Article 1 (Purpose)
The purpose of the SpeedCalendar Regulations is to ensure a fair and equitable SpeedCalendar event.
Article 2 (Judge)
- The SpeedCalendar Association may grant the qualification of SpeedCalendar Judge (hereinafter referred to as “Judge”).
- The SpeedCalendar Association may deprive a Judge of his or her qualification if it determines that the Judge is unsuitable for the position.
- Judges may organize SpeedCalendar competitions.
Article 3 (Tournaments)
- The judges may hold online and offline competitions.
- A competitor may not participate in the same format of competition during a week.
- The competition format must meet the following conditions
- The competitors may select the setting of Language, Timer Display, and Week.
- Mode is Competition
- During the SpeedCalendar competition, the competitor must declare whether the measurement is an official measurement or a practice measurement before starting the measurement. If a competitor starts a measurement without declaring it as an official measurement, the measurement record will not be accepted as an official record.
- The judges must check the appearance of the competitor and the screen of the timer during the official measurement.
- If the Judge is measuring himself/herself, he/she must have another competitor check his/her appearance and the screen of the timer.
- The format of the competition is as follows
- 5 days average
- Competitors calculate the days of the week five times in a row, and the average of the three times, excluding the highest and lowest times, will be the record.
- If the answer is incorrect twice, the competitor will be declared DNF.
- No more than five measurements may be made in a single event.
- Competitors may continue the measurement after DNF.
- 1 minute
- The number of correct answers within one minute shall be the record.
- If there is an incorrect answer, the contestant will be declared DNF.
- No more than three measurements may be made in a single event.
- 5 days single
- A competition to calculate the days of the week for five different dates. The best time when all the questions are answered correctly will be the competition record.
- No more than 11 attempts should be made in one competition.
- This format is not held after 1 May 2022.
- 5 days average
Article 4 (Disclosure of Records)
- Competitors who participate in the SpeedCalendar event agree that their names, event records, and images of the event will be published on the Internet.
Article 5 (Competitors)
- A competitor’s record will be cancelled in the following cases
- The competitor has done anything to degrade the dignity or authority of the SpeedCalendar in words or deeds.
- If the competitor is found to have cheated during the competition, or before or after the competition.
Article 6 (Enforcement)
- These rules shall come into effect on May 1, 2021.