Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

June 2010 How to Work the presentation To start this Presentation Press F5 Clicking the left mouse button will advance to the next statement or slide.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "June 2010 How to Work the presentation To start this Presentation Press F5 Clicking the left mouse button will advance to the next statement or slide."— Presentation transcript:

1 June 2010 How to Work the presentation To start this Presentation Press F5 Clicking the left mouse button will advance to the next statement or slide. To Quit Press ESC 1

2 June 2010 May Swimmers With A Disability (PARA) Classification & Technical Rules

3 June 2010 What Is In This Presentation 1.What has changed in 2010 Rulebook. 2.New Officials on the deck 3.Classification (Why What Who and How) 4.Disabilities different 5.Code for Exceptions (for specific swimmers, because of limitations) 6.Technical Rules 7.Start, Stroke, and Finish 3

4 June 2010 What is in this Presentation 7.Support Staff (SS) 8.Protest 9.How the meets are set up 10.SNC/IPC Rule Differences 11.Where to find all the information 12.IPC Swimming – Application for Event Approval 13.Questionnaire 14.Roles & Responsibilities of SNC 4

5 June 2010 What has changed in 2010 A butterfly kick is permitted during the first arm stroke after the start and turn in breaststroke - as in FINA. Breaststroke kick is allowed in Butterfly. The statement in SNC SW 8.3 Breaststroke kicking movement is not permitted has been removed from IPC 3.5.3, therefore it is allowed. Breaststroke kick is allowed in Butterfly. The statement in SNC SW 8.3 Breaststroke kicking movement is not permitted has been removed from IPC 3.5.3, therefore it is allowed. 5

6 June 2010 What has changed in 2010 Shoulders don't have to be in line with the normal water surface in butterfly, the same as FINA. Toes don't have to be under the water in a backstroke start, the same as FINA. Wrapping round the ends of the pool, by stroke judges is dismissed; the technical officials are covering 50m alongside the pool, the same as FINA officials. 6

7 June 2010 What has changed in 2010 There are a few exceptions dismissed: •V – the A exception code satisfies the need of an assistance •Z – collection of medical information does not fall under the jurisdiction of the classifiers. It is the NPCs responsibility that the athletes participating in a competition are fit to compete and any necessary treatment due to their medical condition is provided by the NPC. •10, 11 exception - 12 covers leg drag or show intent to kick 7

8 June 2010 What has changed 14 - the requirement of having the shoulders in line with the water surface is dismissed, therefore there is no need for this exception anymore • * same as above The athletes database on the website will be updated to reflect these changes. The updated Codes for Exceptions can be found as attachment 2 in the TO Operating Manual. The updated TO Operating Manual can be found at swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_swimming/Officials/2010_03_ 08_TO_Operating_Manual.pdf/ swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_swimming/Officials/2010_03_ 08_TO_Operating_Manual.pdf swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_swimming/Officials/2010_03_ 08_TO_Operating_Manual.pdf 8

9 June 2010 What has changed The exceptions will be marked on the start list at major IPC Swimming Championships – there will be no need to do this manually. There are no technical advisers appointed anymore, the classifiers will be connected from the stands if classification related advice is needed. 9

10 June 2010 What has changed IPC Swimming is following FINA regulations on swimsuits – the technical officials can DQ an athlete that does not adhere to these regulations. –Any swimsuit modification(s) have to be approved by IPC Swimming TO (the swimmer needs to present him/herself in the suit in person) –The STC will monitor how FINA is dealing with suit-checking and further updates can be expected before the World Championships. 10

11 June 2010 What has changed Where new starting platforms are available, the IoT should assist the athlete in adjusting it, if requested. The classification and technical protest procedures are clearly separated in the rulebook. The LOC is responsible for the warm-up control. The TD is responsible to ensure the LOC is aware of the warm-up protocol. 11

12 June 2010 What has changed There are Working Groups (WGs) identified to work on different tasks outlined in the previous update letter. The names, projects and timelines will be communicated once all WGs started its work. A plan to evaluate IPC Swimming Level 1 TOs at major Championships in 2010 will be developed and circulated. A plan to evaluate IPC Swimming Level 1 TOs at major Championships in 2010 will be developed and circulated. 12

