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1 TABLE TENNIS AUSTRALIA Regulations for National Championships JUNIOR Effective January 2015 Page 1 of 13

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. OPTIONS TO CONDUCT EVENT CHAMPIONSHIPS COMMITTEES ORGANISING COMMITTEE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE JURY CONTROL COMMITTEE GENERAL RULES OF CHAMPIONSHIPS TIMING AND COMPOSITION EVENTS CONDITIONS PROSPECTUS NOTICE OF ENTRY ENTRY FORMS QUALIFICATION REFEREES AND UMPIRES PLAYING CONDITIONS ALTERATIONS TO PLAY TIMES OF PLAY INDIVIDUAL EVENTS ELIGIBILTY FORMAT ENTRY CONDITIONS SEEDINGS - NOMINATION SEEDINGS - METHOD DRAW METHOD ORDER OF PLAY RULES FOR ROUND ROBIN DRAWS RULES FOR KNOCKOUT DRAWS - 4 PLAYER GROUPS TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS GENERAL CONDITIONS ELIGIBILITY ADDITIONAL TEAMS PRESIDENTS S TEAMS NOMINATIONS TIMES OF PLAY PLAYING FORMAT ORDER OF PLAY UMPIRES TROPHIES INDIVIDUAL EVENTS TEAM EVENTS HOSPITALITY OFFICIAL PASSES ACCOMMODATION Page 2 of 13

3 8. PUBLICITY OFFICIAL PROGRAMME TELECASTS RESULTS MISCELLANEOUS SPONSORSHIPS MEETING ROOM UNIFROM STATE REPRESENTATIVES MERIT LISTS Page 3 of 13

4 GENERAL References References to Selectors in these Regulations refer to the Australian Selectors for all events. All references in these Regulations to a State or States of Australia shall be construed so as to include reference to Australian Capital Territory and Northern Territory. 1. OPTION TO CONDUCT EVENT 1.1 The right of organising a Championship will be granted by TTA. 1.2 State Associations may apply for an option to organise a Championships in the following order of rotation: South Australia 2015 Northern Territory 2016 Tasmania 2017 Queensland 2018 New South Wales 2019 Western Australia 2020 Victoria 2021 Australian Capital Territory 2022 Rotation continues 1.3 The CEO will determine, no later than 12 months prior to the championship if the State Association wishes to take up its option. 1.4 An option will not be granted where the facilities provided are, in the opinion of the Board of Table Tennis Australia are of an inadequate nature (see 3.9). 1.5 Where a State Association fails to exercise its option or its option is not granted as provided in 1.2, applications will be invited from the remaining State Associations to conduct such Championship in lieu of the State whose turn it was. The State due to conduct the next Championship does not alter. 1.6 The Association granted the right to organise the Championship will be termed the Host Organisation. 2. CHAMPIONSHIP COMMITTEES 2.1 Organising Committee An Organising Committee will be appointed by the Host Organisation and may comprise such members as deemed desirable by that Organisation. The function of this Committee will be to organise and conduct the Championship on behalf of, and subject to, applicable regulations laid down by TTA. 2.2 Management Committee A Management Committee will be appointed prior to the commencement of the championship and will comprise: A Chairman appointed by the Board, who will only be entitled to a casting vote; The Referee, who will not be entitled to a vote; One representative from each competing association, who shall preferably be the Manager The function of this Committee will be to: Consider any appeals against rulings of the Host Organisation or Referee on a question of match or tournament conduct not covered in the Laws; Consider any alterations to a draw permissible under the Regulations. Consider additions and/or substitutions to nominated tea The Management Committee will meet: before the Opening Ceremony at a time and place advised by the host organisation at any other time as required by the Chairman 2.3 Jury A Jury, separate to the Management Committee, will be appointed by the TTA Board to deal with any disciplinary matters which may occur during, or arise out of the Championship 2.4 Control Committee A Control Committee will be appointed prior to the commencement of the Championship, if necessary, and will comprise the Chairman of the Management Committee, the Referee and a nominee of the Host Organisation. Page 4 of 13

