Monday, October 14, 2019

CODE OF BEHAVIOR

The CTC Athlete Penal Code has 6 classifications of penal categories.

  • A. Adding minutes to the finishing time

  • B. Finishing time nullification

  • C. Prohibition of participation in a particular event

  • D. Prohibition of participation in specific events

  • E. Prohibition of participation in all competitions for a certain period of time

  • F. Delivery of personal data to police authorities

 

More specifically, the penal categories are as follows:

 

A. Addition of 20 minutes to the finishing time

  1. If the athlete deliberately changes course outside of the official race track
  2. If the athlete is verbally abusing his teammates and event personnel
  3. If the athlete is littering the mountain landscape and not properly discarding waste in the rubbish bins

 

B. Finishing time nullification

  1. If the athlete is reacting violently towards event personnel and his teammates
  2. If the athlete abandons a fellow athlete in an emergency
  3. If the athlete is continuously carrying out actions from Category A

 

C. Prohibition of participation in a particular event

  1. If one or more athletes work together to mislead timing results
  2. If a seriously injured athlete refuses medical assistance
  3. If a seriously injured athlete refuses to abandon the race despite the requests of the medical staff
  4. If an athlete refuses to abandon the race despite instruction by the organizers
  5. If the athlete is continuously carrying out actions from Categories A and B

 

D. Prohibition of participation in specific events

  1. If an athlete has reported false medical information
  2. If an athlete has reported false personal details
  3. If the athlete is continuously carrying out actions from Categories A, B and C


E. Prohibition of participation in all competitions for a certain period of time

  1. If an athlete deliberately inflicts self-injury
  2. If an athlete deliberately sabotages the organizing authority
  3. If an athlete uses illegal substances to improve their performance
  4. If the athlete is continuously carrying out actions from Categories A, B, C and D

 

F. Delivery of personal data to police authorities

  1. If an athlete is responsible for or associated with theft during the event
  2. If an athlete is responsible for or associated with bodily harm caused to event personnel or his teammates
  3. If an athlete is responsible for or associated with a fire caused at the event
  4. If an athlete is responsible for or associated with poisoning sources of water or food
  5. If an athlete is responsible for or associated with the handling and trafficking of prohibited substances
  6. If an athlete is responsible for or associated with the death of a person or animal during the event