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1.Commitments 2.Officiating 3.Signing up for Jobs. GMAC Hosted Meets. Why do we do Commitments. In order to run our hosted meets which provide our club with its major source of revenue To give our children opportunities to compete in their “home pools”. Requirements.

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1 commitments 2 officiating 3 signing up for jobs
1.Commitments

2.Officiating

3.Signing up for Jobs

GMAC Hosted Meets
why do we do commitments
Why do we do Commitments

In order to run our hosted meets which provide our club with its major source of revenue

To give our children opportunities to compete in their “home pools”

requirements
Requirements

Each family has to complete a certain number of sessions ( or pay $60/session)

An average session normally lasts 4.5 hours ( 1 hour warmup followed by 3.5 hours of competition)

If you are required to do 15 sessions this means 67.5 hours (Our website will track the number of hours you complete)

Setup and safety marshall duties count as additional hours

basic expectations
Basic Expectations

Arrive ready to work before the beginning of warmup as we cannot start the meet without two safety marshalls in place

Let us (James and Andrea) know if you will be arriving late so that we don’t waste time rearranging the assignments

basic expectations part deux
Basic Expectations Part Deux

Wear something white and comfortable ( it is hot and you will get splashed)

Bring a reusable water bottle

Check in with us when you arrive at the meet

( upstairs at Victor Davis and in the equipment room at U of G )

Find out when the briefing is and make sure you are present for it

setup and take down
Setup and Take Down

Every meet requires the setup crew spend 1-5 hours setting everything up

At the end of the last session of a hosted meet we ask everyone to pitch in and help take things down

With everyone helping we can do this in less than 30 minutes!

officials
Officials

In order to run a high quality meet that other teams want to attend we need to have quality officials

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Officials

Everyone should register at osoa.ca

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Officials

Everyone should take the basic timer clinic ( this makes you a level I)

In order to move “up the ladder” you need to take clinics and get experience at the different positions

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Officials

We must have a certain number of level II, III , IV and V officials to run sanctioned meets

To become a qualified official you must take clinics and get experience at different positions

After getting experience you need to ask for a deck evaluation from the meet referee

bonus hours
Bonus hours

More qualified officials get extra credits

A level II official gets a 1.5 hour credit for every hour they complete

A level III official gets a 2.0 hour credit for every hour they complete

clinics
Clinics

Clinics can either be done in person or online through the osoa website

Clinics will be running next weekend in St Thomas

a few notes when officiating
A few notes when officiating

1 Have fun, you have the best view in the house

2 Leave the cell phones in your pockets. The swimmers deserve your full attention

3 Tempting as it is please do not cheer your swimmer when they are racing