Пауэрлифтинг в Смоленской области

Пауэрлифтинг в Смоленской области

 

The World Drug-Free Powerlifing Federation Rule Book Revised January 2007. Referees.


VIII. REFEREES

A. DESIGNATION OF PLATFORM REFEREES:

The referees shall be three in number, the Chief or  Center Referee and two side referees.Note: All referees assigned to “platform positions” must annually attend at least one REEREE’S INSTRUCTION CLINIC/WORKSHOP where the WDFPF Rulebook will be reviewed (Amd.2004AGM).

B. DUTIES OF THE CHIEF REFEREE: 

The Chief Referee is responsible for giving the necessary signals for all three lifts and for any decisions regarding loading errors or incorrect announcements by the Speaker/Announcer.

C. SIGNALS REQUIRED FOR THE LIFTING EVENTS:

1. The Squat: At the commencement of the lift a visual signal consisting of a downward movement of the arm together with the audible signal of the command “Squat?.  The signal at the completion of the lift will be a visual signal consisting of a backward movement of the arm together with the audible signal of the command “Rack”.

2. The Bench Press:  At the commencement of the lift the Chief Referee will clap either hands or clapperboards, when the bar is motionless on the lifter’s chest. If the lifter is hearing impaired, the Chief  Referee may give a visual signal to the lifter. The signal at the completion of the lift will be a visual signal consisting of a backward movement of the arm together with the audible signal of the command “Rack”. (Amd. Postal Ballot, 1997).

3. The Deadlift:  At the commencement of the Deadlift no signal is required.  The signal at the completion of  the lift will be a visual signal consisting of a downward movement of the arm together with the audible signal of the command  “Down”.

D. COMMUNICATION ANNOUNCING THE PLATFORM REFEREE?S DECISION:

Once the bar has been replaced in the racks or on the platform at the completion of the lift, the referees will announce their decisions by means of the lights.  White for a “good lift” and red for a “no lift”.  In the event that hand signals or flags have to be used instead of lights, such signals will be made immediately after the Chief Referee has called “show”.

E. POSITIONING OF THE REFEREES ON THE PLATFORM: 

The three referees may seat themselves in what they consider to be the best viewing positions around the platform for each of the three lifts.  However, the Chief Referee must always bear in mind the need to be easily visible to the lifter performing the squat or deadlift.

F. DUTIES OF THE REFEREES PRIOR TO THE COMPETITION:

Before the competition, the referees shall jointly ascertain that:

1. The platform and competition equipment comply in all respects with the rules.  Bars and discs are checked for weight discrepancies, and defective equipment discarded.

2. The scales work correctly and are accurate.  Certification of the scales must have been within 12 months previous to the championships date.

3. The lifters weigh-in within the limits of weight and time for their body weight category.

4. The lifter’s costumes and personal equipment comply with the rules in all respects.  The equipment should be marked, and recorded on the lifter’s score card or attempts card.

G. DUTIES OF THE REFEREES DURING THE COMPETITION:

During the competition the referees must jointly ascertain the following:

1. The weight of the loaded bar agrees with the weight announced by the speaker/announcer.  Referees may be issued with loading charts for this purpose.

2. On the platform the lifter’s costume and personal equipment are exactly as declared, examined and marked at the equipment check.  If any referee has reason to doubt a lifter’s integrity in this respect, they must, after completion of the lift, inform the Chief Referee of their suspicions.  The three referees may then re-examine the lifter’s costume and personal equipment.  If the lifter is found guilty of wearing anything illegal that was not checked in during the equipment check, the lifter will immediately be disqualified.

H. PROCEDURE OF A REFEREE OBSERVING LIFTING FAULTS:

If during the execution of a lift, a referee observes a fault sufficient to give cause for disqualification of the lift, the procedure is as follows:

1. If the observer is a side referee, an arm shall be raised to call attention to the fault.  If the Chief Referee or the other side referee are in agreement, this constitutes a majority opinion, the Chief Referee shall stop the lift at a discretionary safe point.  A visual signal and an audible command will be given to the lifter.

2. If the observer is the Chief Referee, the arm will not be raised.  The Chief Referee must check to see if either of the side referees are in agreement.  If one or both agree, the Chief Referee will stop the lift as previously described in (a).

I. PROCEDURES FOR INCORRECT STARTING POSITION OR BAR PLACEMENT DURING THESQUAT: 

Prior to the commencement of the squat, if any of the referees do not accept the bar placement or the starting position of the lifter, they will call attention to the fault as previously described in 8 (a).  If there is a majority opinion among the referees that the fault exists, the Chief Referee will not give the signals to commence the lift.  It is not required of the Chief Referee to explain the fault to the lifter.  The lifter has the remainder of the unexpired time allowance in which to correct the position of the bar or the stance in order to receive the commencement signal.

J. REFEREE COMMENTARY FOLLOWING A LIFT:

A lifter receiving a red light(s) for a lift may go to or send their coach to the Chief Referee, and request a rationale for the red light.  The Chief Referee will investigate, determine, and inform the lifter or spokesman why a red light was given.  A lifter requiring further debate or knowledge, must leave the lifting area immediately and go to the Head Referee in charge of the competition, or the Chair of the Jury for further clarification or ruling.  Referees may not receive any document or verbal account concerning the progress of the competition.

1. A referee shall not attempt to influence the decisions of the other referees.

2. The Chief Referee may consult with the side referees, the Jury or any other official as necessary in order to expedite the competition.

K. DUTIES OF THE REFEREES AFTER THE COMPETITION:

After the competition, the three referees shall sign the official score sheets, record certificates or any other documents requiring a signature.

L. IN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION:

Referees will be selected by the Technical Committee.  Nations will put forward a list of referees who they feel are suitable to officiate at international level (1988 AGM).  International Referees must have passed a written and practical examination with a proficiency of 90%.  In the absence of such an exam the original ruling operates.

1.  Two referees of the same nationality cannot normally be selected to adjudicate the same category in a contest of more than two nations.

2. The selection of a referee to act as Chief Referee in one category does not preclude their selection as a side referee in another category.

3.  Each nation may nominate a maximum of three referees to serve at the World Championships.

4.  Referees and members of the Jury will be uniformly dressed as follows:

a.  Men:

1). Winter:  Dark Blue Blazer with appropriate WDFPF logo emblem on left breast and Grey Trousers with a white shirt and tie.
2). Summer:  White Shirt and Grey Trousers, tie optional.

b. Women

1). Winter:  Dark Blue Blazer with appropriate WDFPF logo emblem on left breast and Grey Skirt or Trousers and a white blouse.
2). Summer:  Grey Skirt or Trousers and a white blouse.

5.  The Jury shall determine whether winter or summer dress will be worn.

6.  All officials must speak either English or French or be accompanied by an interpreter when acting as a referee on the platform (1994 AGM)

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