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National Federation of StateHigh School Associations2014-15Wrestling Rules ChangesTake Part. Get Set For Life.

NFHS Wrestling RulesEach state high school association adopting theseNFHS wrestling rules is the sole and exclusive sourceof binding rules interpretations for contests involvingits member schools. Any person having questionsabout the interpretation of NFHS wrestling rulesshould contact the wrestling rules interpreterdesignated by his or her state high schoolassociation.The NFHS is the sole and exclusive source ofmodel interpretations of NFHS wrestling rules. Staterules interpreters may contact the NFHS for modelwrestling rules interpretations. No other modelwrestling rules interpretations should be considered.

Legal Hair CoverRules 4-2-1, 4-3-1aEffective in 2014-15, a legal hair covershall be attached to the ear guards.

Bad TimeRules 5-1-1, 6-6-2The bottom wrestler with the red leg band was supposedto start the second 30-second tiebreaker in the topposition, but the opponent was given the top positioninstead. The result is bad time.

Bad TimeRules 5-1-1, 6-6-2The bottom wrestler with the red leg band was supposedto have the choice to start the ultimate tiebreaker, but theopponent was given the choice instead and chose the topposition. The result is bad time.

Tournament AdvancementRule 10-2-9If two wrestlers in the championship bracket simultaneously cannot continuethe match due to both being disqualified for stalling or having their injury orblood time elapse, the wrestler who is leading on points at the time the matchis terminated will continue in the consolation bracket. If the match is tied atthe time of termination, the wrestler who scored the first point(s) in the match(first three periods, or first or second 30-second tiebreaker) will continue inthe consolation bracket. If no points were scored, neither wrestler willcontinue.

National Federation of StateHigh School Associations2014-15WrestlingEditorial ChangesTake Part. Get Set For Life.

Unnecessary Roughness (NEW)Signal Chart - #26A new signal has been created for Unnecessary Roughness.The fist is extended straight out with elbow not bent and thehand in a fist. Which arm is used depends on which wrestler isbeing penalized.

Default/Technical Fall/Disqualification (NEW)Signal Chart - #27A new signal has been created for a Default, Technical Fallor Disqualification. The arms are crossed in front of thechest.

EntriesRule 11-1-4 NOTE EDITORIAL CHANGE FOR 2014-15 for TeamAdvancement Tournaments: NOTE: All wrestlers must weigh-in each day ofthe multiple-day event and they must weigh-in atthe same weight class each day of the event. Awrestler is only eligible for two weight classesduring a multiple-day, team-advancementtournament, and those two weight classes aredetermined at the first day weigh-in and cannotchange during the remainder of the event.

2014-15 NFHS Wrestling Editorial Changes Mat AreaDiagramsFurther clarified the markings on the matadjusted some of the dimensions in thediagrams. 4-2-1Removed the Note and added to the rule thatthe legal hair cover shall be attached to the earguards. Also added “legal” before “hair cover.” 4-3-1aAdded to special equipment rule that legal haircoverings must be attached to the ear guards. 5-1-2Clarified when bad time occurs with regard totime. 5-18Added the reference to Photo 11 to assist withillustrating out of bounds situations. 6-6-2Reorganized the rule dealing with correction oferrors in positioning wrestlers and expandedthe Note.

2014-15 NFHS Wrestling Editorial Changes 8-1-1Clarified in the rule that any contestantreporting to the scorer’s table not properlyequipped or not ready to wrestle is a technicalviolation, 9-2-2bAdded “opposing” before “head coach.” Thiswas omitted from the 2013-14 Rules Book.

National Federation of StateHigh School Associations2014-15WrestlingPoints of EmphasisTake Part. Get Set For Life.

