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Manitoba Alpine Home of Ski Racing on the Prairies Officials Update 2012 / 2013

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  1. Manitoba AlpineHome of Ski Racing on the PrairiesOfficials Update2012 / 2013 November 9, 2012

  2. Agenda • Introduction • Race Quality Review • A few case studies from last year • What makes a great race • To-do lists for Jury

  3. A Few Case Studies • Loveland NorAm protest • Bromont runaway gate • Alpine Rogue Referee • Mont Ste Anne SG Snow Seed • Ski patrol with telemark skis • Kerouac sanction

  4. EVENT QUALITY What was the best event you were at last year or this year? Why is that? “I enjoyed the World Cup and the Nationals, but that K1 Slalom at Asessippi may be it…”

  5. EVENT QUALITY • What makes a good event? • What are the benefits of a good event? • Who is to be the beneficiary? • What needs improvement? • How do we improve events?

  6. ROLE OF TD • Supervises Event • Represents FIS • Advisor to ROC • Chairman of Jury • Recommends Race to Score

  7. ROLE OF JURY • Monitors adherence to Rules • Responsible for Technical matters • Unbiased and fair to all • Decisions on all issues not in ICR

  8. Jury & Course Setters • Race Planning • Race Management • Race Timing & Scoring • Race Course Setting • Race Communication

  9. Essential Equipment • Altimeter • Measuring tape • Rangefinder • Dye Pack – GS and SG • Stop watches • Radios • Shovels and rakes • Camera

  10. Chief of Race – Pre Race • Ski area • Calendar & Points Listing • Meetings / Volunteers / Assignments • Equipment • Start List • Pre Race Jury Meetings • Secretariat – Program of the Day / Entry list • Safety – Plan & medical • Radios • Grooming • Weather forecast • Medals • Schedule of the day • Secure Forerunners

  11. Chief of Race – Race Eve • Volunteer Meetings – Duties and program • Safety Set-up • Bibs • Tickets and other admin • Communications – Area & Ski Patrol • Equipment testing • Back-up – plan and equipment • Weather forecast • Forms package • Review rules • Course setter instructions • Radio plan

  12. Chief of Race - Instructions • Chief of Course “Lunch is during inspection” • Chief of Gates “Be quick and be right” • Chief of Timing & Calculation “ Yes, we need a TDTR and hand timing” • Secretary & Registration “Any more scratches?” • Coaches “Here’s a shovel use it” • Forerunners “You had better finish or you will never see my daughter again” • Jury “I am taking the position where I can get the best video of my kid”

  13. Chief of Race – Race Day • 7:00 - Control the start • 7:00 – Instruct Chief of Course • 7:15 – Collect Jury and inspect during course set • 7:45 – Review course with COC and make sure the start area is secure • 8:10 – Relax – go for pee / grab a snack • 8:25 – Coaches meeting • 8:30 – Jury positioning assignments • 8:35 – Check on status of timing & communications • 8:40 – Review final start list • 8:45 – Cycle around • 9:00 – Sync timers and watch start list loaded / open – close wand • 9:10 – Go to position • 9:24 – Clear from bottom • 9:25 – First Fore-runner • 9:30 – Racer number 1

  14. Chief of Race – Post Race • Tear down • Hang out and watch tear down • Ensure results get posted • Thank you

  15. Technical Delegate – Pre Race • Communicate with COR • Check the Codex and Calendar • Read the rules – ICR, National, Local • Review your job duties • Review the safety set-up • Look at last year’s results • Review program • Find out where to get your lift ticket and radio • Find equipment to bring to race • Review the start list and compare to National Points list • Print off a forms package

  16. Technical Delegate – Race Morning • Meet the COR • Talk with the course setter • Meet the Jury • Follow the set • Review safety and set • Meet with the Jury to “Open the Course” • Coaches’ meeting • Meet with Timer and confirm timing and scoring is working • Open and close the wand • Determine when Sync will take place • Review volunteer numbers with COR • Confirm course maintenance strategy • Confirm radio protocol – clear and start stop • Meet with finish referee and start referee • Cycle • Take position • Clear the course

  17. Technical Delegate Post-Race • Referee’s Report • Results • Scoring • Upload • Reports

  18. Race Quality - CORs • Know your duties • Plan your race • Stick to it • All those people work for you and you better know what they are doing • There are only five people you give instructions • Stay off the radio

  19. Race Quality TD’s • Know your duties • Know your rules • You are not the COR • Be fast but not furious • Stay off the radio • Get your reports done and submitted

  20. Race Quality – Coaches • Coaches meeting • “Hi, I’m the Chief of Race. Any questions?” • Schedule for the day • Inspections • Rules • Volunteers • Athlete management • Tear down • Results

  21. Racer Quality - Referees • Know your rights, duties and rules • Talk to TD and COR during the week • Be there early and get a radio • Bring your drill, screw tool and ICR • Communicate with Jury and other coaches • Communicate with the Chief of Gates • Use time effectively. Be mobile and use your radio. • Do your report correctly – follow the audit trail • Always stand equal in jury meetings • Be professional – you are the only paid Jury member

  22. Race Quality – Course Setters • Know the job • Know the rules • Communicate with Jury • Come prepared • Know the day schedule • Set for the athlete • Set to the safety • Bring friends • Set fast • Be decisive

  23. Jury Positions • Referee gets 1st pick to go to coaches corner. If big team then they are treated like any other jury member. • COR – two spots – near the start or big trouble spot. • TD – Four spots - put him in a harmless spot to limit damage, trouble spot, coaches corner or in the sun and out of the wind. • Jury Advisors must be available to step in.