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1 United States Judo Association Technical Official Supervisor Training Course Prepared by the USJA Technical Official Committee Revised: July 2004

2 Technical Official Supervisor Training Course Introduction Duties of Technical Official Supervisors Registration Supervisor Head Bracket Keeper (Pairing Official) Table Supervisor Summary and Conclusions

3 Introduction to Program Designed to meet needs of USJA Complies with standards of IJF and USJI Goal is service, not control Program Modules Technical Official Training Technical Official Supervisor Training Tournament Director Training (future) Certification good for 3 years In order to stay current as a Level 2: Work 2 tournaments as a Tech Official Supervisor Train and certify 2 Technical Officials in 3 years

4 Certifying Technical Officials Provide training Manual and PowerPoint presentation available from web site (usjatechofficial.org) Administer and grade exam Exam on web site Answer key sent to you when you certify Verify experience Candidate must work one tournament Process application Enter exam score and sign Send in application form and fee ($15)

5 Tournament Personnel Overview Tournament Director Head Referee Referees and Corner Judges Registration Supervisor Registration/Weigh-In Officials Head Bracket Keeper (Pairing Official) Bracket Keepers Athlete Staging Workers Announcer Table Supervisor Contest Timer Osaekomi Timer Scorekeepers Doctors

6 Registration Supervisor Supervise Registration Officials Supervise Weigh-In Officials Make sure proper forms are available Make sure workers are trained ahead of time Make sure workers are following proper procedures Solve problems Interact with Tournament Director and Pairing Official as needed

7 Head Bracket Keeper Make up brackets (pairing) Supervise bracket keepers, including athlete staging workers, and announcer Make sure workers are trained ahead of time Insure workers are following proper procedures Solve problems Interact with Table Supervisor, Center Referee, Announcer, and Tournament Director as needed Verify individual results and calculate team awards Assist in issuing of awards as directed

8 Making Up Brackets Elimination system(s) and weight classes will be specified by Tournament Director in tournament flyer Weight classes might need to be adjusted, especially in Masters and Juniors divisions Choose right bracket for number of competitors in each division Enter competitors on bracket sheets Seeding vs. random draw Other issues

9 Consolidating Divisions Usually no more than one age division OR weight class difference (10% of body weight) allowed Get proper approvals in writing (waivers) Parents Coaches Tournament director Use a Problem Sheet to keep track of problems, solutions, and sign-offs

10 Texas Match Card System Assign competitors to divisions Assign divisions to mats to have approximately the same number of matches on each mat For each mat, number all possible matches sequentially Skip byes Do first round in each division, then second round in each division, etc. Objective is to avoid down time on the mat and to give each player max time between matches

11 Texas Match Card Example (1/3) Winner’s BracketFinal Rankings Mr. A1. 1| 2. Mr. B||3. A1 9| 3. Mr. C|| 2| | | Mr. D|| Pool A 17 | Mr. E|| 3| || Mr. F|||| A2 10| || Mr. G|| 4| Mr. G| | Bye|| 23 | Mr. I| 5| | Mr. J||| B1 11| | Mr. K||| 6| Mr. K||| Bye||| Pool B 18 | | Mr. M| 7| | Mr. N||| B2 12| | Mr. O| 8| Mr. 0| Bye|

12 Texas Match Card Example (2/3) Repechage Bracket A1R1 13| A1R2 || 19| A2R1 || 14| | 21| A2R2 | | 3 rd Place Loser Pool B B1R1 15| B1R2 || 20| B2R1 || 16| | 22| B2R2 | | 3 rd Place Loser Pool A

13 Texas Match Card Example (3/3) Winner’s Pool Mr. P 1| Mr. Q|| 3| Mr. R| 2| | Mr. S| Loser’s Pool L1 4| L2 || 5| | L3 |

14 Supervising Bracket Keepers Insure that players advance along bracket sheets properly Insure that score table and center referee know match length Insure that center referee knows division (to know if chokes and arm bars are allowed) Insure there is no down time on the mat due to improper staging of athletes Act as liason to announcer Verify individual results and tabulate results for team competitions and special awards

15 Supervising Athlete Staging Insure that there is no down time on the mat due to improper staging of athletes Insure that athletes are called properly Insure that match cards are being filled out properly Insure that match numbers are being incremented properly Insure that sashes are being issued properly Issues associated with blue gis Interaction with coaches and bracketkeeper

16 Supervising Announcer Act as liason between athlete staging desk and announcer to call late athletes Bring announcer results as divisions are completed Act as liason to Tournament Director for opening and closing ceremonies

17 Table Supervisor Supervise Contest Timer, Osaekomi Timer, and Scorekeeper Make sure proper equipment is available Scoreboards, stop watches, flags, audible devices, bean bags, etc. Make sure workers are trained ahead of time Insure workers are following proper procedures Solve problems Interact with Head Referee, Bracket Keeper, and Tournament Director as needed

18 Supervising Time Keepers Interact with Bracket Keeper to make sure the proper match time is being used Pay special attention to insure that proper procedures are being followed in unusual situations: Osaekomi at end of match Two osaekomis in quick succession Medical exams Golden score Events that occur just as time expires Uncertain end to the match ippon waved off, protest, etc.

19 Supervising Scorekeepers Pay special attention to insure that proper procedures are being followed in unusual situations: Penalties Referee waives off or changes a score Scorekeeper unsure who received the score Problems with coaches, parents, or players Medical exams Golden score Make sure scoreboard is not cleared until both players have left the mat

20 Summary Intro to Tech Official Training Program Duties of Technical Official Supervisors Registration Supervisor Head Bracket Keeper (Pairing Official) Table Supervisor

21 Challenge Study and Take Written Exam Work a Tournament Submit Certification Application Form

22 Good Luck! Thank You for Your Willingness to Serve the Sport of Judo


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