5 2.4.2 The function of this committee will be to arrange the scheduling of matches for one hour preceding and during any direct telecast of the Championships as may have been authorised by the Host Organisation. It should endeavour to schedule matches as far as possible in accordance with the television network's preference. 3. GENERAL RULES OF EVENT 3.1 Timing and Composition A Championship will be held once in each calendar year Team events and individual events may run concurrently throughout the week At most, the tournament should only be held for 5 consecutive working days 3.2 EVENTS The Championship will comprise the following events: J1 U/18 Boy s Singles J2 U/18 Girl s Singles J3 U/18 Boy s Doubles J4 U/18 Girl s Doubles J5 U/18 Mixed Doubles J6 U/18 Boy s Teams J7 U/18 Girl s Teams J8 Under 15 Boy s Singles J9 Under 15 Girl s Singles J10 Under 15 Boy s Doubles J11 Under 15 Girl s Doubles J12 Under 15 Mixed Doubles J13 Under 15 Boy s Teams J14 Under 15 Girl s Teams J15 Under 13 Boy s Singles J16 Under 13 Girl s Singles J17 Under 13 Boy s Doubles J18 Under 13 Girl s Doubles J19 Under 13 Mixed Doubles J20 Under 13 Boy s Teams J21 Under 13 Girl s Teams Other events as determined from time to time by the TTA Board may also be included 3.3 Conditions Teams and/or players absent when called upon to play at any specified time, or altered specified time, will render themselves liable to disqualification from that particular match Play in all events will be in accordance with the Laws and Regulations of Table Tennis as set out by the ITTF, except that where there is a conflict in which case these Regulations will take precedence The Host Association conducting the championship will pay a fee for every player competing to TTA - such fee to be determined by the TTA Board of Management The Host Organisation will provide, at their or their sponsors cost, player numbers or names to all players competing in the teams and individual events Players are required to have either a number or their name on the back of their shirt. Numbers must be placed on the players shirt just above the waist and secured by safety pins. If the back numbers are sponsored by one of the major sponsors of the championships then numbers must always be worn regardless of whether a name is also displayed Prospectus The Host Organisation will prepare a Prospectus for the tournament from the sample template, and send to each affiliated Association no later than four (4) calendar months prior to the commencing date of the Championship. Page 5 of 13

6 3.5 Notice of Entry The Host Organisation will send copies of the Preliminary Entry Form to each affiliated Association no later than four (4) calendar months prior to the commencing date of the Championship State Associations wishing to compete will return the completed form to the Host Organisation no later than three (3) calendar months prior to the commencing date of the Championship. 3.6 Entry Forms Entry forms for the Championship will be prepared by the Host Organisation, A proof of the Entry Form for all Championships shall be sent to TTA for checking prior to being distributed Unless otherwise specified, all prescribed forms relevant to the Championship shall be returned to the Host Organisation by each State Association no later than six (6) weeks preceding the commencing date of the Championship The names of current Title Holders of individual events shall be recorded on the entry form. 3.7 Qualification Entries into Team and Individual events must be submitted on the forms provided by State Associations only. On receipt of confirmed entries the Host association will invoice the State body for the total amount which must be paid prior to competition commencing. Any adjustments during the event will be invoiced or refunded after the event Individual entries may be received from non-team members who wish to enter individual events or who are partnered with team players in doubles events. Entry must be completed and authorised as per and and payment made direct to the host association by cheque or electronic means Entries may be accepted only if the entry form has been: Received by the Host Organisation no later than six (6) weeks preceding the commencement of the Championship to which it relates Authorised by the entrant if not entered by their state association Authorised by an accredited representative of the State Association whose players are concerned Each competitor must be a Participant Member of Table Tennis Australia Incorporated Players entering age events may be required to produce suitable documentation, if their eligibility is questioned. 3.8 Referees and Umpires The championship Referee shall be a qualified National or International Referee. The Deputy Referee(s) shall be qualified to at least National Umpire level and where possible be from the host organisation. Selection will be by the Host Organisation in co-operation with the TTAURC. The selection of the referee must be confirmed by TTA. Note: Should no National or International Referee be available the Host Organisation may nominate a person who must be at least a National Umpire and approved by the TTAURC as capable of fulfilling the position Qualified Umpires will officiate at matches whenever practical The Host Organisation will at all times cooperate with the TTAURC for the purpose of conducting examinations for qualification as National Umpires and National Referees. In selecting officials, preference should be given to referees and umpires who have passed their written examinations to qualify as a National Referee or National Umpire and need to complete their practical assessment to fully gain the appropriate qualification The Host organising committee will be responsible for the travel and accommodation of the Referee and Deputy Referee. A subsidy may be payed to those referees and umpires referred to who are required to travel interstate to meet their qualification requirements. 3.9 Playing Conditions The Host Organisation shall select for use in the Championship, ITTF approved tables of uniform quality and manufacture, and suitable scoring machines for use in all matches The ball to be used must be an ITTF approved three star plastic ball The playing space shall be not less than 12 metres long, 6 metres wide and 5 metres high. Page 6 of 13

