Pennsylvania Ballroom
                                    Scrimmage
                                          2017

Rules and Regulations

(1)  ALL CLOSED SYLLABUS EVENTS WILL BE INVIGILATED USING THE CURRENT NDCA LIST OF ELEMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS.

 

(2)  PENALTIES MAY BE GIVEN WITHOUT WARNING FOR ANY SYLLABUS INFRACTIONS.

 

CONDUCT:

1.  While on the competition premises, competitors shall conduct themselves at all times in a civil and sportsmanlike manner.

 

2.  It is the competitor's responsibility to be in attendance at least one-half hour in advance of the advertised time scheduled for the events he is entering.  Organizers are not required ot delay the program for the benefit of latecomers.

 

3.  Competitors entering an NDCA registered event shall accept as final the individual markings of the judges, and no appeal against them ay be made except when it can be shown that the actual markings have been incorrectly evaluated.

 

4.  If officials and competitors mutually consent to discuss markings and results after the conclusion of the event, they should do so in a civil, ethical, and professional manner.  Any beaches of professional conduct should be immediately reported to the NDCA.

 

5.  A competitor who removes any of the Master Scrutineer Sheets without the permission of the the Organizer, shall render themselves liable to disciplinary action.

 

6.  If a couple fails to appear for an event without notifying the organizer in advance, then the organizer is not obligated to accept entries from that couple for future competitions.



"No responsibilty for loss or theft of articles left in Changing Rooms, Ballrooms or Hotel Rooms can be accepted by the Organizer, or by the NDCA, Inc. and neither can they be held liable for injury sustained by persons attending this evvent.  Everyone attending does so at his or her own risk."

 

"All persons attending this event, whether as spectators, competitors, officials, or guests of the organizer, shall be bound by the National Dance Council of America, Inc. rules, and by participating in this event automatically become obligated to adhere to them."