All Sports 2020
(The 30 days’ notice for movement clearance (Paras 25-27 & Anx A Paras 10-11) is probably the most pressing issue for some teams.)
- New Para 9 & 10: Risk Management
- Partially new Para 15
- New Para 21: CO’s Authority
- New Para 25 & 26: Transit Clearance Through Europe
- Para renumbered after 26 (and also the anomaly of two Para 13s in the original removed!)
- Amended para 23: No longer a requirement to apply for Staff Clearance.
- New para 46 & 47: Claims
- New para 48: Army Situational Awareness Room (ASAR)
- New Appx 2 & 3 to Annex A: transiting through Low Countries and France
- New Annex A8: Travel to and through Germany
- New contact details for Transit Clearance Desk at Annex D-1
2015DIN01-185: Insurance for Adventurous Training Activities.
JSP 752: Tri Service Regulations for Allowances.
JSP 419: Joint Services Adventurous Training Scheme.
JSP 375 Volume 2 Leaflet 11: Safety in Military Training and Exercises.
AGAI Volume 1 Chapter 11: Adventurous Training.
AGAI Volume 1 Chapter 13: Army Biathlon Shooting Policy.
Reminder on the Use of Military Vehicles
Event organisers are to note that Service Regulations apply at all times to service transport, including vehicles that are hired at public expense. Unless there is a specific exemption, civilians (including spouses of military VIPs) are not permitted to travel in military transport. This will have implications for event organisers, especially with respect to how visitors are looked after. Check out JSP 800 for details.
The AWSA Army Ski Competition Rule Book is published in 2 disciplines – Alpine and Nordic. The Nordic ski disciplines covered include Biathlon, Cross Country (XC) and the Military Patrol Race.
SIGNIFICANT REVISIONS IN THIS EDITION
- AWSA 1.11 (IBU 1.2): The “3rd year Junior”, i.e. born in 1998, will now count as a “Junior” in the context of the “Novice / Junior / Youth Rule” (AWSA 1.5).
- AWSA C.13 & C.14: Revised Qualification system for male teams and female athletes to Ex RUCKSACK.
- FIS have changed their terminology from ‘Ladies’ to ‘Women’, which aligns with that used by IBU. Therefore all AWSA competitions are now for Men and/or Women. Corps and unit ski teams may continue to use ‘Ladies’ in their team titles, as that is a CO’s prerogative.
This 2020 edition is effective from 01 October 2019. It completely replaces all previous editions, amendments and drafts of the AWSA Nordic Rule Book, which should be destroyed.
Army Snowboarding Association Rules 2016
(To Supplement the FIS International Competition Rules)
The Army Snowboard Association (ASBA) Rules are issued to clarify or expand upon the FIS International Snowboard Competition (ICR) Rules. Both the FIS ICR and the ASBA Rules will be followed by the organisers and competitors at an Army Snowboard Competition. These rules will be reviewed annually and also when the FIS ICR is revised.