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  1. Chief Judge/Assistant Chief Judge Bill Sargis Robert Haley

  2. Role of the Chief Judge • National Deck Protocol • Pacific Swimming LSC Protocol • Other LSC Meets Protocols

  3. CJ Responsibilities • Pre-meet • Meet Referee • Protocol, Expectations & Uniform • Meet Director • Recruiting & Planning • During Competition • Briefings & Management of Judges • Post-meet • Evaluations

  4. CJ Attributes • Organized • Clear & Precise Communicator • Positive Attitude • Calm Demeanor • Leader • Humorous

  5. CJ Duties at the Meet • Check in with meet referee • Assign roles to ACJ (if you have one or more) • Check pool & equipment • Welcome officials as they arrive • Sign-in sheet • Briefing time & location • Speaker • Evaluator • Briefing, Assignments & Rotations

  6. CJ Duties - Briefing • Greeting • Sign-in • Protocols • Appearance, Movement, Uniform, DQ… • Rules • Jurisdiction • Short Course, Long Course • Lanes • Assignments & Rotations • Hospitality

  7. CJ Duties - Disqualifications • Positioned by deck referee - View of all judges • Disqualifications – Protocol • Slip writing • Event, heat & lane • Listen and don’t assume or put words in judge’s mouth • Notification of referee – radio or no radio (see radio protocols & etiquette) • Recommendation • Keep it simple

  8. CJ Duties - Disqualifications • So what happens with the DQ? • National, Pacific or other LSC • Role of deck referee • Role of admin • Athletes • Coaches • Parents • Challenges & questions

  9. CJ Duties - Other • False Starts • Relays

  10. ACJ Duties • Assist CJ • Responsible for one or more parts of briefing • Positioned on deck to observes judges • Disqualifications • Monitor judges • Professional duties • Personal needs

  11. CJ – The Little Things in General • Be organized – know where things are and anticipate issues • Be knowledgeable – you need to know what you’re doing • Be a leader – listen to others and determine expertise, let other shine and contribute, be ready to help those who are unsure • Be logistical – Do we have everything? Does everything work? Are there any obstacles? • Think ahead – what’s going to happen during the next session, the next day…

  12. CJ – The Little Things-Briefing • Critical – It sets the stage for the meet • Prepare an agenda (mental or in writing) • Differentiate – 1st session, subsequent, level.. • Communicate clearly • Cover protocols • Cover rules – what’s needed? • Make assignments • Be aware of time

  13. CJ – The Little Things - Meet • Stay calm • Keep a wide view • Be aware of posture and facial expressions • “The Show” • Check in with the referee(s) • Overturned calls

  14. CJ Resources • USA Swimming Rule Book • Pacific Swimming Swim Guide • USA Swimming Guide for Chief Judge • Forms • Experienced Officials