Resolution № 8 "Approval of World Records men and women youth teams"

«APPROVED»
XVI International Conference of
Noncommercial partnership
"The International Sport Federation
of firefighters and rescuers»


RESOLUTION

19 November 2015                             № 8                                                    Izmir
                                                                                                                         (Turkish Republic)

Approval of World Records
men and women
youth teams



In accordance with the rules of the competition in Fire and Rescue (Fire-Applied) sport approved by the XV International Conference of the International Sport Federation of firefighters and rescuers, protocols competitions in sports disciplines IV World Championship among men's national youth teams and II World Championship women's national youth teams Fire and Rescue sport, reports the chief referee of the competition and in order to conduct the annual fixation of individual and team records in sports disciplines Fire and Rescue sport among men and women, the XVI International Conference of Noncommercial Partnership "The International Sport Federation of firefighters and rescuers» has decided:

1. To consider the highest athletic achievement (performance) on sports disciplines World Championships women's youth teams in Fire and Rescue sport World record.

2. The records of the World sports disciplines Fire and Rescue sport among male youth teams as of January 1, 2016 without changes (Appendix № 1).

3. Approve the world record for the sports disciplines II World Championship women's national youth teams of fire-rescue sport in Grodno (Belarus) 2015 and make appropriate changes:
3.1. Climbing with the hook ladder on the 2nd floor of the training tower: 7,22 seconds – Chendakova Ekaterina (Russian Federation).
3.2. Overcoming the 100-meter obstacle course: 16,00 seconds – Iroyshava Sarka (Czech Republic).
3.3. Double-Event (Climbing with the hook ladder on the 2nd floor of the training tower and Overcoming the 100-meter obstacle course): 23,86 seconds – Chendakova Ekaterina (Russian Federation).
3.4. Combat deployment: 25,33 seconds – the team of the Republic of Belarus.

4. To approve the record World in sport disciplines Fire and Rescue sport among female youth teams as of January 1, 2016 (Appendix № 2).