decision.

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  • POINT COMBAT

    POINT COMBATTechniques of fist, kick, flying kick and sweep are allowedTechniques of wrestling, all kinds of sweep on the floor, strangulation, levers are forbidden

    Inaccurate techniques arent taken into consideration and the ones performed outside the square arent judged.

    The first official warning of the referee is a notice. At the second the athlete loses a point. At the third the athlete is disqualified.

    The athlete who leaves the square receives an oral warning the first time, he will loses one point the second time, he is disqualified the third time.

    The combat is stopped after every effective technique

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