In light of the recently posted video of an unfortunate boat path, I have some questions with boat path and what gets done about a poor one..one that may not be that extreme.
1. How do you judge the pylon location when the head of a judge is clearly in the way? Use the judges head? Is it vid from stearn direction that gets used?
....I've seen stearn vid of a skier behind a tail wagging Centurian with the pylon pretty straight down the middle.
2. How is it decided it is cheating vs just sucky driving when I have heard that it is hard to "help" a skier on such a short line.? A sudden increase in scores aside, what really determines a cheat driver?.
4. If it is cheating, what is the judicious procedure for making changes to scores?
5. What is the judicious procedure for reviewing further boat paths when one is determined to be out of line?
Looking for answers outside of the controversy and emotions. Looking for judges to chime in. It may be a good thing for current and future sites that are taking time and money to put on tournaments. Especially sites that may want to go from class C to an R. Hopefully good info and less emotions can prevail on this thread. Just looking for answeres, not examples....although hypotheticals that can easily explain rules may help.
>>> 11.25..a different kettle of fish. <<<
Not sure how to deal with a long link?