Date: 11-16 Sep 2020
Location: Bydgoszcz (POL)
Official Website: WUCMindSports2020.ukw.edu.pl
- General: 11 Mar 2020
- Quantitative: 11 Jun 2020
- Individual: 11 Aug 2020
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The competition is for national university teams, but you do not need to study at the same university. A maximum of 3 teams / countries may participate.
Registration is via NUSF (National University Sports Federation). FISU announces that different application forms apply depending on when you sign up why it is recommended to contact your country’s NUSF as soon as possible to get right into the application process.
Contact information for NUSF can be found on FISU’s website
All information will be available on the Polish organizer ‘s website
For questions contact Geert Magerman via email email@example.com or tel: +32477861213.
They help you to register teams and hope to see you in Poland.
1. GENERAL TERMS
The Bridge competitions shall be organised in accordance with the most recent technical rules of the World Bridge Federation (WBF) unless otherwise stated. In case of disagreement in the interpretation of these rules, the English text shall be regarded as authoritative.
The programme and duration of competitions are fixed by FISU in agreement with the Organising Committee and the CTI WUC. The competitions shall last four (4) days.
For each tournament, each country is authorised to present three (3) teams of six (6) persons.
Each country can register a delegation composed of a maximum of eighteen (18) competitors and five (5) officials.
The event shall be disputed by teams of four (4) players in a round robin competition, with the option to end with finals.
The OC shall provide the necessary hardware (“Bridgemates”) and software to broadcast the Championships online via “running scores” and BBO (“Bridge Base Online”). At least one (1) match per round shall be broadcast via BBO.
2. PRE-COMPETITION PROCEDURE
Three months before the Championship, the Organising Committee has the right to collect 25% of the total cost of stay per athlete and official from participating countries.
The draw is done by computer software to determine the schedule of the Championship. In case of an odd number of teams, at each round, one (1) team will receive a bye.
3. TECHNICAL OFFICIALS
Nomination and costs International referees shall be appointed jointly by WBF and FISU. The Organising Committee shall bear their costs of travel and board (from two (2) days before the opening ceremony to one (1) day after the closing ceremony).
The costs of the Tournament Director shall be borne by the World Bridge Federation.
Other costs are referenced in the FISU – WBF partnership agreement.
Number of technical officials needed and qualification
At least two (2) English speaking referees shall be appointed, depending on the number of registered participants.
One (1) software technician (approved by the FISU TCC) will be appointed for Bridgemates and running scores software management, as well as the internet transmission on BBO.
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