4.3 Protests

  • Posted on: 5 November 2015
  • By: admin

Protests must be made in writing and handed with the fee specified in the competition rules to the Competitions Panel Chairman who will appoint a Jury President; the President will appoint a further two jury members.

If a protest is about scoring it must be made by noon on the day following rejection of the complaint except on the penultimate day when the deadline is noon on the following day irrespective of the time of rejection of the complain and on the last day when the deadline for both protests is 90 minutes after the official scores are posted. Other protests must also comply with these deadlines. The Meet Director or Competitions Panel Chairman may allow an extension of this period where appropriate.