These rules represent modifications and additions to the standard 1999 IWSF Rules
A contestant may furnish his own line and handle for the ski fly event and of any dimensions or material. Length of the handle attachment measured from the inside surface of the attaching loop furthest from the handle to the center portion of the handle furthest from the attaching loop must be no longer than 32.0m (105 ft).
The ramp must be parallel to the jump course with a tolerance of +7 degrees open & 0 degrees closed. Open means the high end of the jump ramp is turned away from the jump course. The basis of the jump course is the 19st - 19mt line.
The jump ramp should be an inclined plane with an apron on the right hand side. The ramp shall meet the following specifications:
f) The surface must be flat with a maximum deviation of 5.0 cm. from a plane.
Please refer to IWSF rule book for the following for they will remain the same:
Each event shall consist of no more than 4 rounds. All flyers qualified to ski in an event must ski in the preliminary round of that event.
Each contestant shall be allowed three registered jumps in elimination and finals.
This will be further detailed by a diagram. Basically the skier will have the option to have a straight path parallel to the jump or to have the boat angle away from the jump after passing through the 82m timing segment.
The pylon specifications will remain the same except that the height of the pylon will be no higher than 130cm (approx 50").
Distance buoys will be placed every 3m starting at 67m (220') ending at 79m (260').
dimension range 210m(length) 207.9m-212.1m 210m(off-line) -.5m to + .5m 82m 81.59m-82.41m 41m 40.795m-41.205m 19m 18.85m-19.15m 10m 9m- 11.0m 5m 4.90m-5.10m 2.5m 2.40m-2.60m buoy color 19st red 21.5st red 19mt yellow 21.5mt yellow 19et red 24et red 19ec yellow 21.5ec yellow 24ec yellow 210m green