13 June If you have a high speed internet connection you can view this video on Youtube by clicking the link below OR If the video has been installed in the same folder as this presentation click in the BLACK to play the video OR To move to next slide when the video ends, click in the BLUE

14 June 2010 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Competition Designation What Officials are required for: –IPC competition – Technical/Asst. Director (TD/ATD) full slate of senior officials (10) and as many classifiers as required. (2.1.4, Parylimpics, Worlds). –IPC sanctioned competition – TD, 4 stroke Judges as many classifiers as required. (2.1.5, European Championships). 14

15 June 2010 IPC Competition Designation –IPC approved competitions – IPC appoints the classifiers and the LOC appoints the appropiate number of officials (2.1.6, CanAm) 15

16 June 2010 New Officials on Deck Most National/International meets have the following Officials on the Deck: Technical Director (TD) Technical Official (TO) Medical Classifier Technical Classifiers Extra Office Staff 16

17 June 2010 Technical Director (TD) 1.Similar to our SNC Competition Coordinator 2.Oversees the IPC Swimming Classification of swimmers before and during the meet. 3.Coordinates the Technical, Medical Classifiers, and Technical Officials (TO). 4.Approves the results and records 17

18 June 2010 Medical Classifier 1.Is a Physiotherapist or Doctor 2.Does the bench test (video next) 3.Observes the swimmer in the water prior to and during competition (usually from the stands) Available to the TO to consult on a swimmers ability to do a strokeAvailable to the TO to consult on a swimmers ability to do a stroke 4.Assigns the swimmer a classification and does the exceptions 18

19 June 2010 TO 1.May assist with classifying swimmers before and during the meet. 2.May assist with creation of exceptions for each swimmer, which will appear on the heat sheets. 3.During a competition one on either side of the pool to observe the swimmers. Walks with the Stroke Judge. 4.Approves and signs all DQs made by Referee, Starter and S/T Judges, to ensure the swimmers stroke meets the rule exception. 19

20 June 2010 TO 5.Converts times into points Swim Canada website at https://www.swimming.ca/FemaleParaS wimming - Women https://www.swimming.ca/FemaleParaS wimming https://www.swimming.ca/FemaleParaS wimming https://www.swimming.ca/MaleParaSwi mminghttps://www.swimming.ca/MaleParaSwi mming - Men https://www.swimming.ca/MaleParaSwi mming 6.The highest points are the medal winners 7.Creates the start lists for finals, if there are finals 20

21 June 2010 Swim Meet Exercises 50M Free Female NAMEAGECLUBPROVPRELIMPOINTS LambertS6SB6SM6Jenna19KYPAON53.84 DierS10SB9SM10Kara16KYPAON43.37 TremblayS9SB9SM9Elodie30TORPPQ37.11 CloutierS8SB7SM8Christine30VMAXPQ48.56 AvanessianS8SB8SM8Chouchanick25VMAXPQ56.62 TrippS10SB9SM10Abi9KYPAON1: Use the web address below and calculate the Points and Lanes for Finals for the swimmers belowUse the web address below and calculate the Points and Lanes for Finals for the swimmers below https://www.swimming.ca/FemaleParaSwimming Female 50m Freestyle Prelim

22 June 2010 Swim Meet Exercises 50M Free Male NAMEAGECLUBPROVPRELIMPOINTS MarchandS7SB7SM7, Marc-Olivier18 VMAX PQ SergeantTsonos S8SB8, Chris 16 KYPA ON Daniel s8sb6sm7, Christian 16 TAB AB Hampson S11 Sb11sm11, Robert 18 VVAC ON Bolton S9SB9SM9, Harley 15 LYPA ON Streicher S10SB9SM10, Nick12 KYPA ON Use the web address below and calculate the Points and Lanes for Finals for the swimmers belowUse the web address below and calculate the Points and Lanes for Finals for the swimmers below https://www.swimming.ca/MaleParaSwimming Male 50m Freestyle Prelim

