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Typical race [ ] Keirin races in Japan begin with the cyclists parading to the starting blocks, bowing as they enter the track and again as they position their bikes for the start of the race. In 1957, the NJS; also known in English as the Japanese Keirin Association was founded to establish a uniform system of standards for the sport in Japan. The 10 percent of applicants who are accepted then undergo a strict 15-hours-per-day training regimen. 弥彦競輪• First four or five finishers in each race advance to Day 2 Semifinals• During major race meets, some jackpot wagers are offered:• The color of the shorts worn by each keirin competitor indicates rank. Some wagers cannot be placed if there are a smaller number of competitors in the race. Once the race has finished, a referee can signal a possible rule violation by illuminating a red light at the corner nearest to where the infraction may have occurred, or by waving a red flag. 岐阜競輪• The remaining events at each track consist of a combination of FI and FII races for a total of approximately 70 race days per year. 小倉競輪• [ ] Because the NJS's main objective is supporting the Japanese cycling market, its bureaucracy is notoriously critical of foreign manufacturers attempting to enter the Japanese market. Exceptions to this are frames used in Girls' Keirin, and Keirin Evolution races, where the frames used are made from. First three finishers in each race advance to Day 3 Final Day 3 [ ]• Today keirin racing is regulated by the. The money bet into the Dokanto wagers can carry over if there are no winning tickets, even to subsequent race meets at another velodrome in the country. Keirin racers are guaranteed to compete on each day of the meeting unless they are disqualified from a race or retire from the meet for any reason - in which case alternate competitors are called up to fill in the lower-caliber races. Race grades [ ] A race meeting at any given keirin in Japan is assigned a grade. 大宮競輪• Those in A-class A1, A2, A3 wear black shorts with a green stripe and white stars. 佐世保競輪• For men, distances for those ranked A3 are at 1,600 meters, while all others compete at 2,000 meters. Japanese races for women were reintroduced in July 2012, under the title of Girl's Keirin. At the sound of the gun, the cyclists leave their starting blocks and settle into a position behind the pacer, who is another keirin bicyclist wearing purple with orange stripes. Introduced in 2007, the SS ranking is assigned by the NJS every December to the top nine Keirin athletes. Judges then examine the video of the race and decide if a competitor committed a rules violation and should be disqualified. Four members of the governing body were later arrested in Tokyo. born 1928 is the all-time professional keirin athlete with the most wins - 1341 - over his career he retired in 1981 at the age of 53. First three finishers in each race advance to Day 3 Final S-class riders then compete to advance:• Popular manufacturers include , , Makino, Kalavinka, Level, , , Samson, , Nitto, Hatta, MKS, , and. Winners of each of the six GI events during the year,• 取手競輪• 前橋競輪• 武雄競輪• The GP grade designation is reserved for the Keirin Grand Prix, a three-day meet held at the end of December for the year's top keirin competitors. See also [ ]• 向日町競輪• The meet ultimately concludes with the Grand Prix race itself, which determines the annual Keirin racing champion. Some eliminated cyclists can try again in the. Competitors that have earned the most prize money from Keirin events during the year. 京王閣競輪• 松戸競輪• 函館競輪• Lots are drawn to determine starting positions for the behind the pacer, which is usually a , but can be a , or. All riders compete in Day 2 Semifinals Day 2 [ ]• Those who pass final examination must still be approved by the Japan Keirin Association. The products are then stamped by NJS and only equipment bearing this stamp may be used. In a race at on December 14, 2008, separate infractions resulted in the disqualification of the entire field; all but one of the competitors were handed a one-year suspension by the velodrome after the race. First five finishers advance to Day 3 Special• The race is monitored by referees. References [ ]• All riders use very similar bicycles, so that no rider will have any advantage or disadvantage based on equipment. The finals of some of the top graded events are run at a longer distance of 2,400 meters. 広島競輪• NJS-approved equipment is not required for keirin races sanctioned by the or its local national sporting associations, including UCI-sanctioned races in Japan. Archived from on July 14, 2012. Participants in Keirin Evolution races may use any , or approved carbon frame and components. All riders compete in Day 2 Semifinals After six races, S-class riders compete:• Day 1 [ ]• The season-ending Keirin Grand Prix is held at 2,800 meters. These nine compete in that year's Keirin Grand Prix and retain their rank until the following December. Each of the keirin velodromes are generally permitted to host one event per year of either GI, GII or GIII designation. The lowest graded events, FII F2 , are reserved for A-class riders. 豊橋競輪• Distances [ ] The distance of each race depends on gender and rank. At that time, many leading sprint riders were from the Eastern bloc countries and competed in separate "amateur" events. 7 — selecting the winner of each of the last seven races of the day. As the pace quickens, the pacer will usually depart the track with between one and two laps remaining, though the actual location where the pacer leaves varies with every race. Competition keirin races are conducted over several rounds with one final. 大垣競輪• Competitors specifically recognized by the selection committee, and• All bicycles and equipment must be built within strict guidelines set by the NJS, by a certified builder using NJS-approved materials. 奈良競輪• Professional , began as one of four allowed in Japan in 1948, and has since become very popular there. SS is the highest rank, followed by S1, S2, A1, A2 and A3. 西武園競輪• 立川競輪• Quinella 2車複, nishafuku — first two finishers in any order• Falkingham, Katie 15 April 2020. 