2003 Evaluation Contest Rules

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A. Protests will be limited to judges and contestants. Any protest will be lodged with the chief judge and/or contest chairman prior to the announcement of the winner and alternate(s). The contest chairman shall notify the contestant of a disqualification regarding eligibility prior to that announcement before the meeting at which the contest took place is adjourned.

B. The contest chairman can disqualify a contestant on the basis of eligibility.

C. All decisions of the judges are final.


In contests with five or more participants, a third place winner (if wanted), a second place winner, and a first place winner will be announced. in contests with four or fewer participants, a second place and first place winner will be announced.


Districts conducting Evaluation Contests should announce the date of the District contest and establish dates by which the Division, Area, and Club contests must be completed.


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Composed with care by Peter Bunce, DTM/ATM-S/CL
Updated: Friday, December 27, 2002

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