23 June 2010 Swim Meet Exercises 50M Free Final Female NAMEAGECLUBPROVFinalPOINTS LambertS6SB6SM6Jenna19KYPAON55.91 DierS10SB9SM10Kara16KYPAON44.37 TremblayS9SB9SM9Elodie30TORPPQ35.53 CloutierS8SB7SM8Christine30VMAXPQ47.68 AvanessianS8SB8SM8Chouchanick25VMAXPQ58.29 TrippS10SB9SM10Abi9KYPAON1: Use the web address below and calculate the Points and Medals for the swimmers belowUse the web address below and calculate the Points and Medals for the swimmers below https://www.swimming.ca/FemaleParaSwimming Female 50m Freestyle Finals

24 June 2010 Swim Meet Exercises 50M Free Final Male NAMEAGECLUBPROVFINALPOINTS MarchandS7SB7SM7, Marc-Olivier18 VMAX PQ SergeantTsonos S8SB8, Chris 16 KYPA ON Daniel s8sb6sm7, Christian 16 TAB AB 1;02.25 Hampson S11 Sb11sm11, Robert 18 VVAC ON DQ Bolton S9SB9SM9, Harley 15 LYPA ON Streicher S10SB9SM10, Nick12 KYPA ON Use the web address below and calculate the Points and Medals for the swimmers belowUse the web address below and calculate the Points and Medals for the swimmers below https://www.swimming.ca/MaleParaSwimming Male 50m Freestyle Finals

25 June 2010 IPC Bench Test Video If you have a high speed internet connection you can view this video by clicking the link below Bench Test To move to next slide close the internet explorer and click If the video has been installed in the same folder as this presentation move to the next slide and click in the slide to play the video To move to next slide when the video ends, click in the Black 25

26 June

27 June 2010 IPC Water Test Video If you have a high speed internet connection you can view this video by clicking the link below Water test To move to next slide close the internet explorer and click If the video has been installed in the same folder as this presentation move to the next slide and click in the slide to play the video To move to next slide when the video ends, click in the Black 27

28 June

29 June What is Classification? Grouping of swimmers with like abilities for the purpose of competing in sport in a fair field for competition. Why Classify? To ensure a fair and level playing field for all competitors. Laymans Guide to Classifications is located at https://www.swimming.ca/guidetoclassification https://www.swimming.ca/guidetoclassification

30 June Disabilities Included Locomotor disability Spinal injured Cerebral palsy Head Injuries AmputeesDysmeliaAchrondroplasiaArthrogryphosis Cognitive Disabilities Visually Impaired

31 June 2010 Disabilities Not Included TransplantsDeaf Learning disabilities DiabetesEpilepsy Awkward child Developmental delay ADD 31

32 June Swimming Classifications SB = Breaststroke, SM = IM, S = the rest Visually Impairedclass S/SB/SM 11, 12, 13 Locomotor Disabilities class S/SB/SM 1 – 10 (SB9) Cognitive Disabilitiesclass S/SB/SM 14 Special OlympicsNot yet These will be listed on your Start List/Heat sheets after the last name of the swimmer You may have to make a list and distribute it

33 June 2010 CAN CANADA NPC Status Gender Family Name Given Name ExceptionsClassification Review CANCMMurphyDanial A 1,5,12S9 SB9 SM9 CANCWStanczakKirbyWAFY 1,2,12S3 SB3 SM3 The DVZ 10,11,14,* Have been removed from the code of exceptions, it may take some time for the databases to catch up. 33 This is a sample of the classification and exceptions found on the IPC website for Canadian swimmers. swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_swimming/Classifica tion/Athlete_Database/2009_12_22_ClassData_of_swimme rs_in_license_process_2009.pdf swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_swimming/Classifica tion/Athlete_Database/2009_12_22_ClassData_of_swimme rs_in_license_process_2009.pdf The classification and exceptions are produced from the bench and water test done by the Medical and Technical Classifier

34 June Codes for Exceptions W – Water Start - MUST start in water F – Feet Start – Support Staff (SS) holds swimmers feet to the wall H – Hearing impaired light or signal required Y -Starting Device - Water starts, belt, towel etc.

35 June Codes for Exceptions E -Unable to Grip For Backstroke Start – Support Staff can hold the swimmer A – Assistance required – Officials, if requested by the swimmer T – Tappers - Must have one at each end and they must tap the swimmer. A miss is a DQ.