2014-15 NFHSWrestling Points of Emphasis1. Avoiding Wrestling and EncouragingWrestling in Center of Mat2. Preventing False Starts from CreatingInjuries – Preventive Officiating3. Legal Hair Coverings4. Cleaning Wrestling Mats and WrestlingEquipment5. Authority/Responsibility of the Off-MatReferee to call Flagrant/UnsportsmanlikeConduct

POINT OF EMPHASISAvoiding Wrestling and EncouragingWrestling in Center of MatPlayPic Good wrestling action requires both wrestlers to make anhonest attempt to stay within the wrestling area. REFEREE ENTERPISES INC. 2013

Preventing False Starts from CreatingInjuries – Preventive Officiating

Legal Hair CoveringsPOINT OF EMPHASISPlayPic All wrestlers weighing in must meet the grooming standard,which requires the hair to meet certain length and abrasivestandards. All competitors must meet this standard or wearan appropriate cover. This legal hair cover must be worn tothe weigh-in for the referee’s approval and then removedprior to stepping on the scale. REFEREE ENTERPISES INC. 2012

Cleaning Wrestling Mats andWrestling EquipmentPOINT OF EMPHASISPlayPic Cleaning wrestling mats with an effective disinfectant helpsprevent outbreaks of communicable diseases. REFEREE ENTERPISES INC. 2013

Authority/Responsibility of the Off-MatReferee to Call Flagrant/UnsportsmanlikeConduct

National Federation of StateHigh School Associations2014-15WrestlingRules RemindersTake Part. Get Set For Life.

RULE CHANGEEquipmentRules 1-1-3, 4-3-1, 4-3-6, 10-1-2PlayPic PlayPic Dual Meet: LegalTournament: LegalElectronic devices may be used by coaches in the coachingarea. REFEREE ENTERPISES INC. 2013

EquipmentRules 1-1-3, 4-3-1, 4-3-6, 10-1-2RULE CHANGEPlayPic LegalCoaches may share information on electronic devices withwrestlers during injury time-outs. REFEREE ENTERPISES INC. 2013

EquipmentRules 1-1-3, 4-3-1, 4-3-6, 10-1-2RULE CHANGEPlayPic IllegalCoaches may not use electronic devices to discuss a call. REFEREE ENTERPISES INC. 2013

EquipmentRules 1-1-3, 4-3-1, 4-3-6, 10-1-2RULE CHANGEPlayPic IllegalIt is illegal to use a bullhorn or other devices to communicatewith a wrestler during a match. REFEREE ENTERPISES INC. 2013

Match LimitsRules 1-4-3, 5-13, 5-17-2RULE CHANGEPlayPic Forfeits are no longer considered as matches wrestled whenconsidering the five matches in one day limit for competition. REFEREE ENTERPISES INC. 2013

Artificial LimbsRule 4-5-9PlayPic RULE CHANGEAPlayPic BIf a wrestler chooses to weigh-in with an artificial limb(A), the wrestler shall wear the artificial limb duringcompetition at all times (B). REFEREE ENTERPISES INC. 2013

RepresentationRule 1-4 Rule 1-4-3:No wrestler shall represent the school in more than oneweight class in any meet or wrestle in more than fivematches (championship or consolation), excluding forfeitsin any one day of competition. Rule 1-4-4:No contestant shall wrestle in two consecutive matcheswith less than a 45-minute rest between them. Theconclusion time of each match shall be recorded. Rule 1-4-5:A contestant shall not accept a forfeit in one weight classand compete in another class.

Wrestling MatRule 2-1

Wrestling Mat AreaRule 2-1-5

Team BenchesRule 2-2*Rule 2-2-1:For dual meets, all team personnel, includingcoaches, other than actual participating contestants shall berestricted to an area which is at least 10 feet from the edge ofthe mat and the scorer’s table, where facilities permit.*Rule 2-2-2: During tournament competition, a maximum of twoteam personnel (coaches and/or non-participating contestants)will be permitted on chairs at the edge of the mat. It ispermissible to allow coaches on the corner of the mat in arestricted zone. In tournaments where coaches are permitted onthe corner of the mat, the restricted zone shall be defined byeither a contrasting line marked on the mat with paint or tape or acontrasting colored surface under the chairs. The r

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