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09.14.14.00.htm 09.14.14.00. Title 09 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Subtitle 14 STATE ATHLETIC COMMISSION Chapter 14 Kickboxing Regulations Authority: Business Regulation Article, § 4-205, Annotated Code of Maryland
09.14.14.01.htm 09.14.14.01. 01 Applicable Boxing Regulations.. Unless otherwise indicated the regulations in COMAR Subtitle 14 pertaining to the sport of boxing shall apply to the sport of kickboxing.
09.14.14.02.htm 09.14.14.02. 02 Weight and Classes.. A. The Commission recognizes the following weights and classes:. 1) Atomweight ― 112.9 pounds and under (51.3 kilograms and below). 2) Flyweight ― 113 to 118 pounds (51.4―54.0 kilograms). 3) Bantamweight ― 119 to 125.9 pounds (54.1―57.2 kilograms). 4) Featherweight ― 126 to 132.9 pounds (57.3―60.4 kilograms). 5) Lightweight ― 133 to 139.9 pounds (60.4―63.6 kilograms). 6) Light welterweight ― 140 to 147.9 pounds (63.6―67.2 kilograms).
09.14.14.03.htm 09.14.14.03. 03 Rounds.. A. Matches may not exceed nine 2-minute rounds with a 1-minute rest period between rounds.. B. The Commission may permit an additional three rounds for the purpose of championship events..
09.14.14.04.htm 09.14.14.04. 04 Contestants' Safety Equipment.. A. Male contestants shall wear:. 1) A foul-proof groin protector;. 2) Abdominal guard;. 3) Footpads; and. 4) Shin guards.. B. Female contestants shall wear:. 1) Foul-proof breast protectors; and. 2) A pelvic protective girdle which covers the pubic area, ovaries, coccyx, and side of hips.. C. Contestants shall meet the requirements of COMAR 09.14.04.07..
09.14.14.05.htm 09.14.14.05. 05 Methods of Judging.. A. Judges shall score all contests and determine the winner through the use of the 10-point must system.B. The 10-point must system shall be applied as follows:. 1) The winner of each round receives 10 points and the opponent a proportionally less number;. 2) If a round is even, each boxer shall receive 10 points; and. 3) Fractions of points may not be awarded.. C. During each round the referee shall instruct the master scorekeeper of p
09.14.14.06.htm 09.14.14.06. 06 Minimum Kicking Requirement.. A. Each contestant shall execute a minimum of eight kicks during the course of each round.. B. If either contestant does not execute the minimum number of kicks, a penalty of one point per kick less than the eight-kick minimum shall be assessed.C. If both contestants fail to execute the minimum number of kicks, the round shall be declared a draw.D. A contestant who fails in a contest of nine or more rounds to execute the minimum number of kicks
09.14.14.07.htm 09.14.14.07. 07 Fouls.. A. The following tactics are fouls and are forbidden:. 1) Headbutts, elbow strikes, clubbing, kicks, or punches or any other strikes to the groin, attack with the knees, openhand attacks to the eyes or throat, and striking at the part of the body over the kidney or spine, or chopping the back of the neck or head;2) Spitting, biting, or, in the referee's discretion, slapping;. 3) Palm heel strikes (using the heel of the palm of the hand to deliver a blow to the face).
09.14.14.08.htm 09.14.14.08. 08 Termination of a Contest.. A. A kickboxer suffering three knockdowns in any one round shall provide sufficient grounds to terminate a contest.B. A referee may terminate the contest if:. 1) Either boxer fails to execute five kicks per round;. 2) Either boxer fails to execute the minimum number of required kicks in three rounds; or. 3) In the referee's opinion, the kickboxer is unable to continue the contest.. C. The senior physician may terminate a contest if
09.14.14.9999.htm 09.14.14.9999. Administrative History Effective date: July 23, 1990 (17:14 Md. R. 1756). Regulation .03B amended effective February 17, 1992 (19:3 Md. R. 303).
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