up to date USSA Official's license which must be
shown at registration.
Alpine Competition Regulations Handbook 2000 126.96.36.199.3
referee must remain at the start throughout the training (for
speed events) and the race (for all events). He must make sure
that the regulations for the start and the start organization
are properly observed. He determines late and false starts.
reports to the Referee the names of the competitors, who did
not start, have made false or late starts or other infringements
reports any violations against the rules for equipment."
- Per USSA
Alpine Competition Regulations Handbook 2000 188.8.131.52.1
must appear at latest one minute after being called by the official.
Advanced start times caused by the non-arrival of preceding competitors
have to be taken into account. The start referee may however,
permit a delay, which in his opinion is due to "force majeure".
In doubtful cases he may allow the competitor a provisional start,
inserted in the normal starting order. The start referee will
make the necessary decisions."
days prior to race:
with Chief of Race the time and place they will meet on race
day and contacts person assigned to do Hand Timing at the start
to reconfirm their attendance
one layer warmer than necessary and has adequate foot
protection i.e. boot warmers and pad to stand on
at 8:00 a.m. at registration to sign in and must show
USSA card at the race registration desk
two copies of an official starting order roster from
the Race Secretary or registration desk
- Seeks a
radio from the Chief of Course
start time and meets with other start area race workers
at the top of the race course approximately 20 minutes prior
to the start with the two starting order rosters
- Rounds up
athletes in the order consistent with starting list
to the reasons for tardiness for any athlete who is not
in place at least one minute after being called. If excuse
person is allowed to race at the end of the running order
for each respective category, i.e. JV girl's etc.
- Makes sure
that goggles are down and equipment is O.K.
are not in a position to change the USSA Handbook description,
the club urges volunteers to make suggestions on how to enhance
each race worker assignment outlined in this document. Please
mail suggestions to Val Gilman, 75 Revere Street, Gloucester,
MA 01930 or email the suggestions to her at email@example.com