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39 2. If the tie still remains, the Competitor with the LOWEST TOTAL OF FAILURES throughout the Competitions up to and including the heighf last cleared shall be awarded the higher place. 3. If the tie stili remalns, the Competitor with th° LOWEST TOTAL NU \MBER OF JUM PS (vvhether successful or not) throughout the Competition up to and including the height last cleared shall be a warded the higher place EXAMPLE IN HIGH JUMP. T. E TRIALS 7TV, ल-ाला-ल IV. fᏙ? Comp 1-7G 1-75 1.80 i -85 醫-90 * -95 AT F_xত7সসত7_xত ХХХ 1st B ΧΟ Ο ΧΟ XᏇ XXO ΧΧΧ 3rd C Ο ΧΧΟ ΧΧΟ ΧΟ P ΧΧΧ 4th D P Ο ΧΟ ΧΧΟ ΧΧΟ XXX 2nd P – Not attempted O — Cleared X — Faileri EXPLANATIONS All four having failed at 1-95 M. we have to look into the first formula “The Competitor with the lowest number of Jumps at the height at which the tie occurs shall be awarded the higher place.” The tie occures at 1.90 metres A had Two Jumps. While. B and D had three each. C did not try and therefore is not to be consiClered. -