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					                                                      INDEPENDENT FLAIR LEAGUE 2010
                                                           GRAND SLAM OF THE
                                                         WORLD FLAIR ASSOCIATION

   Independent Flair League 2010 (IFL) encompasses four competitions which select the best
                      bartenders who use modern bartending techniques.

Bartenders can compete in 3 qualifying rounds (Round I, II, III) and in the IFL Grand Final being
            a part of the international Grand Slam of the World Flair Association.

                                                         GRAND FINAL D AT E:

                                            IFL GRAND FINAL 3-4 December 2010 – Warsaw




                                                                   AGENDA

                            POUR TEST - final
                                                           SPEED – final
                               School MSBiS
     Friday 3.12.2010




                                                           School MSBiS
                                10.00-11.00
                            registration, briefing
                                                                17.00
                                                         start of the play-off
                                 11.00-16.00
                          start for the competitors
                                                         only for juniors and
                                                          assisting persons
                           only for juniors* and
                            assisting persons
                                                                                 WORKING – qualifying
                                                                                                                   FINAL -
                                                                                  rounds for the final
                                                                                                              working&exhibition
     Saturday 4.12.2010




                                                                                                                     18.30
                                                                                       11.00-12.00
                                                                                                                    Briefing
                                                                                   registration, briefing
                                                                                                                     20.00
                                                                                          12.00
                                                                                                              Start of the play-off
                                                                                   start of the play-off
                                                                                                            OPEN – junior & senior
                                                                                 OPEN – junior & senior*
                                                                                                              and the audience.
                                                                                  and assisting persons
*MSBIS: Warsaw ul. Wspólna 65A/65;

*Junior – participants of MSBiS trainings and persons with a short seniority as a Flair bartender i.e. participation only in IFL 2009
play-offs and no participation in other international competitions. When sending the form from the website www.ifl.com.pl the
competitors set their category depending on choosing the field “JUNIOR CATEGORY”. All competitors are assessed equally
and compete upon the same rules; they keep their category until the end of IFL 2010 play-offs.
*Senior – bartenders participating in various flair bartending competitions. Seniors can compete in POUR TEST AND SPEED,
but they will not be taken into account when sharing prizes; their results will be assessed and scores placed in the IFL table.
The best bartenders in 2010 will be chosen in the fourth play-off – GRAND FINAL:

JUNIOR – the best POUR TEST
–from among the bartenders who during the exams at MSBiS and ROUNDS 1-3 gained the most points (but no less than the
average of 18 points) in the IFL table


JUNIOR – the best SPEED
–from among all bartenders who participated in this competition in IFL ROUNDS 1-3


OPEN – the best WORKING&EXHIBITION – The final evening is devoted to Working/Exhibition. Ten semi-finalists will
participate including inter alia one junior. During IFL Grand Final, the morning start of the second day in WORKING round is a
semi-final of the IFL competition and ten best competitors will be chosen from among:

- three winners of the first three play-offs (working/exhibition);
- five competitors with the most IFL points from further ROUNDS (working/exhibition),
- five best juniors with the most IFL points from further ROUNDS (working/exhibition)
- competitors chosen and invited by the organiser (please contact with gregor@ifl.com.pl)
- winner of the IFL 2009




                                                 GRAND FINAL PRIZES

JUNIOR                                                         OPEN CATEGORY (working&exhibition final)

The best POUR TEST – 1000pln                                   1st place – 4000Euro

The best SPEED – 1000pln                                       2nd place – 1500Euro

                                                               3rd place – 1000Euro
                                                               4th place – 500 Euro
                                                               5th place – 300 Euro

                                                               SCHWEPPES SCORE PRIZE

                                                               4000pln – the best presentation of Schweppes
                                              IFL 2010: RULES