36 June Codes for Exceptions During Swimming Even numbers are right side Odd numbers are left side 1 to 7 deal with hands, 8 to 12+ deal with feet and only Breaststroke

37 June 2010 Codes for Exceptions 0 – Nil 1 - One Hand Start 2 - R Hand touch 3 - L Hand touch 4 - R Hand touch with simultaneous intent 5 - L Hand touch with simultaneous intent 37

38 June Codes for Exceptions 6 - Simultaneous intent to touch 7 - Part of upper body must touch 8 to 12, and + are Breaststroke ONLY 8 - R Foot must turn out 9 - L Foot must turn out 12 - Leg Drag or Show Intent to Kick + - Able to do fly kick - illegal other then start and turn

39 June Technical Rules for Swimmers with a Disability

40 June 2010 Rule Book Have copies of the IPC Swimming Rule Book available on deck, you can not remember all the rules. swimming.org/Rules_Regulations/ swimming.org/Rules_Regulations/ An SNC rule book is located at the Swim Canada web site and has an bridged version of the IPC rules https://www.swimming.ca/SwimmingRules https://www.swimming.ca/SwimmingRules 40

41 June 2010 IPC Swimming Disqualification Descriptors Descriptor allow rapid reference to where the DQ is found in the IPC Swimming Rule Book. This should never replace knowing the Rule Book, and where things are located. You should go through the Rule Book and become familiar with the layout, which follows the FINA book as much as possible. 41

42 June Rules Cognitive Disabilities: class S/SB/SM 14 No exceptions

43 June The Start 3.1 Locomotor Disabilities Use the Rule book and go over the Rules

44 June The Start 3.1 Classes S1, S2, S3Feet/foot hold Start Legal Not legal Must be stationary after Take Your Marks. NO sculling

45 June The Start 3.1 Deaf or Hearing Impaired

46 June 2010 Strokes USE COMMON SENSE Freestyle –3.2 Definition Backstroke – Exception E The Code of Exceptions, match the rules. 46

47 June 2010 Strokes Breaststroke After the start & each turn the swimmer MAY take ONE arm stroke completely back to the legs during which the swimmer MAY be submerged.After the start & each turn the swimmer MAY take ONE arm stroke completely back to the legs during which the swimmer MAY be submerged. A single butterfly kick is permitted during the first arm stroke, followed by a breaststroke kick.A single butterfly kick is permitted during the first arm stroke, followed by a breaststroke kick …. All movement of the arms shall be …… …. Hands on, over or under the water…. …. elbows under except turn or finish….. The hands shall not be brought back beyond the hip line except start and turn. 47

48 June 2010 Strokes Breaststroke –3.4.4Exceptions 12 – – Exceptions 8, and 9 –3.4.6,.1,.2,.3,.4,.5 Butterfly –3.5.2,.1,.2,.3,.4 –3.5.3,.1, –Breaststroke kick is allowed

49 June 2010 Strokes Butterfly (Continued) – Exceptions 4, 5, and 6 – Exception 7 – Exceptions 2, and 3 – Exceptions 4, and 5 – – –

50 June Touches & Finishes Breaststroke & Butterfly Show intent to touch or simultaneous intent to touch Show intent to touch or simultaneous intent to touch 1 asymmetric stroke when swimmer has no leg push-off 1 asymmetric stroke when swimmer has no leg push-off

51 June Support Staff Tapper/Tapping an individual that indicates to the swimmers with a visual impairment they are approaching the end wallan individual that indicates to the swimmers with a visual impairment they are approaching the end wall An S11 being tapped requires two tappers one at each end of the poolAn S11 being tapped requires two tappers one at each end of the pool All Tapping devices will be checked by the Referee or TO before being used.All Tapping devices will be checked by the Referee or TO before being used.

