Preamble to Part 2
 Rule 36, Races Restarted or Resailed
 Rule 44.1(b), Penalties at the Time of an Incident: Taking a Penalty
 Rule 60.3(a) Action
 Rule 61.1(a)(4), Protest Requirements: Informing the Protestee
 Rule 63.5, Validity of the Protest or Request for Redress
Interpretation of the term ‘serious’ in the phrase ‘serious  damage’.
 Deleted
Rule 70, Appeals and Requests to a National Authority
Rule 75, Entering a Race
Rule 89.1, Organizing Authority; Notice of Race; Appointment of Race Officials: Organizing Authority
When the organizing authority for a race is not an organization specified in rule 89.1, a party to a hearing does not have access to the appeal process.
Withdrawn for Revision
Definitions, Finish
Rule 28.2, Sailing the Course
A boat’s string, referred to in rule 28.2, when drawn taut, is to lie in navigable water only.
Definitions, Room
Rule 11, On the Same Tack, Overlapped
Rule 16.1, Changing Course
Part 2, Section C Preamble
Rule 21, Exoneration
When boats are approaching a starting mark to start and a leeward boat luffs, the windward boat is exonerated under rule 21(a) if she breaks rule 11 while sailing within the room to which she is entitled under rule 16.1.
Rule 85; Changes to Rules
Rule 86; Changes to Racing the Rules
The Racing Rules of Sailing are published in English by World Sailing and will always take precedence over any translation, unless the translation of a particular racing rule has the status of a rule change as provided for in rules 85 and 86.
 Rule 63.3 Right to be Present 
If none of the parties are present at the time the hearing is scheduled, it is at the discretion of the protest committee to decide if they want to reschedule the hearing or continue the hearing with none of the parties present, under RRS 63.3(b). 
 Rule 44.1, Taking a Penalty
 Rule 60.3, Right to Protest; Right to Request Redress or Rule 69 Action 
 The protest committee may call a hearing if it believes that an incident occurred which may have resulted in injury or serious damage. It is not required that the incident is between two boats. 
T1 Post Race Penalties
44.2 One-Turn and Two-Turns Penalties
The Post-Race penalty under rule T1(a) is not an additional penalty option available to boats at the time of an incident. It is only available to boats realizing that they might have broken a rule when it is too late to comply with rule 44.2..
By knowingly breaking a rule and not promptly taking a penalty, the boat violated a fundamental principle of sportsmanship, therefore she also broke rule 2.
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