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The Assistant Starter is responsible for calling the competitors in accordance with the starting order. They must call competitors several times during the 10 minutes before each run. The Assistant Starter is responsible for calling the competitors in accordance with the starting order. They must call competitors several times during the 10 minutes before each run.
-The Assistant Starter is also responsible for checking competitors’ bibs, clothing and equipment for equipment violations.+ 
 +The Assistant Starter is also responsible for checking competitors’ '''[[bibs]]''', clothing and equipment for equipment violations.
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3042.2 The Assistant Starter

The Assistant Starter is responsible for calling the competitors in accordance with the starting order. They must call competitors several times during the 10 minutes before each run.

The Assistant Starter is also responsible for checking competitors’ bibs, clothing and equipment for equipment violations.


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