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Saturday, August 13, 2016

Ganda (Doubles) in Championship Pencak Silat

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Ganda (Doubles)



Pencak Silat competition category in which two Pesilat of the same team perform their skills and demonstrates the richness of their attack-defense Jurus techniques. The attack-defense movements are performed in a well-planned, effective, aesthetic, stable and logical manner, well-organized, whether it is a powerful and fast movement or slow and contemplative movement, bare-handedly and armed.

Scoring

Confronts two Pesilat of the same team that performs choreographed technical skills rich of attacking - defensive movement of Pencak Silat.

The movement of attacking defesive movement is performed with a well planned, effective, aesthetical, powerful and in orderly series with the empty hands or with weapon according to rules and regulations

1. Competition Equipment

Attire

A standard Pencak Silat costume of any color and plain (the top and bottom pieces may be of different color)
Use a headband (a veil not covering face, is not consider as a headband) and ‘kain samping’ of plain color or decorated
The color choice and combination are entirely at the discretion of the contestant
The costume color and the headband/’kain samping’ pattern of the pairing contestants of Ganda category may be of similar or different uniformity
It is allowed to have the badge of the contestant’s main association on the left chest and PERSILAT badge on the right chest, the national flag on left arm. The name of the country at the upper back of the attire


Weapon

For Pre-Teen and Pre-Junior,

  • golok or parang is made of metal or wood, non-sharp pointed with length between 20 cm up to 30 cm
  • With the width of between 2 cm to 3.5 cm
  • Toya (long stick), made of rattan with the length of between 100-150 cm and diameter of between 1.5-2.5 cm


For Junior, Senior and Master,

  • golok or parang is made of metal or wood, non-sharp pointed with length between 30 cm up to 40 cm
  • With a width of between 2.5 cm to 4 cm
  • Toya (long stick), made of rattan with the length of between 150-180 cm and diameter of between 2.5-3.5 cm


For Pre-Teen and Pre-Junior (additional weapon).

  • Knife made of metal or wood, blunt and non sharp-pointed with size between 10 cm up to 15 cm
  • Keris, sickle, sai made of metal or wood, blunt and non sharp-pointed with size between 20 cm up to 30 cm


For Junior, Senior and Master,

  • Knife made of metal or wood, non sharp-pointed with size between 15 cm up to 20 cm
  • Keris, sickle, sai made of metal or wood, non sharp-pointed with size between 30 cm up to 40 cm


The usage of selected weapon may be One or two pieces of a kind. Usage Technic and type of selected weapons is up to the respective Silat Schools. The weapon using technique is free style.
The Pesilats are free to:

  • Take turns in using the weapon and then bare-handed.
  • Release or drop weapon in accordance with the performance description


The showcase is to begin as follows:
To begin with bare-hand movement.
Free to continue:
  • One Pesilat using weapon while the other bare-handedly, or both Pesilat using weapon.
  • During performance the weapon moves (transfer) from one Pesilat to the other.
  • Release or drop weapon in accordance with the performance description.
Each series begins with "sikap pasang", execution of attack/defense technique, and return to "sikap pasang" or starting move. Pesilats have the freedom to determine the number of series to be performed within three-minute time.

It allowed to utter sound during the performance as long as not excessively.


2.Competition Stages

2.1. When a competition is participated by more than 7 (seven) contestants, a pool system will be implemented.

2.2. Three Contestants with the highest scores from each pool will compete again in the next round. unless the following round is the final.

The participants of the final round will be the best 3 (three)—in terms of gaining
scores— from the previous competition pool stages.

2.3. The number of pool is decided in a meeting attended by International Technical Delegates, Competition Chairman and Council of Jury. The decision will be announced to the participants at the Technical Meeting.

2.4. The pool division for contestants are determined by drawing of lots during the Technical Meeting. Voting method, i.e either manually or digitally will be decided through voting at the Technical Meeting.

2.5. Each category should be participated by minimum 2 (two) participants and
directly goes to final round.


3. Duration of Competition
The performance duration is 3 (three) minutes. Same as Tunggal category.


4. Competition Procedure
The beginning of competition:
  • Juries reporting for duty to the Competition Chairman from the right side of the Competition Chairman
  • Show respect and readiness to perform duty
  • Taking the allocated seats.

The weapons that were certified by the Competition Chairman will be placed at the weapon quarantine station as prepared by the organizing committee. Pesilat/coach will be allowed to collect the weapons just before he/she enter the arena (immediately after his/her name was announced).

Pesilat
a. Entering the arena from the left side of the Competition Chairman
b. Walk towards the centre of arena.
c. Pesilat is to place the weapon on the weapon stand (no assistance from coach)
d. Show respect to the Competition Chairman and turning back to show respect to the Juries. 

Competition Chairman will signal the Juries, time keeper and other Competition official to alert them that duty is about to begin.

