For the sake of having an example re Why was the 2019 WFRCC called 'slow rapid' when it's actually classical (45+15=60)? where 60 minutes is exactly the border between rapid and classical:
Is there any tournament whose time controls convert to exactly 60 minutes and then FIDE indeed considers it really classical not rapid?
Note: I've already found a tournament, albeit in chess960 not in regular chess, where 60 minutes is not considered classical. The whole point of this question is that by the letter of the law / in theory / de jure, it should be considered classical even if in some cases it is unrated. But in practice / de facto, has there been any such tournament of exactly 60 minutes in FIDE's, what, 150 year history?