7 3.9.4 The light intensity, measured at the height of the playing surface, shall be at least 600 lux uniformly over the playing surface, and at least 400 lux elsewhere in the playing area. The light source shall not be less than 5 metres above the floor Alterations to the Draw Alterations to the draw shall be conducted as per ITTF Regulation Times of Play Where matches are played at night, every effort should be made to conclude at a reasonable hour and no match shall be commenced any later than p.m. except the final of any individual event Time limits under may be extended in exceptional circumstances unless a majority of the Management Committee rule otherwise. 4. INDIVIDUAL EVENTS 4.1 Eligibility In order to be eligible to play in the individual events of a National Junior Championship, all competitors must be an Australian Citizen or a Permanent Resident and a registered member of a State Association from the closing date for entry to the championships. Suitable documentation may be requested to verify this aspect All competitors shall be under the age stipulated for the Championship on the 31st day of December of the previous year to that in which the Championship is to be staged: E.g. in 2015 Under 18 events player born in 1997 or later 4.2 Format All Boys & Girls singles events will be the best of five (5) games in the group stage and best of seven (7) games in the knockout stage All Doubles events will be the best of five (5) games Individual events may be played prior to the commencement of the teams event Some seeded players may receive a bye in the first round of the singles (qualification round), the number of byes awarded will be dependent on the number of entries into the competition. 4.3 Entry Conditions Players absent when called upon to play at any specified time, or altered specified time, will render themselves liable to disqualification from that particular match Play in all events will be in accordance with the Laws and Regulations of Table Tennis as set out by the ITTF, except that where there is a conflict in which case these Regulations will take precedence. 4.4 Seedings - Nomination Affiliated State Associations are entitled to nominate up to 8 entries in Singles events and 4 entries in Doubles events. The purpose of this is to comply with ITTF Regulation Seeding by Association Nomination Associations will forward to the Host Association a list of any players and/or pairs nominated by that Association under the provisions of Such lists should be forwarded no later than six (6) weeks before the commencement of the Championship to which they relate No later than three weeks before the Championships, the Host Organisation will forward a list of players entered in each event and the list of players and pairs nominated by each Association to TTA and the Championship Referee. 4.5 Seedings Method Seedings for events will be carried out by the Selectors using the most current National Ranking List The draw for any such event will not be made until such list has been received by the Host Organisation and Referee Where the first round of an event is determined by a Round Robin, the Selectors must nominate sufficient players to ensure there is one (and not more than one) nominated player in each Group. The Selectors will determine how many players are to be listed as seeded players. Page 7 of 13