熊本競輪• Exacta 2車単, nishatan — selecting the first two finishers in exact order• Trifecta 3連単, sanrentan — first three finishers in exact order• On the first day of competition, the better keirin competitors are assigned to races of higher caliber, while others are assigned to low-caliber races. Betting [ ] Bets that can be made on Keirin races include, but are not limited to:• Exceptions to this are a very limited set of equipment including carbon wheels, tires, stems and saddles used in Girls' Keirin, which can be used without NJS certification. 93 mi long: 6 laps on a 250 m 270 yd track, 4 laps on a 333 m 364 yd track, or 4 laps on a 400 m 440 yd track. 千葉競輪• For example, 36 spoke wheels are allowed but not 32, although 32 spoke wheels are typically lighter, and frames must be built by a very limited number of approved builders. Ranks [ ] There are a total of six ranks that competitors can obtain in Japanese keirin racing. Once the order of finish is finalized, the race is declared official and the winning bets are paid. All new keirin graduates begin their careers with an A3 rank and work their way up by competing in keirin events. Like the men, the women must also undergo a strict training regimen at the Keirin School. The women's event was added for the in. Also part of the Grand Prix meet is the Young Grand Prix, which is open to the best of those that have begun competing in Keirin within the last three years; it is the only Keirin race of the year in which both S-class and A-class compete in the same race. The NJS standard is to ensure that no rider will have any advantage or disadvantage based on equipment and does not necessarily relate to quality or standard of manufacture. 小田原競輪• 平塚競輪• Those in the elite SS class wear red shorts with a black stripe, white stars and special insignia. Olympics Men's Champion Olympics Women's Champion Keirin made its debut at the in as a men's event, after being admitted into the Olympics in December 1996. A new addition to the meet in 2012 was the Girls' Grand Prix for the sport's top female competitors. In addition, all riders must pass strict licensing requirements. Underneath those are FI F1 events, which are open to both S-class and A-class riders. Those who wish to race in Japan must attend the Japan Bicycle Racing School where they learn the necessary rules, etiquette, and skills. 高松競輪• The pacer leaves the track 750 m 820 yd before the end of the race 3 laps on a 250 m 270 yd track. 伊東競輪• Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. 福井競輪• The highest graded events are GP, GI G1 , GII G2 and GIII G3 , reserved only for S-class riders. 防府競輪• 玉野競輪• See also: In extraordinary circumstances, races have been declared no-contests, forcing velodromes to refund millions of yen in bets. In 2011, the sum of bets placed on keirin races exceeded 600 billion approximately 5 billion , and the number of attendees in the races was approximately 4. The Italian cycling equipment manufacturer has, though, received NJS certification. 宇都宮競輪• 4 two — selecting the first and second-place finisher in each of the last four races of the day. 小松島競輪• Japanese medal winners of individual during the , if they are held in the same year,• First two finishers in each race advance to Day 3 Special• Dokanto! Cyclists initially settle into different groups, referred to as "lines", where they try to work together with others to maximize their chance of winning. S-class competitors S1 and S2 wear a red stripe instead of a green stripe. 川崎競輪• in Japanese• Those who pass the graduation exams, and are approved by the NJS become eligible for professional keirin races in Japan. 青森競輪• Quinella Place, or wide ワイド, waido - selecting two to finish in the top three, in any order. 別府競輪• Aspiring professional keirin riders in Japan compete for entrance into the Japan Keirin School. Women were previously permitted to participate from 1949 until 1964. As of 2018, a selection committee determines the competitors for the Grand Prix race using the following priority:• Another prestigious event on the annual keirin racing calendar is the GI Japan Championship. Every participant is assigned a number and a colour for identification and betting purposes. First one or two finishers in each race advance to Day 3 Special• Riders must remain behind the pacer for 3 laps on a 250 m 270 yd track. 久留米競輪• Two of the referees are stationed in towers along the backstretch 2nd and 3rd corners , while others review the homestretch area from a control room using. The suspensions were lifted four months later. It was developed in around 1948 for purposes and became an official at the in Sydney, Australia. 四日市競輪• 松山競輪• 静岡競輪• Since its beginning, the bicycle used in Keirin races have been made from. Below is a schedule of races conducted during a typical three-day FI event open to both S-class and A-class riders. There are usually small variances in distance based on the size of the track. Keirin ovals are divided into specific areas: The two straightaways homestretch and backstretch , the four turns corners , and two locations called the "center", referring to the area between corners 1 and 2 1 center and corners 3 and 4 2 center. All events for women are currently run at 1,600 meters. 和歌山競輪• Such results are generally known as a failure 不成立, fuseiritsu. Manufacturers of the frames used in Girls' Keirin are Boma, Bridgestone, Gan Well, Kalavinka, Bomber, and MBK. いわき平競輪• Keirin festival in London and Manchester. NJS approved equipment often sells for more than comparable equipment because of its specific use, build requirements, and limited manufacturers. Archived from on July 9, 2012. Held every May over a period of six days, it is the longest single race meeting of the year. 富山競輪• 岸和田競輪• 松阪競輪• First three or four finishers in each race advance to Day 2 Semifinals• A race at Shizuoka velodrome on January 2, 2008 was declared a failure when the back wheel of the pacer's bicycle nicked the bicycle of an actual competitor, causing him to fall. 高知競輪• On average there is one GI or GII event every month and one GIII meeting per week on the annual calendar. Trio 3連複, sanrenpuku — first three finishers in any order• 名古屋競輪•。 。 。 。 。 。 。

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