52 June 2010 Support Staff The Tapper is not allowed to coach the swimmer, talking to the blind swimmer to advise where the blocks and steps are is allowed The Tapper is not allowed to coach the swimmer, talking to the blind swimmer to advise where the blocks and steps are is allowed S11/SB 11/SM 11 swimmers must wear opaque (blackened) goggles, S11/SB 11/SM 11 swimmers must wear opaque (blackened) goggles, these will be checked by the Referee or TO at the completion of the race these will be checked by the Referee or TO at the completion of the race 52 Tapper/Tapping

53 June Support Staff Swimmer Assistant on Start Support staff can provide: - balance - holding of feet (S1,S2,S3) - fitting of straps - indicate start for deaf Assistance to enter and or exit the water ONE layer of towel is allowed to protect amputees legs

54 June Protests Protests breach of rules or safety of the competitorbreach of rules or safety of the competitor against decisions of the referee… not allowed against decisions of factagainst decisions of the referee… not allowed against decisions of fact Decision of fact is There is no judgement call by an official in such circumstances. It happened; it is a fact. Protest forms located athttp://www.ipc- swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_swimming/ Downloads/05_01_2010_Protest_Form.pdf swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_swimming/ Downloads/05_01_2010_Protest_Form.pdfhttp://www.ipc- swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_swimming/ Downloads/05_01_2010_Protest_Form.pdf

55 June Competition Structure Meet Managers can integrate & run competitions by: Classification, World Performance Charts, Seed by Time, Seed by Event, PARA swimming with Able Body - Provided they have been classified and the meet entries show their classification (S6,SB5,SM6)

56 June 2010 SNC/IPC Rule Differences Only two difference now with the new IPC rule changes (2010) Breast Stroke – Fly kick at start & turn must be completed by start of 2 nd pull Butterfly – Breaststroke kick allowed 56

57 June 2010 IPC Swimming Web Site –About the sport (background) –News –Rules & Regulations Current Rule Book –Records application forms –Classification swimmers by Country, on line course 57

58 June 2010 IPC Swimming Web Site Cont. –Officials IPC Technical Officials IPC Technical Officials Course –Calendar IPC sanctioned Meets –Downloads and Forms Application for IPC Competition Record Approval Forms Technical Officials Log 58

59 June 2010 SNC Web Site Along the top go to PARA Teams then the drop down menu to PARA Swimming –Explanation of PARA Swimming –Swimmers classification and exceptions list by Province –IPC Classifiers and Officials list –Guide to Classification –Can-Am Meet information 59

60 June 2010 Swim Alberta Web Site information-2.htm information-2.htm –Application for World or Regional Records (link to IPC) –IPC Sanction Application (link to IPC) –Code for Exceptions (WORD) –SNC IPC DQ Quick Reference Infraction Card 60

61 June 2010 Swim Alberta Web Site Cont. information-2.htmhttp://www.swimalberta.ca/officials/swad- information-2.htm Continued information-2.htm –SNC expenses Claim Form (EXCEL) –PARA Officials Presentation (POWER POINT) –USA Officials Application (WORD) –Wording for SNC/IPC DQs (WORD) 61

62 June 2010 Swim Sask. Web Site –Charts to converts times into points for swimmers with different abilities to compete in the same event USA Paralympic Swimming –US Can-Am meets. 62

63 June 2010 IPC SWIMMING SANCTION PROCESS IPC Swimming requires that all swimmers who wish to be eligible to be put into the World Rankings or set a World Record be licensed by IPC Swimming for a yearly fee of 15 per swimmer. Swimming/Natation Canada has developed a strategy around this. 63

64 June 2010 APPLY for IPC APPROVAL/SANCTION Any swim meet that requires IPC Swimming approval/sanction: –fill out the NEW (2010 version) form and fax it, scan it or it to and –The form is available from the web site below swimming.org/Downloads/. swimming.org/Downloads swimming.org/Downloads 64

65 June 2010 COMPETITION APPROVAL COSTS Competition Approval Process and approval The request must be made SIX weeks before the meet there will be a 50 cost to approve/sanction each competition. If you require a IPC Officials course cost 100 If you require a IPC Officials course cost

66 June 2010 COMPETITION APPROVAL COSTS Swimming/Natation Canada has established an account with IPC Swimming and provide a float. When a club gets meet approval, the account will be debited and the host club invoiced by Swimming/Natation Canada. 66