8 4.5.4 The Selectors will also determine, but not release, additional nominated players for each event. Upon notification from the Host Organisation of the non-entry of any previously nominated player, the Chairman of Selectors will immediately notify the Host Organisation and Referee of such reserve seeding/s. 4.6 Draw - Method The draw will be conducted as per the ITTF Handbook Regulation Byes and Qualifiers, Seeding by Ranking, and Seeding by Association Nomination. 4.7 Order of Play The first round of Singles events will be played under a group system The format may be based on groups of three or groups of four. If time and tables permit then groups of four are recommended If groups of three are used then one player progresses to the main stage. If groups of four are used then two players progress to the main stage If groups of three are used then the group stage and the knockout stage are considered as a single draw. If the number of players is not evenly divisible by three, then either the number one and/or number two seed(s) will not be required to play the group stage but progress directly to the knockout stage. However they will be deemed to have received a bye in the group stage, and will thus be required to play in the first round of the knockout stage If groups of four are used then the second stage draw is independent of the group stage and will be done following the completion of the group stage If groups of three are used then the order of play is 1 v 3, 2 v 3, 1 v If groups of four are used then the order of play is 1v3/2v4,1v2/3v4, 1v4/2v The groups will be identified on the draw by letters A, B, C and so on Players from any one Association will be distributed by lot throughout the groups as evenly as possible. Players nominated by their Association will also be separated in accordance with ITTF Regulation Only if an Association has more entrants than there are groups would two players from that Association be drawn into the same group If there are five or fewer entries in an event, the event will be played as a single Round Robin, the winner of the Round Robin being the Champion of that event. 4.8 Rules for Round Robin Draws Divide players evenly into groups Put seeds into groups in order Put players into groups in order by a snake system If there are two players from the same association, exchange one with a nearby player, starting with lower ranked players (1 st and 2 nd ranked players from same Association must be in different groups) If there is a bye in any group this can be moved to assist with the above step. 4.9 Rules for Knockout Draws (four player groups) The group winners take the seeded position The draw is done according to ITTF rules: The winner of group A is placed in the top position, The winner of group B placed in the bottom position, Winners of groups C and D drawn between bottom of top half and top of bottom half (subject to Association separation), Winners of groups E H are drawn similarly into the bottom or top of each quarter not already occupied (subject to Association separation) Continue this principal until all group winners are placed Second placed players in group are drawn at random into the opposite half to their group winner (takes precedence over Association separation) Finally separate by association as far as possible. 5. TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS 5.1 General Conditions The purpose of the Australian Teams Championship is to determine the Champion Team from the representative teams of the States of Australia President s teams, B teams are to be seeded in their appropriate position. Page 8 of 13

9 5.1.3 Each separate event may be held only where at least three entries are received for that event. If only three or four teams enter an event they shall play each other twice, with all results being taken into account when determining final positions Events shall only be open to: teams from State Associations; President s Teams; A maximum of nine (9) rounds including playoff matches may be played in each team event A player may only be included in one team when multiple events are played at the same Championship. If multiple Championships are played at the same time, this restriction applies to the total event The teams entered will be ranked by the Selectors as soon as possible after the closing date of entries. 5.2 Eligibility In order to be eligible to represent a State Association in any team s event, a player must be a registered member of the State Association and a resident within the relevant State s jurisdiction for at least 183 days in the 365 days immediately preceding the start of the championship Australian players who under normal circumstances would be deemed eligible to represent their State in an Australian Championship but as a consequence have been approved to be based outside their State for the purposes of Table Tennis shall be deemed eligible to represent their State Exceptionally players having previously been qualified to represent a State, but for the purposes of employment or study have temporarily left that state with the intention of returning, shall be deemed eligible to represent that State at an Australian Championship, provided they comply with all other eligibility requirements All competitors shall be under the age stipulated for the Championship on the 31st day of December of the previous year to that in which the Championship is to be staged: e.g. in 2015 Under 18 events player born in 1997 or later 5.3 Additional Teams Each State shall be entitled to enter a maximum of 1 A Team, 1 B Team in each separate event The entry must be sent to the Host Organisation with copies to all the Selectors B Teams are eligible to win the Championship, as they are a State team. 5.4 President s Teams The philosophy of the Presidents Team is to allow players to compete who are bordering on state selection but have not quite reached the standard deemed by their state association for state selection. Also where a state is unable to enter a full team, a player who is deemed to be of a suitable standard for a particular event may be nominated for a Presidents team in that team event The National Selectors shall have the right to nominate one or more President s Teams for each of the team events TTA reserves the right to nominate players to Presidents Teams as long as they are not under disciplinary sanctions or are unfinancial with the home State Association President Team nominations by a state shall be limited to 3 players per grade and priority of selection shall be given to visiting states. A nomination to a Presidents Team is not a guarantee of selection President Teams shall comprise no more than 2 players from one State Association In order to be eligible for selection by the National Selectors in a President s Team, a player must have satisfied the eligibility requirements to compete in the Team s events of the Championships If a player does not fulfil the eligibility requirements, a State may apply to the TTA Board, requesting inclusion in a Presidents Team of a non-eligible player Preference will be given to eligible players over non-eligible players The Host Organisation shall provide a playing shirt and TTA shall provide a shirt badge for each player selected in a President s Team, at the player s expense Each player selected in a President s Team shall be liable for his or her share of the team entry fee as determined by the hosts The Host State shall appoint a manager and a captain (playing or non-playing) for each President s Team. Page 9 of 13

