STATE/TERRITORY LEVEL JUDGE SEMINAR. Purpose. The purpose of today’s session is to: prepare you to become a qualified State level judge, and instil you with the knowledge and understanding of the rules to provide the athletes with fair and consistent rulings. Agenda. BA structure
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STATE/TERRITORYLEVEL JUDGE SEMINAR
Hints for judges
Awarding of points/Scoring blows
Drawing of bouts
Set-up of computer scoring
Process for advancement
COUNCIL1 delegate per state & territory
BOARD5 elected directors
Wayne Rose (Chair)
Max Sulejmani (Sec)
Fit so you may easily move around the ring with confidence and in touch with the athletes.
Normal sightNot colour blindPerson with a disabilityFitness above average
Fair so that it is openly apparent there is no favouritism
Fair mindedInterpretation of rulesEnforcing of rulesConsistency
Normally R&J are fair but may be affected by the following factors:
Reputation of boxer & countryFriendsTeam officials
Firm so as coaches and boxers can be confident in our actions
Friendly so our sport may flourish and there is all round respect
Firm application of rulesFirm decisionsFirm actionFirm minded
Friendly in characterSpeak one of AIBA languages(English, French, Russian, Arabic)Sociable
The following is a comparison of objectives to make you better understand the role we play and why we have to overcome distractions or disappointments following unpopular decisions.
A scoring blow is one, which without being blocked or guarded, lands with the knuckle part of the closed glove of either hand on any part of the front or sides of the head or body above the belt, without infringing the rules.
A non-scoring blow is one which infringes the rules, or is struck with the side or back or inside of the glove, or with the open glove, or any part other than the knuckle part of the closed glove; or which lands on the arms; or which merely connects, without the weight of the body or shoulder.
Where there is 5 boxers there will be 1 bout, 3 byes as such:
Where there is 8 boxers there will be 4 bouts, 0 byes as such:
Computer scoring cont’Scoring pad
If the incident occurs after the end of the 2nd, or in case of a 4 round bout the 3rd round, the judges will be asked to decide the winner.
Warnings & counts
Warning & counts
In case of tied score
Most leading off
or better style
RSC Comp Count Limit
……………………..Signature of Judge