67 June 2010 CRITERIA for IPC SWIMMING APPROVAL Minimum Standards for Approval. minimum 1.35m depth of the pool at the start end of the pool.minimum 1.35m depth of the pool at the start end of the pool. Please review the full document. swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_ swimming/Downloads/2010_COMPETI TION_APPROVAL_GUIDELINES.pdfPlease review the full document. swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_ swimming/Downloads/2010_COMPETI TION_APPROVAL_GUIDELINES.pdf swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_ swimming/Downloads/2010_COMPETI TION_APPROVAL_GUIDELINES.pdf swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_ swimming/Downloads/2010_COMPETI TION_APPROVAL_GUIDELINES.pdf 67

68 June 2010 WORLD RECORDS IPC Swimming World Records will only be recognized at performances done at an IPC Swimming recognized competition. by a licensed swimmer. the meet must have Doping Control present at the meet. 68

69 June 2010 WORLD RECORDS Record Process and Record Form swimming.org/Downloads swimming.org/Downloads 69

70 June 2010 Meet Managers must, export from their meet software (Hytek or SPLASH), the results, as a Excel file, for ing to IPC Swimming, within 15 days of the completion of the meet. Results Template swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_swimming/Downloads/2009_0 4_01_Results_Template_Swimming.xls swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_swimming/Downloads/2009_0 4_01_Results_Template_Swimming.xls 70 POST COMPETITION REQUIREMENTS for IPC SWIM MEETS

71 June 2010 Record setting performances must be submitted to IPC Swimming Office using the IPC Swimming Record Application form, together with all the required supporting documentation no later than 15 days after the competition concludes. swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_swimming/Downloads/Applica tion_for_World_or_Regional_Record_ pdf swimming.org/export/sites/ipc_sports_swimming/Downloads/Applica tion_for_World_or_Regional_Record_ pdf Results containing the necessary information must be submitted to IPC Swimming no later than 15 days after the competition concludes. 71

72 June 2010 IPC Meet Summary Report to IPC Swimming no later than 15 days after the competition concludes. (Copy will be supplied to the Contact Person nominated on the application form when the meet is approved). Failure to provide the above information in the required time frame may result in future approvals being withheld. 72

73 June 2010 Questionnaire If the answer turns red on the next click it is correct. 1.The TO is responsible for: a)Approving and signing all DQ slips before they become official. b)Disqualifying any swimmer that he/she observes to be committing an infraction and has not been DQed by other Officials. c)Observing the pool at all time while swimmers are in the water. 73

74 June 2010 a)To be involved in classification of swimmers, b)Perform the bench test, c)Assign the swimmers a classification and do the exceptions, d)Disqualify swimmers for incorrect strokes, e)Observe the pool when there are swimmers in the water during competition The Medical Classifiers duties are,

75 June The times-points calculation tables that allow swimmers of different abilities to compete together are found at ? a)http://www.swimming.ca b)http://www.paralympic.org/release/Summer_S ports/Swimming/index.html c)http://www.swimalberta.ca d)http://www.swimsask.ca/programs_swad.htm 75

76 June Which of the following disabilities are included in IPC Swimming? Cerebral Palsy (CP) Deaf Locomotor Disability ADD Visually Impaired Amputees Spinal Injuries Epilepsy 76

77 June What strokes does S stand for in classification? Backstroke, Fly, and Free 6.What does SB stand for in classification? Breaststroke 7.What does SM stand for in classification? IM 8.What website are ALL the Canadian swimmers classifications located? cation 77

78 June What website are ALL the International swimmers classifications located? mmer_Sports/Swimming/Classification/ Move down to Classification by Country 10.Can any swimmer start in the water? YES, but only S1, 2, and 3 can have their feet held to the wall. ( ) 11.Can timekeepers assist a swimmer if asked? Yes if the swimmer has ASKED the timer for assitance. 78

79 June Which swimmers must have tappers and how many tappers? S tappers one at each end ( ) 13. What happens if a Tapper misses the swimmer? The swimmer will be DQed 14. Who checks the goggles, at the end of the race, for light passing through and which classes are required to be checked? Referee or TO and S11 (3.8.8) 15. What does the code of exceptions G mean? Prostheses (Glass eye) NO CHECK Required 16. What does Z mean, (will be removed from Database) Medical Alert, Asthmatic, allergic to latex, etc 79

80 June Are there any exceptions for S14 swimmers No 18. What codes are required for the swimmer to have assistance at the start? A assistance T tapper 19. Which Officials must sign DQ forms? RefereeOfficial DQingTO 80

