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Rules and Regulation

SS 15 MUSIC ACCOMPANIMENTS


SS 15.1 The Sound Center Manager shall be responsible for the securing and properly presenting the accompaniment for each routine.

SS 15.2 For FINA competitions a decibel (sound level) meter shall be used to monitor the sound level and ensure that no person is exposed to average sound levels exceeding 90 decibels (rms) or momentary peak sound levels exceeding 100 decibels.

SS 15.3 Team Managers / Coaches are responsible for individually labeling tapes and/or discs (Minidisc or CD or DAT) as to speed, name of the competitor and country.Each competitor is entitled to trial test of a part of her music accompaniment prior to her start to adjust the volume and speed. If the sound reproduction is not working during the competition, the Team Manager is entitled to bring another copy immediately to the Sound Centre Manager. If it also fails to work, then the competitor(s) will have a one (1) point penalty. In case the tapes, Mini disc, CD or DAT are sent before the competition at the final entry date to the Management Committee, the Sound Center Manager will be responsible for correct execution of the music.