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New competition rules have been adopted

New competition rules have been adopted

The Management Board of the World Competition Federation (WCF) has recently adopted a refreshed version of the existing competition rules, aiming to enhance the competitive framework within the competitions. The last competition rules have been in effect since 2018. Recognizing the need for improvement, they initiated discussions to refresh the current regulations. Concerns were raised about the flaws of these rules in facilitating optimal event organization and ensuring fair gameplay evaluation.

In response to these concerns, Board Members Nahid Aghazada, , Jean Adriano Barros, Elgiz Alizada,  Andre Cerutti and Jamil Huseyn collaborated with the Council of Masters to unveil a revised version of the WCF Competition rules. Noteworthy adjustments in the new rules include a reduction in the points allocated to Judging Referee number 5, who is responsible for assessing Takedowns and Dodgings. Additionally, there is a consolidation of the roles of Judging Referees number 3 and 4 in smaller events with fewer than 100 participants.

 

These changes signify a concerted effort by the WCF to refine the competition framework and uphold fairness and integrity in gameplay evaluation. The introduction of these revised rules marks a significant step forward in advancing the standards of competitive sport within the Capoeira community.



28/01/2024

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