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Competition Rules:

Half cap is at 40 minutes. If the half time target has not been reached, finish the current point. Then add one (1) to the higher score to set the new halftime target.

Half time is 7 minutes. At the end of half time Rule 9.c. applies for restarting play.

Soft cap is at 80 minutes. If no team has scored 15 points, finish the current point then add one (1) to the higher score to establish the new game target

Hard cap is at 95 minutes. Finish the current point. If the game is tied play one more point.

The current point begins when a point is scored.

All Games to 15

2 timeouts per half

Mixed Division Gender Ratio Rules:

  1. Determining the ratio
    All Mixed games will use the "prescribed ratio" rule (also known as Rule A in the official 
    WFDF Rules of Ultimate 2022-2024 – APPENDIX v1.0:

    Ratio Rule A ("prescribed ratio" rule):
    At the start of the game, after the first disc flip, an additional disc flip happens with the winner selecting the gender ratio for the first point. For the second and third points the ratio must be the reverse of the first point. For the fourth and fifth points the ratio must be the same as the first point. This pattern of alternating the ratio every two points repeats until the end of the game (half time has no impact on the pattern).
  2. All Mixed games will use the "majority pull" rule"
    Each point, a player representing the gender match-up with four players on the field must pull for that point. That is, if there are four women-matching players a woman-matching player must pull.
  3. For all Mixed games, if a team cannot match the on-field personnel ratio of all seven players on the team determining the personnel ratio for the point, then it must play with fewer than seven players, but no less than 5, matching the personnel ratio with as many players as possible.
  4. Personnel Ratio Violation, Violations of the prescribed personnel ratio and how they are handled are described in 2022-2023 Official Rules of Ultimate (9.B.3.a).
    2. Majority Pull Violation: Violations of the majority pull rule will be handled the same as an offsides violation (9.B.4.d), but instead of calling "offsides," the offense should call "majority pull violation." Like with offsides violations, after the first majority pull violation, any subsequent majority pull violations should be handled as described in 9.B.4.d.2. Majority pull rule violations accumulate separately from offsides/false start violations. In games with observers, either the observer or a player on the field may call the violation.
  5. Substitutions
    Player substitutions can be completed only:
    1. after a goal and before the substituting team has signaled readiness; or
    2. to replace injured players, replace players with illegal equipment, or to resolve an incorrect personnel violation. In this case, the opposing team may substitute a like number of, or fewer, players. In the Mixed Division the substituting players must be of the same gender match as the player they are replacing.