   Any violation of these rules may result in disqualification from the competition.
   Any acts that display low integrity, poor taste or disrespect for the competition, sponsors or the host facility are subject to
    disqualification from the competition.
   All competing bartenders must be at least eighteen (18) years of age.
   Competing bartenders will not be allowed to wear logos of any companies conflicting with the sponsors of the event.
   Registration fee amounts to 100 PLN and is not returnable.
   Music must be provided at the registration meeting in CD Audio format (not MP3) and in its own case, properly labeled with
    your name and track number. It is highly recommended that you bring more than one copy of your music with you in case it
    is damaged or unreadable. Organizers and event staff are not responsible for damaged or unreadable music.
   All rules, guidelines and drink recipes are subject to change at the discretion of the competition organisers.
   All bartenders shall arrive at the place on time for registration (see AGENDA). Otherwise the competitor does not
    participate in the competition despite his declared attendance.
   Flair warm-up shall be tolerated only in the limited REHEARSAL ZONE. Not elsewhere. During rehearsal for WORKING
    and EXHIBITION only plastic bottles can be used.
   A Spill Stop #285-50 metal pour spout is required on the pour test, speed and working flair bottles. Any free flowing pour
    spout can be used on all exhibition flair bottles. Pour spouts can taped in place, as long as they are not restricting the flow
    of liquid.
   All bottles used in the pour test, speed flair, working flair must be set in at least ½ - ¾ full bottle of liquid (we`ll check &
    supply all working flair bottles) All bottles used in the exhibition flair must be set in at least 15ml (1/2oz) of liquid
   All bottles used must have their original sponsor brand labels intact. No competing brands to the sponsors may be used.
    No empty bottles can be included in the competition bar set up. IT IS FORBIDDEN TO USE EMPTY BOTTLES (penalty
    points). Be sure that a bottle from which you pour liquid is not used again.
   In Grand Final (December) during the evening performance all competitors shall wear T-shirts provided by the organiser.
   It is forbidden to cork pourers, to use pyrotechnics, open fire, illusion tricks, dry ice and ready mixes.
   The organiser reserves the right to change the rules regarding organisational matters no later than at the start of a
    particular competitor; in know-how matters no later than during the briefing with competitors.
   The organiser reserves the right to use the competitors’ names, photos and their recipes.




                            3.12.2010 – POUR TEST FINAL
                         (JUNIOR CATEGORY)MAX 45 POINTS

   Each competitor during the POUR TEST must perform 3 pourings from 20ml to 100ml:
         1. The randomly-chosen measure (in millilitres) 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100 ml with their left hand.
         2. The randomly-chosen measure (in millilitres) 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100 ml with their right hand.
              Each hand must have a different measure.
         3. With the left and right hand simultaneously the previously randomly-chosen measures or measures given by the
              juror (in millilitres), e.g.:50 (20+30), 60 (20+40), 70 (20+50; 30+40), 80 (20+60; 30+50), 90 (30+60; 40+50),100
              (40+60), 110 (50+60)
              The above mentioned measures and proportions are just an example.
   The competitor pours the given measures to metal bartending mugs.
   In case of the same score during one POUR TEST the final elimination is made upon an additional round (the table is filled
    with the better score for the competitor)
   The juror registers the score according to the below table:


                                             ideal         Perfect
                                            perfect          pour                                                         above
                                             pour        +(-)0,1-5%*    +(-)5,1-10%    +(-)10,1-15%    +(-)15,1-20%     +(-)20,1%
                              Points          15              10             6               3                1              0

                                    20        20            19-21          18-22           17-23           16-24         >16-24>
                                    30        30            28-32          27-33           25-35           24-36         >24-36>
                                    40        40            38-42          36-44           34-46           32-48         >32-48>
                                    50        50            47-53          45-55           42-58           40-60         >40-60>
randomly-chosen measure             60        60            57-63          54-66           51-69           48-72         >48-72>
                                    70        70            66-74          63-77           59-81           56-84         >56-84>
                                    80        80            76-84          72-88           68-92           64-96         >64-96>
                                    90        90            85-95          81-99          76-104           72-108       >72-108>
                                   100        100          95-105         90-110          85-115           80-120       >80-120>
                                   110        110          104-116        99-121          93-127           88-132       >88-132>
    *percentage values +/- 0,5%

   The SPEED play-off during the GRAND FINAL is won by the competitor who (after run-offs if necessary) gathers the most
    points (points from further run-offs are added up).
                               3.12.2010 SPEED FINAL
                         (JUNIOR CATEGORY) MAX 100 POINTS

1.    SPEED is a separate category and its points are not added up to other rounds.
2.    The SPEED play-off takes place at MSBiS schools.
3.    The competitor during SPEED prepares three cocktails, opens and pours beer to a glass.
4.    Please set up the bar and use only the equipment mentioned in the scheme IFL 2010: SPEED BAR SETUP
5.    Used equipment must be put back to its place Each error means penalty points. SPEED


