Chief of Marshals

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The Chief of Marshals is responsible for their designated stadium.

The position’s main responsibilities include managing the team of marshals and ensuring that spectators are kept off all parts of the field of play. Daily, they check that all ropes, fences and gates are erect and in place to help keep unaccredited personnel out of no-go zones.

During daily briefings, the Chief of Marshals reviews access points with his/her team and helps everyone understand the accreditation system.

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