The showcase
a. Showcase the Opening PERSILAT greeting
b. The gong will be strike to mark the beginning of performance time
c. The gong will be strike to mark the end of performing time.

At the end of the performance
a. Contestant to show respect to the Juries and Competition Chairman from the centre of the arena
b. To leave the arena by the left side of the Competition Chairman


Time Keeping
a. The competition chairman will make sure/take charge of the showcase time.
b. The time keeper will keep track of the 3 minutes showcase.
c. Competition Chairman will announce the actual showcase time. (Should the digital scoring is in used, the time tracking will be as displayed on the screen) 



5. Competition Rule of Ganda (Double)

5.1. Rules of the game

5.1.1. For 3 (three) minutes the participant performs the richness technique of jurus attack-defense with bare hands and with weapons.

A tolerance period of +/-10 seconds is allowed for Pre-teen and Pre-Junior catagories while +/-5 seconds for the Junior, Senior and Masters catagories.

Should the tolerance period go beyond the limit, penalty will be imposed accordingly.

5.1.2 Uttering of sound is allowed.


5.2. Penalties

5.2.1  Deduction of score is imposed each time contestant performs the following faulty:
A. Time factor
  • beyond the tolerance period.
  • ten (10) to fifteen (15) seconds –deduction of 10 points for Pre-teen and PreJunior catogaries and five (5) to ten (10) seconds for Junior, senior and masters catogaries.

Should the showcase go beyond these tolenrances period the showcase will be stopped and declared disqualified.

B. Other factors
Deduction of 5 (five) points penalty will be imposed to the following :
  • contestant crosses the arena borderline (10m x 10m).
  • each time the weapon drop against prescription.
  • weapon did not drop as prescribe in the prescription.
  • The weapons that was prescribe as drop (in the prescription), drop outside the arena and pesilat crosses the arena to pick the weapon (as it is still needed for the showcase)
  • using not fully proper weapon according to the regulation, or broken golok, broken toya, golok loose from its head. 

No deduction of score for accessories falls

5.2.2. Walk-Out
Participation will be declared as Walk-over should contestant failed to report to Competition’s Secretary after being call for the 3rd time.

The interval between the call outs will be at thirty (30) seconds each.

5.2.3. Disqualification
a. Pesilat wears wrong costume or uses wrong weapon not according to competition regulation is disqualified.
b. As stated in 5.2.1A
c. Pesilat is unable to show the letter of medical health before competition started


6. Scoring

Scoring consist of:
6.1. Score of attack-defense technique:
The score of attack-defense technique— bare-handed or armed, includes various attack-defense techniques by hands or foot such as: hitting, kicking, sweeping, dropping, parrying, dodging/evading, catching, locking, etc. Scoring shall focus on the following elements:
a. The quality of attack-defense techniques in barehanded as well as using weapon.
b. The richness of attack-defense techniques in barehanded as well as using weapon.
c. The skill and creativity of attack-defense techniques
d. The logic in executing attack-defense technique

Score ranges from 60 (sixty) to 80 (eighty) points which is the total score of the above four elements of technique.

6.2. Firmness Score:
Firmness score consists of elements of firmness, harmony, courage of both Pesilats during performance.
Scoring shall focus on the following elements:
a. Firmness and strictness of movement
b. Harmony/solidity of both Pesilats
c. Courage in weapon skill
d. Power and stamina

Score ranges from 50 to 60 points which is the integrated score of the above four elements of firmness.

6.3. Soulfulness score includes the following elements:
a. The harmony of expression of movement soulfulness
b. The harmony of movement rhythm Score ranges from 50 (fifty) to 60 (sixty) points which is the integrated score of both elements of soulfulness.



7. Decision and announcement of the winner

7.1 The winner is the contestant who gains the highest score for his/her performance from 3 (three) our of 5 (five) jurors with elimination of the highest and the lowest score.

7.2 If the scores are equal, the winner will be determine accordingly:
  • The contestant who gains the total highest Technique points from the 3 (three) jurors as decided in para 7.1.
  • The contestant who gains the highest points in firmness, soulfulness and stamina from 3 (three) jurors as decided in para 7.1.
  • The contestant whose duration of performance is the closest to precise time of 3 (three) minutes.
  • The winner is the contestant who gains the least penalty points.
  • If the result remains the same, the Competition Chairman will do a toss coin on to the matress witnessed by Technical Delegate, Council of Juror and Team Managers of respective Contestant.
7.3. The score of each contestant is announced after the Jury has finished their task in giving score to all contestants of the catogary.


Total obtained scores will be shown on scoring board while announced by Competition Chairman except when using digital scoring board where the scores from each Jury and total scores are displayed in the screen instantly.


Video Pencak Silat Competition 
Ganda (Doubles) Catogary



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