                                                              SPEED :
MARTINI Grand Prix               THE ORIGINAL CUBA LIBRE                RUM ELECTRIC LEMONADE                       CARLSBERG 0,33

                                 40ml BACARDI Superior                  40ml BACARDI Superior
40ml Martini Rosso               Pepsi Cola                             20 ml blue curacao                          Use a bottle-
40ml Martini Extra Dry           1/4 of a lime                          20 ml lemon juice                           opener;
Lime segment                                                            10 ml sugar syrup                           Pour into a glass;
                                 Fill in a long-drink glass with ice    Schweppes lemon                             Napkin;
Put ice cubes to the „old        Pour BACARDI rum, top up
fashion” type glass              with Pepsi, squeeze the lime           Shake all ingredients except for
Pour the proper measures         juice and stir gently.                 Schweppes, strain onto the fresh ice
of Martini with both hands       Put in a quarter of the lime to        to a long-drink glass, top up
Put in a lime wedge              the drink.. Napkin, stirring-stick,    Schweppes, decorate with a lemon
Napkin.                          straw.                                 wedge.Napkin, stirring-stick, straw.


6.    The competitor does not interfere with the bar setup before the start and does not use his own equipment.
7.    The competitor himself pushes the START/STOP button.
8.    After stopping time, the competitor is not allowed to interfere with the bar.
9.    The competitor shall put bottles and juices back to their original place from before the start (lack of it means penalty
      points), bartending mugs must be placed where they originally were (they may be put together).
10.   Beer must be opened with a bottle-opener (not twisted-off - twisting-off means penalty points) and the bottle-opener must
      be put back to the original place (penalty points).
11.   The competitor may use his own music, but in case of a play problem during the start the competitor must finish up his
      performance. If you have no music, our DJ will provide you with a fast beat 
12.   The competitor is responsible for checking the BAR SETUP before his start.
13.   The competitor may use a shovel or bartending mugs to put ice, but after the end of the play-off, only the shovel may be in
      the ice container.
14.   Cocktails and beer must be placed on the top. Other place = missing drink (penalty points)
15.   It is forbidden to throw things away to bar-backs.
16.   Each penalty point is recalculated to seconds. 1 penalty point = 1 second.
17.   Scale of points/seconds in SPEED ROUND foresees the optimum score of 40 seconds for cocktails and beer preparation.
      Finishing the set within this time guarantees 100 points.
18.   The competitor may obtain more than 100 points if he finishes the set quicker than 40 seconds.
19.   Example: The competitor had time of 66 seconds and obtained 18 penalty points (18 seconds), which gives 84 seconds.
      The difference between the base 40 points and the time obtained by the competitor amounts to 44 seconds = 44 points.
      We subtract this difference from the ideal 100 points and the competitor obtains (100-44=56) 56 points.

score      110    109    108    107    106    105    104    103    102      101   100     99     98     97     96       95     94    93   92    91
time (s)    30     31     32     33     34     35     36     37     38       39    40     41     42     43     44       45     46    47   48    49
score       90     89     88     87     86     85     84     83        82   81     80     79     78     77     76       75     74    73   72    71
time (s)    50     51     52     53     54     55     56     57        58   59     60     61     62     63     64       65     66    67   68    69
score       70     69     68     67     66     65     64     63        62   61     60     59     58     57     56       55     54    53   52    51
time (s)    70     71     72     73     74     75     76     77        78   79     80     81     82     83     84       85     86    87   88    89
score       50     49     48     47     46     45     44     43        42   41     40    39     38     37     36       35     34     33    32    31
time (s)    90     91     92     93     94     95     96     97        98   99    100   101    102    103    104      105    106    107   108   109
score       30     29     28     27     26     25     24     23     22       21    20    19     18     17     16       15     14     13    12    11
time (s)   110    111    112    113    114    115    116    117    118      119   120   121    122    123    124      125    126    127   128   129
score        10       9      8      7       6     5      4       3     2    1      0      0       0      0      0      0      0       0     0     0
time (s) 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147                                                          148   149
Penalty points:
Bartending standards – 5 points for each element: glass, recipe, mixing method, decoration, napkin, straw and stirring-stick (if
mentioned in the recipe), bar order (wrong position of a bottle, bottle-opener, lack of shovel in the ice container), beer twist-off.
     Missing drink: 20 points
     Dropping: 3 points for every dropping subtracted from the final score
     Spilling: 3 points for each spilling subtracted from the final score
     Breaking: 10 points for each breaking.
    4.10.2010 - QUALIFICATION TO GRAND FINAL - WORKING
               (OPEN CATEGORY) MAX 200 POINTS

