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Registration and competition Requirements for Lei Tai (Full Contact Fighting)

 

Lei Tai Competitor Information

All Lei Tai competitors and coaches should review the following information regarding timeline, rules, equipment requirements and medical requirements for the Lei Tai full contact fighting event.

 

Lei Tai Competition Requirements

 

All Kuo Shu Lei Tai full contact competitors and coaches should review the following information regarding documentation, equipment, and medical requirements for the Kuo Shu Lei Tai full contact fighting events.


To compete in a Kuo Shu Lei Tai event, competitors must comply with the following requirements:

    • Complete a 2017 Registration Form via online registration or paper form ( Click HERE to register online )no later than 2 weeks prior to the official weigh-In.
    • Complete a 2017 Lei Tai Waiver Form.( Click here to download the Waiver ) Bring the completed waiver to the official weigh-In.
    • Comply with 2017 Lei Tai Documentation Requirements (see details below).
    • Comply with 2017 Lei Tai Medical Requirements (see details below).
    • Comply with 2017 Lei Tai Equipment Requirements (link to page).
    • Successfully complete weigh-in between 2pm and 8pm on Friday, 28 July 2017.
    • If you have any questions, please contact us at leitai@usksf.org

If your medical exam and/or lab report is being conducted in a non-English speaking country, you must provide your 2017 Lei Tai (Full Contact Fighting) Pre-Participation Health Questionnaire and lab report to the USKSF at least one week prior to the tournament. Scan these materials, send them to leitai@usksf.org and then bring the originals to weigh-in.

Tournament Officials reserve the right to exclude or remove any competitor from the Kuo Shu Lei Tai event
 

Lei Tai Documentation Requirements


Lei Tai competitors must be a minimum of 18 years of age on the day of Weigh In and less than 41 years of age at Closing Ceremonies. Lei Tai competitors are required to provide proof of age. Acceptable documentation includes the following:

  • Driver’s License
  • Passport
  • Birth Certificate

Lei Tai competitors must provide proof that they are covered by a current health care insurance policy. Acceptable documentation includes the following:

  • Health Care Insurance Card
  • Official letter from the provider documenting current coverage

 

Lei Tai Medical Requirements

Lei Tai competitors are required to complete a Lei Tai (Full Contact Fighting) Pre-Participation Health Questionnaire form as part of the registration process. We recommend that you print out a copy of these requirements and provide them to your medical doctor to ensure compliance. You must bring a copy of your lab report with results to the official weigh-in.
The 2017 Lei Tai (Full Contact Fighting) Pre-Participation Health Questionnaire (Click HERE to download the Questionnaire) form must conform to the following requirements:

    1. Health Questionnaire must be completed within 30 days prior to official weigh-in.
    2. The form must be completed by a licensed medical doctor (MD) or equivalent, including a nurse practitioner, a registered nurse, or a physician’s assistant. License must be current. We will not accept an evaluation form completed by acupuncturists, Oriental Medical Doctors (OMD), Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) doctors, dentists, oral surgeons, chiropractors, podiatrists, or other specialties that are not suited to evaluate fitness to compete in this event.
    3. You must have completed HIV, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and pregnancy test (for female competitors) no more than 30 days from the day of weigh-in. To compete, Lei Tai competitors must test negative for all the tests listed above. Competitors who have had an immunization shot for Hepatitis B and/or C are not exempt from being tested for Hepatitis B and C.
    4. You must bring the completed medical form, in conformance with all of the above mentioned requirements, to the competition weigh-in/registration.
    5. You must bring a copy of the lab report with results to the official weigh-in.
    6. A doctor’s note is not a substitute for the 2017 Lei Tai Pre-Participation Health Questionnaire form and will not be accepted.

     

  1. In an effort to minimize the risk of serious injury associated with full contact fighting, the USKSF has adopted the following guidelines regarding Medical Disqualifications. At the official weigh-in, you will be required to certify that you are not subject to medical disqualification.  The following shall constitute mandatory grounds for medical disqualification and the associated minimum durations:
    • Technical knockout (TKO) – 30 days disqualification from full contact competition
    • Knockout (KO) or technical knockout (TKO) with loss of consciousness (first occurrence) – 60 days disqualification.
    • Knockout (KO) or technical knockout (TKO) with loss of consciousness (second consecutive occurrence) – 120 days disqualification.

    Consecutive occurrence refers to knockout or technical knockout with loss of consciousness in two consecutive bouts or tournaments regardless of period of time between events.  All competitors should also be advised that if it is later discovered that the competitor failed to disclose prior TKO or KO within the protocol time frame, the USKSF reserves the right to revoke any medals or awards. Disqualification from future sanctioned competition may also apply.
     

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