The Start Referee

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*Reports to the '''[[referee]]''' the names of the competitors who '''[[did not start]]''' and informs the '''[[Jury]]''' of all infringements against the rules, such as false or delayed starts or violations against the rules for equipment. *Reports to the '''[[referee]]''' the names of the competitors who '''[[did not start]]''' and informs the '''[[Jury]]''' of all infringements against the rules, such as false or delayed starts or violations against the rules for equipment.
*Ensures that reserve bibs are at the start. (FS0610-3) *Ensures that reserve bibs are at the start. (FS0610-3)
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 +== Also see ==
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 +*'''[[3020.2.21]]''' '''[[The Finish Referee]]'''
 +*'''[[Review of changes to Freestyle Skiing ICR Spring 2010 - Antalya, TUR]]'''
 +*'''[[2010 FIS Freestyle Skiing TD Seminar Curriculum]]'''
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The Start Referee The Start Referee must remain at the Start from the beginning of the official inspection time until the end of a training / competition.

  • Ensures that the regulations for the start and the start organisation are properly observed.
  • Determines late and false starts.
  • Communicates immediately with the Jury at all times.
  • Reports to the referee the names of the competitors who did not start and informs the Jury of all infringements against the rules, such as false or delayed starts or violations against the rules for equipment.
  • Ensures that reserve bibs are at the start. (FS0610-3)

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