  All bartenders are required to attend the registration meeting on 4.12.2010 at 11.00-12.00 ( if you are not in the meeting at
   1.00pm you will not compete in the competition!)
  Registration fee is 100PLN and it`s collected in cash BEFORE the registration meeting begins at 1.00pm. Registration fee
   includes: competition entry, competition t-shirt, free snack and softs during day.
  In WORKING participants are allowed to:
         o    use their own equipment (mugs, shovels, bartending spoons, muddlers etc.). Glasses, bottles, pourers, fruit
              feeder, napkin holder belong to the organiser.
  WORKING round is an elimination for the evening final. Gained points are used to chose the evening finalists and are not
   added up to the points of evening final.
  See IFL 2010: WORKING SETUP BAR
  The competitor during the WORKING round has 5 minutes to prepare two (2) cocktails, open and pour beer to a glass.
  Obligatory recipes in WORKING:
                                               WORKING QUALIFYING ROUND :
     WORKING                                   WORKING                                                WORKING
CARLSBERG 0,33                             Red Bull BACARDI                                       Own composition
                         40ml Rum Bacardi Superior
                         RedBull                                                   __ml Martini (obligatory)____________
                         ¼ of a lemon                                              __ml Schweppes (obligatory)________

Use a bottle-opener;           Fill in a long-drink glass with ice. Pour rum         Napkin. Remember that the composition must
pour into a glass; beer    BACARDI, top up with Red Bull, squeeze and put a                 contain Martini and Schweppes;
mat; place it with label   quarter of lemon to the drink. Napkin, stirring-stick,   If you use a sponsored glass, place the logo on
towards the audience;        straw. Place the logo on the glass towards the                 the glass towards the audience;
                                                  audience;


    The competitor may use his own equipment and place it freely (bottles must stand in speedrack but in any order, juices in
     the place for juices but in any order). In this category the competitor is allowed to change the bar setup except for the
     START/STOP button, napkin-holder, fruit container, glasses.
    The competitor should put the bottles back to speedrack not necessarily in the original order. Juices in any order to the
     place for juices. Bartending mugs may be put together and put away to the speedrack or may be place in the original zone
     (they may be put together).
    The competitor himself pushes the START/STOP button.
    After stopping time, the competitor is not allowed to interfere with the bar.
    Cocktails and beer must be placed on the top. Other place = missing drink (penalty points)


                   CRITERIA                            POINTS                               CRITERIA                         POINTS
Variety                                                              Balance - creation of suspense
using various elements                                               portioning the moves and keeping the audience’s
trick palette                                                        applause for the whole performance, using all tools
using many surfaces                                       30         in various settings at equal level                         15
no repetitions
versatility

Style (creativity)                                                   Showmanship
avoid re-using of elements                                           make the audience smile
tricks combination                                                   play with flair
unique pouring                                            30         make the audience ovate                                    15
originality and creation                                             only relaxed and smiling competitors gain points
be creative - new tricks are welcome

Difficulty                                                           Rhythm (music interaction)
using both hands at the same time                                    stay in tune with the music background
configuration and      sequences       of   various       30         stress the moves by the music background, use              15
techniques (bump, stand, roll)                                       sound elements

Smoothness                                                           Composure
smooth grabs, avoiding spilling and dropping,                        composure and confidence in moves, ability to move
                                                          30                                                                    15
smooth trick compositions                                            on after errors

Penalty points:
    -    Bartending standards – 5 points for each element: glass, recipe, mixing method, decoration, napkin, straw and
         stirring-stick (if mentioned in the recipe), bar order, use of glasses to collect ice, beer twist off
    -    Dropping: 3 points for each dropping subtracted from the final score
    -    Spilling: 2 points for each spilling subtracted from the final score
    -    Breaking: 10 points for each breaking
    -    Missing drink: 20 points
Bonus points:
    -    5 points for no dropping
    -    5 points for no spilling
     -    10 points for a showy beer opening

    4.12.2010 – GRAND FINAL FINAL- WORKING&EXHIBITION
                MAX 340 POINTS (+tasting grade)

    All finalists of every IFL ROUND have to be present at 18.30 in the given place for briefing.
    WORKING&EXHIBITION round is the final. Gained points are added up to the points from qualifying-round WORKING and
     give the final score.
    WORKING&EXHIBITION round takes place in a local (info about the local will be available one week before the play-offs at
     the latest).
    The final will take place at the IFL bar.
    Each competitor during the final has 6 minutes to prepare two (2) cocktails, open and pour beer.

