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World Cup
The Rules for the Indoor World Cup for Four-in-Hand Driving for the
season 2002-2003 were approved.

Top Driver Award
The Bureau agreed that date clashes for Four-in-Hand Top Driver Award
events should be avoided and that events with traditional dates should
be given preference.
The best four results per driver for the Four-in-Hand Top Driver Award
will count for 2003 overall classification.

2003 CAI-A events that count as qualifiers for the 2003 World Cup will
be permitted to have only three marathon phases. Each NF will be limited
to a maximum of two such events.
Other CAI-A events in 2003 may have either three or five marathon
phases, and will also count for the Four-in-Hand Top Driver Award. 2003
CAIO events may have three or five marathon phases and 2003
Championships must have five phases.

An open forum will be held in 2003 to discuss the Committee’s proposal
to introduce a three-phase marathon for all international events
including championships.

Central European Challenge
The rules for the introduction of a Central European Challenged were

Promotion to the status of Official International Judge
Mrs Diana Brownlie (GBR) was promoted to the status of Official
International Judge.

Official International status for Course Designers
The Bureau approved the introduction of an Official International status
for Driving Course Designers and the promotion of the following course
designers to the status of Official International Course Designer: Mr
Arjan. Brinks (NED), Mr Wolfgang Astendorf (GER), Mr Christian Iseli
(AUT), Mr Richard Nicoll (USA).

Entries, substitutions and clarifications
Modifications to the Jumping rules were accepted to clarify entries,
substitutions and declarations.

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