Competition Rules

1. Eligible competitors
Judges and their recognized trainees, public prosecutors, solicitors/barristers (lawyers) and their recognized trainees, notaries and their recognized trainees are eligible for participation. Spouses and children of those participating in SKILEX can participate in the guests category.
The Organizing Committee reserves the right to verify the conditions of eligibility.

2. Competitions
The following competitions will be organized and are open to all eligible participants:
- Giant slalom
- Cross-country individual (free-style) women 5 km / men 10 km (5 km from 1962 and older)
- Cross country relay per nation (3 x 5 km)
- Combination results giant slalom / cross country skiing
- Fun race

3. Registration
Registration for the SKILEX competitions should be submitted to the Organization Committee before November 30, 2017. The acceptance of later registration remains reserved.

4. Categories

Men class

Year of birth

I.

1983 and younger

II.

1973 to 1982

III.

1963 to 1972

IV.

1953 to 1962

V.

1952 and older

VI.                   

guests

Women class

Year of birth

VII.

1983 and younger

VIII.

1973 to 1982

IX.

1963 to 1972

X.

1953 to 1962

XI.

1952 and older

XII.

guests


In the event that the number of participants for the giant slalom exceeds 20 in a given class, the Organizing Committee will subdivide the classes II, III, IV, V into two, with a difference of 5 years in age. The same applies for the classes VIII, IX and X when the number of participants exceeds 10, as well as for the cross-country competitions. The Organizing Committee will merge two groups, should the number of participants in a class be less than three. 

5. Results
In addition to the ratings of the individual classes, there will be an overall rating for each discipline. There will be separate results for the SKILEX combination, resulting from the giant slalom and the cross-country competitions.
The Skilex Combination winners in each class are those who accumulate the highest number of the Skilex Combination Points (SCP). In order to establish the winner in each class, the SCP for both individual disciplines (giant slalom and cross country individual race) are accumulated.

Skilex Combination Points Formula:

Best Result in a Class (in seconds) * 1000 = Personal SCP in each competition 
Personal Result (in seconds) 

6. National Winners: SKILEX CUP
The eight best SKILEX competitors from each country, with a maximum of two in each category and a minimum of one for each competition (giant slalom and individual cross-country) will be evaluated on a point system. Points will be given according to the results of each competitor. The country accumulating the fewest points will be the winner.

7. Starting order
The starting order for each class will be determined by drawing lots. The jury will decide the starting order of the classes, according to the prevailing weather and snow conditions.

8. Protests
Protests are to be submitted to the jury in accordance with the International Competition Rules (ICR). 

9. Liability
Participation in the competitions, as well as in all events, is at the risk of the participant. The organizing committee denies any liability for participants, spectators or third parties.

10. Technicalities
The statutes of SKILEX International will regulate any points not covered by the above, followed by the International Competition Rules (ICR), and the FIS Rules.