RS:One World Championship
18 Dec 14
The rules of procedure of the ISAF Disciplinary Commission and the ISAF Review Board are available via the links below.
With effect from 23 September 2013, the maximum fine that may be imposed by the Disciplinary Commission is €50,000.
Questions, reports or comments on disciplinary matters should be sent by email or in writing to the Chief Executive Officer.
|Name||Regarding||Decision||Decision if available|
|Leandro Martin Luque (ARG)||Breaches of good manners and sportmanship contrary to RRS 69||Suspension of ISAF Eligibilty for 5 years from 30 October 2012 to 29 October 2017|
|Dirk de Ridder (NED)||Appeal to ISAF Review Board against International Jury decision||Appeal dismissed|
The above table shows disciplinary sanctions that are currently in force or recent decisions of the Disciplinary Commission and/or Review Board.
Under the ISAF Eligibility Code (Regulation 19), all competitors are automatically granted Competition Eligibility. Competition Eligibility can be suspended or revoked (or have conditions imposed upon it) by either an ISAF Member National Authority (within its own jurisdiction only) or by ISAF.
A competitor who does not have Competition Eligibility (i.e. it has been suspended or revoked), or who is in breach of a condition imposed upon it, shall not compete in any competition in the sport of sailing to which any of the ISAF Racing Rules of Sailing or ISAF Regulations apply.
A boat that races with, as part of her crew, a competitor who is in breach of the Eligibility Code is to disqualified from all affected races in the event of a protest.
ISAF Eligibility is an additional qualification to Competition Eligibility. A competitor has ISAF Eligibility if he:
In addition, the competition must also be registered as an ISAF Sailor on the ISAF website if involved the following events:
ISAF Eligibility is required if a competitor is competing in any of the following events: