Officials Level 1 (OL1)
An eight hour course that provides an overview of what a cross country ski competition is all about. The focus is on the duties of minor officials for both ‘Olympic’ style (interval start, mass start, pursuit start, individual sprint, team sprint and relay) and ‘Loppet’ style (mass participation) competitions.
CCC OFFICIALS CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
This program consists of five steps from entry-level through to international level. It includes technical delegate, event management, and course conductor training as well as standard training for officials.
An eight-hour course that provides an overview of what a cross-country ski competition is all about. The focus is on the duties of minor officials for both ‘Olympic’ style (interval start, mass start, pursuit start, individual sprint, team sprint, and relay) and ‘Loppet’ style (mass participation) competitions.
Minimum age: 16 years as of the start of the course.
The course fee for CCC/CCBC members is $80.00. The course fee for non-CCC/CCBC members is $160.00 Minimum 8 participants
Date: October 26, 2019
Location: SLNC Tech Building (adjacent Stadium)
Contact: Rae Jensen (250)549-2517, [email protected]
TIMING SYSTEMS TRAINING CLINIC (November 4-5th, 2017)
Sovereign Lake Nordic Club is excited to offer this Nation Wide training course for Zone 4 users with a focus on race file management. The focus of the course will cover event registration page creation through to posting of results for races in all formats. This course is designed for race committees, Club Executive and clubs wishing to offer Sanctioned events in the future.
Topics covered will include:
- How to setup a registration for different levels and formats of events,
- Data validation and confirmation lists,
- Race file design and processes surrounding confirmation lists and start lists,
- Online, Online with local server and Offline with local server event setup,
- Recommended hardware setup for Summit only and GoChip + Summit and RapidCam + GoChip + Summit races,
- Recommended outdoor volunteer setup and priorities,
- Recommended indoor timing staff and roles for different levels of events,
- Timing and troubleshooting,
- Results production and procedures,
- Key considerations, options and processes for individual sprint events,
- Special considerations for team events,
- Common troubleshooting mistakes and resolutions,
- Rental and purchase options,
- Racer engagement with live tracking and photos,
- Running a sample race, including sprints, relays and individual starts.
- Opportunities for mentorship with Zone4
For more information regarding this event please contact Troy Hudson (SLNC General Manager) at [email protected] or (250) 558-8916.
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