                                             WORKING & EXIBITION - FINAL :
    WORKING                                  WORKING                                       EXHIBITION
CARLSBERG 0,33                          Red Bull BACARDI                                Own composition
                           40ml Rum Bacardi Superior
                           RedBull                                       __ml Martini (obligatory)____________
                           ¼ of a lemon                                  __ml Schweppes (obligatory)________

Use a bottle-opener;           Fill in a long-drink glass with ice. Pour rum         Napkin. Remember that the composition must
pour into a glass; beer    BACARDI, top up with Red Bull, squeeze and put a                 contain Martini and Schweppes;
mat; place it with label   quarter of lemon to the drink. Napkin, stirring-stick,   If you use a sponsored glass, place the logo on
towards the audience;        straw. Place the logo on the glass towards the                 the glass towards the audience;
                                                  audience;

    The competitor is allowed to use his own equipment and place it freely. The competitor is allowed to change the bar setup
     except for the START/STOP button, napkin-holder, fruit container.
    Competitors can use as many and any clear, un-tinted glass bottles for their own choice of liquid. These bottles must have
     all branding removed. Each competitor choice -bottle can have no more than four (4) strips of tape, and up to two (2) WFA
     Grand Slam / organisers stickers.
    Bartenders can set up the competition bar any way they choose, but it is highly recommended that nothing starts on the
     upper bar surface to help with visibility for both the audience and the judges.
    The competitor himself pushes the START/STOP button.
    After stopping time, the competitor is not allowed to interfere with the bar.
    Cocktails and beer must be placed on the top. Other place = missing drink (penalty points)
    Competitor’s own cocktail must contain Schweppes and Martini
    In the final, the minimum liquid amount in the bottle for preparation of the Own Composition amounts to 15ml.
    If for your own composition you want to use other ingredients than included in the portfolio, you have to provide them
     yourself.
    You may use your own bottles without labels or imprints with the volume of 0,7l. The organiser provides bottle labels.
    Obligatory cocktails (WORKING) are prepared only with pourers provided by the organiser. Competitors are allowed to use
     their own pourers for their compositions.
    It is forbidden to cork pourers, to use pyrotechnics, open fire, illusion tricks, dry ice and ready mixes.

                                                      POINTS                               CRITERIA                            POINTS
                    CRITERIA
Variety                                                              Balance - creation of suspense
using various elements                                               portioning the moves and keeping the audience’s
trick palette                                                        applause for the whole performance, using all tools in
using many surfaces                                      50          various settings at equal level                              25
no repetitions
versatility

Style (creativity)                                                   Showmanship
avoid re-using of elements                                           make the audience smile
tricks combination                                                   play with flair
unique pouring                                           50          make the audience ovate                                      25
originality and creation                                             only relaxed and smiling competitors gain points
be creative - new tricks are welcome

Difficulty                                                           Rhythm (music interaction)
using both hands at the same time                                    stay in tune with the music background
configuration and sequences of           various         50          stress the moves by the music background, use sound          25
techniques (bump, stand, roll)                                       elements

Smoothness                                                           Composure
smooth grabs, avoiding spilling and dropping,            50          composure and confidence in moves, ability to move           25
smooth trick compositions                                            on after errors


Penalty points:
Bartending standards 5 points for each element:
glass, recipe, mixing method, decoration, napkin, straw and stirring-stick if mentioned in the recipe), bar order, use of empty
bottles.
Dropping: 3 points for each dropping subtracted from the final score
Spilling: 2 points for each spilling subtracted from the final score
Breaking: 10 points for each breaking

Bonus points:
5 points for no dropping
5 points for no spilling
5 points Schweppes presentation - in rounds I, II, III present originally the Schweppes product and gain additional points.
They will sum up in further play-offs. in the IV round (Grand Final) the presentation and taste in your own composition as well as
points from previous rounds can give you a prize of 4000 PLN!
15 points for preparation of own cocktail - additional grade from tasting judges (only in the final play-off). Appearance, taste
and aroma of your drink are taken into account.
10 points for a showy beer opening