10 5.5 Nominations Each Association intending to participate, including President s Teams, shall nominate not more than five (5) players per team, and if so desired, a non-playing captain for each team The Management Committee will have power to accept late nominations in exceptional circumstances. 5.6 Times of Play Times of play should be so scheduled as to provide adequate rest periods between matches The maximum number of matches to be played on the same day by any team will be two (2). This may only be changed under exceptional circumstances. 5.7 Playing Format If 10 or fewer teams enter an event then the event will be played as one pool with a full round robin If more than 10 teams enter an event then teams will be split into pools with teams being placed based on a snake system, ensuring that B teams are in a different pool than their State Team. Each pool would have a maximum of 8 teams In the 1 st stage the teams in each group shall play a round robin against all other teams in the same group. To determine the final positions for the event, a playoff between teams from each pool will occur, governed by where each team finished in their group. The first placed team in each pool will play the second placed team in the other pool, with the winners of those two matches playing for first and second place in the event and the losers playing for third and fourth positions. The remaining positions in the grade would be determined in a similar manner If there are more than 2 pools the 2nd stage play-off system will be determined by the Referee Each match in this competition will comprise the best of nine (9) singles, all of which will be played. The order of play for individual matches within the teams match will be: A v X B v Y C v Z B v X A v Z C v Y B v Z C v X A v Y This order of play may only be altered by mutual agreement between the captains and with the consent of the Referee. 5.8 Order of Play The order of play for matches between teams will be as per the following schedule. Round 4 Teams 1 1 v 3 2 v v 4 2 v v 2 3 v 4 6 Teams 1 1 v 4 2 v 5 3 v v 6 2 v 4 3 v v 3 2 v 6 4 v v 5 2 v 3 4 v v 2 3 v 4 5 v 6 Page 10 of 13

11 8 Teams 1 1 v 5 2 v 6 3 v 7 4 v v 8 2 v 5 3 v 6 4 v v 7 2 v 8 3 v 5 4 v v 6 2 v 7 3 v 8 4 v v 3 2 v 4 5 v 7 6 v v 4 2 v 3 5 v 8 6 v v 2 3 v 4 5 v 6 7 v 8 10 Teams 1 1 v 6 2 v 7 3 v 8 4 v 9 5 v v 10 2 v 9 3 v 7 4 v 6 5 v v 5 2 v 8 3 v 10 4 v 7 6 v v 9 2 v 10 3 v 5 4 v 8 6 v v 8 2 v 4 3 v 6 5 v 9 7 v v 4 2 v 6 3 v 9 5 v 7 8 v v 3 2 v 5 4 v 10 6 v 8 7 v v 7 2 v 3 4 v 5 6 v 10 8 v v 2 3 v 4 5 v 6 7 v 8 9 v 10 If there are an odd number of teams the final position will be a bye The order of play may be altered only if the TTA Board of Management has given consent at least six (6) weeks preceding the commencing date of the Championship For all events, each Association entered will be represented by three (3) players to be selected from nominations made under 5.5. The actual team to play will be nominated prior to the specified commencement of each team match. Such nomination will be made to the Referee by each Team Captain naming the team players and allotting a letter ABC or XYZ to each singles player. The right to be ABC, XYZ, will be decided by lot If any order of play obliges a player to play two or more individual matches in succession, that player will be entitled to a rest period not exceeding five minutes between such matches. 5.9 Umpires Unless otherwise decided by the Host Organisation the responsibility to provide an umpire for each individual match will rest with the captains of the participating teams. 6. TROPHIES 6.1 Individual Events All Cups, Shields and Trophies shall be deemed perpetual in nature unless specified otherwise and as such will remain the property of TTA The Host Organisation will arrange to have any necessary engraving of Perpetual Trophies done and TTA will be responsible for the cost of it TTA will provide at cost to the Host Organisation medallions for presentation in each individual event. Such medallions will be GOLD for all winners, SILVER for all runners-up, and 'BRONZE' for losing semi-finalists of a standard design The Host Organisation will bear the cost of, and arrange to have done, any necessary engraving on all medallions Perpetual Trophies will be presented as follows U18 Boys Singles Noel Shorter Cup U18 Girls Singles William Oatey Cup 6.2 Team Events All Cups, Shields and Trophies shall be deemed perpetual in nature unless specified otherwise and as such will remain the property of TTA The Host Organisation will arrange to have any necessary engraving of Perpetual Trophies done and TTA will be responsible for the cost of it. Page 11 of 13

