Could YOU be a Cable Judge?
Do you know your ‘tweety bird’ from your ‘tootsie roll’? Do you want to understand why this run scored better than that run? If you’re interested in judging or really want to get your competition ‘game head’ in gear this 2012, understanding more about competition composition and scoring is vital and the 2012 IWWF judging seminar is for you…and they’re looking to recruit more girls.
On April 14th 2012 at JBSki, you too could join the likes of Ellie Taylor and Tor Young and become official IWWF judges. There you can see if you’ve got what it takes to become a registered judge and increase the female presence on the judging panels at competitions across the country. At the seminar, they’ll teach you all about how judging is broken down and scores are determined. With exercises and examples, you’ll soon be on track to have a far greater appreciation of cable competition as a judge, a participant and spectator too.
So, whether you’re interested in judging or just learning more about how judging works to help you compete better, this session is well worth attending for novice and experienced competitors alike.
To join the seminar, you must be at least 16 years of age and be a member of BWSW. There is a request of £5 per head to cover the cost of refreshments throughout the day.
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