81 June Which website is the SNC Rule book located on? –www.swimming.ca –www.paralympic.org –http://www.swimsask.ca/programs_s wad.htm –www.swimalberta.ca 21. Can severely handicapped swimmers (S1,2,3,4)enter the water or mount the blocks after the tweet tweet and before the long whistle from the Referee? Yes, if the Referee agrees, this will speed up the meet. 81

82 June Which of the following classes of swimmers CAN have their feet held for a water start? S1, S2, S3, and S4 S1 S2 S3 ( ) 23. Can one layer of towel or the like be placed on the blocks to prevent abrasions? Yes ( ) 24. When the command Take Your Marks is given all swimmers must assume a stationary position. This also applies to water starts, there must be no sculling. Is this statement True or False? TRUE (3.1.4) 82

83 June Are the toes required to be under the water on backstroke starts? NO 26. Is a downward butterfly kick allowed at the start and turn in breaststroke? YES 27. If a swimmer uses only one arm during the breaststroke, must the touch be with both arms? NO ( ) 28. In butterfly are the shoulders to be kept in line with the normal water surface? NO 83

84 June If an S11 or S12 swimmer comes in contact with the lane rope, at the time of the touch, so as to cause a non-simultaneous touch must they be DQed? NO ( ) 30. In fly, if the arms skim the top of the water is this a DQ? YES 31. Is the breaststroke kick allowed in fly? YES (3.5.3) 84

85 June In fly, are swimmers with no leg function allowed to perform ½ arm stroke underwater to contact the wall? YES ( ) 33. What are the strokes in the 150 meter IM? Backstroke, Breaststroke and Freestyle ( ) 34. Can a swimmers whose exceptions do not have a V A T B or G be allowed to be accompanied to the marshalling area or starting blocks? NO 85

86 June In the picture below, the second swimmer is doing either fly or breaststroke, is this ever legal? YES BUT ONLY if exception 3 86

87 June Support Staff and Assistants are not allowed to talk to the swimmer once in the marshalling area, except S11, true or false. TRUE (2.18) 37. Is a swimmer allowed to compete with an open wound? NO (6.2.5) 38. Taping or strapping of injuries must be approved by the Medical Classifier or in his absence the Referee, true or false. TRUE (6.2.5) 87

88 June It is the right of a coach to protest a referees decision and shall not be refused, unless the protest is against a decision of fact, true or false. TRUE 40. What is a decision of Fact? There is no judgement call by an official in such circumstance. It happened it is a fact. There is no judgement call by an official in such circumstance. It happened it is a fact. 88

89 June 2010 If you have an internet connection do the following questions 41.Yip Pin Xiu from Singapore has entered your meet classified as S3 SB3 SM3. Is her classification right? What are her exceptions? 42.Curtis Lovejoy from USA has entered your meet classified as S2 SB1 SM2. Is his classification right? What are his exceptions? Can he start from the blocks? 89 YES WAEF 6,11 YES WAHEZ 6,11 NO

90 June Krystal Shaw from Sask. has entered your meet and is classified as S8 SB7 SM8. Is her classification right? What are her exceptions? 44.Chelsie Bargh from BC has entered your meet and is classified as S14 SB14 SM14.. Is her classification right? What are her exceptions? Can she start in the water? 90 NO, 7,6,7 DAZ 11+ YES D 0 YES

91 June Roles & Responsibilities of SNC Competition Negotiations, Programming, Classification, Conducting of the competition, Results System Education Classification Courses, Classifiers, Technical Adviser, Swimming Officials, Teaching & Coaching Courses

92 June Roles & Responsibilities of SNC General National Records National Record Certificates Maintenance of Rankings Calendar of Events Certificates for Classification workshops & Seminars Resource for Clubs, Coaches & Classifiers Sponsorship

93 June Contacts Any questions you may have please contact the IPC officials below; Lockie Lister –

94 June Thank you. We would like to acknowledge the initial work on the power point presentation done by Swim Alberta


Download ppt "June 2010 How to Work the presentation To start this Presentation Press F5 Clicking the left mouse button will advance to the next statement or slide."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google