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ISA Judging & Officiating Level 1 Course - Westport June 1, 2007  


ISA Judging & Officiating Level 1 Course  -  Westport June 1, 2007

ISA Judging & Officiating Level 1 Course Newport, OR. Sept 7, 2007
ISA Judging & Officiating Level 1 Course  -  Westport June 1, 2007
  • ISA level 1 Judging course happening with the Rogue event at the Public House (the Rogue's great pub) in Newport, OR. Sept 7, 2007, 6 pm - $80.00 US
  • level 0 (introductory) judging course for the Newport High School Sept. 10th.

To pre-register contact Barbie Mayor sbmayor@seaviewcable.net Canadian Judging Manager, ISA Canada Head Judge, Pacific Northwest Judge

Improve your capacity to discriminate between surfers who perform closest to the judging criteria from those who donít

 
 
 
 
 
 
 


done events

ISA Judging & Officiating Level 1 Course postponed
postponed until further notice

Tofino, location TBA $80.00 cash June 15, 6:30pm

To pre-register contact Barbie Mayor Canadian Judging Manager

sbmayor@seaviewcable.net ISA Certified Judging Instructor

Improve your capacity to discriminate between surfers who perform closest to the judging criteria from those who donít

Judging Criteria

A surfer must perform radical controlled maneuvers in the critical section of a wave with speed, power and flow to maximize scoring potential. Innovative/progressive surfing, a variety of repertoire and executes this criteria with maximum degree of difficulty and commitment. Longboard Ďtricksí can be performed and will be viewed as a surfer being in control but not add to the scoring potential.

  1. Each contestant is judged on his/her top 2 waves on a 1-10 scale, 10-wave maximum.

         The total of the two top-scoring waves ridden will be used for each†††††††† competitorís score.††

         An interference call during a heat will reduce a riderís second-best-scoring wave by half. A second interference call will reduce a riderís best-scoring wave by half.

  1. Types of interferences
    1. Dropping in on another contestant
    2. Standing up after your heat ends
    3. Continuing to surf
    4. Flagrant interferences at the judgesí discretion could lead to a disqualification.
    5. More than 2 interferences by the same rider, in the same heat, will lead to an automatic disqualification
  1. Arrive 10 minutes before heat to check in with the beach captain
  2. Stay insight of the judges, if you think they canít see you, assume that they canít.The beach captain serves as a focal point for the heat.Stay in front of or slightly too either side of him/her.
  3. You may ride up to a 7í4Ē in the Pro/Am, Shortboard divisions
  4. Minimum of 9í rider for longboard division
 
 
 
 

The Heat : 15-20 minutes in length

††††††††† HORNS:

  1. 1 horn blast starts and ends the heat
  2. 2 horn blasts means 5 minute warning/paddle out

FLAGS:

  1. One flag up signals the start and end of the heat
  2. Two flags up signals the 5 minute warning for the end of the heat AND paddle out period for the upcoming heat.
The following score sheet is not an ISA sheet but an adaptation from the Pacific Northwest Judges. ISA Judged scores are a little more defined as follows:

Bad Waves 0.1 to 1.9 | Poor Waves 2.0 to 3.9 | Average Waves 4.0 to 5.9 | Good Waves 6.0 to 7.9 | Excellent Waves 8.0 to 10.00

ISA Judging & Officiating Level 1 Course  -  Westport June 1, 2007

ISA Judging & Officiating Level 1 Course June 1, 2007
ISA Judging & Officiating Level 1 Course  -  Westport June 1, 2007

The Islander Resort Westport, WA June 1, 2007 7pm
$80.00 US

To pre-register contact Barbie Mayor barbie_m@telus.net
Canadian Judging Manager
ISA Canada Head Judge
Pacific Northwest Judge

Improve your capacity to discriminate between surfers who perform closest to the judging criteria from those who donít

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