Yes, that would be inappropriate in a general circumstance.deniska wrote: ↑Thu Dec 26, 2019 9:56 pmJust to push this slippery-slope argument a bit further.. would it be ok for those 5-7 riders in rotation to kick out the "foreigner" rider (of whatever different style) if he was there first?
not saying that I disagree with what you said above.. just want to see where this little "slip" brings us...
However, if one type of rider is in an area avoiding (not using) the unique and dominant feature of that area (like a perfect wave setup), AND there was lots of room for that rider close by without that feature which they are avoiding anyway, then:
1. Kicking out the rider, who is not using that feature, to another close by area, is doing NO harm to them.
2. Kicking out the rider not using the feature, is HELPING those who cannot go anywhere else nearby to kite on (and actually utilize) a similar unique feature.
3. A rider wanting to be in an area for an audience, but not utilizing the rare/unique features that area, and ruining others use of that rare and unique feature, should definitely move on, or "be moved on".
4. An "audience" and "judges" are two different things, the latter of which would override the previous guidelines, though the event organizers are responsible for not creating the conflict in the first place. Second time it happens????????