12 6.2.3 TTA will provide at cost to the Host Organisation medallions for presentation to each nominated team member and non-playing captain of each winning team. Such medallions will be GOLD for the first team on the point s table, SILVER for the second placed team and BRONZE for the third placed team Medallions as per will be presented to all team members and NPC if applicable Perpetual Trophies will be presented as follows U18 Boys Team Paul Pinkewich Shield U18 Girls Team Morrow Shield Optionally the Host Organisation may provide, and bear the cost of trophies of a permanent nature, for presentation to the winners of each team event. 6.3 Nominated Players and non-playing captains not attending the Championships will not be eligible to receive Medallions or trophies. 6.4 It is recommended that the trophies be presented on the Finals Programme. 6.5 The Board may, at its discretion, accept offers of Perpetual Trophies. 6.6 In principle, perpetual trophies should be named in honour of persons who have given great service to the sport of table tennis. 6.7 The Host Organisation will provide and bear the cost of trophies of a permanent nature for presentation to the winner of each individual event 7. HOSPITALITY 7.1 Official Passes The Host Organisation will issue free passes covering admission to all playing sessions during the period of the Championship to: Staff of TTA Board Members of TTA Selectors Official Team Members, non-playing captains and team managers of teams representing Associations for that Championship. President and Executive Director or Secretary of any Association competing at that Championship. Any representatives of the ITTF Life Members of TTA No individual will be issued with more than one free pass. 7.2 Accommodation The Host Organisation will be responsible for recommending accommodation options. Responsibility for expenses incurred will rest with the Association so accommodated. 8. PUBLICITY 8.1 Official Programme The programme will provide a full and complete copy of the draw for each event to be played specifying the days and times of play for each such event Where appropriate, all names listed will be followed by the name of that person's State or Country, where appropriate The Host Organisation will ensure that TTA receives a copy of the programme. 8.2 Telecasts Where any Championship is to be the subject of a direct television transmission, the scheduling of matches in relation to such transmission will be referred to the Control Committee by the Host Organisation. 8.3 Results The Host Organisation will issue detailed results of the Championships in booklet or electronic format 14 days after the completion of the Championship to the: TTA Office Selectors Each State Association. Page 12 of 13

13 9. MISCELLANEOUS 9.1 Sponsorship The Organising Committee is responsible for ensuring that any sponsorship obtained for the Championship does not conflict with any sponsorship arrangements of TTA. 9.2 Meeting Room The Host Organisation will provide a room suitable for Committee meetings. 9.3 Uniforms - State Representatives During team events, players representing their state must wear clothing as specified by their state body. State B & C teams must have a variation of the main state team shirt and the style and colours for all shirts must be advised to TTA and the host Any name on the back of a shirt must be visible and printed in English. The name must include the last or family name and initials, or if space permits the actual first name. The initials or first name must precede the last or family name. The name should be placed just below the shoulder blades and if a state representative shirt, the state name should also be included below the players name. The name must be visible at all times and not obscured State or Australian tracksuit tops or shirts bearing any form of State or Australian insignia shall not be worn by any person other than the one who is or was a member of the particular State team or of the Australian team whose uniform he or she wears. 9.4 Merit Lists At the conclusion of the Championship the tournament management committee or other appropriate persons so authorised, MAY prepare a Merit List The Merit List is to reflect the order of merit of players in each age group to be judged on the results of play at the Championship. All competitors are eligible for inclusion in these lists and the results of all Teams matches only at the Championship are to be taken into account The Merit List so prepared will be confidential and will be announced by the Chairman of the relative committee at the Presentation Function if held, or otherwise at the presentation of trophies on the Finals night Wherever possible there shall be 10 players in the Merit Lists There shall be no equal positions on this list Any such list must include a disclaimer stating that the list is not an official ranking list, but is an order of merit, based solely on performances during the Championship. Page 13 of 13

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