                                      IFL 2010: PRODUCT LIST

                   Alcohol                                        Syrups                                        Softs

Bacardi rum – light                               - strawberry                                Schweppes
Bacardi black                                     - curacao blue                              - lemon
Bacardi razz                                      - curacao triple sec                        - indian tonic
Bombay sapphire gin                               - sugar syrup                               - citrus fruits
Dewar`s whisky
Vodka grey goose                                                                              Pepsi
Otard cognac vs                                                                               Mirinda
Sparkling martini asti                                                                        7up
Sparkling martini brut                                                                        Juices:
Tequila camino blanco                                                                         - orange
Tequila camino gold                                                Fruits                     - grapefruit
Vermouth martini bianco                                -     Lemons                           - apple
Vermouth martini extra dry                             -     Oranges                          - pineapple
Vermouth martini rose                                  -     Limes                            - black currant
Vermouth martini rosso                                 -     Mint
Carlsberg bottle 0,33                                                                         - water still
                                                                                              - water sparkling




                         IFL 2010: SPEED BAR SETUP (junior)
         IFL 2010: WORKING BAR SETUP (OPEN)




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                                                   WFA COMPETITOR CODE OF CONDUCT

As a competitor in any WFA Grand Slam competition you are required to behave with respect and decorum throughout the entirety of the
competition. Sponsors pay a lot of money to give us the opportunity to have these great events all over the world, so let’s treat them with
respect so that they will want to repeat the competition the next year

Dress Code
During the competition you are required to dress accordingly to what is expected of you. In some cases you will have to wear the t-shirt
provided by the sponsor on stage. In this case, make sure that it is clean and ironed and not all messy when on go on stage with it. If you
require another t-shirt ask the organising staff to provide you with one

You should treat the stage like you would any bar. So no open toe shoes, like flip flops or sandals, but trainers or shoes is fine.

You are NOT allowed to wear shorts on stage. Even if it is an outside competition in the sun They look messy and unprofessional

Please make sure your trousers are clean and tidy and not covered in rips and tears.

In some cases you may want to wear a costume. This is fine, but nothing vulgar.

No nudity of any kind is allowed during your performance.

If the organiser, judge or sponsors are not happy with the way you have presented yourself you will be asked to change, incur a major
deduction or get disqualified from the competition.

Behaviour
Competitions can be stressful times and everyone wants to do their best, but remember everyone is in the same boat so remember to
treat everyone with respect.
The competition staffs are there to help you at the competition. If you are rude or arrogant towards them, you may face disqualification

Any rudeness or disrespect towards other competitors can face disqualification. This can be at anytime throughout the competition, in the
practice area, on stage or whatever.
Try and help out other competitors whenever you can. It is always recommended to bring your own equipment, so if you are not willing to
lend that out, explain politely to your fellow competitor to ask the organisational staff to help them out
The judges have a difficult decision and are always willing to answer your questions after a competition, but any rudeness or disrespect
towards them will face disqualification in the next Grand Slam competition

Announcements
This is a big moment for everyone, whether it is announcing the finalists or the overall winners. Everyone is nervous and everyone wants
to win. If you are not happy with your placement, DO NOT walk off stage in a huff. Collect your prize and wait for the all clear to get off
the stage once all announcements are done. Failure to do so can result in disqualification or being banned from the next grand slam comp.
When it comes to announcements please wear either the competition t-shirt or your sponsor or representation’s attire. We do not want to
see you in your shirt ready for a night out.

Bottles to be used
As we have mentioned before the sponsor pay a lot of money to put on these competitions so they want to see their bottles used at
competitions as much as possible. Anyone thought to be blatantly disregarding the sponsors bottles will be disqualified from the comp or
incur a major deduction

Music
This will always be down to the organiser as to when they want your music. Please make sure it is clearly labelled and is only on ONE CD!

After the competition
Once the competition is over you have the chance to chat with the judges and discuss your scores on how you can improve for the next
comp.
Any discrepancies’ in the scores should be put in writing to the World Flair Association, sent to info@worldflairassociation.com by the
individual who is not happy.
The World Flair Association will try and solve any problems with scores or results in any way they can.

Overall

Any competitor not respecting the rules of the competition, the judges, fellow competitors or the sponsors can face disqualification from
the competition or be banned from the next Grand Slam competition.

				
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