*OBRA Officials Training, 2011*
We are pleased to announce an upcoming OBRA officials training for new
and novice officials. If you have ever thought about becoming a cycling
official, now is your opportunity to get introductory training. We will
be covering core material as well as material specific to referees and
judges. Through both classroom instruction and an break-out sessions,
you will learn the basic skills need to officiate at OBRA events.
Every OBRA team needs to have at least one team member who is a trained
Who is a Referee?
A referee is the person in the car following the racers, enforcing
rules, and making things happen. Referees organize the race starts and
do the bulk of the communication with the riders.
*Who is a Judge?
A judge is the person at the finish-line. They are responsible for
tracking and placing riders, scoring, timing, generating and posting
OBRA Officials Training. We will be focused on training officials for
road events. This will prepare officials to work road races and stage
races (criterium, time trials, and road races).
February 5, 2011, 10am - 4pm.
Salem, Oregon. The training will be held at the Kroc Center, 1865 Bill
Frey Dr. NE, Salem.
This training is for new and novice officials. We will be training both
referees and judges.
*How do I Register:*
When registering for this training, please select either referee or
judge (not both). There will be no charge for this training.
To register, please sign up at http://obratrainings.eventbrite.com/.
Further information for OBRA Officials can be found at the OBRA Training
Wiki at http://obra.wikidot.com (a work in progress).
For more information, please contact Seth May (firstname.lastname@example.org).