All India Inter University Roller Sports (M & W) Championship 2019-20

RIMT University Mandi Gobindgarh, Punjab has been given the responsibility to conduct the All India Inter University Roller Sports (M & W) Championship for the session 2019-20 by the Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi. The last date of receiving participation entries will be conducted as per the details below:

S.No Name of the Tournament Dates of Tournament Last date of receiving Participation Entries Last Date of receiving Detailed Entries
1 All India Inter University Roller Sports Championship 2019 11th to 14th February 2020 1 February 2020 3 February 2020

General Information & stipulations

  • Venue: RIMT University, Mandi Gobindgarh, Punjab.
  • All the teams are requested to report at the RIMT University Campus in Mandi Gobindgarh after 12:00 noon on the 10th of February 2020.
  • A meeting of the Managers/Coaches of the teams will be held one day prior to the commencement of the championship at 3.00 p.m. at RIMT University, Mandi Gobindgarh, Punjab on 10th of February 2020, where they will be provided with information on Match details.
  • The competition will be conducted as per latest rules of Roller Skating Federation of India.
  • The Organizing Committee reserves the right to reschedule the venue, date, time and order of the matches or any other administrative activities to played as per situation, if and when necessary. The decision of the Organizing Committee shall be final & binding.
  • Team Managers are required to submit four copies of the eligibility Performa duly typed and signed by the competent authority of the University as per AIU Rules. Incomplete Performa will not be entertained. No over-writing is permitted on the Performa unless attested by the competent authority of their University.
  • Players must bring with them their Identity Cards of the current session duly signed by the Director Sports/Sports Officer/Registrar of the Concerned University. Managers are also requested to carry authority letters from their respective Universities.
  • Team Manager will be fully responsible for their players to maintain discipline at the venue of the Championship and also at the place of stay.
  • Participating teams are requested to bring with them their own locks etc. Mattresses will be provided at the place of lodging at additional cost, which has to be borne by the respective University. Managers will have to deposit Rs 3000/- as security, which will be refunded after the return of material issued by the office.
  • Officiating charges shall be charged as per latest rules of AIU.
  • Teams are requested to report at the match venue 30 minutes before the start of the match/event in proper sports kit. Shuttle Service by RIMT University will be provided for tournament venue to Accommodation at timely intervals for which details will be provided to the Manager at managers meeting.
  • Teams will bring with them two of their University Flags for the March Past. Participation of the teams in the March past is essential. An Opening Ceremony for the Championship will be held at the RIMT University, Mandi Gobindgarh, Punjab on 11th of February 2020.
  • All the details regarding the Championship may be regularly emailed to the team Manager, therefore it is requested that the University fills in Correct Contact details of the authorized manager who shall also accompany the team for the Championship.

Events

1. Speed Skating:

  • Maximum Skaters allowed from each University in Men & Women are 24 each (24 Men & 24 Women).

Distances for six Inline Speed Skating Races:

S.No Event Name Distance
1 Road Race 1 100 Meters Sprint
2 Road Race 2 1 Lap Sprint
3 Road Race 3 10000 Meters Point Race
4 Track Race 1 300 Meters (Time Trial)
5 Track Race 2 500 Meters Sprint
6 Track Race 3 1000 Meters Sprint

Note: From each University, a skater can take part in maximum 3 out of 6 races with not more than four skaters taking part in each race.

Road Race:

  • 100 Meters Sprint: It is a race on 100m road straight. During the first round, only best times are qualified. The following rounds, the winners of the heat accede directly to the next round and the other skaters are qualified according to the best times in the heats. The final is run by 2 or 3.
  • 1 Lap Sprint: In each qualification heat, only the winner and the second accede to the following round. The final is run by 4 skaters. Note: The distance for 1 Lap race on road will depend on the lap distance available for the race. Example: Even if the one lap distance for the road course available is 400 Meters or 450 Meters or 550 meters etc it will be called as 1 Lap race.
  • 10000 Meters Point Race: This race awards a score for each skater after each fixed point of the course. At the completion of the last lap a greater score will be awarded. The skater totaling the highest number of points wins the race.

Track Race:

  • 300 Meters Time Trial(T.T):Skated individually, while the time is taken by means of a time keeping (electronic or manual). The finish time determines the ranking.
  • 500 Meters Sprint: In each qualification heat, only the winner and the second accede to the following round. The final is run by 4 skaters.
  • 1000 Meters Sprint: Only the winners of the heat accede directly to the next round. The other skaters are qualified according to the best time in the heats.

2. Artistic Skating: Maximum Skaters allowed from each University in Men & Women are 4 each (4 Men & 4 Women). Event: Free Skating (quad).

  • For Free Skating(Quad) a skater to claim a Gold Medal must first score an average of 6 out of 10 marks, for Silver 5.5 out of 10 mark, for Bronze 5 out of 10 marks. The medals will be given thereafter subject to their ranking. Till unless there are common, Joint winners will not be declared. For example if no one gets 6 marks and above, the person getting say between 5.9 to 5.5 marks will get Silver and one getting less than the said person will get bronze only. Others below them will not get any medals.

Note: From each University, four Men & four Women skaters can take part in Free Skating event.

3. Inline Freestyle Skating: Maximum Skaters allowed from each University in Men & Women are 4 each (4 Men & 4 Women). Event: Inline Speed Slalom. Inline Speed Slalom is about dashing and weaving through a line of cones placed at intervals. The whole objective is to complete the line of cones as fast as possible.

Note: From each University, four Men & four Women skaters can take part in Inline Speed Slalom event.

4. Skateboarding: Maximum Skaters allowed from each University in Men & Women are 4 each (4 Men & 4 Women).Event: Half Pipe. A participant must score at least an average of 60% marks to get a Gold Medal, for Silver Medal an average of 55% marks and for Bronze Medal an average of 50% marks.

Note: From each University, four Men & four women skaters can take part in Half Pipe event.

General Rules

  • Skaters are to participate in one discipline only i.e.in Speed Skating or Artistic Skating or Freestyle Skating or Skateboarding.
  • Skaters are to bring wheels suitable for use on all kind of floors including Asphalt/ Asphalt Coated, Cement – Kota – Cudappa Stone - Tandur Stone – Mosaic – Tarmac – Wooden-Road surfaces etc.

For any technical queries please coordinate with Shri D.Bhagrath, Mob 09703288889 & Pro. PK Singh 9920899915 ( RSFI TEAM )

For any queries please coordinate with organizing secretary Shri (Dr. Parwinder Singh, Mob 8360699983).

For accommodation and transport please coordinate with Shri (Dr. Lokendra Kathayat, Mob 09877520384; Mr Harinder Singh, 09815616852; Mr Adarsh Kant, 09646895036).