There are many ways. You could tell them your own story or make one up. you can tell them that they could try another contest. Then of course, u have to ask the coach to enter them in it. U could tell them the judges dont know how good you are.
they would be disqualified!
The comfort isn't in the actual cross. It is in what it represents
Runners are permitted only one false start and are disqualified for a second false start. At that point, everyone else would return to the start positions and continue the race.
Obviously, it is not legitimate, and you would be disqualified at least!
Absolutely, there may just be some jobs that you are not eligible for. All of the jobs where you would be disqualified have to do with the aviation (pilot, ATC, ect.)
The competitor would be disqualified.
One reason is that if they didn't have the required amount of dogs, they would be disqualified. I'm not sure about the other reason.
I'm not sure what you mean. I imagine that if you were caught cheating, or doing drugs, or anything like that, your team would be disqualified just like any Olympic sport.
The man crossed the boundary, therefore he was disqualified.
If Swimmer B was second in the race and D was 1st and Disqualified Swimmer B would then win the race.
Comfort and security were important during the 1950s because American was in the midst of the cold war and fear of an attack by communist was a big scare. Many school at the same would do drills in order to prepare for the events that could unfold.